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Is it better to give or to receive? Well, as the mood strikes you, how about both? Thatís the position of Reversible!
How date night at the movies turns into a relationship crisis for two co-workers; what a trip to the student council room could lead to between a student and his class president; why an angel and a human find themselves in a strange love relationship; how a fish-loving office managerís infatuation with a beautiful new employee quickly gets out of hand...
Note: Despite the title there are no reversible couples in this Anthology.
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I read it before aand was wondering why did I drop it. The first one is so nice and cute. The second one started funny and warm, yet the end is retarded. Not only just because he loves someone but also because they are still going out knowing that. Afterwards, the stories went downhill, bland art and stories. Never read it again.
Almost utter crap. Misleading title. Bad collection of stupid, shoddily drawn and poorly written short stories (and one shots are rarely good anyway.) Only the first story by Saki Takarai was any good but even that wasn't anything special, just okay. Waste of time and money.
I feel really shitted with this.
Most of the drawings suit my taste and some plots were really good but the title and the summary of this is totally misleading, thereís no reverse in this.
I hate this over selling. When will people realize that there are people with different tastes? You don't need to fake it to sell it.
The really sad part is that i end up hating this Manga when, probably i would like it if it wasn't for the misleading title -.-
Bad.. Just bad.
Except for TAKARAI Saki and some other author's work, the rest of the work (80%) is just very novice and bland. Very disappointed, but can't fail this one cuz the better authors just makes up for it.
Reversible? What reversible? BS.
... Last updated on March 6th, 2012, 12:00pm
Some cute ideas, but no real talent.
As the subject heading says, some of the ideas in this anthology were cute, but no one was able to execute them well. It was predictable, not engaging, and dull. The art wasn't horrible, but nor was it interesting.
It was all bland, except for when it was bad.
However, the scan quality was very good, so I gave it a 3 for that.
It's just a bunch of incomplete stories that leave you hanging :/ only a few(VEERY few) have a conclusion and they are mostly unsatisfying. Now I'm mad cause I want to now the ending of a few stories T_T Like all the other comments below, it's really disappointing, just read an online scalation you'll get mad if you spend money on it >.>
... Last updated on December 2nd, 2011, 4:28am
disappointed like everyone else
Seriously, what was the publisher thinking?? The stories are ok, but apparently not finished to any degree, it makes it really unfufilling to read as an anthology.
What I'm most annoyed about though if the completely misleading name and summary, none of the pairings show any hint of actually being riba, which is was I what I read it for--I mean, that's what it's marketed to be!
I bought my copy just because it has Fujimoto Haruki in it. After reading the anthology, I got utterly disappointed because this anthology is just a convoluted mess of first chapters pecked from here and there. It doesn't even count as a one shot.
If you're familiar with Fujimoto-sensei's work, you'll find that most of her work is comprised of one shot chapters. But in this anthology, for whatever reason, they took a story that is a part of a longer series and put in awkward snippets of it instead of one of her long list of good one shots. I have no idea what's reversible about the pairings. One of the pairings from Honami Yukine's oneshot (Kiss Scandal) is a good example of reversible, and it wasn't published here.
Reading the anthology just left me in a sense of confusion, like I just breezed through it and never know what was going on. Be careful when you buy anthologies, because you'll be getting something you don't like along with something you do. Usually if the anthology stay true to the theme it won't be as disappointing, but that's not the case here.
What was June thinking?
I'm pretty disappointed like the other reviewers. I thought this was an anthology of one-shots--not so. Many of the stories seem to be first chapters (or installments) of longer stories. One in particular, Tri-Color Love Story by Kazuha was well-drawn with interesting characters I wanted to know more about. There was no way anyone could think this story could stand-alone as a one-shot. Some of the stories were interesting, but of those, several felt unfinished, and some of the stories weren't all that interesting. I liked the first story, Tell Me You Like Me, about the two salarymen--nothing really original, but cute characters and nice art. There were a couple others that felt complete, but most of the ones I liked were ones that seemed to be just the beginning of a story.
If you want to read it, I suggest going to emanga.com and renting it. You buy points (500 for $5.50--the more you buy, the better the deal) and most manga are around 300 points for 3 days, so you're paying around $3 to read it instead of shelling out the $14.00 for the paper copy. If you rent a manga and like it, you can pay another 300 points (or so) and "keep" it which means you can go online and read it whenever you want. They don't have a huge selection, but they have some good ones.
The subject says it all. I like drawing of the artist (the cover) so I was so hyped up to read this manga, however, very disappointing. Literally, there is no beginning or an end to the short stories in this book. You can say not here or not there. No point if the story feels like the middle of the story rather like a sentence; there's a beginning, middle, and end.