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The recurring image of Aoi and Hachi’s different ways of wearing school shoes — Hachi stepping on the heel instead of wearing them properly the way Aoi does — helps reinforce how different the two of them are. Aoi is not only a shy model student, but also a cold-blooded reptile species. Hachi is a delinquent who sleeps through his classes and a warm fluffy cat. As Hachi and Aoi discover, Aoi’s cool scales help Hachi cool off in the summer heat, and Hachi’s warmth helps Aoi regulate his temperature. Their differences are what make them work together. Un lagarto llamado Aoi llega a un instituto repleto de mamíferos, en el que estudia el gato Hachi. Algo que, para la rutina aburrida de Hachi, tampoco significa nada. Sin embargo, después de clase, entrevé el secreto de Aoi, un intensísimo color azul que le provoca un despertar. Aunque Aoi se empeñe en ocultarlo, Hachi le hace una propuesta...
The only fault that Monotone Bluehas is that it isn’t a full series. With two compelling characters that begin working through the emotions and hang-ups with connecting to others, I want more. It feels like the story just ends with so much more to be said between the two. Having reached across their insecurities it feels too unresolved not even to get a small epilogue. With gorgeous art and an array of emotions, I want more Monotone Blueand hope Nagabe will add to the one-shot as other mangaka have done.
Oct 25 Yearning Teens, Frustrated Romance, Pretty Skies — Is There Anything Else to Makoto Shinkai? Warning/Spoiler: This manga includes images of attempted rape/assault, bullying and slight self harm.
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The anthropomorphic animal of it all isn’t just a story in Monotone Blue.Instead, it’s crucial to understand how the characters move through the world and how they connect to each other. Instead of focusing on the common theme of predator versus prey, Monotone Bluelooks at the world through the monotone eyes of a cat and how it brightens when a lizard with a blue tail walks into it. As much as the beautiful art captures the animal characteristics of the cast of characters, it’s how Nagabe captures their emotions and animalistic qualities when it comes to love that makes this one-shot shine. For Hachi, his territorial behaviors and solitude make his feeling of romance extremely intense. But for Aoi, his fear and past trauma, coupled with his urge to run and protect himself, make his walls almost too high for Hachi to scale. This complexity and how Nagabe unfolds each layer helps set this apart from other anthropomorphic stories.
En definitiva, un manga breve y entretenido de leer que, si bien no es un imprescindible, sí toca temas muy interesantes. This is important to mention because there is a depiction of sexual assault that is coded as transphobia in this manga. There’s no graphic sexual imagery, but I definitely still struggled with the scene in question. There’s alsoThe past few weeks you may have seen a server error or two on the steganography tool. These intermittent errors were a byproduct of the recent server move and have now been fixed. July 15, 2022 Phasing out hosting server after (almost) 10 years La relación que va surgiendo entre Hachi y Aoi me ha gustado mucho y muy natural. Con el paso de las horas, ambos se acercan, pero todavía existe cierta distancia entre ellos que dificulta su entendimiento. Esto lleva a algunos momentos intensos que me ha gustado sobre todo por la expresividad de los dibujos y su dinamismo.