History Manga / LoveMode

9th Mar '16 4:40:03 AM MoonByte
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* LittlestCancerPatient: [[spoiler: Tomoki has an inoperable brain tumor, has essentially a few months left to live, and all he wants is for somebody to love him. So he hires Seiichi of the Blue Boy, whom he had fallen in love with after meeting him by chance at a hospital, to be his lover for two weeks. Seiichi ends up falling in love with him for real and quits his job at the Blue Boy so Tomoki can spend his remaining days with somebody who loves him.]]

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* LittlestCancerPatient: [[spoiler: Tomoki has an inoperable brain tumor, has essentially a few months left to live, and all he wants is for somebody to love him. So he hires Seiichi of the Blue Boy, whom he had fallen in love with after meeting him by chance at a hospital, to be his lover for two weeks. Seiichi ends up falling in love with him for real and quits his job at the Blue Boy so Tomoki can spend his remaining days with somebody who loves him. They move together, but [[TearJerker Tomoki dies only a day or two after that]].]]
7th Dec '15 8:58:38 PM Willbyr
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* ArtEvolution: And how. Just compare Reiji and Naoya in [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/love_mode/v02/c001/18.html the second volume]] to the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/lover_s_mode/v01/c000/7.html oneshot sequel]].

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* ArtEvolution: And how. Just compare Reiji and Naoya in [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/love_mode/v02/c001/18.html the second volume]] volume to the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/lover_s_mode/v01/c000/7.html oneshot sequel]].sequel.


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13th Oct '15 4:34:55 AM Adept
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** Surprisingly common in sexually explicit BoysLove manga and anime, to the point that "glowing cones of light" has become a running joke in the Western [[BoysLove BL]] fandom. In ''LoveMode'', it's possible to pinpoint the exact moment when the censorship law was relaxed, as the sex scenes shift from BarbieDollAnatomy to... definitely and distinctly not. It's actually kind of jarring.
8th Sep '13 9:23:39 PM allboyband
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* CompleteMonster: Aoe Shougo. [[spoiler: In addition to being the founder of the Blue Boy, he ''purchased'' Haruomi, knowing the teenaged boy to be up on hard times, and then subjected him to cruel humiliation before dumping him on Kiichi to be Kiichi's new "dog". When Kiichi was a child he severely broke his arm, and then confined Kiichi to the Aoe compound before using the boy as bail with his pedophile teacher to force the man's influential father to sign over power to him. Reiji was the only one seen of any worth to Shougo, but he only saw him as a means to carry on the family name and businesses--thus he left ''everything'' to Reiji when he died, while knowing Reiji didn't want ''any'' of it. The only person he showed any actual care with was his lover Nishiki, but Nishiki didn't like how cruelly Shougo treated his own children, and he ''certainly'' didn't like seeing Shougo ruin people's lives and claim it was for Nishiki's sake.]]
28th Aug '13 5:58:29 AM Shasarazade
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* DisappearedDad Disappeared Grandpa: In volume 5 Naoya finds out he has a maternal grandfather who only takes an interest in him [[spoiler: because of his own ailing health]]. Considering Naoya had been living in horrendous poverty before meeting Reiji, he's not in the least bit pleased about this news.

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* DisappearedDad [[DisappearedDad Disappeared Grandpa: Grandpa]]: In volume 5 Naoya finds out he has a maternal grandfather who only takes an interest in him [[spoiler: because of his own ailing health]]. Considering Naoya had been living in horrendous poverty before meeting Reiji, he's not in the least bit pleased about this news.
28th Aug '13 5:58:12 AM Shasarazade
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* DisappearedDad Disappeared Grandpa: In volume 5 Naoya finds out he has a maternal grandfather who only takes an interest in him [[spoiler: because of his own ailing health]]. Considering Naoya had been living in horrendous poverty before meeting Reiji, he's not in the least bit pleased about this news.
27th Aug '13 6:32:57 PM Shasarazade
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27th Aug '13 6:32:56 PM Shasarazade
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* UnstoppableRage: When Arashi [[spoiler: stumbled upon Izumi being raped by a stalker]] he beat the assailant so severely that he'd thought he killed the man. After asking Kiichi about it, it's revealed Arashi ''crushed'' the man's nose and left him covered in blood.
27th Aug '13 5:38:03 AM Shasarazade
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* TruthInTelevision: While Naoya's life in between [[spoiler: losing his whole family]] and meeting Reiji may come off a overly extreme, there have been cases in Japan (ex. the Sugamo case of 1988, and the Osaka case of 2010) where children are alone and fending for themselves (and in some cases have ''died'') due to societal abandonment.

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* TruthInTelevision: While Naoya's life in between [[spoiler: losing his whole family]] and meeting Reiji may come off a as overly extreme, there have been cases in Japan (ex. the Sugamo case of 1988, and the Osaka case of 2010) where children are alone and fending for themselves (and in some cases have ''died'') due to societal abandonment.
27th Aug '13 5:37:19 AM Shasarazade
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* TruthInTelevision: While Naoya's life in between [[spoiler: losing his whole family]] and meeting Reiji may come off a overly extreme, there have been cases in Japan where children are alone (and in cases have ''died'') due to societal abandonment.

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* TruthInTelevision: While Naoya's life in between [[spoiler: losing his whole family]] and meeting Reiji may come off a overly extreme, there have been cases in Japan (ex. the Sugamo case of 1988, and the Osaka case of 2010) where children are alone and fending for themselves (and in some cases have ''died'') due to societal abandonment.
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