the cheshire cat boris

anonymous asked:

Can i ask for a recommendation on a cheeky hero, who teases alot and smiles alot kind of like the seccondary love interest in Nakanmon or someone a bit like Shishio maybe?

  • Orokamono No Koi - The hero in the side-story called “Kyou mo, Kimi ni Muchuu no Byouki” is a happy-go-lucky teacher like Shishio.
  • 7-Jikanme Rhapsody - Same ^
  • 7 Genme Wa Himitsu - Same ^
  • ½ Prince - Same ^
  • Seishun Walker (2nd story) - Same ^ (Yes, I’m really surprised I know a lot)
  • Sono Me, Kuchi Hodo Ni. (2nd story) - This is pretty much Shizume if Shishio wasn’t a teacher :P and which is why i said i ship them in another manga cause i really love this story
  • Shinbunbu no Komatsu-san
  • Otome To Meteo
  • Ao Haru Ride - Tanaka-sensei ♥ he’s not the hero but he should be
  • Ouran High School Host Club 
  • Akaiito (Miyasaka Kaho)
  • Sugar Family
  • Heaven!!
  • Hanada
  • Stand Up! (Yamakawa Aiji)
  • Suiren
  • Vampire to Shinigami
  • Clover No Kuni No Alice: Cheshire Neko to Waltz - Makes sense since Boris is the Cheshire cat.
  • Steel Rose
  • Order wa Boku de Yoroshii desu ka? (1st story)
  • Yoshiwara Hana Oboro
  • Boku wa Kisu de Uso wo Tsuku
  • Cheese in the Trap - err, he’s a closet yandere though.
  • Boku No Sekai Kimi No Real (4th story)
  • Kiss Ni Juuzoku
  • Tounan Kadobeya
  • Lip Smoke
  • Akuma To Candy
  • Natsu Yasumi Zero Zero Nichime  
  • Kokoro Kimiiro Sakurairo

astherosepetalsgrewblack  asked:

Thank you for answering! & I wish I knew Japanese :/ & I'n interested in the manga :D


Okay, so I think it’d best to describe the official books of the Alice series and give some tips on the order you should read them in. I’ll be quoting shamelessly from what harroe posted on Aksys forums and add my two cents. I’ll include my opinions as well but try to be brief about them. (emphasis on try)

The first thing one should know that the Alice series is originally a series of otome games that have received numerous manga adaptions. These games are the original canon of Alice series that involve the actual writer who created the whole concept of this franchise. Manga adaptions have been made in order to spread the fanbase, but they’re all written by different satellite writers and are more like an officially approved fanfiction archive. XD Every manga author has a different approach to the storyline and the characters and their interactions, with each other and with Alice. 

By Yen Press: 
Alice in the Country of Hearts’ encompasses the entire first game of the Alice series and was the first Alice manga to be licensed in North America by Tokyopop who published 5 volumes before shutting down, was the series was re-released by Yen Press. Yen Press has only one other manga of this series called ‘Alice in the Country of Hearts: My Fanatic Rabbit’. That manga is also based on the first game of the Alice series, but it features an Elliot/Alice pairing.

By Seven Seas: 
Just like My Fanatic Rabbit, most of the other manga of this series are focused on a romantic relationship between a character and Alice, instead of being an equal focus on all the characters like Hoshino’s manga (Circus and Liar’s Game being the exception). None of the mangas have any chronological connection to each other. They are alternate versions based off different character game routes from the Alice series games and should be considered independent of the ‘Alice in the Country of Hearts’ manga in case of everything but the world setting. Seven Seas Entertainment has been releasing a lot stories that come from all the different Alice series games. Their “Alice in the Country of Heart” books are all based off of the first game mentioned before, “Alice in the Country of Clover” titles are based off of the second game in the series and Alice in the Country of Joker: Circus and Liar’s Game encompasses the entire third game. Alice Love Fables: Toy Box and Alice Love Fables: Junk Box are collections of stories featuring different pairings. The officially published manga list so far is:

Alice in the Country of Hearts:The Clockmaker’s Story - Julius/Alice
Alice in the Country of Hearts:Love Labyrinth of Thorns - Julius/Alice
Alice in the Country of Hearts:The Mad Hatter’s Late Night Tea Party - Blood/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz - Boris/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: Ace of Hearts - Ace/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: Knight’s Knowledge - Ace/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: Bloody Twins - Twins/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: Twin Lovers - Twins/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: March’s Hare - Elliot/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: March Hare’s Revolution - Elliot/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: Nightmare - Nightmare/Alice
Alice in the Country of Clover: The Lizard Aide - Gray/Alice
Alice Love Fables: Toy Box
Alice in the Country of Joker: Circus and Liar’s Game - Blood/Alice
Alice in the Country Of Joker: Nightmare Trilogy - Nightmare/Alice
Alice Love Fables: Junk Box

Recommended order:

Please see this post.


