This story revolves around a spirit fox bound to a human male. It's a relatively short story, but moves along at a solid pace and provides some closure. It's not great, but this manga was clearly meant to build a world and fill things out later.
There's not a lot of time for character development and most characters come off as bland.
The artwork is decent enough. Backgrounds aren't very detailed, but I can always tell what's going on and who says what.
There is a lot of "stumble and fall into someone's breasts/crotch" ecchiness. Rather than complementing the story it distracts. It's crass, out of place, and serves no purpose.
All-in-all it's a decent enough manga. I love books and the notion of an infinite library residing within someone is seductive. I was a little disappointed upon reaching the end and discovering no more chapters. This series introduced an intriguing world and fed my imagination. I'd like to read more about this universe.
Kitsune would be a better series if it were longer and spent time fleshing out its inhabitants. Unfortunately worlds are prematurely discarded all the time. This is an abandoned world. It had the potential for more, but in its current state Kitsune is only average. read more