Anime/Manga review (A-M)


.hack//sign [Anime] Recommended. .hack is actually a MMORPG series, and .hack//sign is the first anime spin-off. To truly understand what is going on, one needs to either play the game, or read one of the extensive walk-throughs (probably) available online. (I’ll find one soon.) 8/10.

.hack//tasogare no udewa densetsu (.hack//黄昏の腕輪伝説) [Anime] Average. ‘Sequel’ to the above. Really cute…is the only way to describe it… 6/10.

Abenobashi Mahou Shoutengai (アベノ橋魔法☆商店街) [Anime] Recommended. I admit, when I first tried it, I stopped once the toilet humour started – I absolutely detest toilet humour. However, this series can only be appreciated once you’ve seen a lot – not just in terms of anime/manga, but also in terms of pop culture in general, both Asian and Western IIRC. Nevertheless…only 7.5/10 from me, because of the toilet humour…

Akira (アキラ) [Movie] This is perhaps the most famous anime ever…in the west anyway. Recommended…well…a lot of westerners love this film. It’s good, but there are better ones out there. 8/10

Ai Yori Aoshi (藍より青し) [Anime, Manga] & Ai Yori Aoshi ~Enishi~ (藍より青し ~縁~) [Anime]. Average. Besides the facts that this is not really for girls and that I really really can’t stand one of the seiyuu, the series is okay. The sequel features the development of the characters of the original, and is of a much lighter note. 6/10.

Angel Sanctuary (天使禁猟区) [Manga] Conservative religious believers should keep away, but otherwise…Recommended

    A study of humans (and angels)…sort of… Several issues that Yuki Kaori (由貴香織里) deals with in this manga are very controversial, and will confront the ideologies of many people. Some developments may be difficult to grasp, and the meaning intended is not always clear, possibly because you’re meant to think it through yourself. Not quite as depressing as X, but a lot of the more fascinating characters die.  It’s also interesting to think about who the villain is…8/10 (2005-03-10) As for the anime – don’t bother.

Angelic Layer (機動天使エンジェリックレイヤー) [Manga & Anime] Average. One of the lighter-hearted stories this group has done. Like most other animated CLAMP series (if I’m not wrong), the anime was begun (and completed) before the manga was finished, and so they are quite different.

    I feel that the explanations for certain things are handled better in the anime (and the relationship between Tamoyo and Koutarou seems more plausible than Misaki + Koutarou. The strangest one in the manga was Tamayo + Oujirou though…). Some of the characterisation is also different (esp. Oujirou, and they could have added an explanation as to why he felt that ‘Oujirou’ sounded more important than ‘Ichirou’, though it’s obvious to those used to the references made in manga). What I didn’t really like were the way Misaki’s Mum decided to reveal herself, and the way the last fight ended. It just seems a bit more natural that Athena be still unreachable in her first year in the Layer, even if Hikaru managed to defeat Wizard. If she had lost, I’d have more respect for the anime. Still, I prefer anime over manga in this rare case, but then, this is one of CLAMP’s weakest works. (Discontentment with the fight could be because I ‘m used to Japanese series having non-Hollywood endings.) 6/10 for both.

Anne Freaks (アンネ フリークス) [Manga] Average. At four volumes, this is a pretty short, but…it’s just freaky. 6.5/10

AΠHENTO ΣOMA (アルジェント ソーマ) [Anime] Some people might say that this is another of Eva’s poorer cousins, but I still liked it nonetheless, and it actually turns out to be pretty different. Recommended

    Whilst there are mecha, human and relationship issues are at the core of this series. It seems to be about sevearl people finding the way to interact with the world again, after several events have left them emotionally (as well as physically) scarred. I still wanted to hit Hattie over the head several times at the end though…7/10

Asagiri no Miko (朝霧の巫女) [Anime] Average. Reviewed here. 6/10

Avenger (アヴェンジャー) [Anime] In a world where children have been replace by dolls, a lone avenger seeks retribution on a Mars that is falling apart. Average

    Interesting to a certain extent, as it raises a lot of questions about how humanity was relagated to a trying existence on Mars…but none of these are really answered in the end, it simply became a quasi-character study, situated on a dying red planet. The worst part was, even though it’s only 13 episodes long, it still seems to go on forever and raised more questions than it answered; was Layla really searching for vengence? what was Nei looking for? Some of the fights are worth watching though…and some of the messages conveyed throught said fights are also quite illuminating. 6.5/10

