This one looks promising. I really like the wispy, thin art. It's very fitting for such an uneasy, distant protagonist. Some of the transitions are really great, too. Clearly this artist knows what they're up to! Some of those things the 14 year old says, "Being in a place like that would gross you out too"/"it doesn't really hit me" sure do feel relatable, too. Here's hoping the next chapters can match that level of atmosphere.
I hope the MC doesn't end up projecting the mom onto the daughter as they are both separate individuals, though judging from their interactions, I don't think I have to be worried.
This was a really interesting and well-written chapter!
I have no clue on the Age gap suggestions, I have not read ahead and know nothing of the story beyond chapter 1, and the tags posted elsewhere. Perhaps the translator or another can chime in on that one.
OrangePekoe ate my comment because I took too long to start the thread... aah aaahh...Give me back my 3 minutes of text!
Anyway, this is looking to be a favorite for me, after all I like the characters, the age gap, the art and the tone too.
Oof I'm so sorry. I was taking forever to type it out so eventually forced myself to hit enter before the same thing happened to me! I'm pretty sure you can always use the back button to get your texts back tho...
I thought this was a one shot until I saw the comments and remembered it wasn't, it honestly could've ended there but I guess it's cool that it doesn't, although I'm not really keen on huge age gaps like this one
Quite heartfelt but women does need a spine in order to get romance to a equal level.
Say about people gossiping and talking shit about the deceased at funerals, anyone ever call them out on it in a ruthless way?