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Kuro Tenkousei


Alt Names: alt 黒転校生alt The Black Transfer Studentsalt The Grim Transfer Students
Author: MORIE Satoshi
Artist: MORIE Satoshi
Genres: Drama DramaMystery MysteryOneshot OneshotPsychological PsychologicalSchool Life School LifeShoujo ShoujoShounen Ai Shounen AiSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: Two mysterious transfer students investigate a school where, in the past two months, three student have fallen to their deaths.
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4 Comments

This would have actually made a really cool series like if each chapter focused on them at a different school solving different murders

Err.. I suppose this was tagged shoujo because of the mangaka's preference for it, but this is more like a yaoi at it's extreme, a friendship between boys in the least.

The one-shot had a very dark undertone, it's not really my taste completely but it was a good read. I'm not crazy about it.

Trust me, that was not yaoi.  It's definitely shoujo, since it's aimed at a younger female audience (set in a high school, main characters are hot boys, etc.), but I'd say it could qualify as shounen-ai, since two boys' mutual love for each other is shown (although I'd say it's simply platonic love; others might read into it more).

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I don't know why, but I really liked Yuzu's eyes, though they were a little scary xD

@Strawbellies I think the same :)
Err.. I suppose this was tagged shoujo because of the mangaka's preference for it, but this is more like a yaoi at it's extreme, a friendship between boys in the least.

The one-shot had a very dark undertone, it's not really my taste completely but it was a good read. I'm not crazy about it.

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