Such a shame that this manga doesnt get the recognition it deserves!
The story follows the life of haru and her dead sister's fiancé togu. Now, you may think that romance between these 2 people may be a bit inappropriate; I know I did, but I decided to give this a chance. And boy am I glad I did! The story and the protagonist are well aware if the messed up situation she's in. The characters actually deal with the fact that their relationship is peculiar, to say the least. The story also shows how haru dealt/deals with the death of a person she was so
close to. The pace is just right and despite the kind-of messed up plot, this series pulls it off very well!
This is where it truly shined for me. The mangaka does such a good job of portraying the emotions of the characters! The disgust they feel, the horror of losing someone, hesitation and so much more is so real. And the character design is very well done too. Honestly, one of the most unique and best arts IMHO in manga.
Also where the manga shines. Like I said, they know what situation they are in and act and react like actual human beings. They are realistic, which is so much more than what can be said for a lot of mangas. Especially Haru. She feels like aperson you could actually meet and even relate to a bit.
Amazing. Not cliché, realistic. Characters don’t automatically fall in love, everything takes time. I would’ve liked it to be a bit longer, but if it had been, it would’ve been to stretched out. The pacing was great. Highly recommended to everyone.
Aug 25, 2018
(Currently 67 chapters are out, 63 if you dont count the extras)
This is a manga that focuses mostly on comedy and it happens through episodic plots or plots that last 3-4 chapters. And it works. Since the story is about a bounty hunter and a sheriff, short episodes of them catching bad guys really works for this manga, hence the score being an eight. This manga is very, very, VERY funny and witty at times. It knows its not a serious manga and uses that o its advantage. It creates semi-ridiculous situations (though not tooo ridiculous that it becomes off-putting) and comments upon them
Art: ... 7
The art is pretty good, pleasing to the eye, suits the characters and fits in with the whole western-cowboy atmosphere. It is very clean and sharp. Its not too extraordinary or special but it is prettyy good. Its not a ten as it is not absolutely fantastic and not the main focus of the manga, but it suits the manga very much. Plus, there is always room for improvement.
Possibly the greatest part of this manga. They are all unique, lovable and of course hilarious. We have our sheriff Evan, who keeps his emotions to a minimum and shows his feelings through very little things, but since we are often told what is thinking, we find him 10x funnier, since his face do NOT represent his inner thoughts at all, except when he tries to look cool (which is all the time). Then we have our second protagonist, who we are introduced to in like the 3rd chapter, Phoebe Oakley the romantic interest)/ Im not gonna go into her personality too much, but ill just say that she is funny unique nd a great match for our protagonist. Now, one of the best things about this manga is the fact that the narrator is also a character. He always comments on the sometimes ridiculous situations with the funniest lines and lets us know what the protagonists are thinking. The father is also a major character who offers his hilarious advice and intake on life throughout the series.
Even the minor and secondary characters are unique, funny and add to the story.
As you can probably tell im really enjoying this manga. It is such a fun read. It brings out lots of laughs and smiles.
Would recommend to anyone
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