Ayashi no Ceres (妖しのセレス) [Manga & Anime] Another fantasy series from the pen of Watase Yuu (渡瀬渡瀬), AnC deals with the legend of the tennyo who was trapped on earth by a man. This story is concerned mostly with their descendents… Average

    This is story in the same vein as Watase-sensei’s more famous series, Fushigi Yuugi. I barely got through 3 volumes before starting to hate it except for Yuuhi…I could kill sensei for what happens to him in the end…can’t stand any of her major female characters…and surprise surprise – I don’t like Tooya…although Yuuhi’s sister is an interesting character as well. In terms of plot, this is probably her best series, and I was somewhat disappointed with some changes they made in the anime. The changes were probably made because they just don’t have enough time to go into as much depth as the manga. If not for the huge changes made to Shuro (my fav. character), then I might have liked the anime much more than the manga, but they’re pretty even. 6.5/10 (Manga) & 6/10 (Anime).

Azumanga Diaoh (あずまんが大王) [Anime] I’m still ambivalent about this series, and will reserve my judgement until I have seen it again, preferably when I understand a lot more about Japanese culture. That’s the only advice I will give at this point…be sure that you are as knowledgeable as possible in that area before you even attempt to catch a glimpse of the high school life of Sakaki-san, Osaka (Kasuga Ayumu), Chiyo-chan etc.

Black Cat [Manga] A couple of years ago, the legend who was called ‘Black Cat’ disappeared. Now it seems that he
has been found…but what does everyone want with him? Average. Some parts of this story are a bit repetitive and silly, but it’s still enjoyable for the most part. Given the idealistic way the story developed towards the end, I just can’t give it a better review. Still, kudos to the fact that Train isn’t exactly paired with anyone. 6.5/10.

Blame! [Manga] Recommended. Weird…very little text…not the kind of manga I normally read, but it was very interesting. I’m looking forward to seeing what happens in the sequel. (Noise is the ‘prequel’ to this.) 7/10

Blue Heaven [Manga] Average. Rather chaotic. You could say it’s a typical thriller, complete with a couple of psychotic characters, and typical ‘victim’ and ‘hero’ personas too. Well, an ok, time-wasting read I guess. If anyone can find any subtleties, please enlighten me. 5.5/10

Boku ga Utau to Kimi wa Waraukara (僕が唄うと君は笑うから) [Manga] NB: there’s no real information at that link. This is a volume of short stories written by Takaya Natsuki-sensei, the mangaka of Furuba. Average. My favourite is the first, which is also the title of the volume. 6/10 – the rest just aren’t all that interesting.

Binzume Yousei ~Bottle Fairy~ (瓶詰妖精) [Anime] Average. Cute but very silly. Brief comment here. 6/10

Boys Next Door [Shounen Zanzo] (少年残像) [Manga] hm…to put it simply, about a killer and the one person whom he loved. Average. For Kaori Yuki fans mainly, IMHO.

Card Captor Sakura (カードキャプターさくら) [Manga] Recommended. Of all the CLAMP mangas I have read, this is probably the happiest, but it still has the typical CLAMP elements (relationship-wise). A lot more succinct (and controversial) than the anime, but the manga is definitely better. Less fillers for example (though I know someone who likes the anime better). The coloured manga art is also very pretty – it’s CLAMP after all. 7.5/10
NB: Meilin does not appear.

Child’s Toy [Kodomo no Omocha] (こどものおもちゃ) [Manga] Recommended. I just like this series. Sana is insane! Hayama is cool! The plot really takes a serious turn in volume 8! but that only adds to why I like it. 8/10.

Chobits ( ちょびっツ) [Manga] A CLAMP series aimed almost completely at guys, though there are several elements that will interest girls. Recommended. To elaborate, the plot is interesting, if one can get over the fanservice that that permeates both the manga and anime. 7/10
Tip: read this AFTER Angelic Layer, please.

