May 30, 2022
Discommunication starts out just about perfectly, it has a perfect series of vignettes where it uses magic to show things being more intimate than is ever possible. The art is very dense when it wants to show off the supernatural. It is a strange romance that works well in ways that struggle to be described in words. If this sort of abstract deeply intimate love sounds interesting, I highly recommend it, I deeply enjoy it. As the plot more properly picks up, it can feel a bit lost, but it returns to put everything in perspective. That being said, it does have a pacing
issue once it stops being just a series of vignettes.
For anyone who wants to see another view of the world, and gaze into an infinite web of metaphor that engulfs us all, and feel closer to everyone and everything because of it, I would recommend Discommunication.
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