Jan 10, 2020
Lexcreek (All reviews)
I had a dream about this manga a few hours ago. Needless to say, I kind of always have it on my mind. It's nothing special, but ambiguous. It's a one shot, so don't expect to have that much to sink your teeth into, but for some reason, I did find a lot of things to extrapolate from it. Almost every line and panel had something to tell. I enjoyed the main metaphor a whole lot and with the abundance of... marriage problems in the manga world, I'm glad to see one without such a dire outlook on it. Usually these manga one shots never get any high scores because there's not much to them, but maybe by the virtue of it's simplicity, the message landed quite squarely on it's two feet.

Maybe I just like red carpets. Who can blame me.