Sasaki to Miyano is a fluffy romance that will give your heart, the much-needed hope that maybe love is still out there.
The common theme for this week’s feature seems to be “Pain and Angst”; as our chosen authors share their favorite moments.
An ongoing BL webtoon based on the novel of the same name by Jeo Suri, Semantic Error is illustrated by Angy Kim and serialized in RidiBooks. It focuses on computer science major Chu Sangwoo and Department of Design star Jang Jaeyoung.
Based on the manga of the same name and written by Shō Harusono, this cute anime has just started airing and it is everything a normal BL is not. Only two episodes have aired as of now but I can say that the story is full of fluff. It’s just fluff all the way. If you ever want to recover from watching something emotionally heavy, this is it for you.
Although the anime adaptation of Tomoko Yamashita’s The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window starts with a deadly sixth sense and lots of sexual innuendos, the real backbone of this story begins as it progresses forward. A supernatural mystery bromance about a bookstore clerk who can see ghosts and a powerful exorcist he becomes involved with, The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window delivers a truly emotional punch.
While the world battles the new Covid-Omciron variant and third wave seems to be eminent, the Boy’s Love World is still churning out scrumptious new content.
“It was really hot. Much hotter than I’d imagined. The lights on the stage were so hot. I don’t really remember anything else. I was just thinking about how I was actually allowed to say that much. I can’t describe that feeling very well. I want to do another show. I want to experience that feeling again. Also, I want to write another song.” – Mafuyu Sato
Can’t say goodbye I’m still drifting with your echoes
The Stranger by the Shore (Umibe no Etranger) has arrived on Funimation, and my heart could not be happier. This Kanna Kii and Studio Hibari animated film premiered in Japan in 2020, leaving me wrapped in a cocoon of emotions.
By now the connection between live action Boys’ Love television/web series and anime is no longer a kept secret among high school girls, but a worldwide passion for all ages and cultures.