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Miki Falls, Volume 4: Winter PDF, ePub eBook Can love survive? It's winter, and a bitter chill of desperation has settled over Miki and Hiro. Far from home, the young couple treks through the frozen north, with Akuzu's powerful agents hot on their trail. Miki knows they are determined to tear her and Hiro apart. But she has different plans. With the help of an unlikely ally, Miki and Hiro endure a daring journey, battli Can love survive? It's winter, and a bitter chill of desperation has settled over Miki and Hiro. Far from home, the young couple treks through the frozen north, with Akuzu's powerful agents hot on their trail. Miki knows they are determined to tear her and Hiro apart. But she has different plans. With the help of an unlikely ally, Miki and Hiro endure a daring journey, battling freezing conditions and frightening forces just to be together. Miki is certain they can make it, hoping that love really does conquer all.

30 review for Miki Falls, Volume 4: Winter

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elliot Pines

    Okay, overall this manga was...okay? The story line was alright, but... The first three books. IT GOT A LITTLE TOO BORING ALRIGHT AS CUTE AS IT IS I MEAN I HATED THE DUDE IN THE BEGINNING TBH And I thought Miki was too needy and pushy lol oops The ending was pretty decent though. I liked how the author wanted to put her as one too¿ (sorry, I'm trying not to include spoilers xD) I wasn't sure if I liked the art either. I suppose I'm more used to the more-known-big-over exaggerated-eyes and etc And wel Okay, overall this manga was...okay? The story line was alright, but... The first three books. IT GOT A LITTLE TOO BORING ALRIGHT AS CUTE AS IT IS I MEAN I HATED THE DUDE IN THE BEGINNING TBH And I thought Miki was too needy and pushy lol oops The ending was pretty decent though. I liked how the author wanted to put her as one too¿ (sorry, I'm trying not to include spoilers xD) I wasn't sure if I liked the art either. I suppose I'm more used to the more-known-big-over exaggerated-eyes and etc And well I thought it was just a little TOO slow, my friend Nice try though. UuuuuUuuuGggg I feel terrible for saying all this oops

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    The concluding volumes of Crilley's four-book set. Miki and Hiro, a Deliverer - a person charged with the responsibility of maintaining the world's limited supply of love - have fallen in love, which is a strict no-no in the Deliverer code. Thus, in Autumn, they go on the run, spending most of the book living an idyllic life in the mountains of Japan. When the Deliverers continue their search, they elect to attempt escaping Japan, to get beyond the Deliverer's reach. Turns out, it's all a plot a The concluding volumes of Crilley's four-book set. Miki and Hiro, a Deliverer - a person charged with the responsibility of maintaining the world's limited supply of love - have fallen in love, which is a strict no-no in the Deliverer code. Thus, in Autumn, they go on the run, spending most of the book living an idyllic life in the mountains of Japan. When the Deliverers continue their search, they elect to attempt escaping Japan, to get beyond the Deliverer's reach. Turns out, it's all a plot and they're just pawns in it all, but Miki's resourcefulness and determination manage to overcome. It's a very engaging and moving story, and Crilley strikes a good balance of Miki's weaknesses against her inner strength. The art is terrific, though Crilley sometimes uses too many eyes-wide reaction shots. He does some great work in the backgrounds and extreme foregrounds. I love the blurring effect he puts on leaves blowing past the heroes in few scenes. It's definitely a very engaging and fun series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    The concluding volumes of Crilley's four-book set. Miki and Hiro, a Deliverer - a person charged with the responsibility of maintaining the world's limited supply of love - have fallen in love, which is a strict no-no in the Deliverer code. Thus, in Autumn, they go on the run, spending most of the book living an idyllic life in the mountains of Japan. When the Deliverers continue their search, they elect to attempt escaping Japan, to get beyond the Deliverer's reach. Turns out, it's all a plot a The concluding volumes of Crilley's four-book set. Miki and Hiro, a Deliverer - a person charged with the responsibility of maintaining the world's limited supply of love - have fallen in love, which is a strict no-no in the Deliverer code. Thus, in Autumn, they go on the run, spending most of the book living an idyllic life in the mountains of Japan. When the Deliverers continue their search, they elect to attempt escaping Japan, to get beyond the Deliverer's reach. Turns out, it's all a plot and they're just pawns in it all, but Miki's resourcefulness and determination manage to overcome. It's a very engaging and moving story, and Crilley strikes a good balance of Miki's weaknesses against her inner strength. The art is terrific, though Crilley sometimes uses too many eyes-wide reaction shots. He does some great work in the backgrounds and extreme foregrounds. I love the blurring effect he puts on leaves blowing past the heroes in few scenes. It's definitely a very engaging and fun series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Arnela

