Juliet, You Idiot does a disservice to the topics it handles. Not only by rushing through, but by giving us an ending where it feels like the victim confronts himself.
In this story set in the underground world of assassinations, Château Dankworth is a hitman whose whole career is disrupted when she is assigned to kill Song Ryang Ha.
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Kase-san and Morning Glories is one of those OVAs you just breeze through―no thoughts needed. It’s just a soft romance with an even softer aesthetic.
The live-action adaptation of Our Dinning Table makes more of an effort to establish the conditions of the salaryman and the sense of loneliness than the manga does. The adaptation sets up why Yutaka does not join in with his coworkers, how he eats alone, and how he ends up agreeing to teach Minoru how to make his grenade-sized onigiri.
After… too many months, we’re back with 5 recommendations and a bonus for a valentine’s day full of heart-warming romance.
We all know the BL world is a shining example of problematic but Hideyoshico’s Wait for Me at Udagawachou takes the cake. While easy to read, this 2011 manga fails in its accuracy or character development.
Doughnuts under a Crescent Moon starts with Hinako’s breakdown in a lonely street and her wish to love herself and to find love. Asahi, her serious and capable co-worker, finds her crouched like that, and from there, they develop a friendship and maybe more.
Our Dining Table by Mita Ori is the perfect blend of cute and sad, so prepare your kleenex. I want this yaoi EVERYDAY FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. GIVE IT TO ME.
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