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Ore ga Doutei wo Sutetara Shinu Ken ni Tsuite

Ore ga Doutei wo Sutetara Shinu Ken ni Tsuite

Alternative Titles

English: About if I Die of Discarded Virgin
Synonyms: About How I Die if I Lose My Virginity
Japanese: 俺が童貞を捨てたら死ぬ件について

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 22
Status: Finished
Published: May 2, 2012 to Apr 9, 2014
Authors: Morita, Mario (Story), Wakabayashi, Yuusuke (Art)
Serialization: Comic Meteor

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Ranked: #29232
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Popularity: #686
Members: 11,525
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Synopsis

Ichijou Kazuya thought that he was murdered, but when he came to, he was back in his high school days. He lived his entire life as a playboy and had had countless sexual encounters with women until that fateful day that he was killed. He realizes that his murderer was his old high school friend Tanaka Masaki who was jealous of Kazuya’s relationships and his built up anger eventually exploded.

Taken back 15 years into his past, it seems that he has been given a second chance at life and given a chance to make different choices. He decides that the way to prevent his eventual demise is to make sure Masaki is more successful with girls and loses his virginity before Kazuya. But fate seems to be steering Kazuya towards the path of his previous life and keeps introducing the same girls he had sexual encounters with.

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Characters

Hiroko
Supporting
Yasuhiko
Supporting
Ninocchi
Supporting
Nanase
Supporting
Mitsuru
Supporting


More reviewsReviews

Nov 23, 2014
akemoto (All reviews)
This is a time loop manga. The protagonist (Ichijou) is given a second chance to go back to high school to evade the wrath of his best friend, who strangles him to death in adulthood. Reason for murder? Well, Ichijou is quite the womanizer while the best friend is still a virgin. So what must the he do to escape murder? To not lose his virginity, of course! This setting seems really stupid at first. However, as the story progresses, you will feel that there is something more, something deeper to the meaning behind why the protagonist was given a second chance. And you will read more
Jan 18, 2016
NigmaShady (All reviews)
Now before you start reading, when I decided to read this. I thought it would be another shitty harem wherein he it's easy for the mc but it was not. It was actually a thrill seeking experience with twists, turns, decisions and suspense. The art was ok but for a manga we focus on the story and characters.

The story is filled with mystery regarding the death of the protagonist, and now he goes into a time slip to save himself from the future of his best friend killing him and possibly change it. The last part kept me on the edge of my seat and read more
Dec 30, 2017
Inukanura (All reviews)
this is a science fiction manga, but it still making us think that wishing this kind of thing can happen to us, change our past because we're messed up now.

when we look very closely, in a first place, Ichijou was a selfish person. he's afraid about all the things he had done in the future because he'll get killed. and his priority is just to do things in a right way in order to not get killed.

but along the way, he know that, if not for the power that bring him to his past, he would've never feel all of this experience he never had read more
Aug 18, 2012
harrysoung (All reviews)
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Donnie Darko. Twelve Monkeys. Butterfly Effect. These movies all had a few things in common: time travel to the past in order to correct something in the future. For Donnie Darko, it was Donnie who always found himself in the past trying escape from the endless loop he was trapped in. For Twelve Monkeys, a convict was sent back in time to suppress an epidemic that would kill 99% of the human population in 2035. For Butterfly effect, it was for Ashton Kutcher to go back in time to fix his childhood so that he had a happier future.

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