This one-shot is in line with “World End Garden” and “Ryuu no Moriuta“. It’s shorter than either one-shot, but I feel that this one-shot is better than “Ryuu no Moriuta” because the main female character, Tsubame, is much more likable. (“World End Garden remains my favorite one-shot.) I sorta wonder how the story would have been different if “Ryuu no Moriuta” has a stoic female character like Tsubame. In terms of Meca Tanaka works, this one-shot feels very different to me. It’s much more mature and has a little more bite in the underlying message than the other works I’ve … Continue reading Kuro Lala One-Shot: "Girl on a Platter" by Meca Tanaka
Kuro Lala has arrived! It mostly contains supernatural one-shots. There are also some starts to a series or two. Needless to say, there’s a lot of good content inside. In light of our fall spooky theme, we will try to share as many of the one-shots I enjoyed as we can over the next 3 months. Do do this special we will put some of our less popular series on hold. “Magnolia”, “Yukarism”, “Fushigi no Maria-kun”, and “The Ghost Apartment Manager” will not be affected. The other series will be released every 6 – 8 weeks and we’ll release multiple … Continue reading Kuro Lala and Fall Spooky One-Shots Announcements!