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Bokutachi ga Yarimashita

Bokutachi ga Yarimashita

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: We Did It
Japanese: 僕たちがやりました

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 9
Chapters: 87
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 6, 2015 to Jan 23, 2017
Genres: Drama, Seinen
Authors: Kaneshiro, Muneyuki (Story), Araki, Hikaru (Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.731 (scored by 957 users)
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Ranked: #20812
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3699
Members: 2,801
Favorites: 69

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Preliminary
Oct 18, 2018
doritosforlunch (All reviews)
This manga is something different compared to what I've read before. It has an intriguing and unique story that sets the tone for a roller coaster of events and emotions. This manga's story is so dark that it becomes almost lighthearted. It uses its dark elements to create irony and some incredibly dark humor. This manga has a level of realism that many manga wish to obtain. It's intense and keeps you on your seats to what will happen next and makes you feel angst, dread, uneasy, and uncomfortable. The story's realism is used as many events happen unexpectedly and leaves the audience fearing for read more
Feb 16, 2019
xyenne (All reviews)
I've been a fan of Kaneshiro Muneyuki for some time now and Bokutachi no Yarimashita is no exception. Dark and ponderous, it follows four high school boys after they carelessly commit a crime that goes on to torment them for the rest of their lives. It's certainly not your typical manga. The characters are all incredibly flawed and the events and message are uniquely grim. However, like Kaneshiro's other works, it shines in how it forces the reader to rethink the meaning of life and the world around them.

The story begins with Tobio, an ordinary high school boy who spends his time with three other read more
Oct 5, 2018
XieShu (All reviews)
Preliminary
This is not your typical manga where four friends hanging around the class this is genuinenly a manga with really interesting story

four friends commit a crime
crime that is labeled as terrorisim
The worst crime that can be done by human
and it was an accident
four friends commit a crime
using the stupidest way possible

how they go through this wrecked train of desire that contains Lust Greed Satisfaction Happiness Guilt Embarassment Freedom Carnage Despair Revenge Love


and they get out in the last station called Acceptance

The way of each charachters handling the situation is unique and interesting to follow
Aug 11, 2018
An0nim (All reviews)
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This one is a good example where the manga is ruined by said "comedy".

Boku-tachi ga Yarimashita is one of the strangest manga I come across. It’s so unique, but I don’t mean it in positive or negative way. To be honest, I don’t know why I keep reading this manga considering it has a long chapter and it also doesn’t even have anything redeeming except for its not-so-common theme that executed quite well and few adult hot scenes.

Despite it’s supposed to be a comedy manga, I don’t find this manga funny at all. The author’s attempt to create comedy is only by making his read more
Sep 7, 2019
operationbeans (All reviews)
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Bokutachi Ga Yarimashita, more than anything, is a coming-of-age story about coming to terms with the decisions you make. It forces the audience to confront some disturbing themes with it's almost grotesque artstyle and out of place humor. The exaggerated faces present give a constant sense of unease even in the more lighthearted moments sprinkled throughout.

The characters in this manga are some of the most relatable and human characters I've ever come across in any fictional work ever. They start out as dumb highschool (or ex-highschool) kids who, after a series of unlucky events find their lives spiralling out of control and becoming complete chaos. read more