So far this story seems to be a science fiction take on stories like Puella Magi Madoka Magica featuring a darker, more tragic subversion of anime tropes and cliches that otaku would be familiar with.
I enjoy the artwork tremendously and besides finding it cute and easy to look at I think the juxtaposition between the adorable shoujo art and the extremely heavy subject matter makes the emotional value much more potent
The characters seem likeable, their emotions feel real, and their motivations are realistic and not contrived for the sake of plot.
This story has a lot of potential to be very tragic and poignant.
The story telling seems a bit messy. The entire first volume lacks any real plot thread to follow and the scenes that are darker in tone at the moment don't seem to have much purpose other than shock value. I think that the lack of any real coherent story until Volume 2 will likely turn people away and keep this manga obscure.
Sexual assault and trauma is a large part of the story. The depictions of rape can be a little gratuitous in a way that overshadows everything else. It might be triggering to people or make this series seem pornographic even though it isn't.
I would like to continue reading this manga to see where it goes. It has a lot of potential to tell a complex, tragic, and exciting story and I want to see how the characters and their motivations develop in the future.