Friday, December 20, 2013

Duetto Manga Review

 Author: Aoi Kujou
Aoi Kujou

Drama, Romance,
Slice of Life, Yaoi

Original Publisher:

Ookura Shuppan
Volumes (Complete)
Licensed (in English)

English Publisher


College-mates Shinobu Miura and Eiichi Tashiro have more going on between them than classes and studies -- close proximity and animal attraction can create strange bed fellows -- but they also have little-to-nothing in common. For starters, Shinobu seems rather embarrassed about the whole "doing it" thing, and wallows in denial over any true feelings he may have. Eiichi, on the other hand, is a reckless free spirit, quick to acknowledge his affections, and eager for a commitment.
When Eiichi accepts an offer to work overseas for an American photographer, will Shinobu realize too late that two opposites can make a perfect duo?


Sometimes I don't mind it when manga moves fast cause the story is really good and makes up for it. This manga though was all over the place and was fast. I could barely understand this manga at some points and at others it just made me want to skip the whole thing. I did try to read as much as I could but couldn't even finish the one volume manga. I don't recommend this manga even though the art work is awesome the story isn't.

 0 out of 5 Howling Books

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