A Rogue Librarian's Reading List

{November 6, 2011}   Comics and manga of the week (13)

It’s another manga week! We have a lot of boys love this time, some of it better thant others.

Berry Dynamite, volume 2 by Aya Nakahara

  • A bright and funny manga about two struggling pop idols smile through even the greatest humiliations to make it in the business and bring joy to their fans.

Family Compo, volume 7 by Tsukasa Hojo

  • Orphaned Masahiko moves with his uncle’s family only to find that his uncle is now a woman married to a trans-man. A funny and touching manga by one of my favorite mangaka.

Great Place High School: Student Council, volume 3 by Naduki Koujima

  • The romantic hi-jinx of the boys at Great Place High School and their teachers.

Mr. Tiger and Mr. Wolf by Ahiru Haruno

  • A strange manga about the love between an anthropomorphized wolf and tiger.

Only Serious About You, volume 1 by Kai Asou

  • The sweet story about a single father struggling to raise his daughter and his growing feelings for another man. A great bl manga.

Private Teacher, volume 1 by Yu Moegi

  • Rintaro’s tutor makes his heart skip a beat and soon begins tutoring him in matters of the heart.

Seven Days: Friday to Sunday by Venio Tachibana

  • Touji Seryou is rumoured to go out with anyone who asks him out on a Monday and break up with them on Sunday when he does not fall in love. When a boy asks him out on Monday, he accepts but Sunday is fast approaching.

The Story of Saiunkoku, volume 5 by Sai Yukino

  • Shurei, an impoverished noble in a fantastical ancient China, prepares for the civil service exam.

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