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From Storm in Heaven: Fraw and Kio are angels, and it's their duty to protect the passage of souls to Heaven. When the two were growing up, Kio always looked after Fraw. However, their roles are suddenly reversed when Fraw is promoted to one of the highest ranking classes of angel, and Fraw takes it upon himself to protect Kio. Can Fraw keep his new position a secret while the two battle against the Manifis, evil spirits that feed on humanity...?
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Angels and Wings
Angels. Beautiful, pretty, gorgeous, hot male angels. Oh, don't forget they have wings. Beautiful, pretty wings. i think you get my point by now. Pretty art.
I read this while it was just a oneshot and was like, there's no more? I read G-Defend by the same mangaka and it has great storyline. I'm expecting to be hooked with this one too. I'm already obsessed with the bond between Kio and Fraw.
I'm looking forward to the plot for this one. ^__^
... Last updated on February 22nd, 2009, 12:07pm
Totally in love
I love all the characters - they're strong, determined and all unique in their own way. The plot is so original and intriguing!! I am so in LOVE with this work, and this is defintely one of my favorite mangas.
Love how these angels really are drawn. They are some of my favorites! Strong characters with deep emotional bonds and an interesting story line. Looking forward to its continued scans.
I love absolute devotion. Fraw *adores* Kio. It's so unhealthy and yet.... This is a sugar-fest of a story with a good angsty-mysterious plot to support it. I love when the protagonists get loved on so much by everyone around him by being his cluelessly virtuous, kind self.
I don't think this is dull at all- on the contrary, it has a nice bit of action. Also, the art is gorgeous, the whole fantasy aspect is great, and the characters are so strong and sweet and amazing. I really love this! The plot is really interesting, too, I'm looking forward to seeing how this pans out. Oh, and the little celestial beasts are all drawn really adorably. Silk and Milk (the cats) are just so cute! The shonen-ai is very light, and more like... overly clingy friendship, haha, but the romance is still pretty sweet, and it's nice seeing how Kio and Fraw rely on each other. Read this, I totally recommend it
I'm not really sure this one is classified as "Shounen Ai" as Kio and Fraw seem more like BFFs than future romantic partners even if Fraw is somewhat clingy. The art is pretty, but the plot can get a bit repetitive at times.
This work could have gone further, but at the same time the ending didn't feel rushed. You get out of it pretty much what you expect from the genre combination of shojo and action. It's typical, yes, but to me that that isn't per se a bad thing in this case.
Satisfies the bish-angel corner of the heart
This is a very emotive series about happy, strong, affectionate, and tender-hearted bishie angels, who go about saving humans from demonic creatures. There's quite a lot of good action and battle scenes, and their angel wings are BEAUTIFUL.
They live in the angel world with their own society, only visiting earth to carry out their duties, and even though they have apparent M/F genders, they have zero sexuality (they're born from flowers). So calling this a shounen-ai is misleading, as there's no true romance/sex. But it has bromance in spades.
A great read if you want something that's got lots of feel-good, but isn't just fluffiness.
I just love it.
I don't know why, but I think this is one of my favorite mangas. At first it seemed kind of dull, I admit it, but the more chapter you read the more you get tangled up in the story. Is such a shame that a chapter gets translated like once a year. Here in my country, Italy, it is not being published so my only hope is that the group that has this project would be kind enough to translate a chapter once a month, but I know I'm pretending too much >3< Anyway, I totally raccomand it. C:
... Last updated on March 19th, 2014, 12:28pm
Lovely artwork, and does a great job of juggling a whole cast of characters who manage to remain quite distinctive from one another! No actual romance though; it's more deep friendship and loyalty themes.