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Harukaze no Étranger

Harukaze no Étranger

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Synonyms: Harukaze no Etranger
Japanese: 春風のエトランゼ

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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 25, 2014 to ?
Authors: Kii, Kanna (Story & Art)
Serialization: onBLUE

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Score: 8.421 (scored by 980 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Synopsis

A direct continuation of Umibe no Ètranger that explores Shun's and Mio's family situations.

Background

Harukaze no Étranger has been published in Spanish as Un extraño en primavera by Milky Way Ediciones since July 27, 2017.

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Apr 24, 2017
lokalokaloka (All reviews)
I find it one of the most amazing yaoi mangas I've read, along with 19 days from Old Xian. Because it breaks some cliches heteronormatives stereotypes of yaoi that I long so much for their fall for more humanistic representation of LGBT couples in mangas. I loved the art above all, the atmosfere, it's beautifull, and how it shows the issues the characters struggle like homophobia, sorrow and loss of somebody to death, self aceptance, sexuality, developing a relationship, dealing with normativity pressures, family bonds, work, the person in it's culture and how they negotiate with that... Is so deep, and also so delicate how read more
Jan 7, 2018
Menmai (All reviews)
Harukaze no Étranger is truly what I wish all "yaoi" manga could be. It's so high above any other manga of this genre I've read, it makes you wonder why more authors haven't taken this approach--treating their characters as humans instead of sex objects.

I have stayed as far as possible from the yaoi genre for a variety of reasons; it's horrifyingly homophobic, it's fans are toxic, and in general it's story-lines and art are very weak. It's obvious that yaoi exists to fetishize gay male relationships and nothing else. It's disgusting. It's offensive.
Harukaze no Étranger, along with it's prequel, Umibe no Étranger, don't fit read more
Aug 23, 2017
Trivialmadness (All reviews)
What it means to love someone? What it takes to love yourself?

*A spoiler free review* about both Umibe no Étranger and its sequel Harukaze no Étranger. The story is a direct continuation so it feels fitting to consider them as one.


Story 8

First of all, this is not your average yaoi centering around sex, lust, roles and power. This is a slice-of-life story about two people who fall in love and how they deal with the issues they encounter when their relationship develops. The plot is not complex, it concentrates on main characters’ everyday life and we get to know more about them and their past read more

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