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おたく 05/08/2020 (Fri) 04:04:43 No. 1402
Anybody know any good cutesy Yaoi manga/anime? I've watched the stock standard Doukyuusei and Yuri on Ice, but apart from that, I don't know of anything good. Also, general SFW Yaoi thread.
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>>1402 I just read Ganbare! Nakamura-kun!! I enjoyed the 80s aesthetic
>>1404 I'll take a look at this as soon as I can, for sure!
>>1402 Look up shounen ai. Personally, I really like this one manga called "How to Make a 'Girl' Fall in Love" (https://mangadex.org/title/31395/how-to-make-a-girl-fall-in-love), but the chapters are a little scant and it essentially functions as a straight romcom. If that suggestions disappoints you a bit, then I suggest Given (ギヴン); both the anime and manga.
>>1404 Just completed this and chapter 1 of the Motto Ganbare Any other manga like this? Especially in a similar art-style?
>>1402 >Anybody know any good cutesy Yaoi manga/anime? I never watched it but I remember No. 6 being very popular when it came out. Judging by some reviews though, the story is not very well executed. The main characters only ever kiss twice; I'm supposing that's what you meant by cutesy. The first yaoi anime (iirc) is Kaze to Ki no Uta (1 OVA) which came out in the 80s. I don't know how softcore it is though, I never watched it either, but the style looks very nice. It's adapted from a manga. Another anime that's very softcore (only 1 kiss) is the DRAMAtical Murder adaptation. I did watch the anime but I never read the VN (which, being a Nitro+CHiRAL title, has quite harcore stuff in it). According to people who did, the anime is a step-up from the source material in terms of plot execution. I really liked it, nice aesthetics, absolutely awesome soundtrack, hilarious rushed 3rd episode that made the studio apologize and re-release a fixed version. Apparently there's a bonus episode which is a compilation of the bad endings in anime form, but I've just found out about that so I can't give an opinion. Likewise, there's a Togainu no Chi series but it's the opposite of DMMD (according to those who read the VN), it's apparently so bad that fans deny its existence. I prefer to use the term BL in general, and Yaoi sometimes. "Shonen ai" has a different meaning in Japan (romance between underage boys) and in the West (any form of yaoi that doesn't have sex), so I don't tend to use that term. Because of this, I get confused sometimes. I'd recommend some yaoi that's more explicit than what I've already talked about, but I don't know if anyone's interested.
>>1636 I watched No. 6 and it was pretty damn good. It's essentially the only yaoi anime I've ever watched, but the story hooked me and has opened me up to watching more yaoi in the future. Great setting, cool drama, and there's the humor of the main character casually dumping his slutty smart childhood friend who loves him after she kisses him in the 2nd episode for the the aloof gay guy. It also has the leftist theme of a dystopia with serious inequality, and the need to tear down the Berlin wall and destroy the system.


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