Ookami Shounen wa Kyou mo Uso wo Kasaneru
The boy who cried wolf tells a lie today also
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Ookami Shounen wa Kyou mo Uso wo Kasaneru

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Japanese: 狼少年は今日も嘘を重ねる
English: The boy who cried wolf tells a lie today also
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 34
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 29, 2014 to Dec 8, 2017
Genres: Drama Drama, Romance Romance
Themes: Crossdressing Crossdressing, Love Polygon Love Polygon
Serialization: Famitsu Comic Clear
Authors: namo (Story & Art)


Score: 7.951 (scored by 1388513,885 users)
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Ranked: #7962
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Popularity: #439
Members: 32,320
Favorites: 1,115
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Despite being kind and considerate, Keitarou Itsuki has a menacing look in his eyes that scares away others. When Keitarou attempts to confess to Aoi Tokujira, she flatly rejects him, leading him to believe that his intimidating eyes are to blame. Confiding his worries to his older sister, she gives him a hand by offering a complete makeover. But much to Keitarou's surprise, she turns him into a girl!

Forced to head home in his new appearance, he unexpectedly comes across Aoi being harassed by a group of boys from their school, and rushes to her rescue. Surprisingly, she doesn't recognize him, and reveals a secret that she has held for a long time: she has an intense fear of men. Believing him to be a tomboyish girl, she asks Keitarou in his female guise to assist her in overcoming her fear.

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Dec 13, 2017
Debasky (All reviews)
You are not gay but want to read lesbian shit without getting any weird sensation? here's the manga for you guys!

It is basically a guy who wants to date a girl, but turns out she's manphobic (fear of men). The story is decent to me but the art and characters are really high classes. Btw, this story is not suitable for you who don't like a cross-dressing dude since this thing is a huge plot machine in the story.

Since the story is already finished, imma make a review on this underdog manga.

Story (7): I think it is quite decent, there are not read more
Apr 8, 2019
Zaigham_69 (All reviews)

Ok so to start my review, i'll tell you all that I was not the least bit thrilled to read a manga about a guy crossdressing.
After getting a few chapters into it, my prejudice was completely blown away. Found this to be one of the cutest manga i have read and finished it in one go.

~~Story~~ (9/10)
The story, as i have mentioned previously, came of as too gay to me from just the synopsis. However, I stuck with it since I wanted to reach the screenshot of a panel from it i saw in a meme. Boy was that a good decision. read more
Jan 2, 2018
LeeTailor (All reviews)
(This review includes spoilers.)

Ookami Shounen uses crossdressing and a love triangle as its main gimmicks to tell a straight-forward story about romance and friendship, featuring three middle school students.

Those who expect this manga to subvert any tropes, at least regarding gender and sexuality, will be mostly underwhelmed. There are a few points where it seems like the story could go in an interesting direction, but that never actually happens. The crossdressing is a core plot mechanic, but the manga is content with merely dipping its toes into gender-bending themes (e.g. what does it mean to "be yourself"), never exploring it beyond the bare minimum.

We have read more
Apr 1, 2021
Fablewolfz (All reviews)
TL;DR: It's quite an enjoyable and lighthearted manga, and I definitely recommend it.

I don't normally write reviews and knowing me I'm probably going to accidentally include some light spoilers, so keep that in mind before reading this review.

Honestly, I didn't know what to expect going in. Like, a dude cross dressing to get closer to the girl he likes (who already rejected him) just seemed pretty strange to me. But the characters are actually quite likable to the point where I ended up liking some of the side characters more than I thought I would've, though unfortunately the author didn't really explore the side characters read more

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