Stockholm Syndrome = Experiencing positive emotions for your kidnapper.
Story: A little girl kidnaps a young man and locks him up in her home.
The story being narrated from the kidnapped person's point of view, with little actual conversation. From some it might seem boring, but the way the art is drawn with the realistic writing makes it really interesting to read. Me myself going through all 3 volumes without even a toilet brake.
Art: The art is rough and dark, but for such a serious story it's quite fitting and there's no way someone else could draw it better. The girl is ridiculously cute while looking
seriously creepy, it's hard not to be captured by the art.
Characters: Here is where the story really shine. The girl is thoroughly explained while not being to informative. While the man acts like how I wish an empathetic person would. It's easy to see that it's about an adult being caring for a child, even considering the situation they are in.
Overall, Imperfect Girl is without a doubt the best manga I've ever read, and I own over 750 volumes of manga. This story will not be your favorite, probably. But it is a really great mystery and I will probably never view manga the same way again. Naruto and One Piece are entertaining, but this was truly Interesting.
+ Great Story pacing, not fast nor slow
+ Beautiful Art, fits the serious tone of the story
+ No exaggerated drama
- The story will probably lack impact when it's re-read