This is the 3rd volume of Mizukami Satoshi's short stories, it appeared in 2012 and contains 7 chapters (the 8th is just an epilogue to Hoshi no Samidare), each one having roughly 30 pages.
I don't have any proof but I think these were written because the author wanted to have fun, it's not like the previous volumes where each story was made in the sense of a possibility of a future serialization. These stories are linked together and we get another Monster Town chapter.
- My Fist - Gurren Lagann style, a guy fighting a giant robot with his fist, lots of shouting.
- Nell, the Artist
of Shamballa - a weird story about a girl in an alien world, SF, space and dreams.
- Wedding Bells in Monster Town - the title is obvious, the story is a decent and cute romance.
- Awakening - a crazy girl and a giant robot trying to destroy the world.
- The End of Ginga Thunder's Journey - the final chapter of the misadventures of this giant robot (has connections with chapters 1, 2, 4), it closes the saga in a good matter, has fun characters and comical situations and magic.
- Crocodile Onii-san - basically Geko Geko but the sister loves her crocodile brother and I mean it in a romantic way.
- Denizens of the Sand Planet - a cliche story about some travelers, I'm telling you, the concepts were done and overdone in media that it became boring, the pacing doesn't help either for it's too fast.
This collection is not that fun compared to the first two, it lacks the interesting SF concepts of the mangaka that made him popular with his famous works. The Monster Town chapter is mediocre compared to the the other Monster Town stories. Ginga Thunder chapters are absurd and I think the majority of readers will laugh while reading it, it's like a satire of many genres mixed together. Still, Awakening is the best revenge story I ever read, it's so ludicrous and violent, it's like Violence jack but without rape.
It is a Mizukami work but it's like he decided to slack off and draw whatever he had in mind, let's add some gore, let's add a naked little girl, let's destroy the world, this magician girl has big boobs and so on.
It's not something I would recommend from the author, I think this is something for his hard core fans who would gulp everything that Mizukami drew (that's why I read it). The art style is the same Mizukami style, nothing to get your feet off the ground. This is certainly a weird entry in Mizukami's oeuvre and it's certainly worth a read if you're a fan but if you just stumbled upon this, do yourself a favor and go read Geko Geko or Hoshi no Samidare.