    I'm happy to say that we've come quite a long way from the way Crilley drew hands in the first volume. That's one of the biggest things artists have problems with, and I'm proud to see he's improved so much over the course of only 4 volumes. As expected there was a small twist [and I was honestly waiting for it the whole time I was reading], and another small climax moment before we started to the descend of action towards the end of the book. I will admit that I was expecting a completely diffe I'm happy to say that we've come quite a long way from the way Crilley drew hands in the first volume. That's one of the biggest things artists have problems with, and I'm proud to see he's improved so much over the course of only 4 volumes. As expected there was a small twist [and I was honestly waiting for it the whole time I was reading], and another small climax moment before we started to the descend of action towards the end of the book. I will admit that I was expecting a completely different ending than what we got, but the solution to the problem was one that I had thought about way back in volume 1, and I was a little confused why no one suggested it earlier. It's so simple, and handled all the problems they were worried about at once. It was almost comical how easy of a solution there was. Anyway it was a pretty interesting journy to take with Miki and Hiro, and even though I'm not a huge romance fan, I still had plenty of fun reading their story. I hope other people do too.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kaylabookworm22 L

    I love this series! I wish it was longer than four books but I loved the ending. I highly recommend this series to anyone that likes to read manga, comics or graphic novels. Even if you don't, this series might get you into reading them.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Zach Spears

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    When I read a series of books -like this one, I tend to judge the series as a whole and at first I thought the way the others were going I was going to wind up being weird and boring! I was thinking that this series was just someone trying their hands on being a manga artist. But in the end I was wrong, this book, the last one, help redeemed some part of that for me! In the first book I thought this guy has an unique way of drawing that he is putting to make his mangas different, distinctive! Fir When I read a series of books -like this one, I tend to judge the series as a whole and at first I thought the way the others were going I was going to wind up being weird and boring! I was thinking that this series was just someone trying their hands on being a manga artist. But in the end I was wrong, this book, the last one, help redeemed some part of that for me! In the first book I thought this guy has an unique way of drawing that he is putting to make his mangas different, distinctive! First off, he doesn't use a lot of blocks, his pictures tend to bleed together where most tend to have blocks on other blocks or over other pictures. Then the other was the art style itself, it was not all "anime-y" as most mangas try to do, even if it is NOT from Japan. So I liked that he was thinking outside the box on it! The story, really I would of been happy just to jump into this one and be fine, being that some time has passed between each book. I mean look at the titles! Spring, Summer.... But to truly know how Miki felt and how powerful her love truly is you would have to read the whole thing. There is where it got me! At first in book #1(Spring), I was like what the heck kind of story is this!? This guy, Hiro, gives and takes love away from people? And there is only a set amount of love in the world because it dies, NEVER to come back? I mean I can SEE were the writer got his idea came from with a world with more divorce rates then ever and people always leaving for something bigger and better sometimes leaving over something small. I mean I can see it but really? I never would of dreamed that one up! And prayed that the writer will redeem himself with this twist in the story. To my happiness he did and made me start to think about my own love/loveless life. There is one part in book #3(Autumn) where Hiro talk about about the four different types of lovers. Sustainers, Wanderers, Selfers and Neverfinds. From the title of these I thought of myself as the first and last finding out that really Neverfinds are just a Sustainer that lost love and will never love again! <_< That hit me like a ton of bricks. And I think there is were I was really getting into the series wanting to know a bit more on this and hope that Miki would not be a Neverfind. So here in book 4(Winter), we find these two still running away from the world so that they can love one another in peace. (view spoiler)[ How close they come, well needless to say that they don't make it and this looks bad for these two. Really bad. And knowing that she is a Neverfind makes it all the more harder to think that anything good will happen to them. (hide spoiler)] What makes this one so much better then the other three and makes me want to keep reading the pages again and again was that near the end you see her true power of love! (view spoiler)[And a question that everyone who find true love asked themselves, "Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all?" And in this final volume we see her answer to this age old question we ask ourselves. And she chose the path I would of if I was her and the guy she loved was the one I fell in love with many years ago. (hide spoiler)] I like the ending! I was so expecting somethings ells by the way the artist was leading it to be and if he did that I was thinking that he could create another series based off of that! He still can, but it is good were he left it. So for the RIPPING emotion that he brought back to me, the creativeness he brought to the art and the story I gave this book high marks!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa Dannaker

