I hate stories like this where not only is there too little time to get to know the characters, but also nothing really happens. Just a bit of fluff whose only redeeming feature is that it is shoujo-ai.
This is just a part of the business. The artist comes up with several one-shots, bring them to his publisher, see if they like it and if they like it enough, if he can make it into a full blown series. If not, he'll just have to settle with it bein a oneshot.
i honestly feel like yuki is up to no good. its obvious that she feelings for that guy, but why is she getting to so close to akari rather than trying to get with him? i think she knows that that guy has feelings for akari, and shes coming up with some deceitful plan in order to get him to like her instead, not caring about hurting akari in the process.
this manga is more like the real world than i realized initially . and in the real world, there are no bubbly happy ever afters.
i just feel like kei is exctly like those type of people that only really care about one thing (sex) and they'll say or do whatever it takes to get it. puts a bad taste in my mouth. i will admit that i am jumping to extreme conclusions but i really get that feeling from her (suave, calm, know all of the right things to say, and then BAM -- sex). would be so disappointing if my suspicions turn out to be true
Im with that guy on the previous page about this. The author is just gonna wring us until we get tired of him. Although I do feel like the best part of a yuri romance is how the two got together, we're looking at literally volumes of nothing but het drama/just regular drama (the miscarriage, family issues).
As a person who has read every yuri comic on this site at least twice, I'm going to toot my horn for a minute here and admit that i know my stuff when it comes to my yuri. I noticed that every time the younger girl even suggest something that is even remotely gay, her sempai has that look of utter disgust on her face.
I think she's homophobic while her kouhai is a little bit more adventurous but is too apprehensive to act on her yuri tendencies because she knows her sempai is homophobic.
If it weren't for Prism showing that the author clearly has the ability to make a good Yuri comic, I wouldve stopped reading this junk around the 2nd or 3rd chapter in.
Meh, I don't really like these sexually promiscuous schoolgirl lesbians. Guess I should avoid the Lots o' Sex tag. Rather than swinging one way or another, I'm all about those first time experiences 2 girls have with their fated one! I prefer those kind of true love stories.
same here. i also wouldnt mind a little angsty drama here and there