Manga: Bukiyou Dakedo Daisuki Sa
Author: Yamada Papiko
Genres: Romance, School Life, Yaoi
Status in Country of Origin: 1 Volume (Complete)
Scanlator: Fujoshi Bitches
Summary: Torigoe, a classmate of mine I never really liked, and I ended up together as members of the school festival executive committee.
He’s always gotten more girls than I have because of his clear-cut appearance and sharp mind and, since he has a bad attitude, I’ve never had any intention to get along with him!
But ever since then, I got hooked on his cute and hard-working side, so I have no choice but to push forward!
Impulsive mood-maker Iida’s and unfriendly beauty Torigoe’s awkward love.
Also added Torigoe’s childhood friends’ Murakami’s & Makoto’s story. And some sketches .
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Note: This is a personal opinion, it does not reflect YaoiOtaku’s official position towards the manga.
Bukiyou Dakedo Daisuki Sa is a cute story with nice artwork, but sadly that is all this manga has to offer. I say that because the manga is pretty much an entire volume of cliche confessions, cliche drama and cliche romance. The relationship is rushed as they are suddenly in love in the first couple of chapters.
The things that I didn’t like about the manga were the chemistry, which wasn’t entirely compatible, the relationship seemed rushed, and then towards the end there is what seemed like this random rival inserted just to create more drama that wasn’t really necessary.
Some of the things I did like though, was the interactions between Torigoe and Iida. Despite being so cliche there was something cute and endearing about them, namely the different personalities between the two. It made for some moments that were sweet, and entertaining, though it still was not nearly enough to save this manga from the rampant cliches that were scattered throughout. Along with the moments of cuteness, the sex scenes were what made reading this tolerable enough to get through to the end.
The story between Murakami and Makoto was probably the cutest story in the entire manga, even though Murakami was kind of thrown into the story of Torigoe and Iida so randomly. Their story was sweet and cute with a bit more chemistry and thought put into it.
Overall if you are looking for something that is unique and different with a good storyline, this will not satisfy that need. But if you are looking for a quick and easy (or mindless) read that doesn’t have a lot of drama that makes you think or feel then this is worth the read.
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