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Alt Names: alt 可汉可娘alt 一男兩制alt リバーシバル!alt Reversible School Lifealt Reversible! School Lifealt Двуличная школьная жизнь
Author: Suemitsu Dicca
Artist: Suemitsu Dicca
Genres: Comedy ComedyDrama DramaEcchi EcchiGender Bender Gender BenderSchool Life School LifeShounen Ai Shounen Ai
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: Shuu Kaidou is sent away to an all boys boarding school with a very strange rule: half the students must take turns to dress as girls!

WARNING: Contains a lot of "bulge" panties scenes, don't read if you not ok with CDs or Traps.
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127 Comments

Certainly wasn't expecting a decent character driven drama from a series about crossdressing. The characters ended up pretty interesting and actually went through some decent development through the series. I also appreciated how the series seemingly matured later on and abandoned panty shots and stuff which were present initially.

 

Although Kaidou's resolution with his past went over quickly, as well as not having entirely resolved the other main character's backstories and having the series end with the characters grow distant, it wasn't a bad series, and seeing Kaidou be able to rekindle and finally ignite his relationship with Yaezaki leaves me feeling alright.

I'm so glad that I gave this a chance instead of judging it by some tags.  This was a well written story with a very impactful ending.  Honestly, it deserved way more time than it got.  But that the author was able to wrap things up nicely in the end given that it was ended early just proves his/her skill.

I decided to check out more from this artist and was a bit hesitant after reading the summary, but I had an amazing time while reading this and fawned over characters with simple yet effective development. Such a pleasant read and the ending hasn't left me feeling unhinged or negative but I also couldn't say I'm not interested in reading more.

AWWWWWWWW BABYYYYYY

welp

You know the mangaka is genious when he/she can deliver good ending with such short space/time given by his/her editor/publisher.

Initially, I was a bit skeptic and was about to press random after reading the description and tags. Thank god i didn't.

 

Very happy that i gave this manga a shot despite not giving works like these the time of day.

 

tl;dr Never judge a book by its cover (seriously)

 

also onii-san from out of nowhere

Why did I postponed on reading the last 5 chapters, this stuff is great mmm...~!

That was... quite a strange read, but it was good. A touching story. Ending seemed a bit rushed but it was a decently satisfying ending, didn't make me dislike the series in any way which is a huge plus these days in manga. Actually I'm sort of sad it ended as fast as it did, I was liking the characters...

I read the last chapter again, and it still makes me cry. <3

>_>  Did this series get axed early? Seem to go by pretty fast

They just played safe. My favorite ending was in Oreimo. There they managed to play safe yet giving us what we wanted to see.

Or you mean destroyed 11 volumes of plot and character development for an ending that doesn't even make sense. "Temporary" my ass.

 

Anyway, this ending was rather enjoyable. I think it was especially well done that Kaidou did not spill over to homosexuality at the end, because that really emphasizes the theme of "being yourself". If it went the other route, it would've been cheesy and shattered the realism of this comic that made it so exquisite, considering Kaidou's character development until now, so praises to the author for not falling into the temptation.

 

Pity. Yet another series I enjoyed well ends so short; although perhaps it may be that I enjoyed them because they are so short.

Unnh... the ending almost moved me to tears, such a lovely story though, I'm glad I read it from the start again.

The ending is very good <3 <3

Too bad it end already though......TT-TT

Though it was a shounen ai, can't believe I'm saying this but hey, it's a nice read.

 

Did i say it was a nice read?:

Remember, any ending to a manga where you do not feel like punching your fist through your screen is a good ending. ;)

They just played safe. My favorite ending was in Oreimo. There they managed to play safe yet giving us what we wanted to see.

Touma actually keeps crossdressing @.@ damn

And Tsubaki is... how do I describe it, still has the same feminine face, yet there's this manly feel. Kind of awesome.

 

Ending was good... if the ending went further than what it is, I might have to question myself.

 

No offense, it's just... Damn, who would've thought that I'd be kinda into (or at least appreciate in a good way) these stuff now, if I look back at myself 2-3 years ago, who only just stopped reading those typical shounen manga, but had yet to find this side...

 

while I guess I didn't really expect that to be the last chapter already, it was still pretty nice. I liked how they still got along even after graduating, that shounen ai feel never goes away. And Tsubaki is hot even as a guy!

Ending was good. Although I really would have liked to see the older sister's relationship to him. Something tells me the only one who hated him was his father.

The ending was okay, but it was clearly rushed! I suppose the author didn't know where to take the series anymore, or maybe the editor forced the series to end...

 

How come?

If you want a simple example of terrible ending, go read Idol Pretender.

this was not bad, though it clearly dug it self a hole when the two main characters had a romantic feelings to them. it was one thing for the two brothers, the younger one was practically flaming, but it worked best when the two MC's were having at most a bromance, and because of that, then ending was mehh, and confusing.

The ending was okay, but it was clearly rushed! I suppose the author didn't know where to take the series anymore, or maybe the editor forced the series to end...

I liked the series in general, but that ending was a huge letdown.

I don't know, if you think about how relatively short the manga was, the mangaka either had the choice of having an abrupt ending by forcing in a lot of development in the last chapter, or the way he went by going with a less forced, more open ending. With the open ending, the reader can fill in the blanks with their imagination rather than having the world of the manga ruined with a rushed, forced end. Plus, with the more relaxed, open ending, if he wants, the mangaka can always do some follow up one-shots.

 

So yea, I thought it was a good ending. Remember, any ending to a manga where you do not feel like punching your fist through your screen is a good ending. ;)

Too bad there was no reunion of all four of them. Only few words about Aoi and Touma is a bit heartless. P.S. that was probably the mildest Shounen ai ever.

Very good, a good story and ending I thought, thanks a lot Hachimitsu Scans!!


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