Mar 31, 2021
Tl;dr If you're looking for a short manga with a good representation/explanation of asexuality, I'd recommend it. If you're looking for a longer manga with a complex romance, I don't recommend it.
I recently bought this online since it was on sale. I'm asexual aromantic, so I'm always on the look out for manga with aspec characters. This one has been on my radar for awhile, and since it's not popular at all, I figured I'd post this.
Due to it being a one-shot, its only 45 pages. Not much to get a relationship across. If you don't know about asexuality, its a pretty decent introduction
via manga. The characters don't really have development due to the short page count but its definitely a more personal work (the author states that she really wanted to write a manga about asexuality). Mine-kun isn't actually the main character, so we don't get to hear about his background. The main character is a girl who has a crush on Mine-kun. The characters aren't super unrealistic, although Mine-kun is the classic "asexual with a cold personality" trope but aside from that his sexuality and preferences are treated with respect.
What did you think of this review?