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Romance with a Tomboy, who stays Tomboy

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Post #583130
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1:38 pm, Jan 6 2013
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I'm searching for a Romance with a Female Lead that is a Tomboy, but unlike Mangas like Suki tte Ii Na Yo
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where se is at the start a Tomboy, but is later all girly with only a few Tomboy traits
I want her to stay Tomboy to the end.

-H3 School!
-Himitsu no Ai-chan she only puts up a girly part
-Otokomae! Beads Kurabu
What i dont want:
-Suki tte Ii Na Yo,because Lead becomes too girly
-Oresama Teacher,because theres no development/no romance

Every Category is allright.
Thanks in advance.

Post #583134
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3:24 pm, Jan 6 2013
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Try Saver but the protagonist is kind of androgynous rather than tomboy.

Post #583135
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4:16 pm, Jan 6 2013
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I think kyoko from skip beat can be considered tomboyish

Post #583139
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The Living Paradox

5:10 pm, Jan 6 2013
Posts: 334

definitely Tokyo Crazy Paradise

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What you fear more is the only difference.
Positive decisions are made in fear negative consequences,
Negitive decisions are made in fear of positive decisions not giving the outcome you want.
Embarrassment is the fear of people knowing your real thoughts.
Greed is the fear of having too little.

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Post #583180
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Procrastinator and

12:22 am, Jan 7 2013
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Seishun Walker? I think she stays as tomboy...

Post #583181
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12:29 am, Jan 7 2013
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Koukou Debut
Vanilla Ice Sadly never finished

Nulla in mundo pax sincera
"Always go too far, because that's where you'll find the truth." - Albert Camus
Post #583183
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12:44 am, Jan 7 2013
Posts: 91

Power!! A classic.

"The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it."
Post #583188
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Come and Go

2:15 am, Jan 7 2013
Posts: 378

How about this? => biggrin

Post #583203

4:46 am, Jan 7 2013
Posts: 295

Utopia of Homosexuality or maybe
Hot-Blooded Woman...
Hybrid Berry?
Or even Grand Sun

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Post #583245
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2:04 pm, Jan 7 2013
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Just now i read Seishun Walker and Grand Sun and i really liked both of them thanks.
I already read the first two Volumes of Tokyo Crazy Paradise and really liked it aswell, but im still reading it. Thanks for any replys until now.

Post #583293
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11:43 pm, Jan 7 2013
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W Juliet
Sixteen-year-old tomboy Ito Miura has become fast friends with her schoolmate and fellow drama enthusiast Makoto Amano. The problem? Makoto's a boy who must pass as a female drama student in order for his family to approve of his acting ambitions.

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Ito's VERY tomboyish at the beginning (both looks and personality), and at the end she looks a tad girly-er with her hair kinda growing out, but she still has her tomboyish personality ^~^

It's also one of my favourites smile wink grin

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Procrastinator and

4:25 am, Jul 7 2013
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Kataomoi no Mukougawa, Bitouna Koi chapter.

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K-Indie ♥

8:51 am, Jul 7 2013
Posts: 566

Oh, there are quite a few in my lists. Although the genre is mainly Shoujo... Kkk.

* Nemurenu Yoru wa Knock Shite - Old school yet by times funny, because the female lead gives of a rather "nerdy guy" feel.

* Ookamitachi no Tengoku - Ch. 2: Handsome Girl is Yours! All in all this collection was a nice read and worth it's short while.

* Otomegokoro - Almost a classic in this category, but in my eyes is the male lead till the end somewhat wishy-washy and ooc.

* S.P.Y. ... was okay, even though mainly because of the male counterpart's looks. Lol.

* Sugars (YAMAMORI Mika) - THis one is definitely one of my favourite collections and I highly recommend the whole thing, but especially chapter 1 and 6. ^^

* Sugar Addiction - A manhwa, with all the fun points, but also all the weaknesses, yet I finished it and thought the characters have made me smile every now and then.

* Venus Kisoukyoku - Another classic, where in the beginning the genders seem switched and the female lead is pretty likeable till the end.

* You're So Cool - Honestly, this manhwa made me crack laughing in between and the characters really keep their image.

* Yumenara Samenaide - Ch. 3 includes your typical switched gender setting.

* Obaka-chan, Koikatariki - Ongoing and sometimes just hilarious twists in the storyline, which struggle between fun and randomness.

* I-Revo - Not sure, because it's been a while, at least the tag says so and the drawing style got me back then.

* And, of course Yanki-kun to Megane-chan. The female main character definitely has the same aura as the one from Oresama Teacher, but the romantic subplot seems more focused in this storyline.

There are more, but that's it for now. Not very detailed, but hopefully there will be something picking your interest. ^^

"It's like love is a bonus in your life. Even without it, I'm just fine. I don't feel like pointlessly searching for it. You don't have to make yourself unhappy." (Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji)

"Why does it rain?" - "To create drama." (Drops (Andou Yuki))
Post #606375
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8:40 pm, Jul 7 2013
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The female lead in Fushigi no Maria-kun by SHIINA Dai stays true to her tomboyish personality throughout the series, and they still make a cute couple.

The same probably goes for Tonari no Megane-kun. by FUJIMOTO Yuuki. At least, I haven't see any girly changes in her so far.

"Stories are what death thinks he puts an end to.
He can't understand that they end in him, but they don't end with him."
- Ursula K. Le Guin, Gifts

To be savoured:
- Blood Alone by TAKANO Masayuki
- Otoyomegatari by MORI Kaoru
- Gangsta. by Kohske
- Seishun Kouryakuhon by AKIZUKI Sorata
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