Name: I’ll still Love you Tomorrow
Manga-ka: Fuji, Akemi
Volumes: 4 (Complete)
Scanlations: V.04 Ch.13 (Complete)
Age Group: Teen
Summary: MITSUKI is on top of the world when IMAI, her former tutor and sister’s friend, agrees to begin dating her. Even with the seven year age gap, she’s determined to make it work, even though she hardly ever gets to see him. But her happiness slowly gives way to doubts when a year passes without ever breaking down the barrier she feels between them. Does Imai-san even like her at all? Or is the person he’s really in love with her older sister and he’s just going out with her because he didn’t have the heart to turn her down? Maybe he doesn’t take her seriously because she’s still in high school? When she’s with him, he always seems more of the serious type—but what is this about his playboy past?!
Graphics Rating: 2/5
Plot Rating: 3/5
Opinion: Graphics definitely give that older feel. Was created in the mid to late ninety’s so that would make sense.
After reading the two worst manga in existence (I’ll be review the other soon, didn’t want to put two terrible ones back to back) I stumbled upon this. It renewed my faith in manga although being extremely average. The girl goes through some very understandable anxiousness with dating someone much older. It plays out very realistically.
On the other hand we don’t get to know much about the guy she loves for a while. Also she can be extremely childish and naive to the point where it isn’t even forgivable.
If you enjoy the age gap manga read it. It’s not so bad.
Final Rating: 3/5