Eerie Queerie!, Volume 2

Eerie Queerie Volume After Mitsuo discovers that a former theater club member has been haunting the school Hasunuma collapses in the middle of rehearsal and to make things tres miserable the injuries separate his soul f

  • Title: Eerie Queerie!, Volume 2
  • Author: Shuri Shiozu 四方津 朱里
  • ISBN: 9781591827207
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • After Mitsuo discovers that a former theater club member has been haunting the school, Hasunuma collapses in the middle of rehearsal and to make things tres miserable, the injuries separate his soul from his body It s up to Mitsuo to return peace to all of the guys and dolls As the drama heats up, will the show go on Or will the production turn into a little shop of hoAfter Mitsuo discovers that a former theater club member has been haunting the school, Hasunuma collapses in the middle of rehearsal and to make things tres miserable, the injuries separate his soul from his body It s up to Mitsuo to return peace to all of the guys and dolls As the drama heats up, will the show go on Or will the production turn into a little shop of horrors

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    1. Review originally posted on The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange :)For a full review of this series, please click here.

    2. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Eerie Queerie takes place in one of those unique manga-only worlds where every guy is constantly attracted to every other guy. Rivals abound and no guy is safe from the adoration bug. It gets a bit old as does yet another clueless but haplessly cute hero and the more worldly guy who spends most of his time leering. Story: Hasanuma's had an accident that has caused his soul to separate and be unable to return. Mitsuo is determined to [...]

    3. Good for the first half but then when Mikuni shows up we got straight into the the rapist trope. Kanau is then forced to serve Mikuni when he doesn't want to. :/

    4. I picked up Eerie Queerie! vol 2. today--why oh why couldn't they have called it Ghost!, which seems to be the original title?--and laughed my ass off. How many more guys can lust after poor, clueless Mitsuo? There's the evilish temple priest, a dead boy ghost, and clueless Ichi coming closer to realizing what he wants. Plus the hiccups of death and Hasunuma glomping at every opportunity he can get. Hasunuma may love Mitsuo, but he needs to be walloped across the nose with a rolled-up newspaper [...]

    5. I really loved Mitsuo and Hasunuma's story in this one, the way Mitsuo is slowly opening to the possibility of maybe having deeper feelings for Hasunuma - when he isn't being totally oblivious, that is. Like on the beach, when Mitsuo and his friends found the couple kissing, everybody was all bug-eyed, tongues lolling, and he was all, "Hey, look another resort on the other side of the lake. Interesting." Yet it still doesn't click for him that maybe he isn't into girls, after all. It's quite fun [...]

    6. Another good installment. Ichi also starts crushing on Mitsuo and now rivals Hasunmura - the two become like the cute medium's bodyguard, though still ghosts manage to find him. Hasunmura goes into a coma after saving Mitsuo's life and Mitsuo realises just how much he misses his friend. We also meet the perverted priest Mituni who seems to hit on everyone! No girls at all in this volume, just lots of cute boys. A little light on the emotional side of things, this is a really fun series with very [...]

    7. Eerie Queerie two is still as fun and beautiful as the first. They kick the fan service up a notch, but it's still pretty light (compared to most anyway). If my memory is correct it starts to go down hill now, it hints at the craziness that abounds in the last two books. Still, highly recommenedable as something light, and people new to the Yaoi genre.

    8. It's just fun. There's nothing really to gain or learn or some cosmic lesson that will change the world and alter our reality for the better. It's just a whole lot of hot guys groping each other for our entertainment.

    9. I like this book series a lot. It's just a tad cliché at times, but that's what makes it quite cute. It's odd to think these boys lust of the artless, naïve and clueless Mitsuo. But, he is equally cute!

    10. I think this volume is better than the last - less tropes, but the first chapter wasn't very interesting. I really like Ichi though

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