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Boku to Kanojo no Renai Mokuroku  
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Manga

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Associated Names
Boku to Kanojo no Koi Rogu
Boku to Kanojo no Koi-rogu
Boku to Kanojo no Koirogu
Boku to Kanojo no Renai Mokuroku (Koirogu)
My Passion Catalog and Hers
Our List of Affections
แคตตาล็อกแคตตารัก
나와 그녀의 연애목록
ボクとカノジョの恋愛目録
我与她的恋爱目录
我與她的戀愛目錄

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Latest Release(s)
c.19 (end) by Village Idiot over 7 years ago
c.18 by Village Idiot over 7 years ago
c.16-17 by Village Idiot over 7 years ago
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Status
in Country of Origin
3 Volumes (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

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Average: 7.2 / 10.0 (264 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.13 / 10.0
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Last Updated
June 23rd 2019, 4:24am PST


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Year
2011

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Serialized In (magazine)
Dragon Age (Fujimi Shobo)

Licensed (in English)
No

English Publisher
N/A

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #682 increased(+168)
Monthly Pos #1646 increased(+292)
3 Month Pos #2650 increased(+631)
6 Month Pos #4387 decreased(-292)
Year Pos #5315 decreased(-346)

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On 419 wish lists
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Not good  
by Sburator
August 11th, 2019, 7:18pm
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
If you don't like lolicon and incest it's not for you.
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not your average ecchi manga  
by whitespade
July 23rd, 2015, 3:19pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
this manga seems very frivolous at first, but there is a definite plot in this manga. it is still full of comedic violence until the end, but it is still very entertaining, and also mentally stimulating manga. its a quick read, but take some time to ponder.
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A fine start that only goes downhill.  
by Phosphatide
May 2nd, 2013, 11:56pm
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
This manga starts off with great potential. It's goofy, funny, cute, and interesting. You want to know more about the strange blog, and you want to see more of the endearing interactions between the characters.

Then a strange twist in the plot happens. You scratch your head in confusion, and want to know more. You're sucked into the strange story that has spun off from a seemingly normal beginning.

The problem is the story gets worse. When I say worse, I mean the quality. Refer to the following spoiler for more, just in case you actually want to read this:

Spoiler (mouse over to view)
The author tries to play with the literary theme of time traveling, one of the most difficult literary themes possible. You constantly run into issues with consistency or trying to tie everything together, and every time something happens you usually end up confusing readers even more. In this series, it felt like there was no proofreading whatsoever. Everything became a jumbled mess, and by the end I had absolutely no clue what was going on anymore.


The ending to this series was atrocious, brought upon by the terrible and possibly rushed writing. I really really wish the author stayed with how the story began because I really enjoyed that. Instead I'm left feeling extremely unsatisfied and disappointed. If someone explained the ending to me so that I could finally understand what was going on, I wouldn't be any happier; it was just that bad.
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Ecchi paradise  
by rexytheking
March 12th, 2013, 1:02pm
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
This is an amazing series. It has all the stuff that a hentai would have with none of the hardcore stuff. All the misunderstandings and classic stereotypes. It has harems, lolicons, sis incest, pettanko, bondage and the like. I think it's amazing.
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Things are not what it seemed  
by Lightbrand
January 9th, 2013, 8:22pm
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
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The mangaka took a gamble on a pretty risky premise that seemed to be pointing at a generic harem-romance-comedy-visual novel style story. And boy am I glad this didn't get cancelled/axed early due to skepticism, because the "true story" was set up brilliantly during the early arcs (routes) while hidden in plain sight the entire time.

Here's a breakdown:
Up to chapter 8 we have a generic otaku influenced childhood friend romance story. Though its conclusion was rather abrupt, it sets up a huge plot device what was barely explained but used intensively as sort of a cop-out for the romance to happen.

Chapter 9 we get a first "twist", and for those who didn't read everything in one go (I marathon-ed 1-14) it's a rather hard pill to swallow, and so we see a reviewer below who insist the story ended at ch. 8. Very wrong. Yes, the days repeat, a different girl's route is taken, it's going to be a new romance, but it is at this point where isn't about who the male protagonist going to end up with - kind of story anymore. That plot device mentioned earlier? More pieces of the clues were given so the readers can connect them somewhat.

Chapter 13 we get yet another reset, this time however the protagonist manages to retrieve the "lost" memory he had from his other routes. Armed with this knowledge, the real story starts.