Chrno Crusade (クロノクルセイド) [Anime] is possibly one of those series which you should watch before you read, if you want to enjoy the anime at all. Average… That said, even though I have yet to read the manga (or anything related to the issues it addresses), I still didn’t like the later part of it all that much…

    Rosette Christopher is an exorcist (demon-exterminator is probably a more accurate term) ‘working’ for the Magdelena order, New York branch…her ultimate aim is to find and recover her brother, who was taken away four years earlier. But despite her situation, her most trusted friend, her assistant, Chrno, is himself a demon. Set in the roaring twenties, CC attempts to look at the relationship between Rosette and those around her against a backdrop of religious controversy; sad to say, it fails in both respects to a certain extent. There are a lot of elements which I really like about Chrno Crusade, but the last 6 episodes really screwed this series up…6/10 (2005-05-07)

Clover [Manga] Interconnected stories about ‘people’ who are 1, 2, 3 and 4-leafed clovers. Recommended. Out of chronological order, but it’s happier that way. Even though CLAMP has it listed under the ongoing section, it can stand completed as it is. That isn’t to say I don’t want to see it finished, but I love series like this. 8/10

Da Capo (D.C.~ダ・カーポ~) [Anime] This is another of those anime based on a H-game, from what I’ve heard. It has all the typical characteristics of one (lots of girls surrounding one guy, and all interested in him etc…) but similarly, all the H-material is left in the game. Recommended.I like this more than Kanon…but it is a tad bit long…and of course the ‘incest’ thing will get to a lot of people, even though those two are not actually related by blood. 7/10
and guess what…they’re making a sequel… Whatever for!? (April 2005)

Devil Devil (デビデビ) [Manga] About a devil who falls to earth to find that his nemesis has fallen with him. Basically, it’s about them trying to return to being devil and angel respectively…but lots of other supernatural beings tend to get in their way…Average. Towards the end, the series starts to drag a little, and the ending is a bit like S.cry.ed…in the sense of…what was the point of this again? 6.5/10

D.N.Angel [Anime] Average. This is quite different from the manga…so much that one of my friends commented that the anime was catered a bit more towards a ‘shounen audience’, although one of my male friends is of the opinion that it is definitely shoujo (I concur, but in comparison to the manga, it really does seem like the producers/writers of the anime were trying to engage an adolescent male audience). 6/10

Notes on the manga: Cute, but sometimes the way that the text bubbles are set out gets on my nerves. The coloured art is very nice though…and meeting Krad is…interesting…hadn’t expected it, but then again, I
hadn’t been able to really follow the series up to that point before I found out about him. Might have a different ending from the anime, though realistically (i.e. thinking about how they’d have to deal with Krad), I’m not sure if a really happy ending can be pulled off. I’m a little saddened by the anime ending…but I don’t think it can be helped. The translators should really work on the translation…I think Daisuke calls Riku ‘Riku-san’.

Dramatic Irony [Manga] This is a collection of one-shots, including ‘Houshin Engi: Another Story’. Average. Although I like FujiRyu’s art. 6/10

Epotoransu! Mai (エポトランス!舞) [Manga] Fluff by Watase Yuu yet again. (cf. Imadoki) Average. 5/10. But speaking of computer magic…I wonder if this is where the idea for Ultra Maniac came from, or if these mangaka are simply fascinated with it.

Escaflowne [Tenkuu no Escaflowne] [Manga] This is the shoujo-version Escaflowne manga. I suppose you would say that there’s nothing in it, really…I can’t even work out whether they want us to think it complete or not.

Flame of Recca [Rekka no Honoo] (烈火の炎) [Manga] Recommended

   Like a whole lot of manga, this starts with a lot of fighting (over this one girl)…there is a point to it all…eventually. If it wasn’t necessary I’d actually skip the first few volumes and jump straight into the 2nd half. Oh, and the art in the middle section is better than at the start and the end. Not quite as fascinating as Rurouni Kenshin, and, apart from the spread of survivors, I thought the ending was quite well executed in terms of what happens to the Hokage in general. Much much better than the anime…which reduced the fight between Koganei and one of my fav. characters. 7.5/10
Tip: go and read M.A.R. when you’ve finished.

FLCL (フリクリ) [Anime OVA] Recommended, just for a crazy night of entertainment. Absolutely insane OVA – based on a manga, which I haven’t read. It’s funny, but it’s Gainax’s kind of humour, which doesn’t always agree with me. Still, it’s definitely an interesting, if weird series. 7/10

Fruits Basket (フルーツバスケット) [Anime] Average. In comparison to the manga, the ending really really sucks. The comedy in the rest of the series is mostly preserved, and it is fun to see some of the characters animated (Aya is one who cannot be missed), but the changes make this a miss for me. 5.5/10 – add 1 if you haven’t read the manga.

