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Calling Series

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Synonyms: Night Call, Stray Sheep, Ougon no Ame, Golden Rain, Blue Me, Everything, Nowhere, Pandora, Kimi no Na wa, Call My Name, Soar, Eden, Replay, Sly, Rain, Sorrow, Lost, Closer
Japanese: コーリング シリーズ


Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 17
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 10, 2006 to Oct 11, 2011
Genres: Boys Love Boys Love, Drama Drama, Romance Romance, Erotica Erotica
Theme: Detective Detective
Serialization: Reijin
Authors: Miyamoto, Kano (Story & Art)

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Score: 7.451 (scored by 929929 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #7664
Members: 1,948
Favorites: 9

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Synopsis

Volume 1: Calling
1-2. Calling
3. Night Call
4-5. Ougon no Ame

Volume 2: Nowhere
1. Stray Sheep
2. Blue Me
3. Everything
4. Nowhere
5. Pandora
6. Soar

Volume 3: Eden
1. Replay
2. Sly
3. Rain
4. Sorrow
5. Lost
6. Eden

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Oct 2, 2014
Mixed Feelings
I just finished reading this manga and I really don't know what to say about it. The first few chapters were really good, but then as I read further I ended up hating Shiki (one of the characters).

The anti-terrorism plot theme is ok, at some point it's unique (since most mangas I've read are into yakuza or gangs or mobs)
I think the chapters in between is just a let down, the story is boring and I see nothing but f*ck buddies and just getting laid.

One of the characters doesn't have a direction in life, while the other has but doesn't want to pursue it

Well, if ...
Jul 16, 2012
Two things I've come across in yaoi/shoujo mangas so far: first, every Japanese men are potentially gay, never REALLY angry at a surprise buttsex; and second, most of them think that stalking is a sign of undying love.

Apart from this truly cynical thought, I enjoyed Calling. It's structure reminded me of Sekaiichi Hatsukoi: we come across several stories of three pairs whose lives occasionally clash. It also means that there is no conclusion to any of these, so the overall enjoyment may be flawed.

The story's value lies in its novelty - I mean, it was my first time reading a (yaoi!) manga revolving around terrorist ...

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Calling, Chapters 4 and 5?
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