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Type: Doujinshi
Volumes: 1
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: 1995
Genre: Romance Romance
Theme: Psychological Psychological
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: None
Authors: Yuki, Kaori (Story & Art)


Score: 6.531 (scored by 24202,420 users)
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Ranked: #149432
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Popularity: #4533
Members: 4,263
Favorites: 12
Ranked #14943Popularity #4533Members 4,263
DoujinshiYuki, Kaori (Story & Art)
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A young man reads the suicide note from his deceased sister...


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Jun 11, 2019
The length requirement makes it hard to review stories like this one, where there just isn't much to say about them.

Story: sometimes, a story is best told in the span of one chapter, this is one such case. There's an intricate story of 40 chapters contained in this handful of pages.

Art: the art is this bizarre 80s style (think mullets and suits with shoulder pads), quite different and unique compared to the mainstream.

Character: there is enough narration to have a good understanding of all the characters and their motives by the end of the story.

Enjoyment: I found it to be a story better ...
Feb 4, 2013
This one-shot is far better than many long manga I have read, the character development and story portrayed in the short 16 pages really show the ability of the writer. This is based off of a song from the Japanese Rock band 'Buck-Tick' of the same name and it shows just how far some people would go to be with one person above all else. The art is great, the story is fantastic and amazingly fleshed out for 16 pages, and the overall the manga is a must-read. Highly recommended.
Jan 2, 2023
Mixed Feelings
Die is a short story manga written and illustrated by Kaori Yuki. The synopsis of the story is very simple a young man reads a letter from his recently deceased sister who killed herself. None of the characters are given any names. The main inspiration behind the story was from a song by Japanese band Buck-Tick, one of the author’s favorite bands. The art style, like many of Kaori Yuki’s works is great as the author is more focused on visual storytelling. The earlier chapters look somewhat messy and this was due to her having to rush through deadlines.

The character designs are ...


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