The 8 Best BL/Yaoi Manga That Need An Anime Adaptation

The 8 Best BL/Yaoi Manga That Need An Anime Adaptation ...

Given, Yuri on Ice, No. 6, and Sasaki and Miyano have all become popular anime genres. More BL manga are slowly getting anime adaptations, but there is a large pool of them that aren't yet.

These BL mangas might not be the most dramatic or over-the-top, but they have very good stories and great characters. Whether you're watching their friendship blossom into a relationship or just working on their relationships, you'll want an anime adaptation to tell their stories.

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8 Glass Syndrome

Glass Syndrome is a manga that is less dramatic in its plot. Nijou is a high school student who is seemingly excellent at everything he does. He is excellent at sports and popular in school. His teacher asks him to check on fellow student Toomi, who has been absent a lot recently. It turns out Toomi has a secret that could very well ruin his life.

Nijou and Toomi are both extremely insecure and fearful of others rejecting him if he isnt perfect, so he's constantly making sure to maintain his facade. Toomi, on the other hand, is emotionally depressed by dealing with his family's financial situations. The only time the two can be themselves is around each other.

7 Our Dining Table

Yutaka, a salaryman who loves cooking, is able to assist his brothers in cooking, and he accepts the offer, sharing meals with them.

The relationship between Yutaka and Minoru is a slow burn, but its rewarding and enjoyable to see happen. Both men have had different lives and are dealing with their own difficulties, but watching them work through them and realize their shared feelings makes this story so compelling. Tane is simply adorable and adorable; it'd be a crime to ignore his narrator's actions.

6 I Cannot Reach You

Kakeru and Yamato have been friends for a long time, but most of their peers do not understand why. Yamato is quiet and almost expressionless when talking to others. When Kakeru sees a girl talking to Yamato, he thinks his best friend is going to get a girlfriend. However, Kakeru realizes that it does.

Yamato already knows he likes Kakeru and admits it when asked who he has a crush on. While Kakeru grapples with his feelings and worries, the story kind of follows the typical best friends-to-lovers cliche.

5 Candy Color Paradox

Satoshi Onoe is a professional journalist who loves his work but finds himself paired up with Motoharu Kaburagi, a disgruntled photographer in a manga that both admit they are capable of putting themselves to the test.

Satoshi is firm and disciplined when it comes to his work, while Motoharu is laid back and straightforward, but it works. There are occasions when they are a bit over-the-top with their reactions, but these are mostly for comedy purposes.

4 Toritan: Birds Of A Feather

Inusaki is a detective, along with being well-known for a lot of odd jobs for his neighborhood. However, there is one bird, whom he calls Kuro, who reminds him of his landlord's son, Mitsuru. Mitsuru seems to have a secret of his own.

Inusaki and random birds are funny and funny, as well as quiet and sweet moments between him and Mitsuki. Their relationship isnt too fast or too slow, but it still has a good development that would be fun to see on screen.

3 My Love Mix-Up

Aoki is a male student who has a crush on female student Hashimoto. When he borrows her eraser, he is surprised to discover Idas (a male student) at Aokis' desk and assumes Aoki has feelings for him. From there, a series of hilarious miscommunications develops between Aoki and Ida.

A few love triangles are common, but none are as funny as this one. The love triangle between the three students is resolved fairly quick, rather than continuing to develop for a long time. A romance story with slice-of-life elements and comedy moments that is sure to keep viewers interested

2 The Two Lions

Junpei Shishido is a first-year college student who is warm to everyone he meets. After Leo brushes him off, Junpei discovers that he and Leo both attended the same high school, and that Leo was reputed to be a gang leader. Despite these rumors, Junpei sets out to be his friend.

The story of classic opposites is enjoyable to read. Leo isn't just a grumpy-faced guy; he wants to make friends, but many people surround him. Junpei is very open-minded and realizes that his feelings are becoming something more than friendship.

1 I Hear The Sunspot

A manga that is so sweet, it deserves to be animated. Kouhei lives a tense life because to his hearing impairment, but is scolded because of his loudness. Taichi, a loud and boisterous man, meets them and builds a friendship that gradually develops. As Kouhei learns to open up to someone who doesnt mind his disability, Taichi encourages him to live more happily in his life.

Both characters have a wealth of personality and hobbies, and fans can easily relate to something in their personalities and hobbies. The romance is so slowly developed that it might come off as a bromance, but it's still enjoyable to see develop. It's also rare to see a character with a disability in a BL manga, and it's a nice progressive step in the anime industry.