Bara manga, yes everyone love it. The wellknow artist in bara manga like Takeshi Matsu or Tagame, they are awesome. They always have new comics that main character is muscIed guys who don't know in deep he love guys. The plot like this make me hot and curious what will happen in next chapter. Yakusa guys with beautiful tattoos in the bath house scene is so hot. Bara is a Japanese genre of manga and art for gay and bisexual men, usually (but not exclusively) made by gay or bisexual men. In Japan it's more commonly known as "gei comi", "gei manga", or "menslove". Note that, like most Manga Demographics, Bara is defined in terms of the target audience, not the authors or the subject matter; there are women who write Bara and are published in Bara magazines, while the rare few stories by gay male authors about gay men which are intended for a general (presumptively heterosexual) audience are not usually classified as Bara. Bara can cover any topic but most focuses on romance or sex.
Bara generally features mature and realistic relationships, rather than overly melodramatic soap opera plots. Bara is more likely to feature manly and muscular (sometimes hairy) characters with varying degrees of body fat, as opposed to the androgynous and effeminate boys commonly found in Yaoi. It also, usually, tends to avert, subvert or invert the Uke and Seme dynamics; e.g., frequently the Seme is someone younger and much "cuter" looking. Bara also tends to be much more explicit than yaoi.
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Gengoroh Tagame is an example of a well-known artist. Other popular and well-known artists include Gamma, Jin, Kazuma, Manya, Takeshi Matsu, Inaki Matsumoto, Ron-9 (who drew the top picture), Takakunozomu, and Matsuzaki Tsukasa. Takaki Kyou has also got a lot of popularity with the kemono bara crowd. Female fans do exist, to the point where a couple short-lived manga anthologies catered to both male and female Bara fans. Bara is hot, First off, let me get this off my chest it’s the character design. Bara guys tend to be fairly muscular, which is not so different than what you’d find in Western gay comics. What does seem different is the obsession with monstrous proportions we seem to have in the west. Take for example the work of LOGAN.
This is a gay male comics artist whose artwork I find absolutely superb he’s got serious chops in terms of linework, colors, composition, you name it. But his men leave me icy cold. Their m*scles have m*scles and the tool appear easily as large as my forearm. I understand that this sort of thing is hot for some like I’m aware that monstrous-sized breasts are appealing to certain straight boys, but for me, looking at this artwork doesn’t turn me on I just want to buy these poor fellows a back-brace or something. (For a particularly freaky understanding of this, step into the uncanny valley with me and check out some of LOGAN’s Poser artwork.)
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