Full Metal Panic! (フルメタル パニック!) [Anime] Recommended as a pretty interesting mecha anime, with an protagonist with a ‘social problem’, a girl who’ll beat social norms into him, and a team of soldiers whose behaviour is not really surprising given that they’re cooped up in a submarine most of the time. Yup, and throw in a confusing plot too, which is getting a sequel (thank goodness!). 7.5/10

Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (フルメタル・パニック?ふもっふ) [Anime] The side stories in the novel that didn’t quite make it into the series (yes, FMP was a series of novels first, and still is, if I’m not mistaken). Recommended. Absolutely hilarious, especially if you can catch all the injokes. I’d give it a higher score…except that I do like an anime with a plot…8/10

Full Moon o Sagashite (満月をさがして) [Anime] Average. This series is way too long – it drags in a lot of places. Still, the music is enjoyable for the most part (or at the very least, not excruciating) and that is probably what enjoyment of this series rests upon. 5.5/10

Full Moon o Sagashite (満月をさがして) [Manga] Recommended

   Anime and manga are quite different – after all, the anime was conceived after only 4 chapters had been released. The introduction of certain ideas and events means that the manga will have to take a different path to the eventual result, which I believe will be the same as the anime. Then again, I might just be proven wrong, however unlikely. Perhaps it’s sad…but I’m predisposed against Takuto…and I’m one of the rare few it seems. (I’m getting annoyed with Mitsuki as well…) I have a complaint about the scanlators. It’s great that they put an effort into doing quality scanlations, but it would be nice if their editor could at least read furigana.
Chapter 29 – it’s really sweet when you find out what happened to Eichi-kun after he disappeared…The manga end is more interesting than the anime ending, and makes more sense.7/10

Fullmetal Alchemist [Hagane no Renkinjutsushi] (鋼の錬金術師) Recommended. 8.5/10

Gensoumaden Saiyuki (幻想魔伝 最遊記) [Manga] Recommended. Aka “Journey to the West”. Influenced by the Chinese novel I guess you could say…though I’m not too sure. 7/10 (I think I’ll be rating this again after I’ve finished the sequels).

Ghost in the Shell [Kokaku Kidoutai] (攻殻機動隊) [Movie] Recommended. A bit on the violent side, but just give it a try. 8/10

Ghost in the Shell – Stand Alone Complex (攻殻機動隊 STAND ALONE COMPLEX) [Anime] A spin-off of the movie is probably the best way to describe. The context and characters are basically the same, but the universes are different. Average

   Mind-bending. I loved it (except for the Tachikomas at times, even though what they did in the end was admirable). Still don’t quite understand some if it though…methinks it’s time to read “The Catcher in the Rye”. 8/10

Grave of the Fireflies (火垂るの墓) [Movie] Don’t like sad stories? Steer right clear of this one…it takes a look at the experiences of a brother and his little sister living in the turmoil that is Japan towards the end of the second world war. Masterpiece

    The Miyazaki feature which I have the highest opinion of; it’s brilliant, yet so depressing that most people don’t ever want to watch it again. The fact that all we’re observing is two siblings trying to live amongst all that confusion, yet with no one laying blame on any particular side is painfully devastating as we wonder how it came to this. Yet the characters just accept what’s happening and try to get on with life – Seita wants to give his sister as normal a childhood as possible, and it’s difficult to watch as we know what must surely happen. Hotaru no Haka is probably as close to a masterpiece as any anime will be for me…9.5/10

Gravel Kingdom [Sareki Oukoku] (砂礫王国) [Manga] Average. Not one of Yuki Kaori’s most interesting works…but I guess you could say that the usual plot twist is there…sort of…6/10

Gungrave (ガングレイヴ) [Anime] Based on a computer game, if I’m not mistaken, this is a story about love and friendship (involving gunfights, if you must). Recommended

