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Hikari is a quiet, shy boy who secretly admires his senpai, Kizaki. Or, are Hikari's feelings deeper than he has admitted to himself? It also appears that Hikari has caught the eye of one of his teachers. What will become of Hikari?
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Aijin wa korosareru
One of the things that got me about this manga was the main character Hikari's expressions. They were fantastic. Umetarou's ability to display devastation is admirably good. Hikari is by far the most likable character in the manga, and I found the ending to be particularly disappointing because of that, akin to what everyone else has said. If the ending were better, I would have given it a 10, but as it is just sort of... ended, I give it a 9. A sequel would be nice, something set perhaps 10 years into the future.
Beautiful art and a gripping story.
Aijin wa Korosareru
The drawing's mediocre but the story is very heartrending. I can understand why some readers don't like the ending. It seemed as though Hikari's bound to a sad, and lonely relationship of unrequited love. But personally, I think it's the perfect ending. I believe the whole point of the conclusion was not his relationship with the sensei but ultimately his recovery of inner strength by being able to love and fight for that love. Hikari's life is pretty tragic, coming from a broken family and feeling rejected all along. His brave decision to be honest and face his feelings for the one he loved is what ultimately saved him. I love the story.... Hey, but that's just me. Peace!
... Last updated on April 8th, 2008, 10:03am
pretty good manga. A lot of romance of some sort........not very typical......a student teacher relationship.....