‘Alice in the Country of Hearts’  is the manga that most of the people are introduced through to this fandom. Sadly, this is probably the worst of all the adaptions in terms of writing. While you need to read it to get a basic grasp of the the way wonderland works, you should take almost all the characterizations (except Julius and Gowland, I guess) with a grain of salt. The writer took the creative liberty to completely change the male lead and turn him into an abusive, crass misogynist, ruining the romantic subplot to a large extent. The character portrayals stay close to their game selves only in the first volume as the events there directly follows many game scenes, the end of the first volume is where things start getting off the rails. I have described the problems in detail in this post. Alice in the Country of Hearts: My fanatic rabbit is pretty mediocre imo and I have a rather low opinion of the art, but it might be enjoyable to an Elliot/Alice fan.

Of the Seven Seas releases above, I found almost all of them quite satisfying in case of storylines except Ace of Hearts (which was an accurate portrayal of the characters but the original game route it’s based off was so dark that I couldn’t help but be little uncomfortable), and The Mad Hatter’s Late Night Tea Party (which was great in the first volume but the second volume was rushed and full off cliched drama). ‘Alice in the Country of Joker: Circus and Liar’s Game’ encompasses the whole third game’s plot and it’s the best adaption so far, in my opinion. It’s also a Blood/Alice pairing with heavy focus on the other characters, just like the ‘Alice in the Country of Hearts’, but it has a much, much better plot and features completely accurate portrayals of the characters coupled with a well-paced, intriguing and mysterious plot. However despite my love for this book I had a problem with the localized version-the editor who worked on Hoshino’s adaption is now working on the other officially localized Alice mangas from Seven Seas and she insists on treating Hoshino’s manga as canon and deliberately change Blood’s characterization for the worse in other mangas where he IS portrayed properly. So if you spot inconsistency and out-of-place vulgarity in any of the characters’ (primarily Blood’s) speech and conduct, treat it as a localization problem. Fujimaru is an awesome author and her writing isn’t to blame. Despite this bad tendency of SS the general translation is quite fluid and enjoyable with only some occasional awkward phrasing.


Once you have have read at least a couple titles you can jump into the sea of fan-translated stuff in this manga list~ Other than the full chapter releases below, you can also find a large number of translation snippets of Alice mangas/comic strips done by many tumblr users in my Alice series resources page.

fluffypinkperson  asked:

Boris was walking through the Forest one day when he spotted the Dormouse minding his own business. He smirked. He crept up behind the Mouse and put his hand on his shoulders. "He~y, Pie~rce~!!!"

The poor dormouse squeaked in terror and spun on his heels to see the Cheshire Cat staring down at him. “B-Boris?! W-what do you want?!” He squeaked in question. Grabbing and fidgeting with his tail.

the-tea-loving-earl-phantomhive  asked:

"Don't touch me!"

//Sorry I didn’t respond sooner. I haven’t been on tumblr in a few days. :P\

Near put his hands where the other could see them. “I’m not going to hurt you. What happened?“ The other boy appeared to be injured pretty badly, and Near decided he couldn’t just leave him like this. “You need a doctor.” He mumbled.


Your anime boyfriend by Zodiac Sign

Aries- Takumi Usui
Taurus - Xerxes Break
Gemini - Ikuto
Cancer-Kaworu Nagisa
Leo- Gaara
Virgo - Cheshire Cat Boris
Libra- Gray Fullbuster
Scorpio - Allen Walker
Sagittarius - Kakashi
Capricorn - Sebastian Michaelis
Aquarius - Switzerland
Pisces - Lelouch Lamperouge

( Hehe tried to find the best, so now I’ve done Shoujo still have two more to post. Hope you likes)

Closed ~ Excuse Me


{ you sent the thing as a fanmail bae imma make a post for it bc I can’t answer publicly :) }

15. Having a Bad Day

Alois frowned, throwing his phone, then a pillow (as it was the next closest thing) across the room as hard as he could. He didn’t care if the phone broke, he was too angry and frustrated to care. “Go away…” The blond whined, when he noticed BEN.