It is the Bakumatsu period, a time of conflict and chaos- both on the battlefield and in the hearts of men. Whilst the rest of the Choushu clan focuses on conflict, however, one man- Kusaka Touma- dreams of a prosperous future where Japan opens itself to foreign countries. Determined to see that future come to pass, Kusaka decides to study English by taking lessons from one Akizuki Keiichirou- a man who sparks feelings in Kusaka that run deeper than mere friendship. But Akidzuki is a member of the Tokugawa bakufu and thus an enemy to the Choushu clan; can the nascent love between these two men really bloom under these conditions, or is it merely doomed to tragedy?
Continue reading “Final Thoughts: Winter Cicada (Fuyu no Semi)”
Now the Chief Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Meiji government, Kusaka keeps Akizuki as his secret lover in a guest house at the bottom of the garden, but poor Akizuki no longer feels up to servicing him. Can their love possibly survive, or, as we suspected, was it all doomed from the start?
Several years have passed, and HORSE has become increasingly popular. Continue reading “Winter Cicada 3 [end]: It started out like Romeo and Juliet, but it ended up in tragedy (part I)”
This is less a parody and more a mere summary of what happened.
“Our love must be tragic and difficult from now on.” Continue reading “Winter Cicada 2: Forget HARD GAY, this has real hard yaoi”
“Hmm, we’d better learn each other’s name before we embark on an intimate relationship, don’t you think?”
New methods of HARD GAY are detailed in the latest papers. Continue reading “Winter Cicada 1: My Liang is bigger than your Ezo (part II)”
Note: in the ever growing dictionary of parody terms, an Ezo shall now mean a small wang.
In an era of men and Swords, two star-crossed lovers from opposing groups meet and enjoy the finest HARD GAY known to man. Can their love survive, or is tragedy just around the corner in episode 2?
Some generics issue instructions for HARD GAY. Continue reading “Winter Cicada 1: My Liang is bigger than your Ezo (part I)”