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Nov 26, 2020
One of the best thriller/horror manhwa I've read.

Koogi masterfully handles suspense in Killing Stalking, as well as the ever evolving relationship between the two main characters. At the centre of Killing Stalking is a relationship between two very sick individuals whose fates are inexplicably intertwined.

It is not a story about how love heals everything, it's a story about how trauma can shape people for the rest of their life. It never tries to justify why things are happening. Yes, people have sad pasts. It's their choice however, how they choose to react to that. Sangwoo's trauma turned him into someone who kills to cope with read more
Feb 22, 2020
“Genderless” refers to a Japanese street fashion style where men dress cute and in ways that could be defined as feminine. This manga isn’t here to make a statement about gender identity. The main character very much identifies as the gender he was assigned with at birth.

Now that’s out of the way, this is a cute slice of life story about Meguru, a man interested in fashion, and Wako, his girlfriend who works in publishing and who is his biggest fan and supports her boyfriend in every way.

They have a lovely relationship where Meguru acts as a househusband and is extremely loyal and caring read more
Apr 1, 2018
Battle Royal with some shoujo-ai thrown in the middle. What could go wrong?


The series introduces some interesting concepts in terms of assassination, scenarios, backstories and characters. All of which fall flat. The characters are badly explored as well as the relationship between our two protagonists. Each episode is about one of the enemies our duo have to battle. These characters have backstories and motives which are rushed through and that's it, they get defeated and we move onto the next one.

All could've been (maybe) forgiven if the ending hadn't been like that. If I can give you one warning is: Stay away. read more
Apr 1, 2018
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I'm always excited by the idea of a new shoujo-ai series coming out, simply because there aren't many and within those few that exist, there aren't many good ones. So I allowed myself to get excited, only to have my expectations drop lower and lower with every episode.

Story & Characters:

warning: If you're looking for a legit gay story, this isn't gonna cut it for you. Although the material is there, after all, Yuzu does struggle with her feelings and identity, that's all there is to it.

This is the typical pseudo-incest love story, which I have no issue with at all. The protagonist Yuzu is read more
Dec 24, 2017
-Disclaimer- shota is not in my category of fetishes. I started watching it because I was curious as to how 'horror' and 'hentai' would work together.

As I saw that the sexual object of this series way too young for my tastes (lol) I wanted to turn it off more than anything, but I'm a sucker for horror (and tall women) and this legit left me tense. There is one jumpscare near the end that made the whole episode worth it for me.

Yes, what I'm saying is that this is totally worth for the story. I went looking for the manga afterwards and it read more