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From Udon Entertainment:
Remember the tale of the little mermaid that fell in love with the dashing human prince? Now, imagine the roles reversed, as a romance blooms between the beautiful Evyione and a dashing young merman. It's a unique twist on a timeless tale that is sure to leave you spellbound.
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Shinjo Mayu after going to art school
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Heroine gets raped and then a day later is all like "even though I was filled with anger and thought of him as detestable, now when I see his eyes, that look to be in as much pain as I, I can't hate him". The guy in question basically broke into her room to make a apology for raping her while acting like he was gonna rape her, and she be gettin wet for that shit.
The art left me breathless and at times i`d take a minute to stare at just one page. >.< Others don`t like the costume especially the wigs but in truth, it was `in` or fashionable during those times. The countless changes of dresses and wigs makes Evy look different every time but also reflects historical culture of that era. The story was well spun and of course the dark intrigue of royal courts is overflowing. The characters were everything I could ask for: the queen was a beauty and she actually shows how far women of power would go just to keep their status. Charlotte was a serious b**ch but very crafty, indeed. Owen...I find his feelings confusing. Is he in love with Evyione? or is it just a matter of adoration, respect and duty? Evy was a mysterious character, I admit. A flamboyant and arrogant princess. Her life has been the center of much talk and rumors but how come when....
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Yashin kisses her she suddenly changes?
was it too show her innocence under all that elegant facade? Another character I could not comprehend was Yashin. True, when Evy said that 'Is that gaze full of lust or love?', I had the same thoughts. A powerful sea king of myths is suddenly willing to endure the pain, humiliation and helplessness of being a human just to make Evy fall in love with him? Also, there`s much little interaction between them. His inhuman beauty and strength is charming but he is branded as a prostitute? WTH. Anyways, the playboy duke (who`s name I dont remember), I can`t hate him despite his vulgar personality. And the other guy (Evy is so lucky to have a harem of varied men), Fidelis, little has been said about him except the fact that this hot guy who got Evy`s heart beating was a
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runaway young master who became a monk to escape the world of whatever
. What`s exciting is who among the four will succeed in winning Evy`s heart. The story makes it sound so complicated but in actually, Evy is your typical princess whose heart is a prize for men of every background and character. Overall, the charm of the story is the setting and of course, the fashion. Worth the time reading and waiting for the release. Just, not so addictive.
Very pretty but overly complex
Absolutely stunning art, but there's way too much about the personal and political intrigue of European nobility and not enough about the hot merman and his princess crush. Going on four translated volumes and there's about nineteen featured characters plotting against each other and a LOT of different dress designs, plus a smidgeon of interaction between guy and girl. Is there seriously ten volumes of this? I want to like this more than I do because I love the fairytale, it looks so good (especially when the merman first transforms, gorgeous), and some of the intrigue is interesting, but it's so slow-going that it's a struggle. I hope the plotting gets a little tighter soon. But give it a shot, just for the art.
Just like the Ocean..
It sucks you in, just like a rip current Making you wait breathlessly for the next one, the one after that, and the one after that Beautiful. Gorgeous. Amazing. Breathtakig
Sorry, but unbrushed hair extensions and fake eyelashes even for the men----
It just spoils it for me. I don't know why. And don't get me started on the twigs for arms and legs and the fact that everyone (even the women) look like starters for the Lakers.
When will manhwa change its style? They all look like transvestite.
I must say, as time went by, Kim Young Hee improved a lot! The drawings, the plot, the chemistry..pretty good so far! Oh man, has her art work improved..The sea king's beauty is so well defined..lol hot-damn
The art is defiantly breath taking, and although the plot is certainly interesting, its not entirely 'original', since its based off the little mermaid, and I have seen many other non-manga adaptions where the roles are reversed. However, how the mangaka portrays the characters, and how she does things is certainly a breath of fresh air.
Very interesting so far, but I can only give it a 9/10 since it doesn't captivate me. Its merely very interesting in a passing sort of way.
As with many of the other commentators, I find the artwork to be breathtaking. Some of the splash pages (no pun intended) of the merman are just... so beautiful that it should be a sin to lay eyes upon it.
We all know the storyline. But will she choose the human suitor, or the merman? Depends on which version of the fairy tale we're talking about. I really hope it goes like the Disney version. ><
... Last updated on March 19th, 2009, 3:33pm
so many freakin' thumbs up
oooomyygooddnesss. i usually do not like the main beautiful guys in long hair, but jesus christ. the art is so gorgeous. i hope this isn't a tragedy. but then i kind of hope it doesn't end entirely happy happy.
the artwork and story is beautiful. it's similar to the little mermaid storyline but the man is in the position as the girl. it's really good, and i'm looking forward to it!