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Deki no Ii Kiss, Warui Kiss  
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Volume 1:
1-4) Deki no Ii Kiss Warui Kiss
Single 32 year old porn comic artist, Atarashi Tetsuo, has to adjust to his new life living with his estranged 14 year old gay son, Enomoto Haruka. Not only does he have to come to terms with his son's sexuality, he also has to find a way to get out of his own sexual crisis, impotence.

Volume 2:
1-4) Deki no Ii Kiss Warui Kiss
Tetsuo finally learns the true reason behind his best friend Enomoto Michiro's divorce, and he is left reeling from the shock and betrayal. Angry and confused, Tetsuo seeks out Momoyama Kiichi to in order to find his own answers. Could it be that he isn't really impotent? What does it takes to make him tick?

Volume 3:
1-3) Deki no Ii Kiss Warui Kiss
After having sex with Kiichi, Tetsuo has pretty much come face-to-face with the fact that heterosexual sex just doesn't do it for him. To make matters worse, as soon as he realizes this, he is besieged by constant wet dreams involving the boy who Haruka has a major crush on, Tamaki Hiroto. Things reach a crisis point when Tama-chan catches Tetsuo masturbating while calling out his name! What is Tetsuo to do?! How is he going to face Haruka, who he has betrayed; answers Michiro, who has confessed to him; and Kiichi, his one-night-stand?

Ichimura finally gets his own tattoo, yakuza style. Sakiya is against it but Ichimura's insistence to show his love and loyalty won him over. (This was also published as chapter 6 of volume 3 of Hanagumi Ninkyouden)


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Associated Names
Deki no Ii Kiss Warui Kiss
Deki no Ii Kisu Warui Kisu
Kiss All the Boys

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Latest Release(s)
v.1 c.2 by Bliss over 10 years ago
v.1 c.1 by Bliss over 10 years ago
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Status in Country of Origin
3 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (139 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.33 / 10.0
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March 4th 2018, 12:30am PST



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Rating: N/A
by tjhyy
November 20th, 2016, 3:04pm
I love that everyone got a happy ending, but I'm frustrated that Momoya and Michiro don't have a spin-off! A really cool guy with an adorable sensitive guy! I looked through the other mangas, and I can't find more on them! Why! WHY?! I just want some adorable fluff!
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Kinda regret reading it   
Rating: N/A
by Hermaphrodite
May 14th, 2016, 11:57am
Don't get me wrong, I like Kano Shiuko and her works, this manga is just an exception that it really disturbed me.
The ending was rushed and the pairings just felt wrong it shocked me.
Now that I've finished reading 3 volumes in one go, I deeply regret doing so - I should read the review and keep it untouched.
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about the coupling/s...   
Rating: N/A
by So-chan
October 28th, 2012, 7:38am
(writing this just after finishing the 2nd chapter, I'll finish reading but I just hafta get this off my chest)

if you're someone who feels uncomfortable reading BL if you don't know who will be who in the pairing/coupling, who's seme/uke, and has a strong dislike for seke charas then we can relate w/ each other and I might have some answers with me...
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
so the lead here is Tetsuo, Haruka's papa, and remember the guy he gave a handjob? well with that guy and Tetsou, Tetsou seems like the uke, yes? then there's Tama-chan, and Tama-chan and Tetsou's 1st interaction bothered me so I hafta stop reading and I know reading comments of the manga will help me, and I learned some stuffs though the manga was spoiled (not mad, I don't mind spoilers really). So, the ending of the manga is actually Tetsou x Tama-chan. gave me a bit shock at 1st coz I wanted Tetsou to be uke but I wasnt all that disappointed

if you've been reading Kano-sensei's works before this, then you'd know sensei's uke when sensei presents them. there's always a pattern, like how Ootsuki Miu's uke have their feminine eyes with their long lashes bigrazz and I just happen to finish reading Yakuza in Love so the uke there and this particular person here kinda resemble each other so it's not that big a shock if you're familiar with Kano-sensei's style, yes?

even though I'm not even halfway through the manga, I like it and I feel I'll like it to the end or maybe I'll really really like it biggrin Kano-sensei makes really good BL, and if you're bored this will give you a fix for sure ^ ^

... Last updated on October 28th, 2012, 7:42am
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it felt wrong... :<   
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by liontaraki
January 15th, 2012, 10:27am
the only thing i liked was the extra story and that because it was somewhat innocent and sweet. the main story was a big let-down. it felt so wrong watching all guys doing h stuff with each other, without any romance background, it was one of the few yaoi i felt so disturbed while reading. :<
oh, and the ending felt rushed.
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More please D:   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Sasageru
June 19th, 2011, 2:27pm
This was a great read, good art for the most part and a fun story line. It was amusing without being too silly and there was a rather complex range of characters and emotions flying around. My only complaint, and this is a major complaint, is that it was too short! I want more xD none of the pairings had solid conclusions, do they get together, don't they?
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too short   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by Nyajinsky
June 13th, 2011, 2:39pm
I liked it, it was funny, like really funny, not embarassing and totaly unexpected. but the romances were just too fast, they could straggle a bit more, I mean, there were 3 couples, and only 3 volumes, well maybe it's because I always read longer series, but this was too fast. if there was more drama, I could give it more than 7,5. I would described it with the word "funny".....(but not very romantic).

