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Description
People are starting to act very odd around Norio. This average, normal boy is suddenly getting a lot of unwanted romantic attention and he canít figure out why! A broken leg and a fall down the stairs into the arms of a handsome stranger set off the beginnings of an explanation, and it is one Norio never could have possibly imagined. Soon a whole new world opens up for Norio, revealing a secret society of special people evolved from animals other than monkeys. This society has a complex structure and its members are ranked by rarity and desirability, and it turns out that Norio is a particularly rare breed and his DNA is in much demand! How will he survive in this modern jungle where heís suddenly the prey?

Type
Manga

Related Series
N/A

Associated Names
狂野情人
野性类恋人
Love Pistols

Groups Scanlating
Beastality Scanlations
Nakama
Okaeshi
achuchu
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Latest Release(s)
v.6 c.35 by Beastality Scanlations (2207d ago)
c.30 by achuchu & Okaeshi & zuutsu-chan (2741d ago)
v.2 c.Omake by achuchu & Okaeshi & pgrape (2749d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
9 Volumes (Ongoing)

Completely Scanlated?
No

Anime Start/End Chapter
Starts at Vol 1, Chap 2
Ends at Vol 2, Chap 9

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Forum
5 topics, 33 posts
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User Rating
Average: 8.7 / 10.0 (570 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.58 / 10.0
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9+
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Last Updated
December 20th 2016, 7:37pm PST


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Year
2004

Original Publisher
Biblos (2004)
Libre Shuppan (2007)

Serialized In (magazine)
Junk! Boy (Libre Shuppan)
Magazine Be x Boy (Libre Shuppan)

Licensed (in English)
Yes

English Publisher
SuBLime (9 Volumes - Ongoing; Digital)

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #587 increased(+170)
Monthly Pos #1008 increased(+41)
3 Month Pos #1118 decreased(-81)
6 Month Pos #1047 decreased(-43)

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On 1773 reading lists
On 408 wish lists
On 103 unfinished lists
On 453 custom lists

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Forum Posts
Volume 9 211 days, 7 hours, 23 minutes ago
What happened to this Manga? 1113 days, 0 hours, 12 minutes ago
Sex Pistols Status? 1113 days, 0 hours, 13 minutes ago
Sex Pistols to Resume in Japan 1624 days, 22 hours, 35 minutes ago
In SEX PISTOLS, which chapters are about the Bear/Kuma ? 1879 days, 10 hours, 54 minutes ago

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An onlsaught of too many diffrent couples!   
Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
by alicewhite3151998
January 29th, 2017, 7:31am
This was good, but I felt that as I went I would have apreciated the manga more if it stopped introducing more characters into the story so fast because it became a little confusing to me. I would have preferred it to have touched on some of the other characters stories more in depth, then went on an introduced mew characters, then re-touching on some of the precious ones so it wasn't so predictable that after one couples story there would be an entirely diffrent one...
Overall, after the story of
Tsuburaya Norio × Madarame Kunimasa
Madarame Yonekuni × Fujiwara Shiro (Shirou)
After their stories ended I found myself really disinterested with the rest of the new couples that the author tried to weave in. I was really disappointed when I kept reading thinking that there would be another segment in the manga that re-touched on their story, but sadly, never happened.
In the end, I mostly started to skim the manga after that and from time to time read the sections that seemed intresting. I really got fed up in all the other characters, especially Karen Tokashiki, Manami Madarame.

I stopped reading after ch 44.

... Last updated on January 29th, 2017, 7:55am
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meh,,,   
Rating: N/A
by achii-chan
January 8th, 2017, 8:28am
I like this, I guess from volume 1 to 4 but now the story is just getting longer.... confusing. I've read the volume 8 and 9 (bought the digital) I'm sorry to say but I'm not satisfied. TT_TT
Too many characters that I can't count anymore. TT_TT
Though, Hoping for a good ending.
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Pretty Good   
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
by Meilee123
December 22nd, 2016, 10:49pm
This author doesn't really know about story progression.
As interesting as her ideas are, I can't find any of her works that have good follow-through. They are all oneshots and short stories. Maybe she can but doesnt want to. But yeah, that isnt going to appeal to the majority of readers who want a full fleshed story.
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9 volumes, since 2004 - present   
Rating: N/A
by pcdiaries
May 21st, 2016, 9:05am
The earlier volumes, 1&2, and maybe 3, are so much better, it gets more confusing as the story progress. Read up till vol. 8 now and
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
the main couple still haven't done it
, so this might be called slow romance?
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
However, other couples have done it, plus with multiple partners too. Monogamous is almost, or even, none existing in this manga


