Somewhere in Japan, a mangaka once asked himself (or herself, IDK), “I want to make it believable that a girl has no access to bilingual dictionaries and there’s no internet access, it would be good if it allowed dramatic depth as a bonus”.
Some time later, in one page, a comet blinds stargazers and turns everyone into zombies, an artificial intelligence nukes the world, aliens invade, natural disasters ravage the face of the Earth, humanity dies leaving only two survivors, two girls, one Russian and one Japanese, and they don’t understand each other, YESS MANGAKA VICTORY ACHIEVED!1!!one!
Okay, I reckon this unique way of going overboard rightly deserves sarcasm, but the story wasn’t bad, really. Communication having to rely on feelings rather than words, the fear to leave your loved one alone in a deserted world, the miracle of a deus ex machina, it gave us touching, heart-warming vanilla, served with quality art
Thanks to whoever is behind this release!
By the same artist, I also share The Heir Of The Curse.