And about those roles… There are often tell-tale characteristics that identify the uke or seme role, but here, both leads are tall in stature and sturdily built, so that’s not it. Ogura’s character’s bodies are becoming more round–a little pudge here and there–but they’re still lanky; I’m loving this fusion. There’s an age difference, but that means nothing. They both have rather melancholic dispositions, so there’s no asymmetry there. However, I did notice that Tagame has leg hair and Yorozu doesn’t. But honestly, for this story, it doesn’t matter, because I think their dispositions lend themselves to a reversible future.
The development of their relationship was peppered with enough obstacles that it took a while for them to really get together, but not so many that you’d find yourself thinking, “here we go again.” I got all kinds of fluffy, sad, and grrr feelings from this and I wish there was a third volume so I could get some more.