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My Dearest Self With Malice Aforethought Vol. 1

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I feel as though there are many better ways to utilize the core components of DID in a fictional story. Sad as it may be, the manga, written by Hajime Inoryu and illustrated by Shota Ito, is most memorable for its visual style. So as I said at the beginning, if you are new to the genre I can recommend it, but if you are looking for something new this is not the manga you are looking for. Directed by Hiroaki Matsuyama, with Michitaka Okuda writing the scripts and Daisuke Kusagaya producing, Ryosuke Yamada performed the lead.

With no girlfriend, he hangs out with a group of unsuccessful friends and is hated by almost everyone due to his status as the son of a serial killer. Our protagonist is a college-age kid devoted to man’s one duty: that of sticking his penis in as many wet holes as possible. He simply decides to form it as a tool to get revenge, the story goes into little to no detail as to how he even did this. The story: Again, the integrity is pretty good, but because of the countless ex-machina and convinietly introduced new characters it felt pretty subpar. At first several chapters it seems to be just a light atmosphere and cheerful one but by the next it's goes complete psychological and mystery.Also another thing to mention, the plot is a bit incoherent at times since the story is a bit fast paced and it has some time skips and flashbacks to create a deeper understanding of each character. a 10/10, The art was phenomenal, and the artist has a very unique and grotesque style, which I personally endeared.

His audience, a bunch of hardened criminals who idolize a serial killer, just go along with his excuse, and even end up freeing that man. However, in a good mistery story the answer is lying in front of your nose, yet you don't notice, but here everything that happened felt like a deliberate attempt to misdirect the reader from the obvious answer. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Later on we get a few clichéd moments that we’ve seen a thousand times: the author makes us believe that a character has shot someone in the head, but that character actually shot into the floor deliberately; X gets shot in the chest at point-blank range by people who could have easily shot X in the head, but X survives because of a bulletproof vest; a murderous bad guy gets knocked unconscious, but instead of finishing him, they good guys walk away, and the bad guy gets back up shortly after; etc. Written by Hajime Inoryu and illustrated by Shota Ito, the series began serialization in Weekly Young Magazine on May 7, 2018.It's really amazing how it affects the story and thanks for Shota Ito by drawing in this way or maybe that's just how he draw. Shota Ito's artistic work is truly remarkable, with meticulous and detailed drawings that captivate the eye. The story follows Urashima Eiji, a college student, goes to sleep after a fun drinking night with his friends. The manga's artwork is exceptional, showcasing expressive character designs and finely executed action sequences. To me it felt massively like a cop out with little to no setup as to how he actually "gave" himself DID.

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