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This manga was truly a masterpiece. I really enjoyed it and I love it. The negative thing about this manga is it was just too short and damn I really wish for a sequel.
So the story was weird and strange but I liked it. I have to say that the art was better than the story. The emotions from the characters were very good illustrated (I really don't know how to describe it xd). I could really feel the pain in their eyes or the pleasure. There was so much meaning in this manga but damn the sadness were just too strong and I don't really want to spoiler anything so I just shut up for now..
All in one it was a great, short and bittersweet manga. I do recommend this one to anyone who likes to read mangas with deeper background behind it (or so I guess).
Oh man, Nakamura Asumiko-sensei does it again. How is it that she could always explore the human's heart to the depth of its furthest nook and canny in such an elegant way. It's amazing how with only a few pages and a few simple panels, the mangaka had managed to express a lot more underneath the surface. This is not a tragedy, but it's still so sad. I could not even imagine how heart-broken I would be if we were to be able to read sensei's real tragedy works in the future. But then I would still want to after all, that's for sure.
Nakamura sensei always superb for me.
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If the uke ends up alone, doesn't mean that the manga deserves an 8/7. I mean, it's only a 20 pages oneshot and you get to feel a lot of different things.