My Dearest Self With Malice Aforethought Vol. 1

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My Dearest Self With Malice Aforethought Vol. 1

My Dearest Self With Malice Aforethought Vol. 1

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The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. People say that perfect mangas don't exist that's why they don't give anything a 10, but I follow the idea that if a manga does anything beyond what I expected from this medium of art then it has pushed the boundaries of what manga as an entertainment medium can achieve with the story, and this manga does this with being one of the most cleverly written plots and characters with genuinely horrifying art in the best moments. Combined with the deliberate construction of the mise-en-scene, the graphics enthrall you with its striking attention to detail and dynamic expressions. The protagonist ends up giving a speech, the details of which I’ve forgotten (he said that torturing a random guy was beneath him, or something). When he finally realizes the "malice" concealed in his body, he becomes entangled in a disatrous tragedy.

The artist's distinctive style adds an additional dimension to the dark and terrifying atmosphere of the story. Each character has their own distinctive artistic style, whether it's carefree, mysterious, strong, or resentful. However, in a good mistery story the answer is lying in front of your nose, yet you don't notice, but here everything that happened felt like a deliberate attempt to misdirect the reader from the obvious answer. Characters are not crazy just for the purpose of being crazy, almost everything feels like it solidly builds up to everything else and the plot twists keep you invested the entire time. Our protagonist is a college-age kid devoted to man’s one duty: that of sticking his penis in as many wet holes as possible.The intrigue and suspense that gripped the reader during the third volume's plot twist and the horror that unfolds in the fourth volume are never quite matched again. The manga's artwork is exceptional, showcasing expressive character designs and finely executed action sequences. Later on we get a few clichéd moments that we’ve seen a thousand times: the author makes us believe that a character has shot someone in the head, but that character actually shot into the floor deliberately; X gets shot in the chest at point-blank range by people who could have easily shot X in the head, but X survives because of a bulletproof vest; a murderous bad guy gets knocked unconscious, but instead of finishing him, they good guys walk away, and the bad guy gets back up shortly after; etc.

Walking alongside his friend, Kashiwagi, he cannot help but ask the most intuitive question in his mind: isn't today the 24th? As his life is thrown into a spiral of disarray, he embarks on a journey to resolve the mess of the last three days and get Kyouka to accept his past. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.It's really amazing how it affects the story and thanks for Shota Ito by drawing in this way or maybe that's just how he draw. The story follows Urashima Eiji, a college student, goes to sleep after a fun drinking night with his friends. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. The art perfectly synced in the story and you can feel the art giving awesome mood in certain events. It’s the psychological traps and mind games that are going on behind the scenes that enrapture my imagination, I don’t give two shits about how insane a character unless it plays a genuine role in the deductive reasoning of it all.

But, for sure this story is worth reading, well played, well written with a semi realistic style which comes to complete it quite greatly.

As a reader, I was treated with clues that I would piece together, I like that the author didn't underestimate the readers and tried to subvert expectations in the wrong way.

much on the insanity of their characters and lose sight of what makes this whole genre so damn interesting in the first place, the tactics with which these characters interact with each other. Shinai naru Boku e Satsui wo Komete" is an enthralling psychological thriller that keeps you on the edge until the very last page. Eiji Urashima must uncover what has happened in the days he has no memory about as the sins of his father starts haunting him again. It starts up really quickly it's about Urashima Eiji an ordinary student who went out drinking and then, woke up with a girlfriend and no recollection of what happened. comes to complete the overall emotions you could feel toward a story, a world and make it dear to your heart, memorable.

Overall, it's really hard to give this story review without spoiling anything, but it's definitely top tier. Now, for the story, I can’t say for sure I followed every tiny detail and I admit skim reading some parts (not because it was bad or boring, but to find out what happens next), but it’s impossible not to say this plot is extremely well thought out and interesting. This is one of those iceberg stories in which the author has plotted carefully every character’s actions and deceptions.



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