Aug 14, 2022
This is the sequel for Until the Full Moon. Since that manga was horrible, I don't recommend reading it just so you can read this series. However, you can read this series without reading the prequel even though it might take you a little bit to understand the characters. Still, unless you really like the art or have already suffered through Until the Full Moon, there's no point in reading this very short series.
Story (5): The story was awful for the prequel, and there was nowhere to go but up. This series just felt like several comedy stories involving the past characters. There's no main
plot at all (that's why I said you could read this without reading the prequel). The comedy is pretty decent, and some of the stories are somewhat interesting, but it's mediocre at best.
Art (10): This is a subjective opinion, but I loved the art. If it weren't for the art, there's no way that I would have finished this. If you've already read Until the Full Moon (don't if you haven't), then you might be surprised at the art in this series. There's a dramatic change that made everything else much more tolerable.
Characters (6): The most stereotypical characters possible from Until the Full Moon finally seemed slightly interesting. Thanks to the comedy, you can see more than just the lovestruck part of them and can actually see some personality. That said, the manga still relies on a bunch of stereotypes and clichés so the minor improvement just raises the score to a '6'.
Enjoyment (7): Okay comedy and very good art are the only two reasons (besides having read the prequel) to read this. Still, there are so many other manga out there with just as good art and much better comedy. My recommendation, go find something better unless you've already read Until the Full Moon. If you have (I can't say this enough, but don't if you haven't), then reading this is fine. That's about the best I can say about @Full Moon.
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