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27th May 2008

After I Win

Rating: ♦♦♦♦

I’m suffering from cute overload here. I thought I was sick of school boys and tales of dormitory porn. I guess I still have a fondness for my school boys humping when it’s well done.

First of all, the art in this release is simply gorgeous. Normally, I’m a fan of the more sketchy styles, but the quality of the art is sucking me in and forcing me to admit that there’s something to be said for a clean, crisp style. Throw in horny youths, a depraved older brother, furtive masturbation, a touch of sexual tension and I am hooked.

Hiyori is crushing on his younger roommate, Kasumi. Kasumi seems to respond to the advances, but is it lust or just the feelings of a kohai for his sempai? Then, once it seems that Kasumi is going to return Hiyori’s feelings and gropings, we have Hiyori being too nervous to perform.

Lots of very nice and very hot scenes in this release. I’ve always been a sucker for school boys beating off in secret. It makes my dirty mind very happy.

Really, this is a pretty frothy release without too much substance, but the quality of the art and the sweetness of the story makes this a release worth checking out. You know, if more school-boy romances were this good, I wouldn’t be so bored with the genre.

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24th May 2008

Lost Boys

Rating: ♦♦♦♦

All Mizuki wanted was a quiet night at home. He certainly wasn’t expecting to be swept off to Neverland by Air, the leader of the Lost Boys who’s looking for someone to play ‘father’ to the boys. He wasn’t expecting fairy dust and he definitely wasn’t expecting to get stuck in Neverland because he’s forgotten how to dream. He also wasn’t expecting to fall in love with Air. Which complicates everything.

Mizuki wants none of this ‘father’ business. He didn’t really have a father growing up and doesn’t see how he could be any kind of ‘father’ to the motley crew that Air has collected. Since Mizuki’s stuck there, he resigns himself to helping out and getting along with everyone there. At least until they can figure out how to get him back home. While he’s there he finds himself being drawn to Air.

Now, Air is just looking for someone to remember him. All of his boys grow up and forget all about him and Neverland. Mizuki promises to remember him and seals it with a kiss. After that their relationship starts to change subtly. Mizuki begins to realize just how much Air means to him.

It’s just completely endearing. I liked all of the characters but there were really two things that just made the story for me. First of all was the pain-in-the-ass, smart-mouthed fairy, Reux, and the landlocked pirates who have turned away from their pirate ways to the ‘service industry’. Silly pirates. Don’t you know you’re supposed to be stealing/drinking the rum not serving it to customers!

And just a note to the pirate captain: you really should just run away with the pretty Indian brave. Have mad hot boysex. Trust me. You’ll thank me for this one later.

It’s lighter fare than I’m usually drawn to, but the quality of the characterization and the art just sucked me in. While it’s not going to be a modern classic of the genre any time soon, it’s well worth your money if you want something that’s just going to leave you with a smile on your face.

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