Jinyoo’s life is a living hell—he’s become a hermit due to an abusive father and a traumatic bullying experience. But just when he thinks life can’t get any worse, he is kidnapped by his high school classmate, Gyuh-wool, who’s developed a twisted obsession over him. Jinyoo quickly learns that there is no escape… The only way to survive is to obey Gyuh-wool’s orders.
Giving this a two feels generous to be honest. It's a very odd experience and I'm interested to see where it'll go. It's so uncomfortable. At least with Killing Stalking the characters had development, yet this is as basic as it gets. It's fetishizing gay men once more, this time more kinky. The art is very weird and everything about this is disturbing. I don't understand why anyone would like this.
Okay so there isn't many reviews for this so I'm here to add to that. Obey me is a yaoi that was similar themes to 'Killing stalking' yet being more personal to the main character. Speaking of the characters, there isn't a lot of development but there are definitely likeable and kinda cute. Don't judge me lol. The manga isn't scary and it didn't suprise me in a way to call it a horror yet it didn't make my stomach flutter looking at any of the cute scenes, because there was none. The art is pretty okay aswell, nothing great but definitely new and interesting. overall I would read it, it is worth the time to read and it's a very mediocre yaoi yet if you like dark themes that could be offensive to others take a read. :))
I know what I signed up for when I heard the title but on the contrary the cover looks pretty tamed that's how I got into it. Turns out it's just another cluster of knockoff regurgitated ideas from Killing Stalking, Warehouse, and False memories. The root causes for the characters' behaviours are shallow, Gyuh-wool's just another cheap psycho stalker whose reason for this obsessiveness is his *ahem* love-deprived childhood. He's also gifted with incredible psycho stamina (ie: leg strength) that could pounce on you even after getting thrusted with a knife several times. In this world, money also seems to be the most effective asset for moral corruption since: ya can use it on a thug starving for money (typical, yes), a dad who easily believes in the existence of dubious organisations meant for "socialising" (how naive), hiring an unfeeling sushi chef (that could still retain a blank expression after gazing at food sex), and bribing the court to get you released from custody (ok I lost hope on this one) for the sake of an ending that should stick close to its title. I was gonna give it a 3 but I added a 0.5 because the conveyor belt sushi snac scene is sexy in its own right IF written in a standalone style and not misplaced in this story.
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