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Junjou Romantica

Junjou Romantica

Comedy Drama Romance

The series Junjou Romantica series actually consists of three main stories, which are loosely interconnected, with different couples as the main characters. Junjou Romantica Misaki, struggling to pass his college entrance exams, is in need of a tutor to help pump up his failing grades. Unfortunately, his only option is the cool and sexy Akihiko Usami. Usami happens to be a famous boys' love novelist, which doesn't exactly float Misaki's boat, especially since his main characters are "Akihiko" and "Takahiro," the name of Misaki's older brother and Usami's childhood friend. Understandably, Misaki is pretty disgusted by the thought of someone using his older brother as his personal fantasy-material, but then after some tender loving from Usami, Misaki is also pretty confused. He may even be developing feelings for the older man...And when Takahiro introduces them to his lovely (female) fiancée, so begins the bumpy relationship of this odd couple, filled with comedy and pure romance. (Source: BLU manga) Junjou Egoist Kamijou Hiroki is a broken man, consumed by unrequited love for his childhood friend, Usami Akihiko (the writer character in Junjou Romantica). Along comes Kusama Nowaki, whose name "Nowaki" means "typhoon," an orphan working his way through life since middle school. Like the typhoon he is named for, he whirls into Hiroki's life and heart, blowing all resistance away before him. Junjou Terrorist As fate would have it, Professor Miyagi Yoh (whom Hiroki is working with as assistant professor), and Takatsuki Shinobu, a high school student, cross paths. Miyagi, when in high school, loved (and still cannot forget) a female teacher who had a terminal illness, is now faced with Shinobu, who just says whatever is on his mind. The wheel of destiny is beginning to turn once again... (Source: MU)

Chin-Man

Chin-Man

Drama Psychological

A collection of one-shot stories filled with intensity. - The first story follows Sae, a young woman with a mysterious disease that causes extreme nosebleeds and some kind of internal convulsions when she's over stimulated. ....Ahem. When's she's kissed deeply by a worried female friend, she realizes that her illness might not be so bad, after all. - Nanako listens to her grandmother's story of how she and her grandfather lived through hard times and were parted during the war, but doesn't really understand her grandmother's feelings until she herself finds love. - "Sonny" is a boxer, whose son does not respect him, until he sees him give his all in the ring. - Noboru is a 19-year old slacker who decides that he wants to become a tattoo artist. He apprentices himself to a woman who really runs him through the traditional method of apprenticing—he cleans constantly, endures physical and emotional abuse until he proves himself worthy of taking ink and needle to the skin of his master. - A local boy and girl have a very contentious relationship that ends with the boy becoming a hero eternally as a Kamikaze pilot. - "Lady Stanch" is a look at life among the bosozoku and the relationships that develop between friends, enemies and lovers in that world. - A young man faces the harsh real life of someone he admired when he was younger in "Cheerio." - And the final story is a hyper-intensive look at an artist's tools. I mean that literally. This is a manga about the pens, pencils and brushes and one woman's over-the-top relationship with her writing utensils. (Source: Okazu)

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