Jul 10, 2020
"I would prefer if you keep on living, and find yourself something that can make you happy, even if it just a little... like a cat or gardening".
Through a series of assassination contracts we get to know a little about how one expectations can be easily overseen by the completely unexpected behavior one would expect from a so call "professional". Because even though we are dealing with dangerous professionals, the way this manga present them in a everyday light makes them too relatable, so relatable it can even be scary.
For starters we have Kay who one might think is one of those normal sociopath
one sometimes has a hard time to relate (for some reason Yuno from Mirai Nikki came to my mind first). With her "moe" outlook and childish conducts, one would think that to be a facade she's putting for others, but it turns out that... she really is a moe child. Not only is she one the most innocent character in the series (so that she got drag in a pyramid scheme twice), she is also the deadliest and sometimes the smartest, an amazing combination if you are looking for some flashy action with great comedy. Adding to this combination, one can't avoid but to think what on earth happen for her to be so messed up?
A bunch of great characters add to this mix, and the small assassinations arcs sometimes bring amazing scenarios and situations where we get to know little by little more about Kay.
So there's something for every one, great action, comedy, the existencial doubt whether killing people makes you a bad person (i guess for Kay this doens't apply) and even a ferret!! So if you want to give this manga a try, I don't think you'll regret it.
Reviewer’s Rating: 8
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