Here's a little insight into how I find Doujins and Manga to read. I stumble across one I think I might enjoy or find intriguing, and I hope it's good.
And unfortunately, this one wasn't very good.
Chibo Kyuu is a decently sized manga by Fuusen Club (this is what the author is known by, they're a person not a group). They also happen to be the original creator behind the hentai OVA "Depravity: Destruction of a Female Teacher". Which is a brutal (though not entirely unwatchable) hentai. Had I known this beforehand, I probably would've been a bit more
cautious going into this thing.
Thankfully, Chibo Kyuu isn't as extreme as some of the author's other work. But it's still remarkably unpleasant.
This manga is comprised of two main storylines, each taking up roughly half of the manga. The first story is entirely predictable, bland, and boring. A kid has an obsession with... erm... a woman's backside, and he takes his fantasies out on his mother. I found it quite repetitive to read, since the only explicit scenes are anal (sometimes with toys). That would be fine for a few pages, but it becomes nauseating after 100 pages!
The second story is better and more unique. A kid's mother and teacher become linked in some kind of magical bond that causes them to need each other (and the kid). This contains plenty of Yuri, and there's more variety in the explicit scenes, but it still feels stretched thin.
I don't have too much to say about the characters. They're either bland or unlikable, and I don't find any of them aestheticly pleasing either. I do have something to say about the dialog though. Mainly that there's way to much of it! Since this manga has a very simple plot, there's no need for a ton of dialog. But the author feels the need to fill every page with similar lines to convey what doesn't need telling.
The art is also below average. The characters are drawn sloppily on several pages, and the whole art direction gives a messy impression. I think the art is better in the first half of the manga, which is unfortunate because the first half also has the lesser of the two stories. Good art can really save a mediocre manga, but bad art can kill a good manga.
Overall, I didn't really enjoy this manga. It took me about an hour to read, and I felt unsatisfied both during and after reading it. 4/10
So, would I reccomend you read Chibo Kyuu? Well, if you're a fan of the author or just really like anal, then sure. But if not, there're probably better manga out there waiting for you.