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Dead Dead Demon’s Dededede Destruction, Vol. 1

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But this manga somewhat insults me on both levels: pretending to be intellectually stimulating while throwing cheap gags and jokes, and trying to fix poor storyline with quirky events and "action", without being quirky nor having action events beyond some pointless gore and disrespect for series built around it, like "I am a HERO" for example. Whole premise of two highschool girls being friends, going trough earliest stages of adulthood in a world, where there's a huge UFO hovering over the capital city of Japan is a big lie.

I'm not a huge fan of Asano Inio, but would lie saying I did not enjoy "Goodnight, Punpun" and especially "Solanin". Viz Media announced at Comic-Con International 2017 that it had licensed the manga in North America. Every appearance he makes has me bursting in tears of both kinds, and I'm surprised with something new about him each time. Despite this unique and tragic event, high school girls Koyama Kadode and Nakagawa Ouran behave as if nothing has changed. For almost 20 chapters in the start, I was trying to figure out what the manga was trying to do, it felt so without any direction and life.Chainsaw Man, Teasing Master Takagi-san, Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction, More Win 66th Shogakukan Manga Awards". The art style is more chibi and less realistic then his previous works, but the backgrounds are done the same way as previous. The wild nature of it made it so worth the read, I was already invested now that I had accepted its wild nature!

These characters may seem like they are always fun-loving and cheery but they are really just coping in the only way they know how. Read all A huge spaceship materializing over Tokyo initiates a contentious war with seemingly harmless aliens. And, the vivid page-to-page paneling that Asano has mastered at this point is nothing short of breathtaking. Coming to "DeDeDe" I was expecting either deep dive, psychological exploitation, emotions or just captivating story, and was met with product, which I believe, is impossible to experience as not only non-native, but not as an experienced citizen of Tokyo.I’m sure he had a plethora of ideas given the manga’s serialization occurred throughout the entire Trump administration (which is mocked more than a few times here). Anyway, reader is following the events of childhood friends, weird and most likely mentally challenged Ouran and her bestie: Kadode, who really got her eyes on a teacher, and thank god it ends at it like that. A tiring, mostly boring story which when almost at the end decided to go 270 degrees on the spiral-axis, trying to be smart, and being just annoying and flat. It does have the sci-fi tag, and there are some far-fetched ideas that you either accept or dismiss, but Asano doesn't totally abandon realism here. My secondary school life involved going into Belfast every day from 1970 to 1977, so there's a lot about the story is familiar and perhaps it gives me an appreciation for the dark comedy I sometimes lack.

Even long-time fans of Asano’s manga will be surprised by the ideas put forth on this manga, whether it be subtle changes in artistic choices or making more debatable narrative choices. The story follows two high school girls who struggle with the mundanity of life after an alien spaceship descends on Japan. The manga has also been licensed in Brazil by Editora JBC, [17] in France by Kana, [18] in Spain by Norma Editorial, [19] in Germany by Tokyopop, [20] and in Italy by Panini Comics.Its a decent manga with an enjoyable concept and characters but that's about what it really is, other than that its a lot of potential sent to the trash can, and the ending was pure garbage. If it all did come and unravel some deep questions and answers for the reader, it would be great piece, but in the case of "Dead Dead Demons Dededede Destruction" author tried to reach the heights of Hideaki Anno's Shinseiki Evangelion, but it ended more like "and it was all a dream, and they lived happily ever after" kind of climax. Believe me, I am not here to echo the praises of Goodnight Punpun; others have made the case for its genius in more convincing ways than I ever could. I wish more development was given to characters such as Rin, but every relevant character is given enough characterization to be serviceable in their respective roles. Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction ( Japanese: デッドデッドデーモンズデデデデデストラクション, Hepburn: Deddo Deddo Dēmonzu Dededede Desutorakushon), also abbreviated as DDDD, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Inio Asano.

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