This is going to be based off of the six chapters that are available to read at this time.
This is a very ecchi manga that's borderline hentai, some places would categorize it as smut. The open world and emotions makes you feel more immersed into the story and connect with the character as she goes along, alone exploring whats left of the strange world that shes now in. She explores the world dressed like a show girl and changes clothes from time to time due to some strange occurrence or another. The character feels like a real girl by the way she acts to the
unimaginable and unforeseen circumstances that seem to follow her everywhere she goes.
TL;DR: It's more interesting as a story and world than the other review lets on. With it's ecchi scenes added in, you can't go wrong giving this a try.
A lot more chapters have come out since the other review on this manga, so I thought it is only fair to leave my impressions here, so people passing by get a better idea of what to expect reading this.
This manga is full of gratuitous nudity and ecchi scenes. The MC is a girl who dresses pretty much all the time in lingerie and says that she dislikes wearing a bra. The premise of the story
being that the world is suddenly depopulated and she is one of the very few survivors -- though she did not know that a first -- the story very quickly shows us the MC walking in the streets in pure daylight in her knickers and taking a bath in a public fountain. She also breaks into shops and houses and takes whatever she wants. She is sexually open and is afraid of the dark; she needs to orgasm to sleep well at night.
Now, at first glance, this makes for little better than doujinshi material. At 5 chapters into the story, this is the only aspect of her you get to see. But I was pleasantly surprised by how much more development she gets as a character later on. She has been through a lot in life, and the story lets us know how insecure she feels about herself and how much she relies on sex to deal with her experiences at the hands of her shitty parents, brother and first boyfriend. 47 chapters in, I still haven't pieced together the entire story of her life, but I already think it's far more interesting than just another ecchi manga. She takes joy in her sensuality, and is independent, but is also paradoxically a slave to her fears, and needs her sexuality almost like a coping mechanism. She is a deeply-flawed character. It is not easy to like her, but you do get concerned for her and root for her.
Another pleasantly interesting aspect of this is the world itself. An abandoned world could very easily just show the MC doing thrilling things in public until the novelty wears off and the manga sputters off to an early end. However, this world is more dynamic. It interacts with the MC, in my opinion, making it more like her dreamworld than a properly depopulated city.
There are elements of magic and fantasy mixed in. Tunnels seem to be wormholes to different places. Some of the characters, in particular Fatty and College-girl, seem to be products of the world itself, rather than people proper. Their aspirations seem to be to help the MC 'get home'. It gets to the point that you are immediately suspicious of whoever you meet on the road. There is also one other character who is an unknown variable and always seems one step behind the MC. It adds considerable tension to the story.
If you've noticed that I've pretty much singled out the MC as the sole character and included the others in the world-building portion, it's because I personally believe the world itself may be all in the head of the MC. So far, this is not explicitly stated, but there are small hints.
I have found myself surprisingly invested in the MC and her journey. I also have a very bad feeling about hat lies waiting for her when she gets 'home.'
The art was good. The world was not drawn in too much detail, which is good, because it seems to be in flux. Character designs are pretty plain apart from the MC and the college-girl. The men, in particular, have had very little effort put into character design. This might very much be by design though, considering the nature of the world this is set in, and so I'm not entirely bothered by it. The girls are hot, and every chapter is predominantly made up of eye candy.
I'm interested to see where this leads. There is continuously a slow thrum of tragedy underlying this otherwise fun little nudist romp through the countryside. That's what will keep me going back. To see what waits for her at 'home.'