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Yume ga Kanau 12-gatsu  
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Compilation of short stories:

1. Rabu. Sutori Ichi Musu (Love stream)

2. Wandering

3. Tomadoi
A mangaka falls in love at first sight with his new assistant editor. The mangaka's assistant who was a classmate of the assistant editor tries to be their cupid...

4. Fighting Love 20 Years

5. Fighting Love 2000

6. Refrain

7. Drifting and Whirling
Hero regularly dates with a younger and rich office worker for money! But soon, he can't keep such an unfaithful relationship...

8. The Miracle of Christmas
A homosexual college student who is working at a convenience store falls in love with his colleague, a heterosexual and gamblesome high school graduate. Hero keeps pretending to be a good friend but soon he can't anymore because the colleague finds a girlfriend. Then another colleague, a very fat boy who has a steady girlfriend tries to play cupid...



Related Series
Kibishii no de Aru (Adapted From)

Associated Names
Drifting and Whirling
Fighting Love 20 Years
Fighting Love 2000 Years
The Miracle of Christmas
Tomadoi (YAMADA Yugi)
Yume ga Kanau 12 Gatsu
Yume ga Kanau 12gatsu
Yume ga Kanau Juunigatsu

Groups Scanlating

Latest Release(s)
c.extra (end) by a-ngua & Ebonytear (36d ago)
c.6 by a-ngua & Ebonytear (53d ago)
c.2 by a-ngua (139d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
1 Volume (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?

Anime Start/End Chapter

User Reviews


User Rating
Average: 7.7 / 10.0 (75 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.4 / 10.0
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Last Updated
October 3rd 2016, 1:58pm PST



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Original Publisher
Takeshobo (2003, 2015 SE)

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Licensed (in English)

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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #795 increased(+249)
Monthly Pos #1514 increased(+426)
3 Month Pos #1468 increased(+638)
6 Month Pos #2596 increased(+656)

List Stats
On 315 reading lists
On 173 wish lists
On 209 completed lists
On 18 unfinished lists
On 152 custom lists

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Quite a solid collection   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by OmNom
October 18th, 2016, 12:18am
Yamada Yugi-sensei is among my favourite manga authors, so it's really no surprise that I'd eat up any work that she does release. Now that I can finally put this manga into my complete list after, what, 6 years..?, I can say with confidence that I really like it, and that it is so full of her signature traits just the way I remember them.

I love the way sensei tells her stories and how every scene gets transitioned into the next one so smoothly. It goes to show she has very thorough understanding of the medium she's using to express art, something probably acquired from the years of experience. Silly stories become hilariously so, while ones with a more serious tone get effectively layered and you can never really tell where they're heading next. Reading each story is almost like peeling one by one layer off of an onion in order to unravel the hidden meaning at the core, and in the process the stories become very interesting and worth all that exploring effort. What's even more amazing is that sensei manages to do this within the span of only a few dozen pages in each story, so not even one feels dull or out-of-place with the rest.

Also, the mangaka's use of comedic relief and timing is just superb, something I've noticed is generally lacking in more recent BL manga titles. The humour is so seamlessly woven into small cracks in between heavy emotional blocks of plot that I doubt most authors could even come close to sensei in terms of skills. There's no sudden mood swing or instances of distasteful comic relief disrupting important plot points and the designated atmosphere, which I seem to have come across recently more often than I wish to do.

I'm probably spending too much time singing praise in a comment on a page of an information site, but it's been so long since I last felt so passionate about a BL author and her works. Hopefully the scanlators have plans to do the rest of her unscanlated works in the foreseeable future too, haha.
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