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Milk Closet  
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Many children mysteriously disappear in 2005. This is called it the "Reasal Phenomenon." A few children came back with tails on their behinds. One of them was Hana Yamaguchi. Hana calls upon children with tails and creates the "Macro Cosmic Invincible Legion of Kids."
These children can go freely back and forth from one world to another and with such special powers, they save missing children. But then, the Ali Troops invade this world. This is a fascinating science fiction drama about the wonders of the universe.


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v.4 c.20 (end) by Kotonoha (2454d ago)
v.4 c.19 by Kotonoha (2848d ago)
v.4 c.18 by Kotonoha (2956d ago)
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4 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7.1 / 10.0 (71 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.09 / 10.0
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March 17th 2012, 1:31pm PST

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Afternoon (Kodansha)

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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Doomroar
August 8th, 2013, 9:55pm
This is one Surreal manga, about multiple universes, parenting, immature creatures with too much power, cetaceans, insects, and kids.

All with cuteness getting killed ups and downs, i will be sincere with you all, i absolutely detest when cute things bastardize gore, i see it as a disrespectful thing towards awesome badassery, violence, and horror, you don't mix those, but the surreal elements, and the way that everything is managed here, is so well done, that i am giving this a 10. Plus the whole thing is just 20 chapters, the wise thing to do is to read it whole in one go, is somehow messy but not indecipherable.

... Last updated on August 8th, 2013, 9:56pm
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What is this I don't even....   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by fEast91
October 16th, 2011, 6:34am
I stopped reading somewhere in the end of Volume 2 or something for quite a long while. Then continued just recently. It is not recommended to do that.

I still can't make heads or tails about this manga. Needs to either re-read it, or ponder on it a bit more.

Art style is to my liking; that is well drawn cuteness that's get slaughtered. Unfortunately (or rather fortunately?) I can't say much about the characters due to the aforementioned circumstance.

Maybe will revisit this manga again.
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wasn't going to read this...   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by geekdiva
October 13th, 2010, 5:20am
...but I started right as I was supposed to go to sleep, and now it's 5:17 am.

More later. For now, I'll just warn that you should not read this at night and/or when you're fighting an infestation of insects in your kitchen. Otherwise, it's captivating.

Now to find something else to read until daylight saves my sanity. Something light, in both ways.
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Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
by Aikanaro
April 9th, 2010, 3:35am
I thought this was brilliant all the way through. It's like Narutaru and Elfen Lied meets Hieronymous Bosch, which is to say that it combines some of my favourite things in a really surreal and messed up way.

I see the second half getting a lot of criticism (here and elsewhere) but I didn't see anything wrong with it. Now granted - it was quite a change from where things appeared to be going, but I thought it flowed and made sense, even if it was running on warped logic. The ending blew my mind - the perfect 'wtf-awesome' to a long string of them.

Must have for fans of the surreal and high imagination, along with people who like seeing cute things destroyed horrifically.
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Beautifully Twisted   
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by lordyupa
October 25th, 2009, 9:53pm
Much like Alien Nine, the author's previous series, Milk Closet rides the razor's edge between being heartwarming and thoroughly distressing. The art is at once adorable and disturbing, the plot is a convoluted wreck with frequent moments of brilliance, and the characters are punching bags for misfortune, yet continually appealing. Naturally, the hybridization of children with aliens is a key motif, but Milk Closet also focuses on multidimensionality, and the bizarre ramifications dimensional travel. The combination of moe fetishism, biological monstrosity, and post-modern absurdity is just way, way too good to pass up.
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Goes from wierd to awesome to wierd to downright stupid.   
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by egress63
February 9th, 2008, 2:43pm
I really enjoyed this manga in the beginning. By volume one end I was feeling that this could be something very very awesome. And when the twist occurs in volume two (with the boy) I was on the floor begging for more - but then with the next two volumes everything started to fall apart. Things like multi-universe concepts and what not, by the end this was one of manga series with the most ridiculous plots (imagine a universe in a universe inside another universe!!!) I have ever come across. Considering the characters had to flow with the story, even they fell eventually.

All in all, this starts out great but loses itself in the middle. Not recommended to people who like strong plots. Though people liking surreal plots would like this.

... Last updated on February 9th, 2008, 2:44pm
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Wierd, but interesting   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by jsnare
October 5th, 2007, 7:57pm
It's an interesting story that definitely gets weird at times. If you liked Alien Nine, then you'll probably enjoy this one, and vice versa.
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I'm still not really sure what to make of this story   
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by VampireBanana
August 23rd, 2007, 11:07am
It had somewhat interesting concepts but was also kind of confusing. Kudos to anyone who could figure out all the whys and hows because I couldn't.
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