The chibis were too cute this time.
I've started including the chapter release art Dorothy posts on twitter. When volume 1 releases I'll put the ones I skipped in the extras.
Speaking of which, this is either the last or 2nd to last chapter of volume 1, judging by page count. A sweet reflection on how Aizawa changed Michi's life. Easily the lightest chapter so far, but I'm sure things will be back to dark in no time.
Two things caught my eye. Firstly, I'm inclined to believe Reona's friends have shunned her for befriending "the weirdo", we'll see if it comes to play.
There's definitely been an emphasis on Reona's friend situation. I don't know if it'll develop into anything, but this manga has me paranoid of everything. I'm still wondering why Kasumi's hairclip was hidden up on the locker, especially in light of some supernatural foul play going on.
I'm starting to appreciate mangas where in each chapter the author reminds us of the names of the characters in it. Because I really forgot how the other two were named. I'll blame myself since I'm horrible with remembering names, but still, I wish this had it somewhere at the start.
Nah I understand. This chapter had zero names besides Michi and Aizawa (and technically Theia, who I can't wait to be fully introduced. She seems fun and I'd really like to know how she fits into Aizawa's death.)
Namoto Kasumi is the sweet one with glasses and a different hairstyle every chapter, though she always keeps the hairpin from her senpai. Honda Reona is the twintailed Aizawa fan who knows how to bust Michi out of her shell. Seta Kiyoharu is the boy who Reona has officially dubbed Boy.
The other two idols who haven't come up much are Non, the short one with a bit of a temper and seemingly into Ange, the tomboyish one. Theia being the leader of De:Lphinus. And of course Kurotori Michi and Aizawa Honami.
For an author's debut manga it's doing just about everything right, but I do wish names came up more often.