Junjou Romantica is an anime that follows the lives and loves of three shonen-ai (boy-love) couples. The stories are divided into 3 groups: Junjou Romantica, Junjou Egoist, and Junjou Terrorist. The first couple is Misaki and Akihito. It is the story about Misaki having to live with his brother's childhood friend, Akihito. Akihito is completely in love with Misaki's older brother, so he would do anything he asks of him, even if it means putting up with his idiotic, little brother. But, after Misaki's older brother gets marries, how will Akihito deal with the heartbreak? The story continues will Misaki consoling Akihito, but sometimes consoling turns into romance. Also, there is Hiroki, another one of Akihito's childhood friends, who is very in love with Akihito. The problem is, Akihito doesn't think of Hiroki in any way other than friendship. Luckily for Hiroki, he meets Nowaki. Nowak
Runtime: 25 minutes
Junjou Romantica - Shungiku Nakamura - Netflix
Shungiku Nakamura (中村 春菊, Nakamura Shungiku, born December 13, 1980) is a Japanese yaoi manga artist. She is most famous for creating Junjo Romantica: Pure Romance. Shungiku Nakamura's distinct style of manga has been identified largely throughout Japanese and English yaoi fanbases. Her works usually include large age gaps between the seme and uke and characters with careers in the publishing industry (as depicted in Junjo Romantica and Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi). She often cowrites with Fujisaki Miyako, who authored the novels of Yoshino Chiaki no baai in Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi.
Junjou Romantica - Works - Netflix
Junjo Romantica: Pure Romance (2002 - Ongoing) “Junjou Mistake” (2008) Hybrid Child (2003 - 2004) Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi (2007 - Ongoing) “√W.P.B.” (2004) “Touzandou Tentsui Ibun” (1998 - 1999) “Mangetsu Monogatari” “Tsuki wa Yamiyo ni Kakuru ga Gotoku” (1999) “Picturesque of a Mask” (art only) “Umi ni Nemuru Hana”
Junjou Romantica - References - Netflix