...so, I thought I'd share without rating what I haven't read.
Refers to Spaghetti Westerns. They're Westerns that were filmed in Italy, because it was cheap and the arid climate resembled the west. Many of Clint Eastwood's movies were filmed in Italy, and you'll probably notice that the men who are supposed to be Mexicans look like they are being dubbed over-it's because they were actually Italian
I didn't get the name at first either, but through out the manga I figured it out and for those who are wondering it comes from the term "Spaghetti Western"->http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaghetti_western So I guess since Macaroni is a type of pasta... XD It's a nice entertaining manga, I love how the western setting works out, the characters are really like-able although I've always disliked the Player-Playboy characters Sydney's behavior is a bit toned down halfway through the manga. There's a bit of Shounen-Ai but it's mostly at the end and completely unsuccessful for the pursuer XD I loved this story, I wish there was a continuation ^-^
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It's cute, it's funny, and how should I say... neutral. A lot of times it seems like Sydney's going win over Robin and then they would be interupted (usually by Ted) and so I like how the pairings stay kind of balanced and iffy that way. I never could choose between the two anyways, I liked both Sydney and Ted. Overall, something nice to read when you're bored and have the time.
I really like this manga. The artwork is definitely great and it has a cute story plot! The characters are absolutely lovable and you can't help but get charmed by Robin's innocence! =)
Just one question, WHY THE HECK IS IT CALLED, "MACARONI"?!
As much as I love a manga with plot, a kiss between one of the characters would have been nice, and this story didn't even have that much. It really shouldn't be labeled shounen-ai since there was barely any hints about it.Though I give the story credit since it was cute and fun, just mislabeled.
This manga is perfect if you don't want full-blown yaoi, and want to read a shounen-ai with a plot. The artwork is absolutely ADORABLE <33
its sad that it is alredy done but to me *cry* it ended as an open closeing wish there was another volume
It's a very cute story with veeery pretty artwork (and amusing characters), but the translations are a bit confusing thanks to the fact that it's a Japanese manga series that's set in the Old West. The ending does close the two-volume story, but it's kind of open-ended. I think it would've been more enjoyable if it was a bit longer.
And I have no idea why this is rated "shounen-ai." If it existed at all, it was in VERY small hints through the two volumes. (Unless it was all crammed into the fifth chapter of the first volume (I didn't get a chance to read that particular chapter), but I somehow doubt that.) So you don't have to skip out on this series if the "shounen-ai" label scares you off.
... Last updated on June 27th, 2007, 1:02pm
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