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Wild Rock takes place in a prehistoric setting. The first story is about a boy, Yuuen, who is asked by his tribal chief father to seduce Emba (a great hunter and the next chief of the rival Lakeside clan) by pretending to be a female so that they can get more food. The other stories are in the same setting, but with different characters (including the fathers of both characters from the main story when they were young).
Каменный век ワイルドロック ワイルド・ロック Innocent Lies (Wild Rock)
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For the 1st chapter i really like the concept!! and it was really sweet . Yuuen is our typical ukeand Emba is the rocky seme. But for the 2nd story i was hoping that they will end up. I really like Yuni he was cute and also Selem he was so Modest. But for the shocking ending i was like "OHHH WHAT THE" .. They were the fathers of Yuuen and Emba.. So shocking..
I thought this manga was very well thought out and tactfully handled. Despite the fact that the first story had some minor flaws, I am willing to overlook them, probably because I enjoyed the manga so much as a whole. The second story is so heartbreaking, and I didn't prepare myself at all when I found out at the end of the chapter that the main characters in the story are actually fathers of the couple in the first story. Talk about a shocker. I also really like the little extra at the end of the book too. I rarely say this out loud but the character design for Emba really is scrumptious, hoho.
I loved the way the mangaka drew Emba. The sleek musculature was awesome. However, the plot was lacking. Time passed gradually, bu it didn't make sense that they would fall in love with just those few interactions...
Interesting new direction
Honestly, I just picked this up because it had bros in loincloths *DING* happy customer
BUT I actually really liked Wild Rock! (typing the title out now I'm kind of laughing and wondering if it was meant to be some kind of double entendre lmao) First of all, the art is really gorgeous so if you like correct proportions and interesting character designs, this manga will appeal to you.
As for the actual writing, the second story had me tearing up a little bit with the angst! I'll admit that I could be extra sensitive bc it's 1 AM and I may be hormonal right now, but I was really touched by the idea of prehistoric (lol) star-crossed lovers.
With the whole caveman deal, this manga could have gotten really campy really quick, but the mangaka treated it with respect and gravity and made it hard to laugh at as a joke. I recommend this! (too bad she's stopped writing though what a shame)
... Last updated on August 4th, 2012, 9:46pm
So cute, but the book is incomplete
I love this story, it has a hunky seme, and while I generally dislike the girly uke type, this one isn't too bad. But oh man, Emba's outfit. Yum.
One thing to note, though- The Blu print release is missing the second half of the "Child Rock" end story. Not sure why, and you can live without it, but little Nava is so cute that it's a waste to not have it in the book.
What Gorgeous Art, What Stupid Plot
Some pointless read! If it weren't for the art I would have rated it even lower. I suppose one could consider the stories sweet, but still, they're just so senseless. Oh my, why did I bother reading this one...
I will forEVER love you Takashima Kazusa Sensei. Your work are always so beautiful and hits me in the heart. I am sadden to know that you are not doing anymore mangas ;________; I hope.... to see more work from you in the future... I hope you stand up tall and show who's boss cause your awesomeness is too EPIC! x>>>>> I wish you well >///<
Its so cute and cool and fits my love for crossdressers. i don't know why, but crossdressing and bi/gay/lesbo people fascinate and interest me. reading stories with tht kinda thing (especially ones with gay love) have always kinda been my weak point. and this one just happens to hit my favorites. gay and crossdressing, not to mention tribal and historic without all that nasty info that i don't want to know. that's what school is for. anyways, art is FANTASTIC!! one of the best (esp. for yaoi) i've ever seen in while. i loved the plot line. it's sooo worth it, and as i said earlier...it hits my soft spot. the yaoi parts are short, to the point, and make me feel like this is just BL, but that's cool. becuse this story is awesome. see? i gave it a 10.
We need more Embas in the world and also of the straight variety XD I loved the story, the art is beautiful and the plot is interesting. I loved the setting, loincloths For the Win! I wish it was longer, and I would like to know what happened with Selem and Yuni now that they are interesting old guys. Oyaji action Recommend it, so read it nao!!! O:<
... Last updated on December 13th, 2011, 3:31pm
It was an okay read but nothing special. The art is fine but there's better. The characters were okay but not that interesting and the story also wasn't great. The tribal setting is interesting but it doesn't come across as authentic. I expected better but for a one time read it's acceptable.