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Louvre no Neko

Louvre no Neko

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Japanese: ルーヴルの猫

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 20, 2016 to Jul 20, 2017
Genres: Seinen
Authors: Matsumoto, Taiyou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Big Comic Original

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Score: 7.541 (scored by 13 users)
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Ranked: #276462
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Popularity: #23296
Members: 124
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Synopsis

During one of her guided tours at Le Louvre, Cécile sees in the museum galleries a small white kitten who seems to be listening to her commentary. When she tells her colleague, he doesn't believe her.

Monsieur Marcel has been a night time security guard for years. His family has worked at Le Louvre for generations. That night, he is training Patrick, a young recruit. Very quickly, Monsieur Marcel strays from the usual path to get to the attic. There, Patrick discovers cats. Marcel feeds them and explains to his young colleague that these cats have always inhabited Le Louvre. They were already there when Le Louvre was still a castle. Once the two guards have left, the cats start to speak. There is Blue-Beard, Myosotis, Sawtooth, and the small white cat is Snowflake. They say he is special, they say he can enter the worlds of paintings...

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Oct 4, 2018
antouene (All reviews)
If you enjoy Taiyo Matsumoto like I do, you should love Louvre no Neko. The drawing style hasn't changed too much from Sunny but the supernatural characteristic of the story lets Matsumoto be more varied with his techniques and styles. The characters are beautiful and express a million different shades of emotion through a look, a posture, their body language in general. The dialogues may seem innocuous taken out of context, but all the keys to the story and the emotional states of the characters are found in the art and the panelling. Which flows incredibly well. all panels have a purpose, no space is read more

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