Read Me! Graphic Novel
About Read Me! Graphic Novel
Read Me! features story and art by Hinemosunotari.
Collects 12 short stories with "futanari" as the primary theme. Futanari Clinic - Doctor and nurse tests out their patient's new bodypart before she leaves the hospital. Kannagi - a shrine maiden is possessd by a demon who must be exorcized through her new well-endowed appendage.
Ratings & Reviews
Read Me Too!
Why we live in a day and age where you can easily download this type of material as opposed to reading a hard copy I love the art in this so much I had to own it. The stories are all really well done and the art is just gorgeous. I really wish I could pick up more by this artist.
Read It! A solid ero manga
by DesuChan -
This is the first ero manga I've ever bought. I thought the art and stories were well done and I am interested in the author's other works! I will say that considering it is labeled as having a "Yuri" theme and the description mentions it revolves around "futanari" situations, many potential buyers probably won't be expecting the male cross-dressing on futanari in the first story. I found that off-putting. Apart from that, it has some fun situations that fans of yuri/futanari should enjoy!
A nice introduction to futanari
by Daniel -
Besides the third story, which deals with loli and electral love, the majority of this book deals with futanari, which if you’re not a fan of, I’d stay away from, but if you are or are curious about it, it’s a nice introduction with no hard feelings. The artwork has a bit of a old school look to it, which was a nice change of pace. Two things that bothered me was one: a lot of the characters looked the same, so I just wanted a little more variety. And two: many of the explicit scenes felt repetitive, with the same setup and dialogue. Other than that, I enjoyed this one.
Get it while you can!
by STUART -
Great book get it while you still can! 12 chapters, 8 of which are futanari, so obviously if you love/like or are even interested in futanari get this while you still can! It came out in 09 so yes the art is a little dated but it still holds up nicely, a very pleasurable read for any futa enthusiast!