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Good Morning Paperback – May 15 2012

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 275 pages
  • Publisher: Digital Manga Publishing; Tra edition (May 15 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1569702586
  • ISBN-13: 978-1569702581
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.5 x 18.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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I happen to like angsty yaoi with cute boys, and this fits the bill nicely. While he melon bread wars isn't part of the main pot, I personally don't have a problem with it being in the middle of the book.
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needs work - the middle section doesn't connect with the rest; the Melon Bread War is an interesting side story, but isn't really connected to the main plot
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
By COM801 - Published on
Format: Paperback
We all like little surprises, but more than the ones that bring on the warm fuzzies and uncontrollable blushing, I prefer the surprises that make me a bit uncomfortable or appalled even. I enjoy it when life-like bits of cruelty and ignorance exist amongst the sparkles and flowers. I never had high praises for Natsumizu Ritsu until now. I don't think her work is awful, but the only reason I re-read her titles was because I couldn't remember what they were about.

The main story in Good Morning is about Hayashi and Shinohara; two salarymen whose companies have them working together on a project. Poor Shinohara... such a cute crybaby who had every reason to cry. Why did you fall in love with such a bastard? Hayashi is an idiot and a mean one at that. His apologies are hilarious and rather pathetic. This makes him somewhat endearing and that's a bit disconcerting because his insensitivity is oddly charming as well. No matter how you look at him, he's trouble. It's hard to escape the "gay for you" motive in yaoi and I tend to roll my eyes every time I encounter one--even if I enjoy the story--but I ate it right up this time around. I loved every minute of Hayashi's fall (or ascension, depending on how you want to look at it). Notwithstanding my contentment with the ending, I have lingering concerns about Hiyashi's temper. I think his jealousy and avarice, if left unchecked by his daily dose of remorse, could easily wander off into dangerous territory. But that could be interesting, too.

Is someone being called a "strawberry custard danish" an insult or a complement? I don't know and Fujino, the thinker of such thoughts, can't seem to make up his mind about that either. In the second story, "The Melon Bread War," Fujino, the unapologetic regular melon bread, is being harassed in the sweetest way by fellow employee, Kuraki, the aforementioned strawberry treat. Everyday, Fujino's lunch includes melon bread and, for some reason, this bothers Kuraki. After an unsuccessful verbal attempt to convince Fujino to buy something else, Kuraki takes progressive action and makes a daily habit of bringing a different variety of melon bread for his new lunch buddy to try. Once he runs out of ammo for his melon bread attack, we find that he's not just some lunchtime lunatic, but that his afternoon antics were part of his idiotic plan to break the ice with Fujino. Meanwhile, Fujino's been a mess since Kuraki started imposing on his break time and he can't figure out what Kuraki wants with him. I don't know who I pity more: Fujino, who finds himself interested in a guy who's really good at frustrating him or Kuraki, whose misguided attempts to indulge Fujino are more successful at unveiling Fujino's well-hidden mercurial nature. Well, they're both so awkwardly adorable, it's impossible to choose.

This is the book of the apologizing seme. I don't think I've ever seen so many mea culpas in one volume; it makes me feel good. I think it's great that the ukes actually have the upper hand in these stories, though one's wave is more silent that the other. I loved all the characters and their quirks. However, I have a special place in my heart for Hayashi's co-worker who was willing to help him out with anything save for one. My emotions were all over the place while delighting in this new, immediate favorite and I can't wait to read it again. If you haven't already, give it a go and have your own good morning.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa22997ec) out of 5 stars I liked it April 21 2013
By Aichan - Published on
Format: Paperback
I adore the second story. Their encounter, how they fell in love with each other and afterward are sweet.
The first story is so so. The seme made a big deal that he is not gay and the uke is gay every beginning of each chapter. And also, he said many mean things about gay stereotypes straight to the uke face. He rejected the uke, then BAM a third party, jealousy took over. The uke cried every single chapter, cannot really blame since the seme says really hurtful things. Not bad but not the best.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Hazen Yano - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Seriously love it! This manga doesn't have to much "graphic" scenes. but the story line and the flow is just awesome~ Sorry that's all I got to say~
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa275daf8) out of 5 stars Pretty, pretty boys Aug. 29 2014
By Karin Mazaki - Published on
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Hayashi is completely straight and falls for a gay guy. I can't blame him Shinohara is lovely, with impossibility long eyelashes. Hayashi is pretty in his own way. He unconsciously flirts with Shinohara and leads him on. Shinohara is soon in love with Hayashi. Hayashi struggles with his feelings and hurts Shinohara in the process. Jealousy brings him to his senses. A madly in love couple.
The next story is about a couple who fight about melon bread. Why are they fighting? They have to be interested in each other or they wouldn't care. Their story ends in the following chapter, as a couple they are still working things out. Ultimately they are not as interesting as the main couple but still make for a good story.
The book ends with an epilogue for the main couple, and there is a final word from the mangaka.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2d9bbe8) out of 5 stars Fun..funny...loved it! Feb. 18 2014
By yuuro33 - Published on
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It was a very funny and absolutely adorable read. I read it twice almost immediately. Great story, amazing art (the characters were hot!), definitely sexy! I would recommend this to anyone who loves mild dramas and humorous romances!