Continuing with the Manga Gift Guide, today let’s take a look at BOYS LOVE. Remember, you can find the Great Manga Gift Guide repository at Ozaku simply by clicking here.
Boys Love – Kaim Tachibana – Angsty characters and beautiful art make this one a winner.
Camera Camera Camera - Kazura Matsumoto – When a high school student accidentally injures a photographer, his life becomes a living hell. Having to become his gopher, Akira finds himself attracted to his slovenly new boss. Great comedy, great characters, this series is a lot of fun.
Living for Tomorrow – Taishi Zaou – Quirky and fun, a high school student tries to hide the fact that he’s in love with his best friend.
Cut – Toko Kawai – Piles on the angst as two people cast adrift in life find a life line with each other.
Hero Heel – Mokoto Tateno – Sexy and intense, this is my favorite Tateno title.
New Beginnings – Kotetsuko Yamamoto – Sweet and charming, two high school students discover the true meaning of love.
Kiss All the Boys – Shiuko Kano – Funny, funny series with dysfunctional characters and engaging situations.
Brilliant Blue – Saemi Yorita – Can opposites really attract? This is another sweet, sensitive romance where you really want the protagonists to get together.
Future Lovers – Saika Kunieda – Realistic situations and sympathetic characters make this hard to put down. Humor hits the mark, too.
Tea for Two – Yaya Sakuragi – Klutzy high school student falls for his elegant and sophisticated friend.
Just Around the Corner – Toko Kawai – Beautifully rendered book about two sorrowful people in need of love and understanding. This is a student/teacher romance done right.