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Ai Ore!, Vol. 3: Love Me! by [Shinjo, Mayu]
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Blaue Rosen is bumped from a gig because Yuya wants his own band to perform instead. Mizuki and her bandmates protest, and Yuya decides he’ll let the all-girl band play—but only if he gets a date with Akira!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 233107 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Nov. 14 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x99397b88) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
HASH(0x993a8054) out of 5 stars Reads like a guilty pleasure manga Feb. 22 2012
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Ai Ore! is about a boy who is often mistaken for a girl dating a girl who is often mistaken for a boy. It's not an in-depth look at gender studies or traditional gender roles. It pretty much just uses this gimmick for moe.

Mizuki, the girl, is the guitarist of the band Blaue Rosen and has gotten her boyfriend Akira to be the lead vocalist, but Akira has to pretend he's a girl when he's with the band. One time Akira agrees to go on a fake date with a guy so that the band can play where and when it wants to, and the guy actually believes that Akira is a girl. Another character, Tsubasa, shows up and has a major crush on Mizuki, so Tsubasa tries to ruin the girl's relationship with Akira.

There are quite a few funny moments in Ai Ore! I have, however, felt iffy with some parts of this series. Well, mainly one part: Akira. In his need to feel "masculine," he instead sometimes dips into just being a chauvinist. Shinjo makes a comment in the manga about everyone loving Akira, but I don't think that's true. However, the good news is that Akira seems to have some growing moments in this volume. He does a few jerky things, but this time around he gets nailed for them. For instance, he tries to say he'll "claim" Mizauki, a wording that made me angry, but then another character talked to him and said that's not how men behave. At another time, Akira was being too pushy with Mizuki, but she put him in his place by saying he couldn't treat her that way. I'm glad these things happened. Ai Ore! does have some funny moments, so I don't want the series to get ruined by Akira's idiocy.

Aside from these Akira moments, Air Ore! basically reads like a guilty pleasure manga. It has quite a few references to sex, especially with characters trying to sleep with one another and invariably failing. Mizuki and Akira have some tiffs during the book, and toward the end, Mizuki's parents try to set up an arranged marriage for her. They don't pick a stranger, but another character from Ai Ore! The humor has to be the best part, and I hope Akira continues to improve and doesn't make any backslides.

Reviewed by Danica Davidson
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HASH(0x993adca8) out of 5 stars Good, progress so far! Jan. 9 2012
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I have volume's 1 - 3 of this series and so far it is still good. In Volume 3 the major plot developments are , Akira and Mizuka get into a huge fight over what Mizuka's real feelings for Akira are. Akira gets hit on by a guy who thinks he is a girl. Mizuka gets presued by another guy giving Akira an unwanted rival and Akira is still hounding Mizuki for a more intimate relationship, but Mizuka is still on the wall regarding their sleeping together, I won't say whether it's yes or no. The art work as usally is expressive and beautiful A+. It has it's laugh out loud scene's like Akira getting drunk while wearing a flimsy kimono surround by men. And cute moments like Mizuka and Akira sing on stage. The story so far still fun and entertaining, with a lot more background on the main characters B+. In all Volume 3 makes a good addition to the series.
HASH(0x993b20f0) out of 5 stars Five Stars Sept. 21 2014
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Thank you!!!