Living the high school life, being admired by all the other species in his school, Rurikawa (Wolf. Alpha. Male.) meets a lower species, Kyougokuin (Rabbit. Beta. Male.) As soon as their eyes meet, Rurikawa thinks, "I want to breed this beautiful creature." He's suddenly unable to control his urges as he's turned on. In a world where men can also become pregnant, this series tells the story of high school boys being led around by their instincts and fate.
SPOILERS ALERT The snake deserved so much more than that stupid mf wolf. But the most frustrating thing was the wolf choose thay mf piece of shit of that rubbit. LIKE THE RUBBIT WAS A PIECE OF SHIT. The story is poorly written and it could be much more better than the ending it self. I feel bad for the snake.
[spoilers ahead, if you care enough.] (you shouldn't, honestly.) I am simply baffled by the sheer audacity of the author, to make such an abysmal piece and have the confidence to call it a work of fiction. This story deserves to be locked up and burnt because no one, and I mean no one, deserves to be put through the sheer disappointment of waiting for an update and being let down so much that your own father being a deadbeat is less embarrassing than having read this 'manga'. This manga makes me wish my father never came back so I'd have a more significant issue in my life than knowing this manga exists. The plot is worse than trash, it's like the pollution in the ocean, or like my freeloader of a coworker. It firstly makes absolutely no sense. I don't even know if I can call this manga's plot, plot. The entire thing is just about two horny, teenagers? collage students? whatever they are, it's as if you mixed cannibalism with ABO. Both of which are already pretty substandard and none of the characters even developed in the end! They stay the exact same EXPECT for the very last chapter and that 'devlopement' is worse than the state of my city's subway, the bunny just stops committing actual serial murders because he's 'hungry uwu' through...you guessed it! the love of the main character...whooooooooo. The main character, whatever the wretch's name is, makes decisions that baits you into thinking he's going to actually start developing after what feels like 10 billion chapters and be a big boy and STICK TO his goddamn word! He chooses one of the characters but in the very next chapter (or even the very next panel!!) he goes back on his decision and hightails it back to the literal serial killer who has stated multiple times that he wishes to eat him so often that it makes me wonder if he has a moral backbone equal to that of a chocolate eclair. His entire character arc that was set up at the beginning of the story is completely forgotten and is only mentioned when he remembers who he is again, as his entire goal at the start of the manga is that he is supposed to mate with a 'rare' species, and this could have been a decent plot! The main character could have felt pressured to live the life his family/species(?) expects of him, but when he finds someone whom he loves isnt a rare species, there could have been this internal moral conflict! the main character could have tired to do what his family wanted but ultimately he chooses the person he turely loves, well because he just loves them. BUT NO! the author tried to do this, I'm sure, but they're so bad at writing that this 'internal' conflict that happens in the series is so flimsy, I don't even think the main character was pressured by anybody to even mate with a rare species! The author probably made this with one hand in their pants and the other with a vice grip on their pen while making this because all the plot equates to nothing but porn without plot but you don't find this out until the author's shot you with their incompetence disguised as the 'plot' of this excrement. This entire manga is so confusing with what's going on, where they are, and how their messed up world even works, that you can't even stop to comprehend what just happened because suddenly the rabbit guy is surrounded by the blood of the people he's killed but 'uwu he wants the main character!!' and then they do what every bad yaoi characters do when put in dubious circumstances and screw! Because that solves every issue apparently!! I feel I've ought to mention that the art is relevantly good because you can tell that the artist has skill. But no amount of skill can make this story worth the read. If you even think of reading this excuse of literature, I strongly advise you to not if you wish for your father to return with the milk he promised you all those years ago when you still ate cereal without the crushing despair that comes with sitting alone in your empty kitchen, milkless. I would say that I've read things written by literal children better than this because those children at least had creativity, but this story is so unbelievably creative in the worst way possible that it almost seems intentional. No normal person would make a manga that essentially took all the dubious tags in most (bad) yaoi and made a collage of it and called it a day. I cannot believe that I was weak enough to pause Twice to read the last chapter.
The art style was decent but there were quite a few inconsistencies that didn't sit right with me, such as tails that were occasionally missing (bunny) or disconnected (anaconda) from the characters, or even misplaced body parts. I'm writing this review after finishing the story in one go. The author had an interesting and unique concept for the world and culture in which the characters lived in, but didn't really create a solid foundation for the story's setting beyond the importance of eating each other and breeding. The author also adds certain elements to the story (red strings of fate and aberrations) with very little explanation to the audience and uses them as the sole source of conflict for the protagonists to address/overcome. The storytelling feels rather sloppy, particularly regarding the progression of the story where there were multiple routes revealed that the story could have gone but were ultimately left untouched; there didn't seem to be a clear destination/resolution the author had in mind until the last two or so chapters. This story leaves its audience with several unanswered questions, and it's not even in the mystery genre. To be frank, it's not worth reading (in my opinion).
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