Synonyms: Cyber Idol Mink
Published: Mar 6, 2000 to ?
Authors: Tachikawa, Megumi (Story & Art)
Score: 6.841 (scored by 496 users)
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Jul 9, 2008
THEY'LL BE DELETED!!
I really like how 'delete' is used instead of 'killed' or 'wiped off the face of the earth'. But anyway, this series is actually is something Tachikawa-sensei never intended to make. Though, the story is full of new things we haven't really seen before, and actually mimicks the true Hollywood to a tee. It may not be totally original but manages to be pretty good anyway.
The art is wonderful, and is perfect until you see the sideviews. The art it's self looks like an older Shojou manga than the current slews of Kitchen Princesses and Fruits Baskets. Think more 1970-80's like. So if you're more a fan of huge, face engulfing eyes and skinny necked beauties, this art might not fit your fancy too much.
The characters are vivid. There are so many characters to actually HATE in this series. The amount of characters likely to be hated by the reader is almost 2/3 of the cast. Johnny Hotta, Azumi, and even little naive Yuka are likely to be hated and you will cheer Mink on in her quest to be an idol and acquire her love. Though, the characters you will probably like are slim, and bad guys galore, there still leaves something to be desired.
You will enjoy this if your a huge Music/Entertainment buff and if you find Shojou appealing. It isnt faulty or horrible, you could even find yourself laughing or crying with the characters and feeling bad for them. If you want to give a good, lesser know manga a try, you should go with MINK. read more