Spoiler (mouse over to view)
I didn't like it when the uncle (who was in love 15 years or so) and the son, changed love interests so quickly. they were taking it too good.

And I mean, jeez, they had 15!!! 15!!!! oh, but overall, it was funny.

... Last updated on June 13th, 2011, 2:40pm
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Really Good   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by KaoriNite
June 5th, 2011, 12:10pm
I love that the pairings aren't obvious from the beginning. Some may be annoyed at the pairings at the end, but for me they worked and its cool that they weren't predictable. And for some reason I really love yaoi that deals with a father-son relationship. Its just cool that the manga didn't only show romantic relationships, but also family relationships, and friendship.
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Rating: N/A
by pleochroic
March 6th, 2011, 3:11am
the pairings at the end bothered me. i think it's because we spend most of the time seeing certain characters and learning about them, and then crisis happens, and *boom* all of a sudden everything is different -- and everyone gets used to it within days! i just didn't buy it; it felt ... manipulated, as if kano wanted to screw with the readers and our expectations. i wouldn't have minded if this had happened to one pairing, but to all of them? uh hn. and while i can see this sort of thing happening to haruka (he is 15; sure) and sort of to tetsuo (he's in the closet and in serious denial), i don't for a second believe it with michiro. tying up all the ends so quickly doesn't work in the manga's favour; i could have gotten used to it if we had 3 more volumes in which the new relationships can grow more slowly, but as it stands i am just grumpy.

screwing with my expectations is something i generally LIKE in fiction. except in genre fiction. i read that for very specific reasons, and i want my expectations to be fulfilled, or i'll feel somehow cheated. the problem is of course that BL is a ghetto genre; authors are locked into it the moment their manga is about love/sex between men because nobody else but genre publishers will touch it. BL authors who experiment are still published by the same people who publish the regular BL stuff, and it's not possible to tell when something follows genre rules and when it falls outside of them, unless an author is already well-known for doing it. i would have liked this manga a lot more if i had known that kano was gonna screw with me, but coming at it straight from all her other work this felt like a slap with a dead fish. and she didn't even give me her usual amount of great sex, darn it.

that said, this isn't a bad manga at all; kano is pretty reliably a decent author and artist. it just didn't didn't give me what i read it for. i won't rate it because i don't think i can be fair to it at this point. (i just now read the summary which has been changed since i last looked at it, and wow, that is spoilery. who wrote that; deux?)

... Last updated on March 6th, 2011, 3:46am
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Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by LovelyCookie
December 1st, 2010, 2:39pm
Most unpredictable couples ever. It was a nice change to not know what was going to happen for a change. Still, I can't give it a 10 because I would have much preferred if my predicted couples had stayed together. I think they matched better, and that it's a distinct possibility that the mangaka changed things around just for the sake of surprising the readers and not because the couples went well together.
Spoiler (highlight to view)
I really wanted Tetsu to be an uke

... Last updated on December 1st, 2010, 2:41pm
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Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by arion:susumu
June 22nd, 2010, 5:43am
At first I was dubious about this manga for various reasons. As soon as I read it, I was blown away. I actually ordered all three volumes, it really is good enough to buy.

First of all, the characters. There were just enough to make it interesting, and I liked all of them. Every single one had something special that just made you smile.

The only reason I gave it a nine was because of the art. By Shiuko's standards, it was great, but the style can be kind of off-putting for a lot of people. There were some dodgy angles, etc etc, but at the same time there were also many panels that were breathtakingly gorgeous.

And then there's the plot. After reading reviews, people were describing some parts as 'sad' and having 'complicated relationships'. This is one of the reasons I was put off, because although I don't like very predictable manga, I'm the type of person who hates it even more when manga leaves emotions and relationships no clear at the end. This manga, however, managed to tie it all up beautifully, which was actually astonishing given how intricate the plot was, well, for a yaoi manga at least. Also, there weren't any irritating 'emotion-speeches', Shuiko managed to implicitly put in what the reader wanted to know, to describe subtly. Many mangakas, and even authors, find it difficult to do this, and Shiuko did great.

Also, there were other topics aside from yaoi, the most notable being family and children. The problems were realistic and really added to the impact of this manga. However, it was also pretty funny, I did have a difficult time smothering my laughter at points (I was reading it at night when the rest of the house was asleep ;D).

Overall, I would definitely recommend this manga. It isn't one that will be forgotten quickly, thats for sure.

Spoiler (highlight to view)
Tama was also freaking adorable, I just knew that him and Tetsuo were going to get together at some point. I think that made it even more great. I would have been kind of dissapointed if he had ended up with Momoyama... But thats just me. :)
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