Poison Cherry Drive Manga
About Poison Cherry Drive Manga
Poison Cherry Drive features story and art by Motoni Modoru.
The rumors are flying across the net; there exists an unknown group of jack-of-all-trades heroes who will do anything to grant the wishes of hot guys. But there's always a price -- what could they possibly want in exchange?
Ratings & Reviews
by Julia -
I did not like this book. It was trying too hard to be funny and just ended up being stupid. The facial expressions were ugly. And there were no sex scenes. The description makes it seem like there would be, but do not be fooled. This is NOT a smut book. The "advisory" warning is because these guys sometimes dress up in skimpy outfits and say vulgar things.
One of my favorites!!
I saw the one star review and I had to write my own. No offense to the other reviewer! I understand tastes are very different all around and this manga is not for everyone.
However, I've owned this manga for a long time and it's still one of my favorite yaoi manga. Yes, it's definitely a comedy and the art can get pretty crazy, but that's part of what I love about it! There's no straight up smut, but it definitely earns that "Parental Advisory" sticker. I highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys comedy/gag manga.
Quirky, off-beat comedy.
The cast of this manga is literally insane. This is meant to be a comedy, but it's not as dark as it first appears. While the men of this manga own a company which offers sexual revenge, a lot of their cases actually turn out to be quirky romances.
This is definitely not my usual genre; I picked the book up for the attractive art without reading the reviews so I didn't know it was supposed to be a comedy. It was okay but I would say it's more weird than funny. It tries really hard to be funny, but rather than "haha" I found myself saying "WTF?"