I personally thinks the mangaka could've dragged out a few more "routes" before giving protagonist his collective memories, seeing as this will be the turning point of the story where Link realize he's in a video game and decides to rather than saving Zelda, he's going to break free from the game world (back) into the real world. This is a huge deal and I'm not sure if chapter 13 is too early for this shift.


Revisiting this after 5 years: Rereading it in one sitting allowed me finally understand what happened. Suffice to say the mangaka MUST'VE wanted more time to develop this ending he was going for. Credit to him I can tell this isn't a last minute decision most mangaka do when they've been axed before they even thought about how to end their series. This guy definitely did, just not given enough time.

Summary of what happened during the "confusing part": The two loops that happened earlier (where this manga was looking to be a generic loser romantic comedy), was result of main guy's future self trying to change the past. Why? Because in both loops we saw during this time in his high school his sister ended up going to America and gets absorbed by a super computer to become a sentient computer developed by his dad who died prior to finishing it. Obviously the high school version won't figure this out until much later and vowed to prevent it. The two loops was him failing to change anything, but helped two versions of his HS self getting laid.

The third loop to my understanding (and this is where the mangaka ran out of pages to explain this shit), he decided to send the sentient-computer that absorbed his sister years ago back somehow. This allowed the HS version to find out the truth and can thus can properly come up with a way to prevent sister from leaving (here's a rushed sideplot where the sentient-computer don't want help because if she succeeds then she wouldn't exist anymore because of paradox and she's in love with our main guy apparently). And to get best of both worlds HS guy says he'll find a way to save his sister as well as the sentient-computer from the future which only exist because it absorbed his sister.

More rushed nonsense, the solution turned out to be our guy chose to get absorbed himself instead of the sister. Resulting in an immediate future where his future sister is trying to figure out how to save her brother from being absorbed in a reverse role situation. Then even MORE rush happens we're led to the ending where everything worked out. Future sister appeared into Future main guy's time line and they reunite and hug. And HS main guy and his sister grows closer (despite they have no memory of the tragedy that was prevented.)

All in all it's a shame this didn't get more chapters. Consider we have generic trash like Nisekoi getting like 20 volumes.

... Last updated on October 13th, 2018, 5:57pm
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Another otaku stories  
by detectcardio
December 29th, 2012, 6:34am
Rating: N/A
for the first sight i think this is interesting manga.....
but, after a reading a few chapter i thinks that this manga have switch to another echi and fan service type of manga. This ruin the atmosphere of this stories. Even though echi and other fan service are crucial for some manga to stand alive, but the unstable story line can make it become not more than god-for-nothing manga.

but.....
I like the concept of loop through time
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I hate time travel  
by imercenary
September 22nd, 2012, 10:36pm
Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
I hate time travel stories. Seriously, most writers can't use write a decent time travel story and theres a good reason for that: its HARD. There ARE stories that do it well, but this ain't one of them.

That said, MAYBE the author will prove to be the exception and blow us all away but consider me a skeptic.
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Interesting  
by Dright
August 18th, 2012, 7:33pm
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
Manga-fan1 said something about a looping manga, but I from chapter 9 and the mentions of the protagonist's father and his research I feel as though something deeper is going on.

I hope a new chapter comes soon because I want to see if the protagonist will start having deja-vu.
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Definite potential.  
by myopius
July 21st, 2012, 8:55pm
Rating: N/A
It starts off as fast-paced and confusing. I would compare it to Nuiguru Mix... a lot of weird and silly ecchi situations, and quite a few eccentric characters. It quickly moves from an "odd group of friends" sort of plot to a "love comedy" sort of plot. I liked the characters well enough to keep reading.

However, the art and direction improves a lot in the space of the first volume; chapter 8 has some really nice visuals... and pacing. Chapters 8 ends at a bit of a cliffhanger and demonstrates that this manga has more to it than just romantic comedy. It's still too early to accurately judge the direction the series is going in, though.
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It has been ruined for me...  
by manga-fan1
June 26th, 2012, 11:00pm
Rating: N/A
If the end of chapter 8 means what i think it means then this manga is officially over me, i cannot stand those stupid time loop mangas where the main character starts over life ever time he gets a girlfriend, in fact, i hate those, i might have liked amagami ss if it werent like that. I love the first few chapters but if he is just gonna capture a different girl now that he is finished with one, then i am done with this series. It makes no sense to get us to like a character and a pairing for 8 chapters and then to just destroy that sequence in one chapter and move on to the next girl, its stupid.. Would have given it a 9 or 10 if it werent for the stupid ass time loop.
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