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Title(s): Teirui Makura
涕涙まくら
Choroize! Jigoku
Dangerous Symphony
Author(s): Ike Reibun
Artist(s): IKE Reibun
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Romance, Sci-fi, Smut, Supernatural, Yaoi
Start Date: 2011
Status: Completed
Summary:
1. Teirui Makura
Popular honor student little brother, Yuua, and his kind older brother, Seigo. One step ahead in the puberty department, Seigo tries to put a little distance between him and his cute little brother. However, the innocent little brother is to blame with his defenseless skinship. Finally, Seigo's lust consumes him and he can't endure anymore. Once Yuua accepted that idea, his desire to be attached to his brother grew stronger every day.

2-3. Finger Biting, The Moon's Colorful Person

4. Choroize! Jigoku
A constant failure at job interviews thanks to his scary expression, Danda's employment agent sends him on a rather unusual assignment.

5. Loup-Garou Gokou extra
A short extra to Loup-Garou Gokou, chapter 9 in Hide and Seek.

6. Natsu ni Shini Yuku Monogatari (Dangerous Symphony)
Rock and Homero live in a world, where all kinds of laws restrict people and you can get arrested for the simplest things. Naturally, being love with another man is frowned upon.
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