GE ~Good Ending~
Alt name(s):
  • GE - Good Ending
  • GE ~戀愛成就~
  • GE~グッドエンディング~
  • Mutlu Son
  • نهاية حسنة
  • 7.61
  • 7.52
  • 221
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Utsumi is your everyday student. He is also a boy that has always had a strong sense of what is right in the world. With nothing but innocence and a mind that longs for his "significant other," Utsumi takes on one of the toughest subjects: love. With the help of the devious and mysterious Kurokawa Yuki, will Utsumi learn how to be fortunate in the game of love? Only through the ups and downs of real life, and the assistance of his friends, will Utsumi be able to take a bite out of life and learn just what love is.
Reading progress:
  • Volume 0/16
  • Chapter 0/156

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L'amour est cruel
Personally I think the end was the worst part of the manga - it isn’t bad, just the worst part, due to it being rushed obviously. Otherwise this is simply a high school soap opera made into a manga. It’s over-dramatic, the story is linear and predictable, though the side characters were given some care, there’s little suspense or creativity, but it’s still an entertaining read. Even with my second read I’m still undecided what to think of this manga, but overall I think it’s a decent work from a talented artist.
What a fucking awful manga. Melodramatic, adolescently angsty bullshit. In all seriousness, you need to be about 12 years old emotionally and mentally to enjoy this pile of garbage. Anyone with any relationship skills at all will get nauseous at the abject stupidity of the characters.
Yea some parts relationship wise did seem like they had no real purpose, but overall reading through the whole story was quite enjoyable, i just wish that the ending had more time to develop and give it the sense of suspense it was missing. Sorta felt like it just fell flat during the "climactic" chapters.
Edit: i just wanted to respond to one of the previous comments. Sure the ride is important, but dropping the quality of the ending does little in favor of the readers. The idea that someone reads 140 chapters, and getting handed an ending is just unpleasant. Granted I'd still give this an 8/10, but reading all that to just receive a somewhat premature ending is unsatisfying, even if its due to the mangas popularity dropping.
Last edited 11 mo ago by Never_Forever.
End was good, but what a shit show. 7/10 at best
Too much fainting horse shit.
the best course of action is reading the one-shot, the ending and the after-wards chapter.
I really liked the whole journey but there were some parts that felt really stupid and a waste a time, but it's a really entertaining manga that manages to keep you hooked (except when dumb stuff happens).
One of my absolute favourites of all time, her art improved afterwards with Domestic Na Kanojo, but this was till great for me.
No? it was fully scanlated by S2Scans.
Last edited 2 years ago by MangaDex.
What the hell happened with this project? Was it dropped or is the translator group lazy?
I feel compelled to remind people that the point of these kinds of manga is NOT the end-goal, but the journey towards it. Despite what people say, this was really popular for a reason, but dropped off because...well, let's be real it kept repeating the same scenario but with different people. It got stale, hence the rushed ending. I feel it was paced just fine and the ending should have been fleshed out more, but that's what happens when a manga loses popularity in Japan.
Yeah I like the Oneshot but can't imagine liking the series, 150 chapters to reach that end goal? n o p e, im not ready for that much harem bullshit
This had a promising beginning but turned into a Seo Kouji-style train wreck. Worth reading the one-shot and pretending the rest never happened. The newer series by the same mangaka, Domestic na Kanojo, is better so far--still in that soap opera kind of style but kept more within bounds so it doesn't inspire as much rage.