Finder

Vol: 10+; Ch: 88+
2001 - ?
4.331 out of 5 from 1,003 votes
Rank #1,242
Finder

Freelance photographer Akihito Takaba is captured by the very subject he’s been stalking in his viewfinder—the handsome and enigmatic crime lord Ryuichi Asami! The older man ravages him, both body and mind. Does this mean the end for the naive photographer, or will he live to shoot another day?

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IcyAnnie
8

This manga is my ultimate guilty pleasure manga. There really aren’t any excuses for why I actually like it, except for the pretty drawings and smut scenes. Takaba Akihito is a freelance photographer, who one day comes into contact with one of Japan’s most dangerous businessmen/gangsters, Asami Ryuichi. Despite everything, they are both infatuated with each other, something that Asami’s enemies soon find out and decide to use against him. There really isn’t much to this manga. The first five volumes seem to have something of a plot, with Takaba being kidnapped by a Chinese gangster, who is an old acquaintance of Asami. But really it is about the smut. Asami doesn’t hesitate to force himself on Takaba, who you can literally say is suffering from a major case of Stockholm Syndrome. If you are a diehard yaoi fangirl and are curious about checking this manga out, then I recommend that you try it and then end after volume 5. This manga takes every trope and cliché of the BL-genre, and turns it up to the highest extremes. The only trope it doesn’t follow is the crying uke, who is unable to function without his seme. Takaba is one of the best ukes in the genre, because he actually acknowledges how bad the situation is and tries to resist Asami. It’s only after he’s been kidnapped and taken away from his home, beaten and raped by people completely unknown to him that he (understandably) breaks. The reason why I haven’t continued reading this manga is because I felt that both the story, the characters and the artwork dropped in quality after volume 5. Also, I will not rate this manga, because, as I said, it is nothing but a guilty pleasure.

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