Manic Love Manga

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SKU: 9781569707616

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About Manic Love Manga

Manic Love features story and art by Satomi Yamagata.

The prequel to Fake Fur!

During the summer of his second year in high school, Maki Sonoda found love for the first time in the arms of his cram school teacher, Haruji Shirai. Blinded by the illusions of his first love, Maki can think only of getting to know Haruji more. But things become complicated when Maki realizes that Haruji is really in love with high school teacher Mr. Mizuguchi.


  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Romance
  • Themes: Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Release Date: 9/22/2007
  • Page Count: 162
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Kind of ugly and sort of pointless


A different kind of student x teacher story. The main character is a teen whose purpose in the plot is to get the two men he is sleeping with to hook up with each other. I guess it's altruistic motivation, as he knows the other two men love each other and not him, but it makes me wonder why he had to be the focal character in the story, since that's the case. It's just kind of strange.

I didn't hate it... The art is atrocious and the story is kind of depressing, but I still kind of liked it. I guess I would recommend this to someone looking for an atypical plot who cares more about the story than the pictures, as the plot is sort of unique but the characters are drawn with disproportionately large facial features and long limbs.