[Comics]Kagerowic Diary

Comics total pnts rank Rank 2,138in 9,006 titlesTotal 4 / Deviation 49.79
Comics rank of 1995 Rank 67in 191 titles
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Shimoku Kio
Japan Released:1995 Monthly Afternoon / End:1996
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2005/03/21 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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I read the title work on it, purchased afternoon which I did not buy at that time, cut out and saved it.
The first impression is that "people are changing persons who draw". Other than the title work, such as "fourth grader" "fifth grader" and so on,
I draw the relationship of men and women, including physical relationships, among university students directly from the front. While the title work before and after the edition shows a switch from friendship of men and women to romance rather than pretty, "Hairayashi Diary 2" before and after,
"Fourth grader" "Fifth grade" work that the body relationship is strange "leaving" weights occupy a lot and it is hard to read.
To be honest, Mr. Kido Mr. who wrote this, now is Mr. Kido-sama of "Genkenshin". It is a thing which does not show.

2005/03/09 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Short editing mainly depicting the life-sized love affair of university students including debut work. I liked the debut work. It was a feeling mixed with pain and nostalgia though. I have not had such a time, though. The diary I wrote at the time of publication came out and I will collect it.

Mr. Kidio, afternoon published December 1995, January 1996 issue

Well, doing something with everyday life, what are your competence and how do you describe the picture? Well, regarding paintings, I guess the part is pretty large. Well, honestly speaking, I do not really understand if Fujiko Suzuki (Toru) likes the hero. However, I think that the movement of the mind, the way of thinking and the way to draw the results in thinking when I think about it is excellent. Especially, the scene is excellent excluding makeup from 528 pages. I think probably that the author is a male, but that psychology looks very real (to me) (though I actually feel that individual differences are larger in actuality).

Well, I'm not dissatisfied with it (I'm gonna get married, then I'm with junior high school students (with my ears) (laugh)), I am very much looking forward to the next work. Of course, although it looks real, in a sense it is very well chosen and selected as a drama (natural, manga). After all, the most attractive may be a pattern that is too long and a pattern. Well, there are so many comics at Atari that is quite good.