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Yes It's Me  
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Description
A collection of short stories.

1) Love Dancing Beneath My Eyelids
College student Numakami has known for a long time that his classmate Mahara is in love with him. But Mahara is pure, innocent - and still a virgin. For some inexplicable reason, this makes Numakami feel annoyed at being the object of his affections.

2) She's Missing
Yanagi is in love with Kobayashi, who can't seem to stop talking about Adachi - a girl in their class. What will become of these three teenagers and their complex relationship?

3) Minun Musiikki
A quiet pianist and an obnoxious, outspoken cellist often find themselves alone in the music room together...

4) Yes It's Me, (5) Yes It's You, (8) Yes That's It
The story revolves around Toma, who is head-over-heels in love...with himself! However, so is everyone else around him; and he knows that his business partner and old friend Enoki is no exception. Toma doesn't blame him -- after all, he is only the most brilliant, beautiful, and all-around perfect person to ever walk the face of the Earth! Who wouldn't fall for him? Weirdly enough, Enoki is convinced that Toma returns his feelings. But they should both know by now that there's no one he loves more than himself...right!?

6) Loathe!
"I love you. And I know exactly what you love and what you hate. But regardless of how much I love you or how much time we spend in each other's company, there are things I loathe about you as well..."

7) Dreams Unfold at Night
A serious story about transsexuality and gender issues.

Type
Manga

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Associated Names
Yes, It's Me

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Latest Release(s)
v.1 c.4-8 (end) by Storm in Heaven (967d ago)
v.1 c.3 by Storm in Heaven (1223d ago)
v.1 c.2 by Storm in Heaven (1243d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
1 Volume (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

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Average: 8 / 10.0 (178 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.83 / 10.0
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Last Updated
February 14th 2014, 4:28pm PST


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Year
2009

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Serialized In (magazine)
Marble (Tokyo Mangasha)

Licensed (in English)
Yes

English Publisher
Digital Manga Guild (1 Volume - Complete/Digital)

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #857 increased(+429)
Monthly Pos #2117 increased(+591)
3 Month Pos #3955 increased(+561)
6 Month Pos #5513 increased(+74)

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On 176 reading lists
On 185 wish lists
On 568 completed lists
On 12 unfinished lists
On 198 custom lists

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Completely agree with infinity9001   
Rating: 8.3 / 10.0
by 801crazed
August 9th, 2013, 9:42pm
The title story and it's related oneshots were the best ones in this volume. They were hilarious.

I really liked "Dreams Unfold at Night" too. The mangaka dealt with the topic very well.

The way "Minun Musiikki" was told/drawn was interesting. The pacing was unique.

"Love Dancing Beneath My Eyes" and "Loathe!" were both ok but nothing very special.

While reading "She's Missing", it felt like I was missing something. The ideas and sequences were good but it felt lacking in some way. Perhaps if the mangaka made this more darker and dwelled on the unhealthy perception the boys had on rape, this oneshot would have felt a bit more substantial to me.

... Last updated on August 9th, 2013, 9:43pm
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my type   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by tekiteki
July 15th, 2012, 8:47am
i'm in love with her manga ^^, the relationships she describes is just something I'm looking for in my real life - her characters are attentive and thoughtful, emotional and alive.
I wish there were a longer voluminous shounen ai/yaoi story from her, that I could read. Not only the short ones.
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Three   
Rating: N/A
by Yenoh
March 17th, 2012, 8:35pm
A few of the stories, I just clicked through because although there must've been some kind of underlying message or sweetness, it didn't really stick with me the way Yamashita Tomoko's other works do. Although I will say that I really enjoyed the title story, Yes It's Me. I seriously love the way Toma and Enoki's relationship works out. It's a refreshing type, because most of the time yaoi tends to be a little melodramatic and such. To be honest, I think that they're my favorite yaoi couple. The way Enoki's face is mostly deadpan, yet he can say things to Toma like being his object of lust, I find that really amusing. Toma's not bad himself, his narcissism is just amazing, haha. I knew that Yamashita Tomoko could make comic relief here and there, but to have a story that's not so serious like her other works is really nice. It just shows that not only can she make poignant, bittersweet ones, but funny ones as well.
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Some stories are fantastic, others aren't developed enough...   
Rating: 8.2 / 10.0
by infinity9001
February 23rd, 2012, 12:19am
Yamashita Tomoko is amazing at creating well rounded characters that seem really real, but since these were a whole bunch of one shots there isn't too much development. I like the art, but it's not as beautiful as say, Nekota Yonezou's, but it works and shows the emotions of the characters well.

The Enoki x Toma pairing was definitely my favorite. I haven't laughed that much for a BL manga in a really really long time. Their characters were so completely unique and their love was based off of so much more than the usual have-sex-and-then-suddenly-realize-how-beautiful-the-other-person-is storyline. They were definitely the most memorable and I'm glad they got 3 chapters.

The other pairings on the other hand were ok. The oneshot about gender issues was well done considering the topic it was dealing with, but there wasn't enough space to completely develop the ideas. I've seen better mangas dealing with gender issues (i.e. Welcome to Room 305), but it did fairly well for what it was attempting to do. The pianist pairing was fairly well done, but I'm probably not going to remember them in a couple of days and the very first pairing I've already sort of forgotten.

The second story I completely didn't understand. Perhaps I wasn't reading carefully enough or something, but there seems to be a love triangle between 2 guys and a girl (and since this is bl one of the guys is in love with the other one obviously). The relationship between the three seems to be complex, but there's not nearly enough space to develop it. What I ended up with, instead of what was potentially a good story, was a puzzled feeling that I was missing something really big. And the whole thing about the rape issue and how the boys deal with it regarding the girl was rather...disgusting.

Overall, an ok oneshot series. Read the Enoki x Toma stories for sure - they were really amazing. The rest I would skip unless you have time to waste.

... Last updated on February 23rd, 2012, 12:20am
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Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by lifeincircuit
January 24th, 2012, 12:45am
I love yamashita tomoko, and this is no exception. These were great little stories because they are interesting, which is pretty rare in the BL world. The characters are vividly multi-dimensional and feel tangible. One of the stories also lightly touches on gender, which is also NOT something you often see in manga(handled in a serious manner, anyway). Much respect.
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Loved it   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by kelly123456000
January 23rd, 2012, 9:31pm
There's nothing graphic, and the art is decent. At first I thought it was just like any other boys love manga, but there's just something about how the story and the character develop that really got me. I absolutely loved the story "yes its me" and its subsequent chapters, I found it absolutely hilarious and strangely refreshing. If you've got some time to spare, do pick this one up and give it a shot.
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Rating: 6.5 / 10.0
by Oriolidae
March 17th, 2011, 8:55am
Judging from one chapter is kind of hard, and I don't know if the first chapter is a oneshot or if it's continued in one of the next oneshots. If it isn't continued, it isn't that good a oneshot. Not really memorable, but let's wait and see, sometimes this mangaka makes some pretty interesting stuff.
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