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Fujimi Lovers


Alt Names: alt 不死身ラヴァーズalt Undead lovers
Author: Takagi Yuna
Artist: Takagi Yuna
Genres: Comedy ComedyDrama DramaMystery MysteryPsychological PsychologicalRomance RomanceShounen ShounenSupernatural SupernaturalTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: A spiral love story.

Kouno Jun is a lively character who lives life with all his might. In kindergarten, he falls in love with Hasebe Rino, the most beautiful girl in his class, and he confesses to her. Hasebe accepts his love, but the moment she gives her answer, she vanishes on the spot. Failing to figure out what's going on, Kouno asks his friends about Hasebe, only to find out that no one remembers a single thing about her. She has just vanished, along with all memories about her, except for those of Kouno.

While Kouno leads a weary and desperate high-school life, Hasebe appears again as a transfer student. However, this Hasebe is not exactly the Hasebe he knows...
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439 Comments

Honestly, this probably the first time I'm saying this to a manga I love. 

This series.... needs to reach a conclusion. Honestly, the ending is getting too repetitive that I no longer feel emotional about it anymore. 

It concluded quite a while back actually, it just hasn't been translated.

Goddamn you never think this manga can get more brutal until the next chapter.

Honestly, this probably the first time I'm saying this to a manga I love. 

This series.... needs to reach a conclusion. Honestly, the ending is getting too repetitive that I no longer feel emotional about it anymore. 

Is it just me or has the paneling/action become almost unintelligible since the earliest chapters? Like, I can't tell if he's experimenting with a new style or if he's just getting straight up lazy.

You should probably be more specific. I'm able to follow it well enough so I'm not quite sure what you mean. 

 

 

To be honest what's the point of this manga, yeah sure it brought out a tear or two BUT he always says i love you to hasebe but each time she is different: age, personality, hobby. So what does he love in her? This doesn't make any sense, it would be different if each time she had the same personality but different looks as in grade schooler/middle schooler/high schooler etc. if someone were to explain to me i'd be indebted to him.

 

They seem to be variations on the same personality. Like she's the same person but in different situations- i.e. similar ideals, emotional habits and insecurities.

But you do have a point. Hasebe is really more of an loose, idealized concept for him- and its sort of mirrored by her ephemeral existence - that serves as a trigger for him loving a variety of different, essentially unrelated people. The friend points this stuff out pretty often, and MC seems to be aware as well, but embraces that this is just the way he is and doesn't think about it too much. It might be a sort of examination of classical/destined romance or something? I.e. Can there truly be one person you're fated for regardless of the circumstances and choices either of you make in life? Does unconditional love really exist- and if so does it have real, lasting value or is it a self created illusion that eventually fades? 

 

Those aren't rhetorical questions btw - I'm genuinely wondering if this is what the other means. It's not clear yet. 

 

I'm done, this plot has become repetitive and nothing to make this story progress.  Same shyt, different toilet.

He seems to be figuring out a bit more each time. Especially most recent chapters. Plus the individual stories are solid in their own right. 

Feels kinda like:
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Is it just me or has the paneling/action become almost unintelligible since the earliest chapters? Like, I can't tell if he's experimenting with a new style or if he's just getting straight up lazy.

I really love the way this manga makes emotions and dramatic lines feel like they're screamed from the pages.

Summary of this chapter: Jun: You're supposed to disappear now Hasabe. Hasabe: Oh my bad, I forgot. Well then bye. Jun: I hate you! Hasabe: I love you! Perfect.

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If you have to make the girl you love disappear just to know that she also love you, probably it's the best if you never love anyone at all mmm...

Or die, it just hurts so much mmm...

This is really a mind f*ck manga, were he suffers and suffers and suffers and suffers.... But after this chapter things will change... At least we will understand other side of the story.

I told a girl I hated her once and ended up with about the same amount of internal bleeding.

IT'S ALIIIIIIIIIIVE
Or rather, FUJIMI DESU!

The way she says she wants to disappear and love him in the "ultimate way" are really... suspicious.

I get the feeling Hasebe actually believes this endless chasing is the "epitome" of loving.

Well, shit... this is such a heartbreaking manga. Pretty much every single chapter hit me in the feels. I think Chapters 4 and 5 hurt me the most.

Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!

It's baaack!!

as she kept being revive and became older that him , eventually its gonna reach a point either she's a grandma and thought a young man is making a joke out of her

 

I don't think their time progression are linear. The Hasabe from first chapter had the same age, the Hasabe from chapter 4 was younger and now she's older than him.

Jun has gotta be one of my favorite protagonists of all time. I'm so glad another chapter came out.

It's actually kind of funny you say that because this chapter seriously showed the first real progression since the basic premise was set up. He's actually getting legitimately angry now, plus you see him actually getting wiped out as well. That last page is actually a bit chilling. I want to see where he goes from there. 

as she kept being revive and became older that him , eventually its gonna reach a point either she's a grandma and thought a young man is making a joke out of her

 

or she exist, but died already and our mc had no way to make her to fall in love with him all over again because she's buried beneath the ground, with a mark tombstone, either alone, or had a happy (or not) married life

 

 

i can see the ridiculous plot twist where he also die, either by suicide , long way (old age too) , or other way, and met with her in the afterlife, or in limbo, whatever floats your boats, and this time, with her got no way to disappeared to as she spent her existence, maybe we'll finally know the truth about this shenanigans and guilty pleasure of an excuse plot for a manga

I'm done, this plot has become repetitive and nothing to make this story progress.  Same shyt, different toilet.

 

It's actually kind of funny you say that because this chapter seriously showed the first real progression since the basic premise was set up. He's actually getting legitimately angry now, plus you see him actually getting wiped out as well. That last page is actually a bit chilling. I want to see where he goes from there. 

Why am I getting this feeling that the Protagonist is actually a psychopath and with each disappearing "Hasebe" it is actually him murdering them. I mean fuck dude, this guy has an abnormal obsession with "Hasebe."

I'm done, this plot has become repetitive and nothing to make this story progress.  Same shyt, different toilet.

Oh god, what started out as the adorable persistence of a man who cannot be stopped has turned into the psychologically abusive horror of a man who cannot stop himself from loving a girl he can never truly have. This is absolutely wonderful to read, and terrifying to think about.

"A woman's heart, is a asdfghdksajdhaskj."

Wow.. that's, like, so deep...

Wait, so basically Hasebe keeps disappearing because every time Kouno confesses she's not ready herself as she wants to answer him in the "best" possible way... no wonder he's beginning to hate her.

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