Patently we aren't the only ones who like [Twin Spica], seeing as it's still being worked on.
I really only picked it up on a whim (the art and premise didn't appeal to me), but I'm glad I picked it up... just like I'm glad I started reading Monster, which I only really started because a LOT of people recommended it.
Yeah, but I mean in this forum. I liked the premise because I used to be a little like that as a kid (the "I wanna go to space!" really gets to me) and yeah, the art is..... well it could easilly be better.
I haven't read Monster
but I watched the anime. Really top-notch, that stuff is.
I recommend you check Mushishi
if you have the time. The art is a little iffy too in the first volumes but gets stable during the march. The premise is a fantasy story with a "healer" of sorts that wander around Japan in the past. It's episodic in nature so it's a light read.
AlinSabel wrote:Ahhh, Kashimashi... I only read the first volume or something? Not really my thing... too much slapstick, not enough child-like innocence a la Azumanga Daioh. In other words, a series that tries to take itself too seriously, and has crossed too many genres.
Hmm.... yes, I think I see what you mean..... I'll try to finish the first volume and compare my boredom and the other procrastinated activities against reading Kashimashi.
"I settled for that shriek. Those dull vacant eyes... oiled cabbage stench of her...! [...] You know what? I'm sorry if I'm not gonna do this the way you want me to or the way you might. But I will not make an angel out of someone who wasn't an angel...!" -Chief Tyrol, on his beloved wife.
Have you heard about the saying that goes something like "drunk people and kids tell no lies"? Well, that's just a fallacy.