Released on year:2016
Aside from his one unusual hobby, Ryou Sakaguchi is an ordinary high school student. Sakaguchi is a fudanshi, a man who enjoys reading manga about "boys' love" and fantasizing about the gay potential he sees all around him. Before he dies, he only has one wish: to find some friends who share his secret passion.
Sakaguchi starts to uncover a slew of interested parties, and his wish comes true. Rumi Nishihara, a closeted fujoshi who is eager to discuss the joys of boys' love with Sakaguchi; Yuujirou Shiratori, the flamboyantly gay leader of the school's cooking club, who makes no attempt to hide his sexuality; Akira Ueda, Shiratori's devoted admirer, who will do anything for the love of his life; and even the mischievous Daigo, a fellow fudanshi and popular Toshiaki Nakamura, Sakaguchi's best friend, stands by their sides throughout all of the otaku chaos, wishing only that his classmates would act more like normal people.
It's senior year! !, Hepburn: Hai Sukru! Kimengumi (Japanese:!, Hepburn:!, Hepburn:!, Hepburn:!, Hepburn:!, Hepburn: Motoei Shinzawa's manga series Kimengumi (lit. "High School! Funny-face Club") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by him. From October 1980 to April 1982, Shueisha's Weekly Shnen Jump serialized a first series called Third Year Funny-face Club. It's senior year! From April 1982 to July 1987, Kimengumi was serialized in the same magazine. From October 1985 to September 1987, an anime television series aired, and in July 1986, an animated film was released. Flash! is a sequel manga. From 2001 to 2005, Square Enix's Monthly Shnen Gangan published Funny-face Club.