Written by the same author as the boys love classic Junjou Romantica, Sekaiichi Hatsukoi focuses on the tingly feeling of first love and how it affects people for their whole lives. Despite being ultra-deadly assassins, they both leaned on each other and protected each other on their missions and had an unbreakable trust between them. However, there were plenty of scenes that seemed to transcend platonic friendships. She begins to question her life and where's she's headed, and ends up encountering a group of fashion students who have created their own clothing label called "Paradise Kiss". This anime is well worth watching just for its esque social commentary, but the romance between Shion and Nezumi is the icing on the cake. The main character is really energetic and determined to show that he can stand on stage.
Throughout the two girls' storyline, we see interesting side stories as well that focus on lesbophobia and being young gay student in Japan.
She begins to question her life and where's she's headed, and ends up encountering a group of fashion students who have created their own clothing label called "Paradise Kiss". In Noirwe follow the two young assassins as they go on a journey to find out about their mysterious past and lost memories. No tricks, no tired tropes, just love.
The two girls' relationship is mysterious but has sapphic overtones that are pretty hard to ignore.