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Aniki wa Tsunayoshi!  
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Fateful Encounters:
Tsunayoshi is Misao's big brother, though they're not related by blood. He used to be a juvenile delinquent, and his love for his little sister is constantly embarrassing Misao. Yet he's a good guy who will do anything to protect his little sister.
A powerful and dangerous brother x sister love battle begins!


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v.2 c.5-7 (end) by Loyal Kiss over 8 years ago
v.1 c.4 by Fateful Encounters over 8 years ago
v.1 c.3 by Fateful Encounters over 8 years ago
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2 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 6.8 / 10.0 (180 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.78 / 10.0
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Rating: N/A
by hotarusasaki
November 22nd, 2013, 5:53am
It's not that bad but i wouldn't say its amazing either. Just am Ok past time for when you're just randomly looking for something to read. btw what happened to Ukon-kun? It's also quite unrealistic but sometimes thats the charm of fiction/manga.
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Average Shoujo manga   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by kreatur
April 15th, 2013, 12:33pm
Average Shoujo manga with a hint of Josei smile
I actually thought it was josei in the first chapters, but it eventually turned to shoujo elements, which was a let down.
I enjoyed the manga for what it is, a nice but flawed story. This is based on my many years of reading manga, so if you're new to this you might rate it higher due to some interesting events i've already read many times in other manga.
Give it a try.
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Rating: 7.9 / 10.0
by Hell_Clues
May 7th, 2012, 6:15pm
I don't agree with the other comments that seem to think this is somehow too real or anything like that, it just isn't. The art is fine and it's established all the time that they aren't siblings. They didn't act any more like siblings than how people in shoujo manga tend to act towards friends. There's about one joke about porn in the entire work, and the dude acts nothing like a perv(and the manga doesn't go for gags often either).

This manga is basically is more about an age gap that creates a big bro type of situation except in this case, He is legally her bro because their parents had recently remarried before dying by plot. But he isn't her guardian, her grandmother is, and her grandmother let him stay.

It is a pretty light manga, it goes through all the plots a longer series might in a shorter amount of time but never feels like the story is rushing. There's even time for a side couple of sorts, the girl in that couple actually ends up serving a story role as someone who's a bit more impulsive and aggressive than the Misao, and they become friends and she has someone to talk with.None of the characters annoying or unlikable.

The ending is a bit forced in the sense that she suddenly decides she needs to prove(or the mangaka does) something.
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
It's like in Toradora, she decides to go far away to school. Fact is she doesn't have a career plan and I doubt that there aren't colleges where she lives.

Basically if you like shoujo manga series where someone overlooks the heroine because they've known her too long or think of her like a kid, as a sister ect, this is like one but in about 1/3 the time.

... Last updated on May 7th, 2012, 6:31pm
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Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
by cobalt_rain
March 30th, 2011, 6:03pm
this manga why did i read it? if i could unread manga i think i would unread this one haha
the art is bad, the premis is cliche but the plot is uncomfortable... maybe because it was to real...i don't usually mind step-sib love but this one made me angry
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Aniki wa Tsunayoshi!   
Rating: N/A
by Skaro
July 30th, 2010, 5:33pm
This is a nice story... not very deep like many other two-volume stories but nice all the same. It shows us two step sibling living together with their grandmother after their parents died in a car crash. The setting is a bit cliché but cute nonetheless. The big brother acts in really silly ways for his age when he is around his sister and doesn't want to admit he is in love with her.

The feelings are quite realistic, like jealousy, not realizing that you actually like someone, family love and respect, fear of what society might think about a relationship which is not "normal", etc.

The art takes a turn for the better around the 3rd or 4th chapter, specially when it comes to the main male character's hair. XD At the beginning he just looks like he woke up and didn't comb his hair before going to work and then in the second volume it looks a lot more like the bishies we all know from shoujo mangas.

If you like sibling - relationships and light mangas then this might be your thing. ^^
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Avoid if...   
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by deathbypenguin
January 15th, 2010, 11:25pm
Avoid if the idea of incest grosses you out. Even though they aren't blood related, the way they treat each other comes off as very sibling-ish. Step sibling romances don't usually bother me, but this one I found to be a bit icky. (I have an older brother, just so you know where I'm coming from. bigrazz )

As for the story, I think a good way to determine whether you would like it or not is to read the first chapter. It's pretty consistent all the way through, so if you like one chapter, you'll like the others.

Personally, I didn't enjoy this manga. The brother is immature and I found him highly unattractive personality wise. (He's a former delinquent turned school teacher. Where have I seen that before?) Humor consists of the brother behaving like a "pervert" (they love that word in manga don't they?), for example spending large amounts of money on porn. Then the sister becomes angry and hits him over the head with a frying pan... or something. Slapstick basically. When she really needs him though, he transforms into a "cool" dude... Yep.

There is a love rival that is introduced near the beginning than magically disappears later down the road and is forgotten about.

What stood out to me the most, is that the mangaka initially seems to have trouble with drawing subtle facial expressions. There is one part where the main character says something, we zoom in on the blank expressionless face of her brother, then jump back to the main character and her internal dialogue says something along the lines of, "Why did he make a face like that?"... I'm as confused as you are Misao. (main character's name.)

... Last updated on January 15th, 2010, 11:32pm
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