... Last updated on May 21st, 2016, 9:12am
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Good, intricate and can be confusing   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by FeyPhantom
December 13th, 2015, 4:36am
I think one of the important ways to approach this manga is to consider it like a series of interconnected stories. There is some plot that slowly develops and quite a bit of world-building, but the majority is divided between many different couples and depicts their love stories. It does take a bit of work to remember every character's name, but if you don't try too hard, for the most part you can follow along with the current pairing's story and you'll just miss out on some cameo mentions and appearances.

I liked the art for the most part. It actually had a bit of an older vibe to it and since I like the BL style from the 90s it's not surprising I like this. Then again, I've read a LOT of BL of all kinds of styles and there are many styles I like far less so it could also be that. I'd say give it a chance to grow on you and hopefully it will.

As for the world, I thought this story has an interesting world built up. Animal souls and gay pregnancies, secret societies and strength classes - the mangaka obviously put a lot of thought into it. On the flip side, there's a lot for the reader to put to memory so if you're just looking for a light romance, this one probably requires too much thinking! Also, sometimes I felt very confused by where the story was going and just had to read through before I understood what exactly was going on, which seems to be due to the mangaka having such an intricate plot and not quite playing it out as easily as it should've been for an audience who doesn't have all the background knowledge on the story. That's mostly where I deducted points from my rating.

Basically, this is not an easy-to-read BL and don't get into it thinking it will just be the romance of the original protagonist. There are multiple protagonists and love stories throughout, connected mostly through a particular family. If the supernatural elements or world sound interesting to you, by all means consider picking this one up.

Oh, and can I just say
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
the motif of "See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil" to define the relationship between 'normal' people and the madararui is ingenious and comical at the same time!
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You need patience, and it totally worths it   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by lana1413
November 8th, 2015, 7:20am
The art was terrible at first, but it has been gradually better and more gorgeous (& hot). The story is intersting, too. Personally, I think this is the best in the ABO (alpha/beta/omega) yaoi genre. However, I found the latest couple (the oldest brother x the mermaid) rather confusing. I hope the manga will be continued soon this year or next year.
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Interesting manga   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Qinni
October 17th, 2014, 2:01pm
I don't get why some people are rating it 3/10 even when they said they liked it. 3/10 is a shit mark, something I'd give to a really shitty manga with bad art and bad story. Anyways.

Sex Pistols' story's at least fairly interesting, especially with the animal stuff, which isn't something you'd usually find in BL. Yes, there's cliche troupes, and mpreg isn't unique per-se, but I've been reading yaoi for 10 years now and I've actually never seen another serious m-preg yaoi before (where it's not fetishized), only in fan-fiction. There are also a lot of characters and pairings so if you get confused easily, this probably isn't the manga for you.

Personally I love the style. The artist knows anatomy well and the poses are natural and doesn't have that stiffness some artists have when they're not very good. If you don't like the style, that's one thing, but the art, from an objective, technical point of view, is good, and the artist clearly knows her shit when it comes to technique.

My only beef with it is the more recent chapters, where everything is EXTREMELY confusing no matter how many times i've read it. The story has become disjointed and I feel like there's something missing. Also that it hasn't updated for the past two-three years now >.>;;. but...oh well. I still like it nevertheless and has read it a few times already.
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I don't like it...but...   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by Fujoshi66
September 15th, 2014, 10:16am
First of all, the art. It's not good. I've definitely seen worse (Fujisaki Kou), but I still don't like it. I can barely keep up with the characters and I have little to no interest in them to begin with. Hell, I don't even remember their names. Fuck, I didn't even KNOW their names!

They might be interesting and I probably should've read on more to have confirmed that, but everything made me gag, so I stopped. Yes, I suppose that's bad judgement, but listen here. This's how I role:

IF I DON'T WANNA EVEN LOOK AT YOUR CHARACTERS, THEN I HAVE NO RIGHT TO LEARN ABOUT YOUR CHARACTERS.

This shouldn't have been a Yaoi manga. Maybe a comedic straight Hentai or just a supernatural manga in general. I'm sure it's not bad per se, I just don't feel like looking at the reasons why it's not bad. This manga is just not fit to be Yaoi.

