Go For It, Nakamura!: 1

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Go For It, Nakamura!: 1

Go For It, Nakamura!: 1

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The official translation of the manga might or might've not been posted there, this is extremely useful for wiki editors like me to see the proper translation.

It's super adorable anyhow, and it's great having a main character who's gay in manga and, while having a crush on another character, isn't at all sexualised and feels pretty grounded and down to Earth in how he feels. Nakamura đã yêu cậu bạn cùng lớp Hirose Aiki ngay-từ-cái nhìn-đầu-tiên; khổ nổi là cả hai đều chưa bao giờ nói chuyện với nhau. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.Me gusto la trama, es de esas historias que son ligeritas y divertidas por todas las situaciones cómicas que se van desarrollando. In the Afterword, Syundei treats us to a brief but insightful breakdown of each chapter and the history of this collection ( Nakamura began online in 2014, then was published by the enterprising BL magazine OPERA).

Cool Teacher: Otogiri, Nakamura's homeroom teacher, turns out to be this when Hirose is told to dye his hair by some other teachers; he takes Hirose into a locked room and pretends to give him a loud and terrifying lecture, while Hirose plays along with it. If a third volume ever comes along I will need it to do something about wrapping up the series or finally advancing the plot. There's also a very candid moment at the end of the manga between Hirose and Nakamura and I can't wait to read Motto Ganbare! Overall, I do think there should be more queer stories about “a guy with a crush”, as they can be relatable for many readers (just DEFINITELY not me).The adaptation features Kappei Yamaguchi as the voice of Nakamura, Junko Takeuchi as the voice of Hirose, and Tomoyuki Morikawa as the narrator, with original music by OdiakeS. My only real complaint, besides a small quibble that the pacing takes a little time to find its footing (and learning that this story was infrequently serialized over the course of two years explains that) is that it’s over! was serialized in the boys' love manga magazine Opera from 2014 to 2016, and was eventually turned into a bound volume by Akane Shinsha in 2017. He's so awkward and clumsy, especially when it comes to Hirose but that's exactly why he's so adorable!

I’ve never read a boys love manga or seen many that don’t feel like it’s fetishisation of homosexuality but this feels very real and even sub-verges the fetishising in funny ways. Por cierto, fantástico el estilo retro de la mangaka, si habéis leído/visto Ranma 1/2 no puede no sonaros el tipo de dibujo. The bestselling LGBTQ+ graphic novel about life, love, and everything that happens in between: this is the fifth volume of the Heartstopper series.for example, the ongoing relationship between hirose and their homeroom teacher was a bit questionable, as it was previously alluded that hirose may have a crush on him. The series follows the titular Nakamura, a closeted high school student who has a secret crush on his classmate. although, he says he's just inspired, the constant gazes and blushing that happen are a little unnecessary in my opinion? But if you're just looking for something fun and fluffy to read in one seating, I think this is for you! NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Witness what the gods do after dark in the second volume of a stylish and contemporary reimagining of one of the best-known stories in Greek mythology, featuring a brand-new, exclusive short story from creator Rachel Smythe.

It uses many of the tropes staple of the genre for comedic effect, and has a Butt-Monkey main character failing to make any of them work; however, the cuteness and earnestness of the main romance indicates that it comes from a place of love for the genre. By the end of 2014, Syundei was contacted by the managing editor of Opera to draw a comic to fill empty spaces in an issue of a magazine. The fact that the manga itself is aware of its oddities despite its genre provides the basis for the humour to shine and that's what makes it so enjoyable.It’s immediately clear what’s really going on to the reader but this light touch makes the reader giggle at Nakamura for being a lovesick high school boy who happens to be gay, not the other way around. With this 80's art style, it feels like reading a shounen-ai by Takahashi Rumiko, the mangaka of Inuyasha and Ranma 1/2. Nakamura's adventures are a sequence of miscalculated steps (quite literally, at least in a couple of episodes), surreal situations, constant daydreaming and sweet moments of hilarious introspection. Luckily, Hirose manages to wrench the cockroach free (obliviously feeling up Nakamura's chest in the process) and throw it out of the window.



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