Itsuki and Hayato, two brothers who grew up in a village nestled deep in the mountains, set out to hunt down a wolf that has been attacking the livestock of the village. Itsuki is about to go in for the kill when a gigantic beast appears out of nowhere, snatching up the wolf in its jaws and sucking the life out of it. The beast that stared Itsuki down was a gargantuan, blood-sucking vampire deer... Will the two brothers be able to return to the village alive?!
Story - 1
Unoriginal, bland, cliche, etc. There are so many things wrong with this manga, I don't even know where to begin. First off, it takes a good 8 chapters for any sense of actual plot to develop. Furthermore, each chapter contains little to no content, and the author somehow finds a terrible place to end every. single. chapter. Then suddenly, it becomes Darth Vader meets 30 Days of Night. Like what???
Art - 9
Art's nice. It's what got me to start reading this manga. Big mistake, objectively speaking.
Characters - 2
Bland. Cliche. Every. single. one. of. them. Only character development is stringed together through some
next level usage of Deus ex Machina. Actions and dialogue also hardly ever make actual sense.
Enjoyment - 10
I fully enjoyed every second of reading this. That is...fully enjoyed how terrible it is.
Overall - 2
While I enjoyed reading this abomination of a manga, I have to be at least somewhat objective here, so this gets a 2/10. If you wanna have a laugh reading a poorly thought-out story with poorly constructed characters, this is the perfect manga for you! If you want something serious...well, you'll probably have better luck watching Boku no Pico.
I'll keep it simple. The manga off with a reasonable premise that isn't too far-fetched as far as manga goes; actually pretty typical for shounen manga. Got shounens, an enemy, pretty girls, and a special power. But then they start pulling out one bullshit plot device after another, coming up with a any retarded reason to put a cliffhanger at the end of each chapter, with some half-assed character development spread around that jerks their personalities all over the place. Shit gets old fast.
Basically, the mangaka is okay with anything plot or character related being shit, and just draws fighting and fanservice.
sick of it. totally sick of it.
When there is a tragedy in its genre.
There is certainty someone's going to die,
That gives total importance with the word tragedy.
I get that and all,
but i will not continue on.
I'm glad you asked (heh)
This is typical. I know where this is headed, and what would drive the mc, revenge,
help from someone, become stronger.
There is that acting of villians that seems weak then suddenly, unexpectedly becomes strong and wins the day, 'cause you know, it's tragedy.
But you know what? the author may seem to think so too
It was headed that way, to expected, betrayal, death, damsel who's only attempted to
That is why the writer had the pricks act it out. seemingly weak but isn't.
That is a sign that the events were too expected since it began.
The writer know this, and the way he cured it is childish, a leader playing games.
Betrayal for years acted out as a game, seems needless, and to top it off, was acted out, unnecessarily, for no reason whatsoever. just so to surprise the readers.
It should be done because it is relevant, not so the writer could play with his readers.
Deceiving them, even defying the realism of its story.
Anyway, I don't like that kind. since it's so obvious no matter what the writer does, making characters gist one another.
Raped, murdered, kidnapped, ...
I've read that kind before and I don't like what it makes me feel.
So no thank you very much.
And that cheapness on how the writer manipulated his/her readers logically reflects to the story where it's headed to, a stinking cheap assed overrated story.