Ai Ore!

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Ai Ore!
Ai o Utau yori Ore ni Oborero!
Written by Mayu Shinjo
Published by Shogakukan
English publisher
Magazine Shōjo Comic
Original run June 6, 20062009
Volumes 3
Ai-Ore! Danshikō no Hime to Joshikō no Ōji
愛俺! ~男子校の姫と女子校の王子~
Written by Mayu Shinjo
Published by Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher
Magazine Monthly Asuka
Original run May 26, 2008December 24, 2010
Volumes 5
Live-action film
Directed by Sakurako Fukuyama
Released August 25, 2012 (2012-08-25)
Runtime 91 minutes
Anime and Manga portal

Ai Ore! (愛を歌うより俺に溺れろ! Ai o Utau yori Ore ni Oborero!?) is a Japanese manga series by Mayu Shinjo. It was adapted into a live action film in 2012.[1][2]


Ai Wo Utau Yori Ore Ni Oborero![edit]

Akira Shiraishi, a young high school boy with feminine features, joins Blaue Rosen, the all-girl band that Mizuki Sakurazaka, an androgynous girl of the same age, performs lead electric guitar in.

Their high school life is anything but typical: Mizuki is the "prince" of her all-girl school while Akira is the "princess" of the neighboring all-boy school. A series of comical events brings them closer together, even as the prejudice of the people around them tries to pull them apart.

Ai-Ore! Danshikō no Hime to Joshikō no Ōji[edit]

After announcing that he is a boy during a concert for blaue rosen in the first book 'ai wo utau yori ore ni oborero' Akira and Mizuki begin to date but so does the feud between the two's schools.

Volume listing[edit]

When translating into English they joined 2 series “Ai Wo Utau Yori Ore Ni Oborero” and "Ai Ore! –Love Me" By Shinjo Mayu which is A Continuation Of “Ai Wo Utau Yori Ore Ni Oborero”.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 May 3, 2011 Ai Ore! Love Me, Vol. 1 by Mayu Shinjo VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (May 3, 2011) ISBN 978-1421538389
When the lead singer of Blaue Rosen announces she is moving overseas, Akira does all he can to convince Mizuki and her bandmates to let him join. But will a resistant Mizuki allow him into her band, much less her heart?[3]
2 Aug. 2, 2011 VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (August 2, 2011) ISBN 978-1421538396
Mizuki’s neighbor Shinnosuke returns from college for a visit, but the championship boxer is surprised to find the girl he likes involved with someone else. Will Akira be able to compete for Mizuki’s affections against such a manly rival?[4]
3 Nov. 1, 2011 VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (November 1, 2011) ISBN 978-1421538402
Blaue Rosen is bumped from a gig because Yuya wants his own band to perform instead. Mizuki and her bandmates protest, and Yuya decides he’ll let the all-girl band play—but only if he gets a date with Akira![5]
4 February 7, 2012 ISBN 978-1421538730
Now that all St. Nobara Girls Academy knows Akira is a boy, the students want Mizuki to stop dating him because of Dankaisan Boys School’s awful reputation. Pressured by her classmates and the student council president, Mizuki decides to do the unthinkable: she goes to Ran for help.
5 May 1, 2012 ISBN 978-1421538747
Much to Akira’s dismay, his lecherous tutor from middle school, Sho Kasuga, has suddenly reappeared. Akira has a secret from his past that he doesn’t want Mizuki to know, and he’s terrified Sho will reveal it!
6 August 7, 2012 ISBN 978-1421538754
The members of Blaue Rosen and Akira’s schoolmates have found themselves at the same beachside resort for summer vacation. Akira wants some alone time with Mizuki, but will he ever be able to shake off Ran and Rui?
7 November 6, 2012 ISBN 978-1421538761
Akira’s agency cares more about creating idols than music, and Mizuki is reluctant to agree to their terms for Blaue Rosen debuting with a major record label. Akira then decides to go solo, but is he ready to live the life of a female idol?
8 February 5, 2013 ISBN 978-1421541990
After her house and prized guitar are destroyed in a fire, Mizuki moves in with Akira at the Dankaisan dorm. To help pay for a new guitar, Mizuki gets a part-time job and is wildly successful at it, but she won’t tell Akira what it is…


Along with the official announcement for the live-action film, Shinjo Mayu revealed that the manga was supposed to have an anime adaptation but was canceled due to unfortunate events.

Live Action[edit]

Ai Ore (Ai Wo Utau Yori Ore Ni Oborero) is a 2012 Japanese film based on the manga of the same name. The film is directed by Sakurako Fukuyama, and it stars Hallyu Idol Daikoku Danji's Karam, Cross Gene's Takuya, and actress Ito Ono. The movie was premiered on August 25, 2012.



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