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AI Ore! Love Me!, Vol. 2 Paperback – August 2, 2011
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They are officially going out, but Mizuki still has her own issues to deal with. Apparently she doesn't mind being a `Prince' at her school, but she doesn't want people to think she's a guy, just a really cool girl. The problem is that Akira is cuter than any girl and when they are together he's often mistaken for a girl and Mizuki for a guy. Actually Mizuki's `issues' are getting worse, she's running out on Akira, crying and feeling sorry for herself. At the peak of this Mizuki's neighbor Shinnosuke comes home and he's taller, cuter and bigger than Mizuki (and Akira that's a given) and makes Mizuki think about how she's never mistaken for a guy with Shinnosuke.
Ah the second volume was just as good as the first. I love the roles society puts on genders and how Akira and Mizuki both break them. Add to that that there's some nice steamy make out scenes and hilarious dreams, and this manga has it all. There is a small bonus story, maybe four pages total, but it had me rolling on the floor dying from laughing so hard because Akira's personality is so twisted and two sided. All in all it has me anxiously awaiting the third volume and wondering what is next for this duo. Highly Recommend. Enjoy!
I just love it so much. C:
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
(Contains spoilers, with rant.)
So, I think I’m done with Mayu Shinjo. Just… done. I think?
I really, really want to like her series. She’s kind of like the smutty shojo author, the one to read, the one that everyone loves. But I just really don’t think I like her style.
I read up to the second volume of Demon Love Spell before giving up, and was reluctant to pick up this volume before relenting and getting it. And now I just don’t think I want any more of her. This volume was not nearly as bad as Demon Love Spell, and it was even kind of getting better at the end, so there is always the possibility I will pick up another volume, but I’m in no hurry to do so.
It’s just… the offensive material that Shinjo handles, almost in an offhand way, is ridiculous. And I hate it, and it makes me rage all over the place. (I mean, read the review for Demon Love Spell Volume 2, it really proves my point.)
This volume starts with Akira practically laughing while the woman who hurt Mizuki is being almost-raped. Thank god Mizuki comes in to stop it, and it actually stops, but afterward Akira gives a dumb reason about failing as a man and Mizuki forgives him. They practically ignore the fact that he organized for a woman to get raped, no matter what she did, and it’s never even mentioned again. Like that’s an acceptable thing to do. Like it’s an acceptable thing for a person to try to have done. Akira sure as hell doesn’t learn his lesson, that’s for damn sure.
There are some actual plots in this story, I guess.Read more ›
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it just came today earlier than i espected and actully it is in a good shape but i found a broken page while i was reading it... anyways thank u i loved it!!!Published 8 months ago by Eminny Hernandez Fernandez