   I really enjoyed the first half of the series, and was even thinking of giving it a ‘Masterpiece’ rating at that stage. Then we ran into the little problem called the second half, when all the flashbacks were finished. Gungrave just seems to descend into someone completely inexplicaable, cliched and grotesque, what will all the insane ‘scientific modifications’ that the characters have had done to them. It really would have gotten a better review from me if the second half had managed to sustain the intensity of the first. But admirably, the writers managed to convey their message despite the idiotic developments. 7/10

Gunparade March ~Aratanaru Kougunka~ (ガンパレード・マーチ~新たなる行軍歌~ ) [Anime] Average. This is a series that really didn’t know where it was going…one minute mecha…one minute drama…one minute romance, which is what it ends up as. First based on a game rather than a manga I think (but I’ll have to verify that). 6.5/10

Gunslinger Girl (ガンスリンガー・ガール) [Anime] Recommended. 7.5/10.

Haibane Renmei (灰羽連盟) [Anime] Recommended. 7.5/10.

Hanakanmuri no Hime () [Manga] Average. A one-volume collection of three short stories by Takada Tami, all involving the same person – Seimei – this is actually the second volume of short stories. Hopefully there will be a third volume, because he’s an interesting character (not to mention…pretty)…6.5/10.

Hanamaru Go! Go! () Average. 6/10.

Hanazakari no Kimitachi E (花ざかりの君たちへ) Recommended. For girls…definitely. One of my favourites…although it’s quite long…can sometimes seem like it’s dragging…and by all accounts, the ending sucks…7/10.

Hellsing (ヘルシング) [Anime] Recommended. Great series (my brother likes it, and considering how much against anime he is, that says a lot)…even though it was not complete. Really leaves you hungry for more. 7/10. (There’s now an OVA, which I have yet to see.)

Hikaru no Go (ヒカルの碁) [Manga] Recommended. Let’s just say I started reading this because I had played Go before…the the story soon had me reeled in completely because it was just so much fun! and then it ended really abruptly…everyone’s still complaining. I really like the manga…though it should really have ended at volume 17 – and would have gotten an 8.5 from me if it had…that’s how much of a difference it would have made. 7/10

Hikaru no Go (ヒカルの碁) [Anime] Average. The anime follows the manga just about frame for frame (where applicable), and so can be substituted. The art in the anime is also more consistent. Really, it follows the manga so exactly that it should be getting the same score…but Go doesn’t translate all that well to such a long anime, and it doesn’t really end (whereas the manga actually did). Still getting a higher score than it probably should, just because I like the series. 6.5/10.

Himiko Den () [Manga] Average. At just one volume, his seems incomplete. It had potential…but…5/10.

Hot Milk () [Manga] Average.

Houshin Engi (封神演義) [Manga] Based on a Japanese novel that was based on a Chinese novel, translated in English sometimes as “Creation of the Gods”…sort of sci-fi/comedy/drama/action-adventure… Recommended

    This series can be depressing but mostly humourous and thought-provoking. Has a few weak volumes, but once the action starts, if you don’t mind your favourites dying, it’s very good. Fujisaki Ryu (藤崎竜) has a warped sense of ‘history’, and some people would call this sacrilegious, especially if you take your Chinese mythology seriously. I haven’t read the novel itself, nor a translation, but I have read about the changes…doesn’t bother me much, since fiction is fiction, whether it’s based on another text or not. Besides, what’s there not to like about Taikoubou and/or Roushi? 8.5/10
    On another note, I would have liked to have had my jaw drop a few times…but I kinda spoilt this for myself by reading up on it because the person translating it about 5 years ago just stopped. It was finished last month by the group that picked it up a couple of years back… Also, there’s an anime, but I’m not recommending it. (2005-05-07)

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs (あぃまぃみぃ!ストロベリー・エッグ) [Anime] Average. Excrutiating…probably both for girls and guys, unless you really really like guys crossdressing and looking completely like girls. The earnestness of the main character in certain situations may backfire, but it does give him a bit of character. Not for everyone, but it was okay. 6/10.

Imadoki (イマドキ) [Manga] Average. Fluff by the author of Fushigi Yuugi…nuff said. 5.5/10.

Ion (イ・オ・ン) [Manga] Average. 5.5/10.

Jungle wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu (ジャングルはいつもハレのちグゥ) [Anime] Average. To put it simply, I’m not a fan of this kind of humour, so I’m just not willing to recommend it. 6.5/10 – add however much you want depending on whether you like the humour or not.

