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{Yoneda Kou} Doushitemo Furetakunai (Film)-10

Yoneda Kou: Doushitemo Furetakunai (Film)

I often ask the question to fellow fujoshi, “which manga would you like to see as an anime or live action?” Invariably, someone will answer, “Doushitemo Furetakunai.”  It’s always on my list of answers as well. And look, we got it! I won’t say that I can die happy, but I can at least go […]

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New Arrivals: Doushitemo Furetakunai (Film)

I pre-ordered this, but when it was time to ship, something was up with my card. AJP said it wouldn’t go through and my bank said nothing was wrong with it. After resubmitting the payment on the same card, it failed again. I still have no clue what was wrong. Anys, I tried to change […]

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New Arrivals: NightS

Look what I got! I’m so excited. I was practically bouncing the whole drive home from the Post Office. It’s incredible, this feeling. The feeling of holding another Yoneda Kou book in my hands. The feeling of knowing I’ll be able to browse my shelf and see this bound pleasure nestled in with the rest […]

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Notes: To be Continued…

As a writer, I know every story has an ending. As a reader, I know this as well, but it is my reader’s heart that holds out hope that the story will continue. This hope has caused me to scour the internet for the non-existent next volume, finding nothing but other works by the author—this […]

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Sketched: Yashiro

of Yoneda Kou’s Don’t Stay Gold, et al. He bleeds. Yashiro is a multi-faceted character of the highest order. He is a primary and side character in three of Yoneda Kou-sensei’s titles. A very complex character that’s worth a few hundred words, at least. I believe that he is twisted, however, I also believe that […]

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{Yoneda Kou} Doushitemo Furetakunai

Koneda Kou: Doushitemo Furetakunai

Doushitemo Furetakunai is a masterpiece. The End. That statement does a decent job of summing things up. Since everything I thought about the story and every sentiment I held was just too much for me to grab a hold of, I was really tempted to leave it at that. I had a very difficult time […]

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