I Can't Take it Anymore!
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Synonyms: Yatteraneeze!, I Can't Take it Anymore!, Yatteranneeze, Yateraneeze, I Can't Take It Anymore
Japanese: やってらんねェぜ!
English: I Can't Take it Anymore!
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 22
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 1995 to Apr 2000
Genres: Boys Love Boys Love, Drama Drama, Romance Romance, Erotica Erotica
Theme: School School
Serialization: None
Authors: Koide, Mieko (Story & Art), Akizuki, Koh (Story)


Score: 7.681 (scored by 14621,462 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #6466
Members: 3,058
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MangaKoide, Mieko (Story & Art), Akizuki, Koh (Story)
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Fujimoto Hiroya is at the top of his class. He's the Student Council Vice-President, spends all his time studying and is the idol of all the "good girls". But the truth is, he'd trade it all just for the chance to be someone else... someone popular, outgoing and carefree... Someone like Masaki.

Masaki's what Fujimoto's friends would call an "idiot". He'd rather play soccer than study, almost never cracks a book, and is popular with all the "normal" kids. He's got flashy clothes, bleached hair and a reputation just a lousy as Fujimoto's is good.

In the summer of Fujimoto's freshman year of high school, he resolves to change his image and his life... all to make friends with Masaki. But can dyed hair, new clothes and a piercing really change a person inside?

Classic BL by the "dream-team" of novelist Koh Akizuki and mangaka Meiko Koide.

Please note that this title deals very frankly with some rather "heavy" issues including, but not limited to homophobia, gay bashing, coming out, HIV/AIDS, promiscuous sex, rape, and suicide.
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Apr 2, 2008
It’s not rare for me to express my disdain for the yaoi genre as a whole. Rather, I often wonder why I call it a genre I enjoy. I love the concept, but the execution tends to be absolutely horrible. Have you ever read a yaoi manga in which a tall, dark, and angsty bishounen commits borderline sexual abuse against a short, blond, angsty bishounen before they have a teary-eyed love confession? I know I have, about twenty times. In fact, sometimes I wonder if maybe I should stop reading yaoi altogether, to save myself from this barrage of weak titles. Luckily, there are enough ...
Feb 8, 2009
When it comes to yaoi, there's honestly not many series that can come close to Yatteranneeze.

The story may seem cliche to many people. In fact, I know I've seen the same basic idea in a few shoujo mangas. Hiroya is a good kid on the student council who consistantly gets good grades and never does anything you would even consider calling rebellious. Misaki is smart enough when he applies himself, but he never does as he's too busy being the opposite of Hiroya, as rebellious as is possible for him to be. And naturally they're the main characters and the couple focused on in ...
Nov 18, 2010
Often times when reading manga you might find yourself struggling to finish even just one chapter before losing hope, skimming the pages as you skip through lines of dialogue only to find yourself dissatisfied three minutes later. Truthfully, this is the case with most shounen-ai manga. You may stop once or twice to gawk at a seductive scene or chuckle at an awkward situation, but the majority of the time the story is coincidental and uninteresting or the characters are nothing more than objects of affection.

This is not the case whatsoever with Yatteraneeze. Written by the talented Meiko Koide and, lesser known, Koh Akizuki, the ...

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