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Hatou Gaku has a very odd friend at school named Marii Yukari. Yukari has purple eyes and a bizarre way of looking at the world: she sees all living things as robots. This has not always worked out well for Yukari, even costing her a best friend when she was younger. However, Yukari insists that the things she says she sees is true, and her vision seems to give her insight into the abilities of others.
Gaku thinks she's just weird, but she soon realizes that Yukari has unexpected talents. It seems she can fix anything, and even the police come to hear her insights. It turns out that Yukari's purple eyes are not unique in the world! However, there is one important distinction among those who see humans as other objects. Do humans appear as unimportant as objects, or do those objects appear as important as human beings? [tethysdust]
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If you liked that movie then you're gonna love this one (I havent finished reading it so this is an assumption), probably it will end like that movie. Sometimes there are things you cannot change, or will the heroine change fate? Read it!
I really wasn't expecting it to be more than just pretentious. But it is! If you want to read something that's like a combination of Steins;Gate and Madoka Magica, you'll find this one interesting.
The plot is not very complex, but if you're not getting all the actual scientific theories, it'll be hard to follow. I just wish they translate the last chapters, since it's been stopped at ch.13 (at the time of writing this) from a total of 18.
... Last updated on January 26th, 2015, 9:20pm
The most complex, brain killing manga I've seen.
By brain killing I don't mean it in a bad sense-I mean it's so complicated I can't even. Not any more. I've read this before, before I completed it. A long time ago, but I think I stopped at the chapter where Marii first died. Then I finished reading it...and I was so confused.
Not gonna say what happens in the manga, but all the theories...! My brain has been turning to mush I swear. But all being said, it was a nice manga. Seriously, the only reason why I picked this up again was because it was psychological, at the start. But the sci-fi kicked in, and my brain bowed out In the end I had to skim through the theories cause my brain was overloaded. It was cool how the mangaka researched everything, though.
One thing I don't really like, though-in the end. Gaku's goal, throughout the entire manga, was supposed to save Marii from being killed. So in the end, why does she disappear when she completed the time-space thingy? It's like...different. From her original goal. Though the 2nd last chapter was quite a big jump-parallel universe wise-from Alice hating her, to loving her. Since I read the last chapter on another site, it was strange, to say the least.
This manga starts as a light scifi story, but it slowly becomes something else. It becomes unique and mindblowing experience. I really recommend it if you want to read scifi story with very interesting 'what if' - scenario. Just warning, story becomes quite dark. MC will become badass, but she will also starts losing her humanity and morality.
i cant wait until i get to see the end of this series.... it's absolutely amazing, interesting, and weird to unbelievable proportions.
overall i cant imagine the ending being bad in total(for reasons i wont mention it's inconceivable for it to be anything else)... i just wonder just how happy one can be after doing so much for that ending.... the chick is flat out scary already and it's just getting worse XD
what is this I don't even...
At first I thought it was just a typical light-yuri manga.... and I've never been so wrong. This manga is super 'heavy'; not a dramatic tear-jerking, nor a fluffy-feeling kind of story. You'll be given a lot of references to understand the story better, and you better not to skip it. A quantum theory, parallel world, etc, just.... just read it slowly and try to understand every word they mean.
I must admit, it's kind of refreshing to read this. For you who expect kind-of-light story... you better rethink it before you read. But if you like, say, Steins;Gate, maybe? I think you will like this manga.
of schoolgirls, sci-fi, secret orgas and a heavy dose of random theories attached together. Good thing they made sense (some even said they are all genuine theories weaved together craftly), unlike most of this kind I ve read so far. But this manga is sci-fi at its core, so be prepared.
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The end frame of volume 2 means the main character cant die in its true sense, so a potential plot element s gone. Hope the mangaka can make up for it by interesting plot - which he/she delivered so far
edit: now after I searched around for a bit, apparently the novel this manga based on was greatly praised for its scientific accuracy, which to a sci-fi fan like me is a huge plus. Too bad I skipped many pages explaining quantum theory concept and such under the assumption they were worthless garbage used as plot excuses as usual. Thus the wording of this post's first page was changed a bit to reflect on the novel's 'discovery'.
... Last updated on July 1st, 2013, 6:23am
Incredible beginning, and can only get better from here
It's really rare for me to rate and review a manga that's just starting out, but each chapter has managed to deliver something extraordinary that it has easily set itself apart from other manga of its kind.
Qualia has a lot of things going for it: good art, interesting characters, unique premise, and, above all, simply stunning execution. Both the psychological and the sci-fi aspects of the plot interact well together, and the characters themselves are all so well-fleshed out that it's a joy to watch them interact with each other even during some of the less plot-heavy moments.
So far, it doesn't seem like the manga is slacking at all in its delivery, with revelations and questions coming out in equal measure with each chapter. Really, this is a manga to look out for.
Very exciting and strange
Psychopathic schoolgirl killers, quantum physics lectures for implied lesbians, robot body disassociation, unusual cellphone modifications and resentful future actresses with suppressed memories of jungle gym trauma have made for an eventful seven chapters. I have no idea what to make of this so far, but it's certainly been exciting and eventful.
I haven't finished this yet (still waiting on scans), but it does look interesting thus far!
Regarding the genre(s) this is categorized as, I did want to say that: from the first couple of chapters, it gives much less of a shoujo ai and fantasy 'vibe' than a psychological and sci-fi one. Just a note, since I know some people are more against psychological-type manga, and this isn't really categorized as such.
All things said, it looks promising so far!
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