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Ibitsu (OKADA Kazuto)  
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There is something a bit twisted inside of the teenage girl Madoka. It comes out one day when she has to deal with a groper on a public train. He may be scarred for life by the time she's finally through with him but for her, at least, this encounter may only be the beginning.

Alternative note: If you are a male sub or a Female Dom, then this manga might be to your liking. If you're a Male Dom, then go read Nana to Kaoru instead of this. Nana to Kaoru is a much happier Dom/sub romance manga, whereas Ibitsu turns dark toward the end chapters.


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v.7 c.62-63 by twomanscans about 1 year ago
c.61 by twomanscans about 1 year ago
c.60 by twomanscans about 1 year ago
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7 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 7.6 / 10.0 (162 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.43 / 10.0
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Last Updated
November 15th 2017, 1:12am PST



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Young Champion (Akita Shoten)

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Screwed up   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by Kamugin
March 8th, 2018, 6:02pm
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An otherwise good manga ruined by a very very bad ending. I have read some manga and watched anime with bad endings but this one is particularly bad, a huge let down. The art is good, the pace is good, the characters are good, specially Madoka, but the ending is such a let down, like a kick in the balls when you are about to climax. I could give it a 9 out of 10, but because of the ending my final score is 7/10.

... Last updated on March 8th, 2018, 6:04pm
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All's well that ends well   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Gandeloft
February 4th, 2018, 10:13pm
I have read this a couple of months back.
I don't want to delve too much in to detail since it would require some time. I just want to say that how this story ended totally made me feel, undisputably so. I felt something strong, and the ending completely decided in the favor of the story. I was not even all that in to the story, like, 6/10, but the way it ended, made me bring its rating up to 9/10. At first, it was just based on the ending, the 9/10, but as it did make me think a lot more, I simply concluded that I was stupid for having intended to give it anything less. I think I should raise it to 10/10, but then that would be lying, since I failed to enjoy it as purely as that. I dislike ratings on manga and anime though, placing a strict value on art is invalid to begin with.
The initial 6/10, it is naturally based on nothing other than personal preference.
Most prominently, it was based on the fact that they had
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never hugged each other.
That is very sad for me, and made me think not so well of the story because it seemed broken like that. But as I've said, the ending.. It made it obvious yet again how we humans are different. Just because the author didn't have the characters do the things I think that I would do if I had a deep affection with another, it doesn't mean that the author accidentally made for the feel of their relationship to be such. After all, I don't even know how it would go with me, I have only fantasy.

... Last updated on February 6th, 2018, 5:07am
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Tragic love comedy that could have been so nice, but in the end ...   
Rating: N/A
by Dickegrobe
December 30th, 2017, 4:51am
To me, Ibitsu starts out as a love story of two broken souls ... and then the author fucks it all up. But first things first.

If you have read Sundome by the same author (and liked it), you'll most likely also read Ibitsu at some point and will find a lot of parallels or similarities.

The art is quite enjoyable. Apart from Kakeguchi (male lead), who is drawn in a comically simplified and distorted manner most of the time, this manga goes for a simple, but somewhat realistic style. While most of the faces consist of a few simple lines (strokes? whatever) when shown from a certain distance, there is exceptional attention to detail in closeups -- especially when it comes to Madoka's (female lead) body. There is so much detail and it's frickin realistic ... man, I wish they'd make hentai like that (not the wobbly giant tits bullshit and/or genitalia drawn by people who apparently don't know much about human physiology), but I digress. Anyway, art-wise this one looks pretty much like Sundome.

As for the story, well, that's another thing.

Both leads are brought together by some train groping incident. Madoka is groped by an unknown person in the train and Kakeguchi is (falsely?!*) accused.
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* The way it is shown, you don't get to see who actually did it, but it looks pretty much as if it was someone else and Kakeguchi was just close when the train suddenly brakes ... and Madoka mistakenly catches him as perpetrator. Also, he is introduced as being way too feared of (real life) women and by no means bold enough to just try to finger bang a girl on the train. I'm not sure I remember everything right, but at some later time -- I think -- it is suggested that he might have been the one after all. That seemed inconsistent and left me a little confused. Figure it out yourself.
However, as Madoka -- through another ... erm ... incident -- gets an idea that Kakeguchi might be just as broken as her (or: kind of complementary to her), she takes an interest in him and forces herself into his home and life. And there starts our strong-female-lead-weak-male-lead super erotic love comedy. Now, if this was anything like Sundome, you'd expect some really heavy blows to the gut and heavy foreshadowing of tragic things to come -- you'll get both. There will be bonerising sex play (doesn't matter if you're not into the stuff that is shown -- it's still frickin hot!). There will be a villain, there will be ... other stuff. There will be danger. There will be laughter. There will be tragedy.

