Ze Manga Volume 11
About Ze Manga Volume 11
Ze 11 features story and art by Yuki Shimizu.
Waki has been infatuated with Magane ever since laying eyes on him. Even after sleeping with Magane, Waki can't help but feel conflicted whenever he sees Rikiichi. Between Rikiichi, the man whom he decided to follow and support or Magane whom he loves, Waki starts to hesitate.
Will Waki ever be able to truly have Magane's heart? Or will their love disappear into an illusion of petals before fruition? It was then that two brothers appear, forever changing the paradise on Earth... The final volume and conclusion to Yuki Shimizu's popular supernatural series, ZE a story about loyalty, fate, and bonds.
- Publisher: 801 MEDIA
- Media: Manga
- Genre: Comedy, Drama, Erotica
- Themes: Historical, Supernatural, Yaoi
- Age Rating: 18+
- Release Date: 5/18/2016
- Page Count: 200
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Written Language: English
Ratings & Reviews
So sad it's the end! My Asari!!!!
I love this series so much! It's one of my favorites. Yuki Shimizu's works are both emotional and beautiful. With plenty of nom! I'm gonna miss these guys but love how it wrapped up. Couldn't have asked for a better series.
I read this series awhile back, but I wanted to post my review for this volume.
I loved this series. It pulled at my heartstrings, and I felt invested in every character. In some ways the ending went too fast, but I still give it 5 atars.
All around, it was a happy ending, with everyone together. Throughout this series, when there is tragedy, it ends in, if not outright happiness, then at least contentment and hope. The end was no exception. The art is gorgeous, and the story complex. *spoiler* Megane is returned to life, and while Shimizu-san herself states she wants it left uncertain whether Megane retained his memories like Asari did, the note is hopeful. The ending is very cute, where everyone takes a photo together, and you get to see everyone with their lovers. We have followed the characters' stories, laughed and cried with them, and again, while the ending did feel a little rushed, it was a good ending. I would recommend it to any yaoi fan