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AniTomo - My Brother's Friend


Alt Names: alt Anitomoalt 兄友
Author: Akagawara Modomu
Artist: Akagawara Modomu
Genres: Comedy ComedyDrama DramaRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShoujo Shoujo
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Nanase, una chica educada y poco pasada de moda consigue un novio por primera vez en su vida. Él un puro y amable chico que es buena amigo del hermano mayor de Nanase, ¿Cómo resultará esta pura historia de amor?

Nanase, a polite, a old-fashioned girl, gets a boyfriend for the first time - her brother's friend. However, both of them have no idea what they should do next... Hand-holding would be too embarrassing, and 'dating' is something mature people would do.
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Vol.2 Ch.10 Read Online
Every Little Thing Aerion 3 days ago
Vol.2 Ch.9 Read Online
Every Little Thing Aerion A week ago
Vol.2 Ch.09 Read Online
Totoro Fansub & Tsuki no Fansub angie1590 5 days ago
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77 Comments

I think going to her friend's birthday party is perfectly reasonable, as long as it is properly explained to the boyfriend.

In this chapter it seems to be more of an excuse for ducking, because just running away without an explanation is so last-generation-shoujo (and anyway it's what timid-but-honest heroines do, not pushy-but-insecure side characters).  But yeah, I don't get a good feeling about her.  Bottom line, she seems basically upset because her friend, who she thinks of as vaguely like a possession, may be doing something independently.  Maybe she's upset about the boyfriend period, maybe she's upset because our heroine might end up with higher priorities than her, maybe she's upset because our heroine didn't drop everything and call two seconds after the couple got together to dish all the dirt, thus showing unacceptable levels of independence . . . but it seems like it's something along those lines.  She feels like her handbag suddenly said there was someone more important in its life than her.

I think she's lying about having a boyfriend. You've never seen him and she's flirted with other guys.

Poor derpy do--I mean, Aki-chan.  If she keeps that up, the "face into hedge" tactic is going to become a Pavlovian response.

Maybe this will change down the road, but I just can't seem to like the friend Ringo. She is always going on about her boyfriend or having to leave her friends to go with him yet she doesn't really seem to care for him either. Just her way of behaving/talking makes her seem a bit shallow and selfish? Maybe they'll put an endearing spin on it later but while she's not evil, there doesn't seem to be much to her that makes her appeal as either a friend or girlfriend.

In this chapter it seems to be more of an excuse for ducking, because just running away without an explanation is so last-generation-shoujo (and anyway it's what timid-but-honest heroines do, not pushy-but-insecure side characters).  But yeah, I don't get a good feeling about her.  Bottom line, she seems basically upset because her friend, who she thinks of as vaguely like a possession, may be doing something independently.  Maybe she's upset about the boyfriend period, maybe she's upset because our heroine might end up with higher priorities than her, maybe she's upset because our heroine didn't drop everything and call two seconds after the couple got together to dish all the dirt, thus showing unacceptable levels of independence . . . but it seems like it's something along those lines.  She feels like her handbag suddenly said there was someone more important in its life than her.

He's what I like to call a likeable douche. Yeah, he's a douche, but you can see the underlying goodness in him.

I guess the reason most people don't mind the brother being a douche is he's so good at it.  He's not your common or garden douche, he's what the TV Tropes folks would call a Magnificent Bastard (carefully does not link to the TV Tropes entry so fellow manga-lovers do not get caught in the Tropes Zone).

I got lost in the trope zone once for a whole weekend!! It's honestly the most addictive read out there, I'm just glad to hear others feel the same way xx
Maybe this will change down the road, but I just can't seem to like the friend Ringo. She is always going on about her boyfriend or having to leave her friends to go with him yet she doesn't really seem to care for him either. Just her way of behaving/talking makes her seem a bit shallow and selfish? Maybe they'll put an endearing spin on it later but while she's not evil, there doesn't seem to be much to her that makes her appeal as either a friend or girlfriend.

I guess the reason most people don't mind the brother being a douche is he's so good at it.  He's not your common or garden douche, he's what the TV Tropes folks would call a Magnificent Bastard (carefully does not link to the TV Tropes entry so fellow manga-lovers do not get caught in the Tropes Zone).

He's what I like to call a likeable douche. Yeah, he's a douche, but you can see the underlying goodness in him.

I hope the main guy's little sister and the main girl's older brother get together. They would have the perfect S&M relationship.

 

The more I see of Ringo, the less I like her. She's being unreasonable.

hmmm, shouldn't you normally, go out with your boyfriend on valentines day and have a birthday party some other day?

You know, the expressionless girl kind of irritates me.

The stuff with her boyfriend, whatever, but why would you schedule your birthday party for Valentine's day and then get angry when your friend who just got a boyfriend might skip on you?
The worst part is, apparently her going out with her boyfriend in the actual day of her birthday? Oh, that is sacred.

Nanase is a good girl

Is it weird that I get more excited by scenes with the brother and Aki?

Like I know how the main couple's going to turn out. New variables but same formula. But the brother's special brand of high handed sadism and Aki's otaku awkwardness is way more interesting.

I guess the reason most people don't mind the brother being a douche is he's so good at it.  He's not your common or garden douche, he's what the TV Tropes folks would call a Magnificent Bastard (carefully does not link to the TV Tropes entry so fellow manga-lovers do not get caught in the Tropes Zone).


Everyone needs to get lost on that website now and again.

I guess the reason most people don't mind the brother being a douche is he's so good at it.  He's not your common or garden douche, he's what the TV Tropes folks would call a Magnificent Bastard (carefully does not link to the TV Tropes entry so fellow manga-lovers do not get caught in the Tropes Zone).

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Glasses girl has a vivid and correct imagination.

well put

Tripped over this series while waiting for more Horimiya.  Souta and Maimai are adorable, and the series has the right balance of art (not overly exaggeratedly beautiful/baroque like a lot of shoujo tends towards), slice-of-life, awkward romance, and tongue-in-cheek/snarky humor.  Very much follow-worthy. ^_^

You are gonna be disappointed. Horimiya's main story is basically over after the proposal sadly. It becomes a gag episodic manga about the side characters.

After reading through the released chapters again and reading the comments, I think I know why I like brother so much: He's a douchecanoe, for sure, but I get the impression that he says the things he says because he finds everyone's reactions to it amusing.  The whole thin walls thing in the first chapter and his like of derpy dog vids seems to imply this.  And this is the exact kind of douche that I like :3

Tripped over this series while waiting for more Horimiya.  Souta and Maimai are adorable, and the series has the right balance of art (not overly exaggeratedly beautiful/baroque like a lot of shoujo tends towards), slice-of-life, awkward romance, and tongue-in-cheek/snarky humor.  Very much follow-worthy. ^_^

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Glasses girl has a vivid and correct imagination.

I think it's because he's a S, but not a douche, if you get my point.

Or he IS a douche and there's no pretense he isn't, and him being one is what makes him funny.

I think it's because he's a S, but not a douche, if you get my point. 

Maybe, but it certainly helps that he's not the romantic lead.

poor aki. used as a tool to relieve the demon's stress

The S-type bishonen that I normally hate in shoujo manga, is my favorite character in this one.

 

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What sorcery is this!?

I think it's because he's a S, but not a douche, if you get my point. 

The S-type bishonen that I normally hate in shoujo manga, is my favorite character in this one.

 

...

 

What sorcery is this!?

Even the sister knows Nanase is perfect wife material.


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