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comes to complete the overall emotions you could feel toward a story, a world and make it dear to your heart, memorable. Kind of a mind fuck but entertaining nevertheless, each page had me flabbergasted with the amount of goddamn plot twists and the engaging plot overall. But, for sure this story is worth reading, well played, well written with a semi realistic style which comes to complete it quite greatly. My Dearest Self with Malice Aforethought is a remarkable crime thriller manga that leaves you on the edge of your seat at every turn. However, the subtle cracks are ignorable and do not detract from the overall enjoyment of the story.
So many of these series, such as "Dokuzakura", "Juujika no Rokunin", and "Happy Sugar Life" fail to capture the level of intricacy created within this series and that’s what sets this apart! 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.They are definitely written interestingly, but I usually enjoy stories where you delve into people end get to know them better. The knowledge on DID is very limited even in the modern age and this manga's depiction of it should not be taken as fact in any way. 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. The art is amazing, the facial expressions, the way they vocalise sound effects and the sense of danger it all captures every emotion you'll feel while watching an action movie or listening to an Opera about an abandoned cat in the rain.
This dude just show up while I'm finding a new comic to read and after reading it, i can only say what the fuck did i just read. Fans of the psychological thriller genre will be hooked from the very first chapter, establishing an interesting premise in the protagonist Eiji's memory lapses. She has been following the protagonist around and has learned to identify when the personality switches have taken place. 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.I appreciate the elaborate detail, but when it comes to thrillers I prefer that they don’t indulge in certain story arcs for longer than they need to. Shinai naru Boku e Satsui wo Komete" is an enthralling psychological thriller that keeps you on the edge until the very last page.
The story seems original, having an mc realizing he has a different personality the time when he skipped several days and waking up in the morning, knowing he has done some sort of things he doesn't remember that days passed including having a girlfriend who's popular in campus. are a few moments in the first half of the story that are a bit slow, and oh boy the plot gets complicated, but everything pays off in the end.Overall, it's really hard to give this story review without spoiling anything, but it's definitely top tier. Anyways, if want to know why this manga is so good, just look at other reviews that have enjoyed this manga as much as I have. Shota Ito's artistic work is truly remarkable, with meticulous and detailed drawings that captivate the eye. The story: Again, the integrity is pretty good, but because of the countless ex-machina and convinietly introduced new characters it felt pretty subpar.
The characters can be charming, elegant, and carefree, but in an instant, they can become terrifying, evoking visceral reactions. My dearest self with malice aforethought stands out with its captivating storyline, much like any good crime narrative. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.Soon enough we find out that she has a personal connection with one of the victims of the serial killer. He has no clue how he started dating her, but she seems quite taken with whoever was commanding the protagonist’s brain until then.