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Fashionable Yuzu imagined the first day at her new school she transferred to after her mother's remarriage a bit differently; she didn't know it'd be an ultra-strict . This books (Citrus Vol. 4 [PDF]) Made by Saburouta About Books Citrus is an ongoing yuri manga series that offers a bittersweet love story. Related Posts. Goblin Slayer Gaiden: Year One – Chapter [Download]; Dr. Stone – Manga Chapter [Download]; One Punch Man – Manga Chapter .
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In the span of about ten pages Yuzu goes from wanting a boyfriend and habitually lying about having one, to being attracted to her new step-sister. Does she experience any sort of dilemma for the sudden in perceived sexual orientation?
The answer is: no, not at all. In fact, while she questions what her feelings for her new sister are, she never really tries to figure them out. Instead she spends most of her time trying to figure out what Mei is doing and what she can do to help. This is where the books really start to flag.
Mei has pretty much every stereotypical rich-kid problem in the book. Her mother died in an accident, her daddy has been traveling since she was young, her grandfather is stiflingly strict, she's somehow in charge of school management because her family owns the school and she's the Student Council President. All of this seems to have made her into a cold, distant person; one who needs some relaxation and a calming presence in her life to help her out.
Instead she gets Yuzu, a girl determined to help but who is absolutely, blindingly determined to do so in the most obnoxious, unhelpful way possible.
This is a consistent theme throughout the novels and on the one hand, I could see it being entertaining in its own way, but the two characters lack even the most basic of chemistry.
The story themselves seem to try to be one chapter stories. They're disconnected and lack cohesiveness yet insist on following every standard romantic trope the author can toss in. Plucky Rebellious teen? Distant Ice Queen love interest? SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads.
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Citrus Vol. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this presentation? Why not share! An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Full Name Comment goes here. There's more tension between me and a snack after my workout than there is between these two characters. I want to root for them and I want to wish them well, but it's All in all, this reads like an author's first attempt at a manga. For those who are familiar with manga and their various tropes, this one isn't worth your time.
It offers nothing unique or especially entertaining and very often fails to deliver any emotional payout at the end of the chapters. It's boring and aggravating at turns because it lacks any sort of depth. It looks tantalizing because of the covers but the covers are literally as far as any character goes sexually and romantically.
You'll be better off looking elsewhere for your yuri fix. Yuzu Aihira, having transferred schools after her mother's remarriage, has a lousy first day at her new all-girls academy. Her dyed-blonde hair, makup and slight uniform alterations all mark up her record and worse still, she's called out by the strict Student Council President, Mei.
Mei also happens to be the school chairman's granddaughter. Returning home to her newly married mother, Yuzu is informed that her stepfather has gone globetrotting for his work and that she has a new, younger stepsis Yuzu Aihira, having transferred schools after her mother's remarriage, has a lousy first day at her new all-girls academy. Returning home to her newly married mother, Yuzu is informed that her stepfather has gone globetrotting for his work and that she has a new, younger stepsister.
Yuzu deals with her new home and school lives, begrudgingly, and things almost start to seem normal. Conflicting emotions towards her new stepsister send big-talking but niave Yuzu spiraling into confusion.
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Citrus seems, at first glance, like a fluffy romance that starts at an all-girls' school that I would probably still read for my own guilty pleasure. And, so I can address this as early as possible, the incest thing everybody keeps harping about is minuscule. Yes, yes, Yuzu and Mei are stepsisters, but you heard the description, right? They've never even met. As I said, this manga seems like a cutesy little school life story. But once you read the first couple of chapters, it becomes a heartbreaking story about that painful first love-drunk, the standards imposed on us by society, our families, and ourselves, and deciding between what will benefit you, and what will make you happy.
Art specs The art is phenomenal. Oh, my God, it's gorgeous.
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The fluid panels make page-to-page movement as smooth as you'd expect in an animation. I am thoroughly impressed. Great manga, and my first graphic novel of I would gladly read more.
View 1 comment. Jul 27, James DeSantis rated it liked it. What's better than Lesbian lovers? Lesbian sister lovers! Well, they're step-sisters. Japan ain't game of thrones everything quite yet. Okay so this outspoken girl, Yuzu, is all about being cool and trying to be popular and of course dating boys!
That is until she finds out a classmate, Mei, becomes a step sister because Yuzu's mom remarries and now they live together. But hey, it doesn't stop there. When Yuzu catches Mei making out with a teacher she plays a little game of "I'ma tell everyone" What's better than Lesbian lovers? When Yuzu catches Mei making out with a teacher she plays a little game of "I'ma tell everyone" but mei jumps up and gives Yuzu her first kiss. This is when Yuzu begins to experience feelings for girls!
Art is pretty solid. It bounces back and forth between funny comedic bits and some more emotional moments. I was actually surprised how much a series like this tried to build on relationship part of things and showed how important family is instead of being pure fan service. Saying that, the plot is okay at best. I mean, this is a series about two sisters falling in love. Things happen, way over the top, and then of course all gets settled quickly because, well girls like girls, and they are sisters, and we need to see them make out more.
Overall this is a fun little series. I think I'ma keep going. No, not just because it has Lesbian sisters. I think the characters are interesting enough and the comedy is pretty solid. I'm hoping this series builds up to a stronger story, I think it could actually talk about important subjects like rape and sexuality.
