Blue Hearts
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  • ブルーハーツ
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  • 6.28
  • 5.85
  • 126
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“What the hell are you doing, me?”
Already half of his high school life is over and none of his hopes and dreams have been fulfilled yet…
This is how Yuuhi Nagi, who has no friends in his classes, has been living his uneventful empty life – until he got dragged into this unexpected crisis!
This is how the lives of the four people who are most likely to repeat a year, and the person who will help them succeed, are connected.
This is where this bittersweet coming of age story begins!!

TW: Rape.
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This series has received quite the flak quite early and is positively shit on. and if you've read the comments below you might see some recurring themes in the comments below and you're in doubt about whether or not hear me out.

Rape -> bad. Yes, rape is a very easy and cheap way to progress the story, but with proper execution it can actually be good (see: Goblin Slayer). And yet this failed at it, horribly. It did progress the story (a little) and deepen one, just one, character. It felt out of place and forced. She () did something bad () and in my opinion, was enough to convey that her life is a mess to the point that she would do drastic things (). Rape was not needed in this, it only created an unnecessary stake in the story.

MC is a one-dimensional nuisance. Just like Re:LIFE we were introduced to a dysfunctional main character, and I think the author tried to do the same thing but tried to introduce him in a slower but more natural pace, and for the first 14 chapters, we were stuck with a nosy, delinquent-type MC showing off all his rough edges but only recently is his character being built up. So it turns out, there's more to him that what I thought of originally.

Overall, the rape scene was a mistake, but if you're willing to move past it, the series actually shows promise. I still think that Yayoi Sou can still create a relatable and homey Slice of Life that has the RE:Life feel and I think it's too early to judge the currently undeveloped and one-dimension cast the series has.

Last edited 6 days ago by Belteshazzar.

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I cant wait next (y) 😍
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The gangbang thing just ruined it for me, regardless of the bad characters and stupid logic. Not interested anymore, dropped.
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I Love this story for now 😍
I hope that you can continue about MC and Seto's Story 😆

Last edited 10 days ago by shin1412.

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Was very interested until i read rape
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seems like it was a good idea i didn’t read this lol

hate rapey bullshit
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I loved Re:Life, but this is incredibly difficult to read. I hate all the characters, it jumps straight from nothing to gang rape...JUST CALL THE FRICKING POLICE ALREADY! You are aware that your abusers having compromising pictures of you actually incriminates them, right? Also, how is any of this "bittersweet"?

Ugh. Might have to drop this and hope the author's next series is better.
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14 chapters in and this story has nailed the MC as probably one of the worst written protagonists I've ever read about. Also the story started at a low point and then went even further straight to trash so that doesn't help either. Good riddance.
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> Content:
> Sexual Violence

Wut wot?

Anyway, this story at best was a boring manga.
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I was wondering why this artwork looked so familiar...
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I can not believe it's from the same creator of relife
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It was doing alright, it could have been developed into something interesting, then suddently the sudden shitty plot appears...
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if you're a yaoi manga then hell yea go for it dicks and buttholes and all. But if you're shounen then get this homo shit outta here
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well that sure escalated quickly...
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13 chapters and still I find it hard to like any of the characters...
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This supposed to be shounen but the plot is from hentai.(not in a good way)

Last edited 2 mo ago by Drakall.

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This story is not bad but is nowhere near as good as Relife. To be fair though, Kaizaki and Hishiro were really great characters with both strengths and flaws.

The characters here so far only showed their flaws. I am sensing a lot of character development down the line but for now (as of chapter 11), everyone is shet and unlovable.

Last edited 2 mo ago by Nep.

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Euh, how do I put this ...

The story seems mediocre and nothing special either for me.
To be honest, no wonder there is not many reading it. Of course, at first I had a bit of bias and good expectation about the author next project, however it seems the story suffer too much from common rom-com/slice-of-life troupe.

I share a bit sentiment to few people who hate the MC just by seeing his face, well yea, me too.
If I could be more honest, I hate the MC character design, especially with piercing.
Some character are cool and handsome with piercing, however some were not, like this mc. It feels like he's tryhard deliquent (or perhaps it's unsuitable with author art style).

I guess I'm done reading this.
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Anyone have the raw link for this series?
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No chapter this week thought it was biweekly?