Let’s be honest here. GL Manwhas have become or are becoming a hell of a lot better than JP GL mangas. I’ve noticed Korean comic authors draw more mature and intriguing stories with actual ADULTS (while there are some high school romances which are nice too.) they really just hit the right spots with story and some manwhas would also be having some gorgeous art like fr fr
Edit: eyooo I think I hit a nerve with some folks … nothing wrong with liking normal yuri manga as I still have my fav yuri mangas which I heartily and hold dear. I’m simply saying that I have develop a love for GL manwhas better because they are refreshing. Recently (aside from some good handful of exceptions of adult life yuri mangas) most of the GL from Japan fall dry and always have the whole school girl factor which I’ve grown tired off. Not saying I still find some good handful of GL mangas that I genuinely enjoy. But there is a lot more variety with GL manwhas.
I totally agree with you. I'm really enjoying the Sadistic Beauty side story right now
I really like introspective kind of works like this once in a while, it's nice to indulge in it's mysteriousness and impactful dialogue
though if I know it's a sad story, I save some of the other manga I haven't read yet that have happier tones like A Story about a Very Lonely Female CEO who Falls for a Lesbian Prostitute in Seconds, which is what I'm going to read next
just a tip for those who need it
EDIT: oh gosh, I just realized this is the author that wrote the girl in the bathtub manga... on the bright side at least she died in the first chapter? killed her off before we could get attached, although I have a feeling we will probably learn more about their relationship and get sadder about her death as time goes on
The distinguishing thing about this one is the main character being a loser, and depending on what she's going to do with that card, maybe also a scumbag. I don't mind that at all and think it'll be an interesting story, but anything that isn't sunshine and rainbows tends to rub people the wrong way, so we'll see where it goes.
you are right, it does rub me the wrong way considering how nice and thoughtful Satou was being
This one didn't really make me feel sad, I couldn't get attached to their relationship much because it was obvious Mio had no romantic feelings for Hinata.
My theory for her going missing is Hinata kept on manipulating Mio into thinking what they had was real love, and Mio couldn't escape due to their strong past with each other as friends. On the day she went missing, instead of going to work, she killed herself to escape life and the love she can't find.