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Fujisaki's first comic Short stories of rock musicians. Her art is very modern (bold line like Kiriko Nananan or Yuuko Ichikyou, etc) and its atmosphere is very cool and silent like Tomo Ootake or Hanako Matsuyama (especially her middle age men are very nice! They all seem to lose the too much passion of youth and afford to encourage sensitive young guys). But her way of reading Kanji characters are a little complex, the stories are very subtle and there are no explicit sex scene or delicious characters, so it may be a little difficult for readers for the first time. I think the author tries to express the attraction of music or the subtlety of the cooperation of musicians on the paper very sincerely avoiding superficial pomp expression. The last spin-off story of hero and his old professor is good and resembles the movie, "Gods and Monsters". by Slash-kun