Mother Keeper is another one of those typical shounen-ish, cliche, predictable stories that I always end up reading. -and for some reason I get attached to easily.
Also, if your looking for for a manga that makes you think or takes you on a emotional roller coater, its also not here. BUT, if you wanna read something that has action, some comedy, and just an easy good read, then this is it.
The story (like i said) is kinda predictable and so far and the pace of the plot is a little on the slow side. 30 chapters in and I don't feel like the story
has made a whole lot of progress. The story does do a good job in keeping the readers attention for the most part and I haven't encountered a time when I could walk away and not care what happens next. Story 7.
The art In the manga is great in my opinion. Kirai Sorano has a very unique style that really fits the story. When I think about this manga, I find myself thinking that I 'watched it' instead of 'read it,' just because the art portrays the motion of the characters so well. The art is clean, clear, and beautiful. Art 10 ^.^
The characters development is.... well, not as much as I would like to see. I hope that once the author is finished explaining the pasts of the characters, they'll put some more work into their development. The characters in this story do work well together which is always a plus~
Enjoyment. Like I said at the beginning of this review, I dont know why but Scenarios such as the one that our main hero of the story (Ricalna Forde) is in, always catch my interest no matter how many I read or watch them. So because of this, I gave it an 8 >.