I loved how it was very cliche in all forms but this was overcome in some form or another. The very unique flow of the story, the shoujo feels, and the very much creative presentation and twists included were superb.
I am not very particular in art, myself, but well seeing that the characters were drawn appropriately and matching their overall aura, so and so. The emotions and scenes were well portrayed (in my standards maybe).
An otaku and a salaryman. I don't know but it already sounded exciting to me, next to knowing the BLCD cast. And the addition of Akiba Satoru in
the story (which I didn't expect, adding his roles and what he has done there) was very much welcome. Akiba Ayumu wasn't overly doing things (but him being a 30-year-old youthful looking person is something I've seen somewhere already). Hasegawa Yuuki was very normal I guess, except his profound backstory is a good chance to deepen his character (or am I making sense here?)
The hardcore fudanshi in me has totally loved it. There are the fluffy scenes and the smutty scenes and Satoru's presence was definitely something that spiced up the story. Great!
I liked it very much. The story has made me smile/laugh at the comedy and at the same time get the romantic feels that the two created. I just pretty much wished they had more 'interaction' (both wholesome and smutty) after the end of the story.