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lunes, 2 de marzo de 2020

Reseña | Don't call me dirty

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Don't call me dirty | Dirty #1 | Kanbe Gorou
TÍTULO: Don't call me dirty
AUTOR: Kanbe Gorou
GÉNERO: Shounen ai, LGBT
EDITORIAL: TokyoPop
PÁGINAS: 176
SAGA: Darlin' #1
¡CÓMPRALO YA!
After some time in a long distance sort-of-relationship with his crush, Shouji is crestfallen when weeks of getting ghosted finally result in a confession: his boyfriend just isn't gay. Having struggled with his sexuality for years, Shouji throws himself into his work to distract himself from the rejection— but when a young homeless man called Hama shows up at the shop, Shouji finds himself curious to learn more about him and, hopefully, befriend him. Attempting to make their way in a society that labels each of them as 'outcasts' and 'dirty,' the two men grow closer. Together, they begin to find they have more in common than either of them could have anticipated.
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sábado, 22 de febrero de 2020

Reseña | Dekoboko Sugar Days

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Dekoboko Sugar Days | Yusen Atsuko
TÍTULO: Dekoboko sugar days
AUTOR: Yusen Atsuko
GÉNERO: Shounen ai, LGBT
EDITORIAL: TokyoPop
PÁGINAS: 256 
¡CÓMPRALO YA!
Yuujirou Matsukaze has been close friends with Rui Hanamine since the two of them were children, and at that time, Yuujirou was the one who stood up for and took care of his adorable, soft-hearted friend. But as it turns out, Yuujirou's childhood dreams end up growing a little too big to handle ― or, rather, too tall! At over six feet in height, the cheerful and happy-go-lucky Rui towers over his would-be protector... and still has no idea Yuujirou's had a crush on him since they were kids!
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