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ur thoughts on "the tyrant who fell in love/ koisuru boukun"
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25 / F / oooh, its sooo ho...
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Posted 6/5/12
who knows where to download vol 6, 7 and 8

pls TELL...
Posted 6/14/12

jeeez wrote:

who knows where to download vol 6, 7 and 8

pls TELL...


try to go to the scanlation group who scanned Koisuru Boukun.
http://www.liquideros.com/index.html and http://liquid-eros.livejournal.com/ to get the code to extract the manga, just go to the forum
Or http://shinscans.livejournal.com/ [even i don't know will they accept u as a member or not.]
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Posted 6/14/12

jeeez wrote:

who knows where to download vol 6, 7 and 8

pls TELL...


Well, you could, ya know, BUY IT? Amazon is showing volumes 1-6 in stock, with vol. 7 due out in September. If it's a series you like, you should do what you can to support the mangaka.
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I kind of agree. I like to buy paper book versions to support the industry, and because I still have a fetish for collecting paper books and flipping through them. I got my copies from Barnes & Noble and akadot.com, preferring the latter because it's a smaller company that really puts effort into their service. But!!! If you must read ahead or just can't get your hands on a book version for now, but hopefully with the intention of buying them in the future, I found online versions at tenmanga.com.

And as for the thread topic, I absolutely love this series. It's one of my favorites for leaving me with all these messed up (in a good way) emotions and haunting aftertaste, Loveless being another. It's funny, ridiculously hot and sexy even without the full frontal (but with just about everything else), has perhaps the hottest age-appropriate uke in BL-dom, for me anyway, and an equally ridiculously hot seme. I agree with someone else who wrote it's great seeing Morinaga all sweet one minute then irresistably seductive the next.

I really enjoy Hinako Takanaga's evolution in storytelling and artstyle. It was a tad bland sitting through Challengers but was so worth it just to get the lead-in to Koisuru Boukun. It's nice to see her ukes evolve from prepubescent looking girly types (even though they're high school seniors) to pure hotness.

I think I've gushed enough.
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