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Blue Sky Complex

Blue Sky Complex

Alternative Titles

Japanese: ブルースカイコンプレックス

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Sep 25, 2013 to ?
Authors: Ichikawa, Kei (Story & Art)
Serialization: Cab

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Score: 8.241 (scored by 3873 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #944
Members: 9,714
Favorites: 215

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Jan 6, 2015
Bluesander (All reviews)
Sometimes love hits you right away, but you're too shy to confess.
Sometimes love grows on you gradually until you finally realize your feelings.

Blue Sky Complex is a perfect emulsion of these two types of love.

The characters were easy to relate to and their relationship developed at a pace that was both realistic and enjoyable. As an avid reader of yaoi, it has been a while since I've read a storyline as genuine and beautiful as the one in Blue Sky Complex.

The main protagonist, Nagasaki, is atypical, exhibiting a soft, cool impression that balances his counterpart, Tersashima whom is tense, impulsive, and full of read more
Aug 22, 2016
SkyC_12 (All reviews)
This series needs more love. It seems like a cliché "honor student likes delinquent" story but it's so much more than that.

Story: What I really liked was how their relationship slowly built up, from strangers who have to sit at the library fron desk for a few weeks, to friends, to lovers. It's extremely realistic and adorable.
Sometimes the pacing was a bit tough to follow but what's no to love with a relationship between two boys, polar opposites, yet they both like reading?

Characters: the absolute selling point, they are funny, realistic, relatable... The two mains really shine, as they show the complexities of young read more
Mar 21, 2018
Higemoon13 (All reviews)
Straight-laced honour student meets tough delinquent. This clique has been used a multitude of times. Yet the way that Kei Ichikawa writes the story of Blue Sky Complex changes the feel of the clique and makes for an innocent story about love and acceptance of yourself. The two main characters both fall in love in different parts of the story and under different circumstances. Terashima fell in love with Narasaki at first sight, while Narasaki, after spending more time with Terashima, finds himself drawn to him, and eventually this attraction turns to love. It’s a story of two strangers becoming lovers, and due to its read more