Bumping because this manga deserves it.
I bought the first volume in a whim and then proceeded to read the whole thing on the internet. I am surprised on how much I ended up liking this. It have all the appeal of The Big Bang Theory
, but with less focus on sitcom and a good sense of passage of time. That last bit is probably what makes the story so good, I think. It allow the cast and the plot to be recycled while still keep the same feeling of the show.
One interesting result of this constant change of focus, at last for me, is that I end up "tricked" into reading Yaoi in the latest chapters. Queer Romance
is not a genre I got myself reading with much frequency (or at all) so seeing its inclusion here was quite a surprise, specially as the author seems to be taking the issue seriously. I am quite curious to where this will be going but, for now, I am actually cheering for Madarame/Hato*
if only for the break of the taboo of having a serious gay romance in a non specific genre.
edited 7th Jul '13 1:26:47 AM by Heatth