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Fureru to Kikoeru


Alt Names: alt ふれるときこえるalt 碰觸知心聲alt If I touch you, I can hear your inside words
Author: Honna Wakou
Artist: Honna Wakou
Genres: Comedy ComedyDrama DramaMystery MysteryRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShounen ShounenSlice of Life Slice of LifeSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: A new supernatural romance story from the creator of Nozoki Ana and Nozomi x Kimio.

"A love story that brings sadness to the heart".

Izumisawa Sou is infected with a mysterious power by the transfer student.
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170 Comments

*cough* Let me touch you *cough*

 

"Sure thing, just let me get these shorts off first..." :-D

".. as a friend"

HAHAHAHAHA

JUST WTF HAPPEN THERE MAN?!
AND SHE ALSO SAID ITS BEEN A LONG TIME, WTF IS HAPPENING?!
DONT TELL ME SHE ACTUALLY WAS IN LOVE WITH THE MC BEFORE WITH SHIRASE?!

Spoiler

>MC holds her

>Learns that he is just a second option

 

 

It will be just like that infamous Naruto chapter where Sakura confesses isn't it?

It's happening, isn't it.

OH BOY

 

no, we are gettin jebaited

It's happening, isn't it.

OH BOY

Why did you note down that it's 30 degrees Celsius? I mean like 90+% of the world population use Celsius, and noone would assume that 30 degrees Fahrenheit or Kelvin would be out there on a summers day anyway.

 

Btw, if you really want to be 100% international, why not use Kelvin instead?

Everyone on this earth should at least have some knowledge about the scientific temperature scale, as schools nowadays try to teach the children to use degrees Kelvin in scientific subjects.

 

Also, who the heck doesn't know Mecha Godzillas Absolute Zero Cannon?

Can't be a fan of Japanese pop culture for sure if one doesn't know :(

Just gonna drop this oldie right here...

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Why did you note down that it's 30 degrees Celsius? I mean like 90+% of the world population use Celsius, and noone would assume that 30 degrees Fahrenheit or Kelvin would be out there on a summers day anyway.

 

Btw, if you really want to be 100% international, why not use Kelvin instead?

Everyone on this earth should at least have some knowledge about the scientific temperature scale, as schools nowadays try to teach the children to use degrees Kelvin in scientific subjects.

 

Also, who the heck doesn't know Mecha Godzillas Absolute Zero Cannon?

Can't be a fan of Japanese pop culture for sure if one doesn't know :(

Is he becoming a masochistic pervert?

Chapter 17.5, page 4 the words on left panel are actually "It's a joke" - "ittsa" in katakana, "jouku" in hiragana.

This is a reasonable point.  It is the basic impulse behind the quite important 20th century movement towards innovations in fiction-writing; some (mostly academic) writers felt that linear narrative and a whole bunch of other naturalistic assumptions were stale, a trap cutting off creativity, and they tried to write stuff without any of that baggage.  The result:  A bunch of stuff very interesting in concept which nobody would ever read unless they had to for their English degree.  I know, I have an English degree.

Some endings are just more fundamentally emotionally satisfying than others.  So, they get used more.  And there are only a few possible outcomes anyway, so just using the less-satisfying ones more wouldn't help that much on the originality front.

As they used to say on rec.arts.books,  "Life is too short for Finnegans Wake."

Well, that ending is expected from the beginning.

 

The cover of vol 4 here is a spoiler in itself.

 

What's important is the journey, not the destination.

Like the people before me said, you guys should seriously stop talking like the manga has nothing aside from its ending.
Also, saying it's cliched is like saying right-to-left ordering is cliched. Of course it is, but it doesn't mean it's bad.
Actually, in my experience, the best stuff is not really innovative, instead, they take what was already in the field and refine it to perfection. For example, Nanoha has been doing dark magical girls for seasons before Madoka, and Mai-Hime did essentially the same thing years before. Nothing in Steins;Gate by itself is new either: backyard inventors, evil corporations, time travel, the freaking groundhog loop is named after an old-ass film; but we remember it because it's great as a whole, using all the same instruments, they managed to craft an engaging story with characters the audience generally feels for.

Just according to keikaku

Oh shit. He's going to find out that he's into his junk.

I really loves when a protagonist turning villainous , either paradigm shift , by action , or even by facial expressions ...

*cough* Let me touch you *cough*

This chapter did nothing for me. Too slow!

there's 1000s other mangas with the same ending so.....

This is a reasonable point.  It is the basic impulse behind the quite important 20th century movement towards innovations in fiction-writing; some (mostly academic) writers felt that linear narrative and a whole bunch of other naturalistic assumptions were stale, a trap cutting off creativity, and they tried to write stuff without any of that baggage.  The result:  A bunch of stuff very interesting in concept which nobody would ever read unless they had to for their English degree.  I know, I have an English degree.

Some endings are just more fundamentally emotionally satisfying than others.  So, they get used more.  And there are only a few possible outcomes anyway, so just using the less-satisfying ones more wouldn't help that much on the originality front.

there's 1000s other mangas with the same ending so.....

That doesn't mean anything though. 
They have it, but then, so what? Does it make the experience you personally connect with any less touching?
No it doesn't. If you sit there and say "Well there are thousands of others with the same ending so this doesn't stand out" you are looking only at the tropes and not at the important aspects of the story. You are missing the big picture and focusing on irrelevant details. 
You look at tropes and you miss:
Story flow.
Characterizations.
Interaction
Writing
Storyboarding

And much else. 

This is going to be intense.

Spoiler

Let's read and judge the ending ourselves. A predictable and cliched ending can be good or bad depending on the execution.

there's 1000s other mangas with the same ending so.....

Let's read and judge the ending ourselves.

Spoiler

 

Thank you very much for the wording, which provided me some warning. Looking farther down with squinted eyes (so I can only read tiny snippets at a time), I do see "raws" in wording that suggests some wonderful person dumped untagged spoiler(s) and at least one person replied bare-text.

Spoiler

Thank you again, and I'll look forward to discussing once it's over. ^_^

 

(Too much risk in looking at comments again... once spoiling gets a good start, it's hard to get the genie back in the bottle.)

An english professor once told me a cliche is called a cliche is because it works, now if it works out to be good or bad is in the execution of the cliche

I'm satisfied. I've gotten my dose of platonic bath yuri skinship.


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