- Tapa blanda: 200 páginas
- Editor: 801 Media, Inc.; Edición: 01 (19 de junio de 2008)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1934129194
- ISBN-13: 978-1934129197
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
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The President's Time (Yaoi) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 19 jun 2008
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Mutsuki inherited his father's company eight years ago. He's been doing fine as a CEO, but there's one thing that has always been a shadow lurking over him: he never accomplished his father's last wishes to "go and become the ultimate evil boss!" But Mutsuki is so kind that his daily attempts of training to commit evil deeds are a complete failure. Will he ever succeed, or will his father's last wishes be forgotten? Especially now that Mutsumi has met the beautiful Torii, and that he is falling for him....
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I will now look out for other works by this author.
By the same author:
Her artwork is a little different - no flowers or girly ukes here. Plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, though. She moves effortlessly between the erotic and the comic. And speaking of the erotic, the artwork is refreshingly graphic - no blank spaces or Ken-doll bodies in Kirishima's work. The side characters and sub-plots are also engaging and leave you wanting more.
My only quibble is with the translation. I was able to read the first two chapters as fan scanlations before this project was licensed, and the fan translations caught more of the subtleties of the original. But if you haven't read the prior translation, you probably won't be bothered by this. As I said, the differences are subtle. In all other respects this is a superior edition - a must-have for any yaoi collection.
That said, I enjoyed the rest of the book, not just the covers. The art is a little so-so in places. I had trouble telling Mutsuki's brother and Torii apart a couple of times. They look very similar. The story is nothing original true but it was definitely handled in a great way. I love Mutsuki. He was so cute and innocent. I laughed every time he tried doing something "evil". His secretary and driver cheering him on while he tried to play ding dong dash was hilarious. The story wasn't high on the yaoi content. There were only a few scenes that were short but sweet. Either way, the cuteness of the story more than made up for it. Cliche or not, I found the whole book to be very endearing in a goofy humor kind of way. Tamaki Kirishima is great at making weird situations and funny characters. So if you're looking for something entertainingly funny to go with your man love you'll be very satisfied here.
The graphic is interesting, pretty original and different from others I read. The male characters are decipt in good detail, even if Torii is a bit to like Mutsuki's brother, sometime I confuse the two. Actually the graphic is the main interest in this manga, since the story is pretty clear and not very much more than what I wrote.
There is a sub story that is also quite interesting, among Mutsuki's brother and the chauffeur, but I think it would deserve a bit more of space. In the end then, the author lets us see some more details on Mutsuki's lawyer.
All in all I'm happy to read this, the love story is sweet and romantic.