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From DokiDoki: Fujimoto Hiroya is at the top of his class. He's the Student Council Vice President, spends all his time studying, and is the idol of all the "good girls". But the truth is, he'd trade it all just for the chance to be someone else... someone popular, outgoing and carefree... Someone like Masaki.
Masaki's what Fujimoto's friends would call an "idiot". He'd rather play soccer than study, almost never cracks a book, and is popular with all the "normal" kids. He's got flashy clothes, bleached hair and a reputation just as lousy as Fujimoto's is good.
In the summer of Fujimoto's freshman year of high school, he resolves to change his image and his life... all to make friends with Masaki. But can dyed hair, new clothes and a piercing really change a person inside?
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I've enjoyed it a lot:)
Yes, "Yatteraneeze!" is really cute I think manga is getting better while reading, so even if you didn't find it interesting at first, it could be ok for you later. It's a pity I've already read the 7th volume;) PS.I like Chisato, because he's handsome;)
... Last updated on December 20th, 2007, 4:28pm
I was in a divided mind about this one. At first sight it seemed to be boring with a familiar plot and an unbelievably innocent uke (Imagine another Ayase in high school uniform, this time just a bit smarter but a lot funnier) Hiroya the bookworm is easily the type that would throw me out of the book before finishing the very first chapter, but surprisingly this time he turned out to be the hook. He's my favorite, yet until now I don't have the foggiest idea of how I have been attracted that much. Like Ayase, he started dummy and girly, He'll grow more mature throughout the story though.
Started with a set of impossible events but later the series turned out to be more realistic than most of yaoi out there. It does deal with AIDS and (a little bit) with homophobia. However everything is dealt with in such romantic manner that it's truly yaoi by no mistake. Those twists and turns have successfully generated a bitter-sweet scene around Yatteranneeze! and it wouldn't be far-fetch to say it's a yaoi classic.
... Last updated on December 7th, 2012, 6:11pm
great (except volumes 3,4)
This is a good title- by the time you're finished you really feel like you've been through the long, satisfying journey along with Masaki and Hiroya. Unfortunately, volumes 3-4 are just boring fillers with with cliche stories about gangs of bullies, jealous girls, the woes of organizing the school festival and so on. However, the story does pick up again in volume 5. I must say the the story ends a little oddly, though. Instead of the usual emotional ending you get a normal ending that seems like it belongs to a regular mid-volume chapter. One extra end chapter could have done wonders.
Masaki and Hiroya are both likable characters, even though I was very annoyed with Hiroya's initial extreme naivete. Yes, this is the type of uke that would almost be raped by a minor character but wouldn't dare think badly of them because of it. The good news is that he does get better as the series progress. The artwork in the early volumes can look a little outdated (the series started in 1994) but later volumes don't suffer from this problem. This series is perfect if you're in the mood for a long high school love story!
... Last updated on December 2nd, 2007, 1:45pm
I read this whole manga 4 or 5 times and i'm not gonna stop there! Ever since I read this manga it has been my favourite, this manga is truely amazing! I HIGHLY recommend it!!
... Last updated on March 5th, 2008, 11:03pm
Pretty good and touching...
Pretty good and touching. However, the ending could've been more interesting.
this is one of the softer yaoi compare to the other ones AKIZUKI Koh did.....good.
I love Yatteranneeze! All BL fans should read this. It's very well thought and it touches some important issues. And that doesn't happen much in BL stories. ;D Sometimes there can be too much fucking and no story.
I love this manga! Love the plot, characters and art :3 !!!!!
I thought this was an enjoyable series that touches upon some serious issues; I only wish the author had pursued the issues more seriously rather than using them as simple/frivolous plot devices. That said, I did enjoy how the author portrayed not only the budding love between the two protagonists but also the inner conflict of one who was initially prejudiced against homosexuality...
l really really liked reading this yaoi series! The art is really adorable! I luved how the story & characters were developed!! like how Hiroya changes from a silent student to much more daring one and how he slowly accepts Takashi.. And as fpr Takashi.. well, I guess I think it's cute how he chases after Hiroya's heart, the changes and things he undrtakes just to keep as close to Hiro as much as possible! ^-^ Well, yaoi & shonen-ai fans, I suggest u give this story a shot and I garantee u that u won't regret it! >,@