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Kare wa, Watashi no Koto ga Suki Mitai Desu.


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Author: Mitsuki Miko
Artist: Mitsuki Miko
Genres: Oneshot OneshotRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShoujo Shoujo
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
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3 Comments

This felt so staged like watching a high school film club movie.

Also, so much superficial premise (artwork, female characters perception of the male mc). Reminds me of one of the reasons why I usually don't read Shoujo Manga...

At first I liked the heroine's straightforwardness with her friend (or more accurately, what she let's pass as a friend), but I got quickly disappointed with her when she's willing to use an innocent guy to boost her status, then even after coming to like him, actually tries to break up with him because he didn't elevate her in her "friend's" eyes. I could let it slide if we had a backstory on her that gave her low self-esteem and a desperateness for friends so as to explain her behavior, but we don't, so she just looks like an lifeless doll who miraculously gains feelings at the end.

I didn't like it.  I'll grant that the heroine is a little different.  But it felt too sketchy.  The boyfriend barely existed in 2d, let alone filling out as a character.  The friend was an annoying brat.  The heroine was potentially interesting, but unsympathetic and her shifts just didn't feel real.  The tension was so gratuitous they would have been better off skipping it and just focusing on developing the relationship.


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