I'm not using manga for Halloween Bingo, so this is just something extra. I'm only a few pages in, and although it does seem like the anime followed the manga really closely, it eased viewers in more. The manga starts with the scene where Narumi and Hirotaka first encountered each other at work and Hirotaka inadvertently outed Narumi as an otaku (someone with an obsessive interest, like gaming in Hirotaka's case or BL manga in Narumi's).
I'm loving the artwork - it's attractive, with nice, clean lines. And although I miss the days of pages and pages of translator's notes (incredibly helpful to me when I was first getting into manga), the translator's notes here are still really good. For example, I didn't know that the pointing on the cover actually meant something beyond "Narumi and Hirotaka are pointing at each other." According to the translator's notes, the characters on the covers for this series generally point at the parts of the title that are most relevant to them. Here, Narumi is pointing at the part of the title that means "otaku," and Hirotaka is pointing at the part of the title that means "love."