Yada yada yada

However, as both leads come closer to each other, you'll find yourself hoping that everything works out in the end. And it really could. The story would allow for a happy ending (after encountering quite a few obstacles).
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After some heavily foreshadowed tragic climax, where the only school friend of Madoka -- who is/was in sexual relationship with the teacher that harasses and abuses Madoka (punch) -- turns batshit crazy out of jealousy (punch punch punch) and splashes acid into Madoka's face (at this point you were expecting something like that ... worse maybe), there is a clean way out of all this mess: Said friend and the teacher are taken into custody or something like that (the point is: the danger is averted). And everything COULD end in a nice way.

But here the author goes for another route: Time jump. Kakeguchi turned crazy, too, caring for a doll modelled after Madoka as if it was her (he's been a ... doll-guy all this time and made that doll when Madoka and him lived together). Madoka accidentally hears of some crazy doll-guy and knows it is him. She attempts to find him. So, for the sake of an even heavier punch, it is made very clear that whatever was between the two leads has become love and that they long for each other more than they could bear. On her way to find Kakeguchi, Madoka gets killed by some former class"mate"-turned-tramp. That's it. Fuck you very much!

While in Sundome the tragic ending had at least some meaning and led to a bitter sweet epiloque, here it seems pointless ... as if the author just wanted to fuck their audience, hard and not in a nice way.

... Last updated on December 30th, 2017, 4:55am
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Female Dom, male sub   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by Jerberus
July 27th, 2017, 9:12pm
If you're a Male Dom, then this isn't the manga for you.
If you're a Female Dom, or a male sub, then this might just be the manga for you.
The substitute teacher is one of the slimiest man that ever was.
AXED ENDING. Boom. Situation done. Finito. End.
Nana to Kaoru is more to my liking because NtK has a Male Dom/female sub and is a much happier manga.
P.S.: Xiximaro (user who posted the below comment) is referring to the last chapter.

... Last updated on July 27th, 2017, 9:34pm
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I won't give this a 10 just because of one chapter...   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by Xiximaro
June 23rd, 2017, 11:10am
This manga as comedy in it, through almost all of it. But I won't add comedy to the list, whoever reads this, I will let you add it yourselfs to the list of genres when you finish reading Ibitsu, that is if you can... Can you guess which chapter doesn't let me give this a 10? xD

... Last updated on June 23rd, 2017, 11:12am
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I like it... but...   
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by Elala256
February 25th, 2015, 12:38am
I really like this manga, characters are interesting, and the story gets my attention. The art could be a little better but that is just preference. The thing that frustrates me is that this is probably never going to be fully translated/scanlated. I can't read Japanese so if I read the raw versions it would most likely take good experience away from this manga for me. I hope someone can scanlate it completely.
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Sad stuff   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
November 4th, 2013, 11:03pm
I loved this manga even if I had to "read" the remaining non-translated chapters in Japanese (In fact I don't know how to read it). The ending felt a little bit rushed to be fair but I was so immersed in the story that the sadness of the tragedy on the latest chapters will stay with me for several days. I need to check Okada's other works out as soon as possible, but I'll hardly find something as perverse and absorbing as Ibitsu.

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Love it! And more good chapters available!   
Rating: N/A
by cecropiamoth
June 3rd, 2013, 12:01pm
This unusual manga has received translation attention again after a loooong delay. Someone has now, as of 2013-05, translated it up through chapter 19. The femdom theme that Okada developed and built upon so interestingly in "Sundome" is back in this manga, and very well done so far. The art is as good as in Sundome, and again beautifully depicts all the usually-under-appreciated beauty of the very slim woman.

This story is something of a specialized taste. In that respect it's remarkably like "Nana to Kaora" by Amazume Ryuta, but with the genders reversed. In "Sundome", Okada went beyond depicting the sexy femdom relationship to reveal the hearts of the participants--just as things currently appear to be playing out in Nana to Kaora.

I believe that Okada is good enough to give us another overall story as good as "Sundome", and maybe better than Amazume Ryuta is giving us now in "Nana".

... Last updated on July 19th, 2014, 5:38pm
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Eigth and half erections out of ten   
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by Haba
March 30th, 2012, 2:02am
After reading the first 40 chapters... It is like Sundome, but a bit different in direction.

As the name implies, Ibitsu is more distorted. The sexual tension is brought to new levels, but somehow the fact that majority of the time is spent in a sex store, surrounded by various toys and gadgets, makes the perversion more... mundane.

The relation between the two protagonist shares similarities to Sundome - sadistic mysterious girl and the masochistic boy held back by his obsessions - but occasionally the roles are reversed.

Underneath the layers of jizz, piss and vaginal fluids lies a morbid story of romance. The first four volumes give only subtle hints of how many tragic twists we'll face in the future, but rest assured that "happily ever after" will not be the ending of this story either.

... Last updated on March 30th, 2012, 2:03am
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interesting start   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Theonething
February 19th, 2012, 1:53pm
Interesting series, the art is the similar to Sundome. From reading the first three scanlated chapters I would say this series will be very similar ideas and tone from Sundome which was also writen by the same author.

Hoping for More happy pervy romance to come.
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