... Last updated on September 15th, 2014, 10:19am
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Like it, but definitely flawed   
Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
by Twitchit
June 7th, 2014, 1:11pm
...in terms of yaoi manga, that is.
- The artwork takes a little getting used to, because it's inconsistent and generally goes from semi-cute(-ish) to downright gonk sometimes. I agree with some of the other commenters on how it seems like the mangaka is trying to get away with the least amount of work possible, because the backgrounds tend to be very plain and/or simplistic. Sometimes, there's no background at all - just a lazy tone meant to set off the plain white. This is getting better as the manga goes on, but then it starts suffering from lack of directionality due to a large amount of details. On the other hand, some of the character design is more complicated than it needs to be, and sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between one character to another before conversation starts.
- The plot itself is interesting, but it easily gets lost in the myriad of details that flood the chapters. This is especially true in the first volume (when they introduce madararui), and when they introduce the madarame family and/or friends. I guess I belong to a sect of readers that doesn't mind it when new characters and backstories pop up within the main plot line, but the mangaka should have really planned out the introductions better. While I liked Shima's and that bat-dude's stories, I did kind of wonder why their backstory was introduced before their present-day entrance (or in the case of bat-dude, came right on top of it). It would have flowed easier if their backstories came as side-stories first instead of stealing the spotlight from the main plot. And then, of course, there's the incessant need to refer to a chart of some sort in order to realize the relationships between all the characters. It's too complicated too soon. I admire Tarako-sensei's ambitious world-building, but the general flow of plot gets distorted with too much in a short amount of time. I literally fazed out when they were explaining how a male gets pregnant with the bear dude (worm? parasite?) and that affected how I read later.
- Half the time I was reading, I was convinced that part of the chapters were missing because the plot skips so many important little details. Shima's & Hiromasa's story? Where the crap did the "possessed by the devil" worm condom come in? You think you would at least see a piece of that story SOMEWHERE, but no, it just comes in like a last-minute addition - which is really annoying. All in all, too many mysteries, not enough details in the right places, too much in others, and rather lazy artwork. Still, I liked Love/Sex Pistols, so I'll probably keep reading.

... Last updated on June 7th, 2014, 1:15pm
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Stay off this manga   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by mashimaro12345
May 15th, 2014, 11:14pm
1. Started off good, it had a so-so type of art and it had real potential with a good dose of comedy.
2. Went off tangent. WTH, the author should have been focusing on the main characters but instead introduced us to this bloody messed up family, and a father is actually a woman and a mother can be a man it was too confusing.
3. I do not want to know about everyone's love life in this manga. Seriously. NO. I do not need to know about Norio's lover's father's relationship, Norio's lover's mother's relationship (before meeting the current lover), do not want to know the love life of Norio's lover's brother's parents (before meeting and after meeting each other and how they had this shitty affair), do not want to know each of Norio's lover's siblings' love life. No, really, I don't.
4. It became disturbing. The whole family is messed up I tell you.
5. How is it relevant to the main story where we have to read this bloody love life of an arabian man who kidnaps his lover to this country and slaps him when his lover scolded him? No relevance whatsoever. Then suddenly every one comes together for this christmas party. WOW.
6. Art became worse. It should be a horror story manga, instead of yaoi. What attracts girls to read yaoi are the plot and art. Plot was already shitty, and the art, WTF. As I said, it was average in the beginning, then the author slacked off. Too lazy to draw proper eyes? Easy peasy, just colour them black like demons. Should this guy have beard? Not sure, let's give him beard for these two pages then take the beard off for the next two pages and repeat. Lazy in drawing the hair of characters? Whatever, let's not care about the hair and let's just draw a few strokes of lines. That's hair. To top it all off, everything lacks detail.
7. Norio is supposed to be some high class breed. Ok goody. What should Norio do when he meets an enemy? Hmm, not sure, but since he's some high class breed lets give him some super power by having these lazer beam eyes, just one go will do. Wow, what a way to solve a problem in this manga.
8. 7 volumes on, and Norio's lover finally decides that he actually likes Norio and does not look at him as a breeding machine. It took THAT long to come to this. WHY? Because the author wanted us to be grossed out by everyone's love life. We'll never get to see the end of this manga at this stage.
9. Norio is now always feeling insecure, and really, why read a character who does not worth your time?
10. Sorry I even read this manga, I can accept rape, BDSM, and semes who treat their uke like crap but not this one. Art is bad, plot is worse. What's with these muscular men hugging each other and acting like drag queens? Nah, I'm not prepared for this.
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