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On the surface, Nana Chigusa appears to be a typical honor student, loved by the student council and her peers, and surrounded by admirers and friends. But deep down, even good girls need a way to blow off a little steam and de-stress, and for Nana, that means secretive, intense S&M sessions with Kaoru, a well-known pervert and her childhood friend. What experiences and pleasures await this unlikely pair?
Both of these series attempt to explain the S&M relationship. Nana to Kaoru reveals the more playful and practical style, while Sundome focuses on the deeper experiences that the term S&M entitles. While they seem different, they're sides of the same coin. If you like one, you should definitely attempt to read the other.
Nana and Sundome are about as borderline H as a manga can come. Each series has an intriguing bond between the two main characters. In Sundome, the female main controls and torments the male lead by not letting him "you know what". As for Nana, the male lead is the gateway for the female leads pleasure experiences. Nana and Sundome are extremely ecchi and, in Sundome's case, Very Explicit. Read em' both and prepare for awesomeness.
Nana to Kaoru and Sundome have a relatively unique theme for manga - S&M, though the genders have reversed roles in the two titles. Both are borderline H and quite explicit.
Two erotically charged manga that explore human relationships through sexual deviance. The characters are deeper in Sundome and the art more explicit, but if you liked either of these you will like the other.
Two titles that deal with mature fetishes (voyeurism and S&M type stuff), which are quite explicit. If you liked one, you'd surely like the other.
I like to think Nozoki Ana as a lighter version of Sundome , I find both MC characters really similar and in both series MC girl manipulates MC boy , Most of the time ending up in sexual situations.
Another great pair of manga that probe the depths of human sexual depravity as a way of looking at love and relationships. The unequal power dynamic (female over male) and explicit art in both will make them enjoyable for the lover of either one.
Daikichi is the epitome of unlucky. He's just lost his job, and what's worse, he unknowingly moves into an apartment where a girl once committed suicide. Though as luck would have it, he discovers that she's still floating around, and is a lovely, kind ghost – the kind of ghost that Daikichi quickly falls in love with, physical body or not. Together, the two live day to day, having sex at every opportunity, and slowly falling deeper and deeper into love.
If you're looking for a borderline H title that revolves around sex (or in Sundome's case, stopping just short of it), these two titles are for you.
Both Itoshi no Kana and Sundome have some erotic(Itoshi no Kana) or s&m(Sundome) related scenes. In both history revolves around unconfident/dissapointed in life guy who meets a girl and after that everything starts to change.
Takao Kasuga is a lonely boy who spends his days immersed in books to escape his frustration with life. His only source of joy is the beautiful Saeki, who he secretly admires from afar. However, Takao's obsession goes too far one day when, in a moment of emotional folly, he steals the girl's gym clothes and takes them home with him. Worse, his terrible deed is spotted by Sawa Nakamura, a mysterious outcast who sits behind him in class who threatens to reveal the boy's secret unless he promises to engage in a contract with her. At first it seems Sawa just wants some companionship, but soon it becomes clear that this "contract" involves more than mere afternoon chats. In fact, Takao is about to discover just how dangerous his bond with Sawa is and how it threatens to tear everything - his life, his love, and even his sanity - apart.
Sundome is hyper-ecchi, unlike The Flowers of Evil, but both series are about a dweeby teenage guy who ends up in a twisted, S&M relationship with a sadistic female classmate. If you liked the femdom, or dark psychological themes of one of these titles, check out the other.
The relationships the protagonists share in these two stories are similar. However, while the relationship between the two in Sundome is sexually and psychologically exausting, the relationship in Aku no hana is simply psychologically exausting ( but it is not simple by all means)
When Akiyama booked a vacation for him and his girlfriend at Koibana Onsen – a place known for helping unite couples both mentally and physically – he had no idea that they’d break up days before the trip. After arriving solo and meeting the onsen’s three sisters, not to mention getting the ‘special treatment’ from each of them to help him feel at home, Akiyama decides to stay and work part time. Now, with one of the sisters as his newfound girlfriend, Akiyama will work together with the trio to help make each couple’s visit a pleasurable and exciting success, in addition to losing his virginity and discovering the ultimate pleasure himself…