First as a disclaimer, I read through this manga quickly meaning that I did skip some sections of dialogue. Therefore I should not be viewed as an expert of the work in any way. Let's also clear up that you should not approach this manga if you uncomfortable with sexual content, harassment, or imagined rape scenes. That said, you should also not approach this manga only for the sexual content or else you will be given much more than you expected. It is tagged physiological for a reason, and let me tell you, it soon becomes a wild ride of feels. Also, the sexual content is not that graphic. The art is... read more
Rating sequels and/or side-stories like this is always difficult, because you can't help comparing it to the original. Compared to the original manga, this is a major downgrade, however, on its own it is fairly decent. I have chosen to rate it six (or three stars out of five), since that it was I would have probably rated this if it were stand alone. However, in this review I will elaborate on what feels like a downgrade. There are some minor spoilers in here. I tried to avoid as many as possible, but I also marked them in these italics for your convience. Story The main problem is that Sarada feels... read more
Given that this is an explict yaoi I assume that it is okay for me to discuss the sex in this review? If you would like to avoid this, just don’t read the very spoilery section. Spoiler-Free Section: The site that I read this on was tagged psychological, which got me excited. I personally love the psychological genre especially when it really messes with your mind. In that regard this manga let me down. I’m actually unsure which aspect of this manga is considered psychological, but I suspect that it is the convoluted atmosphere that it creates. The main theme of this manga is about questioning... read more
I would not recommend this manga to anyone. It is 1. Illegal, 2. Disturbing, 3. Wrong, 4. Incest. Sometimes I can overlook the incest thing but in this instance no I cannot. This manga does not even have a plot besides two little kids having sex with a man in his tweenties. I cannot say anything possitive about this manga.
Written based on the first 17 chapters. Story: The story in a nutshell is that Shirotani suffers from a severe case of mysophobia (the fear of germs. He can’t remember when or why the phobia began (which I infer will be a later plot device *I can’t wait!*), but he has never felt that it was a problem that he didn’t to solve. Instead he just adapts his lifestyle around the problem, for example walking to school and work instead of riding public trains. Because of an accident involving his employer Shirotani meets Kurose, a child therapist. Kurose soon offers to try and cure Shirotani of... read more