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Kurayami ni Strobe

Kurayami ni Strobe

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: A Strobe in the Darkness
Japanese: くらやみにストロボ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 22, 2011 to Aug 26, 2013
Authors: Hayakawa, Nojiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Cab

Statistics

Score: 7.831 (scored by 2447 users)
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Ranked: #14402
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Popularity: #1386
Members: 4,610
Favorites: 65
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Chapters: /7

Synopsis

Arata who is in love with his childhood friend Miyamoto, always eavesdrops on the confessions his friend receives from girls but Miyamoto constantly rejects the confessions saying he already has someone he likes. One day Miyamoto catches Arata eavesdropping and asks, "Want to know who?"

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Miyamoto, Shoutarou
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goldfemur
Jan 23, 2014
I'm always in love with Nojiko's art and waiting for something new. And finally, a new completed one is out. "Kurayami ni Strobe"

To be honest when acmedan first posted this, i thought it would be just oneshot because they said so. But after i read it, i thought it wasn't finished yet and then, the 2nd chapter was out.

Kurayami ni Strobe tells you about Arata and Shoutarou. Arata loves to take pictures of boys in his highschool and get the benefit by selling them to the girls. Since junior highschool his "lens" always landed on Shoutarou but he just stayed in the closet until read more
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RoyalYaoiBlog
Dec 28, 2014
I fell in love with this Bl. The plot, the art and the characters are absolutely cute.
The story seems to be a cliché because of the childhood friend theme but it's a cliché well done. I was impressed by how it was realistic not like some BL which the subject of homosexuality is not developped.
I love the fact that Arata hides his feelings for Shoutaro because of the fear of what other people might think.He's not only protecting himself but also protecting Shoutaro.
I think the art is the main factor for the cuteness of the story, especially the faces: you can tell just read more
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