It suddenly dawns on Mob that he lives in a BL world! He likes girls, so he must turn down any hot guys who approach him. But since it is their world, there's just no escaping the public displays of affection around every corner. (Source: MyAnimeList) ~~ Adapted from the manga series "Zettai BL ni Naru Sekai VS Zettai BL ni Naritakunai Otoko" (絶対BLになる世界VS絶対BLになりたくない男) by Konkichi (紺吉). ~~ Two versions available: 1 episode (TV) || 4 episodes (online) Edit Translation
- Tiếng Việt
- Native Title: 絶対BLになる世界VS絶対BLになりたくない男
- Also Known As: A Man Who Defies the World of BL , A World Where Everything Definitely Becomes BL vs. the Man Who Definitely Doesn't Want to be in a BL , Absolute BL , A World That Definitely Becomes BL VS A Man Who Definitely Doesn't Want to Be in BL
- Director: Miki Koichiro
- Screenwriter: Kawasaki Izumi
- Genres: Comedy, Romance, Youth
Where to Watch Zettai BL ni Naru Sekai VS Zettai BL ni Naritakunai Otoko
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Absolutely hilarious!Hands down the most fun I've had watching a comedy series in a long time. I was literally rolling on the floor. It's short, but totally worth the time. The casting was also very good (not great, but decent), and the main character played his role flawlessly.
The only criticism I would have is that I'd like for the romantic storyline to be more developed & foreshadowed earlier, as well as for the entire series to be longer. However, if you'll look at this show purely from the comedic perspective, it's a 10!
And it's super rewatchable :)
The series tackles most cliches in the genre and does it an unexpected, fun way, without offending anybody. It's just so fresh in the sea of BL shows that are similar to each other.
It's an easy recommendation.
Please let me live in a BL worldThis series / movie / special can be defined with one word: hilarious. This series is clearly made for fans of the BL world, there is no more, to enjoy it and appreciate it in every way you have to be a fan of red bone.
All fans of rom-com genre manga (BL or not) will know that most of them are a bit .. absurd, in the world of manga everything is strangely convenient, but it is fine because the format lends itself so that these conventions work and be fun for readers, but if it comes to taking this to the big screen with real characters, well it is obvious that many creative licenses are taken, to turn the absurd and convenient situations of the manga to more or less realistic situations of the in real life, this is not always the case of course, but if it is about taking the manga as it is to another format it does not come out exactly well and many times the only thing that comes out of that is a great cringe complication and not necessarily a good one (you I'm watching you Love Stage!!), a very good way to bring unrealistic situations to the screen and also deliver a good product is parody.
This series uses the power of parody and it comes out perfect, it is very funny, the best thing is everything that happens in the background of the stage, it genuinely feels like being in a world dominated by the BL, another feature in its favor is the duration, the fact that it is so short allows you to better enter the game and participate in the absurdity.
As I said, this series is very niche and although I do not deny that it can be enjoyed by all audiences, I think that if you are not a fan of BL, understanding some jokes or colloquial situations could be not so funny, sometimes this is what you need a production that don't take yourself too seriously, but still strive to deliver a quality product.
Another thing, do not try to run away, sooner or later the BL will catch you in its clutches, ufff... I will know.