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Yellow 2 Episode 3 (Yaoi) Paperback – Sep 8 2011


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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I can't believe I only gave it 3 stars! June 20 2010
By Jessie Potts - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
First I have to say that I adored Yellow. I love the author/illustrator and bought both Omnibus editions with eager glee. Yes the 'Green means go Red means danger yellow means proceed with caution' sometimes was annoying, but I loved Goh and Taki I loved them and how Taki always had a gun hidden somewhere or a knife to keep Goh off of him. The snatching jobs were also detailed and always interesting to try and puzzle out myself. I was curious at first as to why this series was titled a yaoi when it was clearly just shonnen-ai territory until the fourth volume, but I loved it anyway.

Yellow 2 is ridiculously small. I mean it's a fifth of the size of a regular manga or yaoi. A fifth! Also it is priced at 6.95 and that is just too much to pay, even to a Yellow fan. I felt like they should have priced them at under 3 dollars or bunch the stories together and sell them all as one volume. I say that though I love the characters so much I'll probably end up buying the second one just to see if it's any better.

The book started with Goh and Taki being 24, two years have passed and they are both still working in that bar. Apparently the detective they used to work with is having a lot of problems with this one drug snatching job, and threatens them out of retirement. You can tell they love it though, their eyes are sparkling and I can imagine that after snatching drugs, one gets a little high off of the adrenaline rush. The story was solved too quickly. There was no building up, no flirting (not much) and not much investigating. I think that's what made me rate this a 3 star more than the price. It was like a smaller recycled version of the original Yellow, when I wanted so much more.

Hey the second volume in Yellow 2 could end up being phenomenal and this was just a warm up, like I said I will probably buy the second one, but something has to give, either the price or more plot.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
What is there not to love! May 19 2011
By R.Parklane - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A lot of bad news development on the Yaoi front. Yellow 2 is pretty pricey considering how short it is. But Goh and Taki has my full support as this couple is pure charm. In Episode 2, Goh tells Taki when he starts falling in love for Taki, while they are at it (grin). The flashback takes them to their very first assignment as a team. Just delightful seeing Goh's expression through the panels, whenever he falls just that little bit more for Taki. Tateno's artwork is gorgeous and this couple is just so sexy.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Awesome July 15 2013
By TJ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Great book to add to your Yellow collection but keep in mind that it is about the size of one chapter in an actual manga. It really is just like a one shot manga but it still has a good story. If only the price was lower that it wouldn't be so bad of a buy.
Barely yaoi, but not bad. March 29 2015
By Shaiya - Published on Amazon.com
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Yellow 2: Episode 3 was both a surprise and a mild disappointment in that it is an extremely skinny manga. I agree with the other reviewer who suggested that Episodes 1-3 should have been grouped into one volume and sold as one book. Clearly I did not believe or pay close enough attention to detail in the item description, since I was so surprised it was so short. This story is literally one chapter long.

That being said, I loved Yellow 1: volumes 1-4, and it was enjoyable to see the same style of artwork of two of my favourite characters continue in the second "series." For anyone who purchased the original series, it should be noted that Yellow 2: Episode 3 is NOT an oversized volume like Yellow 1: volumes 1-4 were. It does not fit aesthetically on the shelf next to the original manga. Except for being skinny... very skinny... it has the same dimensions as regular-sized manga published by June.

About the yaoi content: The main 2 characters are in a relationship (obviously) which makes this unequivably BL. There is one very short sex scene that is entirely non-graphic. I would still categorize this as yaoi, but just barely, and definitely not as hard yaoi. There is mild violence, which was fun, as it showed off the characters' male fighting spirit and I enjoyed that. There is no NCS and no bondage.

About the storyline: In previous reviews, reviewers had given storyline descriptions that were about previous volumes, not this volume. In Episode 3, the main plot revolves around Goh's two "masters" who raised him after his mom abandoned him, asking him to help the man who his mother abandoned him for to find something that she had hidden from him before running away with yet another random guy. (Whew!) It gets under Goh's skin, and Taki is there to try to help him. The story is short, but I thought Tateno did a good job of illustrating both of the main characters' personalities and feelings.

The reason I gave this episode (doesn't seem fair to call it a book) only 3 stars instead of 4, although I liked it alright and I do love the two main characters, is that the story was simply too short to be very engrossing, which simultaneously made it turn out to be not a very memorable read for me. Was I glad I read it? Yes. Did it seem worth the price? No. Not for a single chapter volume. I didn't feel satisfied after reading it. It felt more like a teaser than an ending to the series. And 2 pages of boy-on-boy action was just not enough for me. If I had only five words to describe this episode, it would be "One-shot: uber-soft yaoi."
Loving This Dec 26 2014
By Wendy M. Schuffert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I'm a huge fan of Makoto Tateno and I love these Yellow 2 Episodes. I miss this series. I love Taki and Goh.


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