Yotsuhara Furiko manga
"Wishing on the Moon," by Morinaga Milk, is the final story in the series that began with "Even If We're Not Friends" and continued in "If I Kiss Her Ring Finger" and "Chocolate Kiss Kiss." Can Nana and Hitomi manage to balance their relationship with the other demands on their time? Morinaga stopped drawing for the magazine after this issue, so this is all there is of Nana and Hitomi's story.
- Chap 0 Vol 01 (4 years ago)
A quarterly yuri anthology/magazine. In Morinaga Milk's "The Secret Recipe," the president of the cooking club helps one of the members with a dilemma. "Love Fool," by Hattori Mitsuru, is an extremely short one-shot about two girls playing around in the water. Miyauchi Yuuka's "Camel" is about addiction. "Koburiawase," by Ugawa Hiroki, is about a girl who goes to live with her late mother's family after WWII. In "Scent of Sweet," by Yoshida Mikiko, the protagonist complains to a friend about the downsides of having large breasts. "Ochoufujin" is a one-page short about Aim For the Ace.
Collection of 7 short stories revolving around an all-girl's school. From Lililicious: • Tomodachi ja Nakute mo (Even if We're Not Friends) - "Even if We're not Friends," is about two girls who were friends in junior high but end up going to different high schools. • Tengoku ni Ichiban Chikai Natsu (The Summer Closest to Heaven) - Tells the story of a ghost who accidentally possesses a girl, then takes advantage of the situation to interact with the woman she loves. • Kiss to Koi to Oujisama (A Kiss, Love, and a Prince) - Takes place in the same setting as "Even if We're Not Friends," but centers around different characters. The main character is kissed by her sempai, who is playing opposite her in the school play, and freaks out because she always imagined her first kiss would be with a boy, preferably a dashing prince. • Itsuka no Kono Koi (This Love from I Can't Remember When) - Tells the story of one girl's unrequited love. • Kuchibiru ni Cherries (Cherries For Your Lips) - Tells the story of a girl who's in love with her best friend. • Kusuriyubi ni Kiss Shitara (If I Kiss Her Ring Finger) - Nana wants to take things farther with Hitomi, but Hitomi doesn't seem interested. Meanwhile, Nana's failed her midterms, and she uses the make-up tests as an excuse to avoid Hitomi. • Honto no Kimochi (Real Love) - Michiru confesses her love to her sempai and asks her out. • Chocolate Kiss Kiss - comes after "If I Kiss Her Ring Finger." Valentine's Day is coming up, bringing both sweet and sad memories for Nana and Hitomi. • Wishing on the Moon - comes after "Chocolate Kiss Kiss." Can Nana and Hitomi manage to balance their relationship with the other demands on their time?
Natsuo recently got a hot private tutor for his upcoming entrance exams. But there's something funny about Miss Hibiya that he just can't put his finger on. Miss Hibiya helps Natsuo on both his exam and his love life at school.
- Chap 0 Vol 00 (4 years ago)
The essential only first-year member of the struggling cooking club, an irreverent manipulative airhead, comes to the prim and proper new club president, pressuring her for "advice" (a trial girl-girl kiss). Supposedly, the newbie has recently developed feelings for an unspecified girl, suspected herself of being lesbian, and unless proven that girl-girl is not at all fun and icky after all, will quit, since cooking was only ever for raising appeal to potential future husbands anyway... It's a lie. Never one for cooking in the least, Wakatsuki was, from the beginning, only ever there for her cute little president.
Mari is a shy, studious girl who has neither a boyfriend nor any friends. One day, Akiko - one of the most fashion-conscious and sociable girls in the class - strikes up a conversation with her out of the blue! As the days go by the two become inseparable, with Akiko often cheerily remarking on how they became best friends so easily. Mari has a lot of fun with Akiko and her group, slowly becoming more outgoing despite still being timid and awkward. But she knows, deep down inside, that she doesn't want them to stay just friends forever...
Ever since Sasami was a little girl she's admired those who defend justice. She loved watching shows about Magical Girls and Sentai Rangers, but the shows she loved watching the most were police dramas. Years have passed and Sasami has become a police officer herself. Her first assignment is to go undercover and act as a student at Hanagaki All-Girls High School to make sure there are no corrupt teachers or students there. One night, while helping out the photgraphy club, they enter the supposedly empty library to find someone there. After trying to run away, one of the club members concludes that she's trying to steal expensive books that should be locked away but are missing. Sasami chases after and catches her, telling her she's with the police. The girl turns out to be her classmate, Sakuraba. After finding out it was a misunderstanding, she goes to apologize and ask that she keep it a secret that she's with the police. Sakuraba then reveals that she is the police officer in charge of Hanagaki All-Girls High School, and that Sasami must have been assigned there by mistake. Why was Sasami assigned there and what will happen between her and Sakuraba?
A Kiss, Love, and a Prince" takes place in the same setting as "Even if We're Not Friends," but centers around different characters. The main character is kissed by her sempai, who is playing opposite her in the school play, and freaks out because she always imagined her first kiss would be with a boy, preferably a dashing prince. -- Lililicious
- Chap 1 Vol 01 (4 years ago)