Jungle wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu Deluxe (ジャングルはいつもハレのちグゥ デラックス) [Anime OVA] Average. See above. 6.5/10. There is also a 3rd series (OVA).

Kaine () [Manga] Average. This forms a part of a collection of shorts by Yuki Kaori. This one is strange…5.5/10.

Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne (神風怪盗ジャンヌ) [Manga] Average. I just like Access. 6/10. And the anime is meant to be crap, btw.

Kanon (カノン) [Anime] Average. This isn’t a bad series…not really, but I don’t find it as good as a lot of others seem to do. Maybe I just didn’t get much out of Ayu-chan’s story…I found Makoto’s story and end more interesting. Frankly…Ayu annoyed me…I wonder if it was because I knew her seiyuu was the same as Tohru (Furuba – Horie Yui), so I didn’t really care for the characters as I should have. And the art was irritating, to top it all off – I can’t stand large eyes. 6.5/10 – add 1 if you like the genre.

Kiddy Grade (キディ・グレイド) [Anime] Recommended. Turned out to be better than I expected after the initial 10 episodes (and from the title). The ending might be considered a bit ambigious, and the art can definitely be read as shounen bordering on ecchi…which wouldn’t bode well with a female audience. 7/10.

Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED (機動戦士ガンダムSEED <シード>) [Anime] Recommended. In terms of non-Gundam fans, this is likely to be the most palatable…even if one cannot stand guys crying… This series – more specifically, episode 46 I think it was – is the reason I can’t stand a particular seiyuu…if I can recognise his voice, which is quite often. If it’s not so easy to recognise his voice, then I don’t have a problem…unfortunately, he has been in lots of series in the last few seasons.

   Silly rants aside, there is a lot more to GS though, especially when you actually take a look at the issues that are often covered in Gundam universes…but I don’t intend to become a huge Gundam fan. 7/10.

Kidou Senshi Gundam SEED Destiny (機動戦士ガンダムSEED DESTINY <シード・デスティニー>) [Anime]. Recommended. Just to finish off the SEED series, one probably needs to watch this. In terms of execution, it’s not as well-paced as the first series, and contains far too much reused animation, but it’s message is much much more important. I wrote a long mid-series rant, and here’s my (almost) final comment on the series. As you can probably tell, interest kinda fizzled out towards the end, although I have (and still do) posted about it elsewhere. However, I might have a bit more to say in a couple of months. 7/10. (2005-10-29)

Kimi ga Nozumu Eien (君が望む永遠) [Anime] Recommended. Another series that’s based on a game. The ending makes sense – I have no idea what the game endings are like. Quite depressing really, but it is quite effective in showing what could happen if a tragedy hits a close group of friends. Would rather not watch it again though. 7/10.

Kimishika Iranai () [Manga] Average. 6/10.

Knighting Knight () [Manga] Average.

Last Exile (ラストエグザイル) [Anime] Recommended. Worth watching again. Would get a better score if not for a dodgy episode in the middle. 8.5/10.

Level E (レベルE) [Manga] Recommended. This is a really really funny series. Highly recommended, especially if you like sadistic characters. 8.5/10.

Macross Zero ( マクロスゼロ) [Anime OVA] Recommended. 8/10.

Magic Knights Rayearth (魔法騎士[マジックナイト]レイアース) [Manga] Average. 6/10.

Mahoromatic (まほろまてぃっく) and Mahoromatic ~Motto Utsukushii Mono~ (まほろまてぃっく~もっと 美しいもの) [Anime] Recommended. The anime ending is just…strange…it can be interpreted in so many ways… but it’s probably best to let everyone nut it out by themselves. Warning…bordering on ecchi. 7/10.

Marmalade Boy (ママレード・ボーイ) [Manga] Recommended. This is praised as one of the most definitive shoujo manga out there. It’s definitely not for guys, and thankfully isn’t quite long enough to descend into mediocrity. 7/10.

Mint na Bokura (ミントな僕ら) [Manga] Average. 6/10.

Miyuki-chan in Wonderland (不思議の国の美幸ちゃん) [Manga] Average.

Mizu no Yakata (水の館) [Manga] Average. 5.5/10.

My Boy x My Love [Manga] Average. 6/10.

About karice
MAG fan, freelance translator and political scientist-in-training. I also love musicals, travel and figure skating!

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