Let's see! A 3 out of 5 for now. Jan 19, Rebecca rated it it was ok Shelves: Definitely the least consensual yuri title I have read to date, Citrus is nonetheless interesting. It feels more like yaoi with girls, but if you enjoy yuri titles, this is one to check out.
Longer review eventually appearing on the Anime News Network. Sep 13, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: This book is a mix bags of good and bad. The Good: It's a decent yuri. Yaoi usually trumps yuri as far as mainstream manga goes and it's hard to find yuri with some well developed characters and decent storyline. The sexual undertones weren't uncomfortable for me, but I know that's not everyone's cup of tea.
The plot and immaturity of the characters were standard manga norms and while it didn't break any new grounds with me, I could definitely recommend this title to some of my readers.
The Ba This book is a mix bags of good and bad. The Bad: The cold-hearted love interest. It makes me want to slap and strangle non-existent characters. The "kinky" incest overtone.
I just wish, it could have been strictly about two girls liking each other without throwing in the incest trope. Jul 19, Jaylee rated it it was ok Shelves: So there's a bajillion consent issues and a lot of porny nonsense. I'm vaguely intrigued by Mei's backstory, because she acts like someone who's gone through a lot of abuse and lashes out against people the way she was treated.
I doubt this porny "omg stepsisters suddenly sharing a bath even though no mom in her right mind would expect two teenage girls who met a month ago to be comfortable taking a bath together" manga is going to treat their characters with any nuance.
I'm kind Erm. I'm kinda cranky at this one. Like can we stop writing creepy, rapey porn about queer people. Apr 16, Sylwia Wish Fulfillment rated it really liked it. Important note: Why you might bump this up on your TBR: The fanservice is tasteful and showcases how women look at other women. The art style is gorgeous and the mangaka is able to skillfully show movement through still panels. Why you might bump this down on your TBR: The incest erotica part of this actually takes away from the potential of the work, as it makes the romance unbelievable and takes away from the concept of sisterhood.
Dec 28, Ana rated it really liked it. Having read through a good chunk of the series, I think volume 1 is actually Citrus at its weakest. But you should still pick it up and start reading it anyway, because once the characters particularly Yuzu and Mei click, it's hard to put it down.
As a series, what really gives Citrus its legs is the will-they, won't-they dynamic between Yuzu and Mei. Instead of filling up volume after volume with sex scenes, both women are caught up in a slow burn romance that view spoiler [only culminates ch Having read through a good chunk of the series, I think volume 1 is actually Citrus at its weakest.
Instead of filling up volume after volume with sex scenes, both women are caught up in a slow burn romance that view spoiler [only culminates chapters into the future, when both girls grow enough to the point where they're ready to have a relationship. Yuzu isn't ready yet. Mei is too guarded.
Yuzu has unrealistic expectations. Seeing both girls view spoiler [finally reach that moment where they can have a real romance with one another hide spoiler ] takes a lot of time, and when the two finally reach that moment, it's absolutely rewarding.
Like, squealing-in-joy rewarding.
That's why the first volume is a little tougher to work through, especially because view spoiler [the non-con scenes can be really uncomfortable and leave a bitter taste until Yuzu and Mei finally figure out how to have a healthy relationship.
Short version: If you're interested in the characters by the end, then Citrus is probably right for you.
If not, well, understandable enough. Oct 19, Erica rated it liked it Shelves: I still find them hard to pin down--Mei's motivations seem to be all over the place and while I like Yuzu, she's also kind of erratic in her thoughts and actions as well.
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I wish there was a little more backstory included, too, so I could better understand how either of them could have possibly gotten into this situation. The cliffhanger at the end definitely makes me want to keep reading though, so I think I'll check out the next volume at least and see if it gives me a better idea of who these characters are and why I should care about them.
In the end though I'm just trash who's happily here for taboo lesbian sisters. Jan 27, Tyra Doll rated it it was amazing Shelves: Citrus is a young adult yuri manga.
If you want a yuri manga that focuses on relationship more than sex,you might like this book. Saburo Uta's artwork is amazing. The characters are so pretty and cute! It is cute and you'll get so many emotions reading this!
Nov 02, Selena rated it really liked it Shelves: I randomly found this at the library and went, "Sure, why not? Free's free. I think I'll read the next volume before making any decisions, but so far, it's got promise. Jan 25, Anastasia Antonova rated it really liked it Shelves: Feb 27, David Turko rated it liked it. First off, this book is smutty trash. But I wont lie, the art is very good and their were some compelling stuff here.
Will I keep reading this? Apr 15, Ruta S.Instead she gets Yuzu, a girl determined to help but who is absolutely, blindingly determined to do so in the most obnoxious, unhelpful way possible. For those who are familiar with manga and their various tropes, this one isn't worth your time. Citrus 10 books. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Later, as Yuzu and Mei's relationship starts to deepen, a sinister girl decides to pay Yuzu a visit. The cliffhanger at the end definitely makes me want to keep reading though, so I think I'll check out the next volume at least and see if it gives me a better idea of who these characters are and why I should care about them.
The only true complaint I have is about the speech bubbles going from bubbles to lines. Aihara Yuzu, a high school girl whose main interests are fashion, friends, and having fun, is about to get a reality c Citrus is an all-new yuri manga series that offers a bittersweet love story coupled with gorgeous artwork. SlideShare Explore Search You. I wonder what it would be like.