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Miki Falls Book 4 has the cutest ending ever! This series is so unique, although it does have a plot line similar to many other movies and books (girl loves boy, boy is mysterious, boy and girl can't be together, boy turns out to love girl too, then they run away together. -__-) but still, overall, the details in the books are different and original. The artistry is very beautiful also, with the historically accurate and intricate backgrounds and the facial expressions of the characters. The onl Miki Falls Book 4 has the cutest ending ever! This series is so unique, although it does have a plot line similar to many other movies and books (girl loves boy, boy is mysterious, boy and girl can't be together, boy turns out to love girl too, then they run away together. -__-) but still, overall, the details in the books are different and original. The artistry is very beautiful also, with the historically accurate and intricate backgrounds and the facial expressions of the characters. The only major problem I had with this last book was the Goddess of Love; she was completely evil. She handed Miki a potion to forget everything that she went through, granted it would save her the pain, but it was prettty harsh. Yet even though she's supposed to support love, she gets extremely pissed that Miki won't take the potion and preserve her love, and goes all AWOL. Really? The goddess of love? Why would she discourage that? And the part about her standing there and listening to Miki's suggestion? That seemed highly improbable that she would listen to Miki after she practically had some devil-like hissy fit over the potion sitch. but other than that little odd scenario, the final manga in this series was a perfect wrap-up to Miki's story. The whole series played out like a movie and kept me interested. I enjoyed it a lot, but I would definitely only reccommend it to a younger audience, aged 12 to 15. Happy reading!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.com MIKI FALLS: WINTER is the final volume in the four volume MIKI FALLS manga series. The story opens with Miki and Hiro camping out and on the run from the Deliverers, who are out to find them, since their relationship is against Deliverer rules. Anra, Hiro's hold spirit, is leading Miki and Hiro on a path to Otaru, where they should be able to catch a boat to aid in their escape plan. But when it appears that Anra isn't listenin Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.com MIKI FALLS: WINTER is the final volume in the four volume MIKI FALLS manga series. The story opens with Miki and Hiro camping out and on the run from the Deliverers, who are out to find them, since their relationship is against Deliverer rules. Anra, Hiro's hold spirit, is leading Miki and Hiro on a path to Otaru, where they should be able to catch a boat to aid in their escape plan. But when it appears that Anra isn't listening to Hiro anymore and leading them straight into danger, Miki and Hiro aren't sure who to trust. Will they be able to escape the danger that lies ahead? Will they get caught? And will they be able to stay together? The MIKI FALLS series is one of my favorite manga series. Mark Crilley has created an enchanting story and his artwork is amazing -- when Miki and Hiro are freezing in the snow, you feel the cold along with them. If you're a fan of manga, add this to your must-read pile. I don't want to say much more, because you really need to read it for yourself to discover the ending to this series. Mystery, romance, and magic all come together to make this an exciting conclusion!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chikita Kodikal

    This review is applicable for books 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Miki Falls series. *SPOILERS* To be honest, I was a bit disappointed with the last book in the series, Miki Falls: Winter. From the first till the third book in the series, I was hooked. I wanted to know more about the characters and how they develop as a result of the situations they are made to endure. Unfortunately, this book fell flat for me. There was little to no development of the main characters and no mention of the other character This review is applicable for books 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Miki Falls series. *SPOILERS* To be honest, I was a bit disappointed with the last book in the series, Miki Falls: Winter. From the first till the third book in the series, I was hooked. I wanted to know more about the characters and how they develop as a result of the situations they are made to endure. Unfortunately, this book fell flat for me. There was little to no development of the main characters and no mention of the other characters that were integral to the plot e.g. Akuzu, Reika etc. The way the series ended was also quite predictable, which made it all the more disenchanting. However, with that being said, Mark Crilley is an incredibly talented author. I absolutely loved the drawings and the easy-to-read format of all the books in the series. The whole concept of the story was unique and interesting: “Deliverer – a quasi-celestial being charged with saving love from extinction.” Although I wasn’t much of a fan of this book in particular, I would recommend this series to others. The way this book is interpreted definitely depends the reader.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joss

    August 2013: 3 Stars An interesting ending to the series. Mother Freya pissed me off. There was a moment, on page 62, where Hiro says: "I've done nothing to deserve that kind of devotion." (meaning, Miki ran away to be with him, suffered tremendous challenges and blah blah blah). Anyway, all I could think was: "You're completely right Hiro. You did absolutely nothing to qualify as worthy of that kind of devotion, in my books, and yet, Miki threw everything away to be with you." But my problem here August 2013: 3 Stars An interesting ending to the series. Mother Freya pissed me off. There was a moment, on page 62, where Hiro says: "I've done nothing to deserve that kind of devotion." (meaning, Miki ran away to be with him, suffered tremendous challenges and blah blah blah). Anyway, all I could think was: "You're completely right Hiro. You did absolutely nothing to qualify as worthy of that kind of devotion, in my books, and yet, Miki threw everything away to be with you." But my problem here isn't with Hiro; it's with Miki. Seriously, Miks. What in the heck did Hiro do except dodge you, be mysterious, let you in a little, get pissed, kiss you, then let you in for good? So I guess what I'm trying to say is that I think my main problem with this series is that it's mainly about a "super deep and devoted relationship", when that relationship has absolutely no foundations. God. Damn. Stahp. STAHP. Anyway, glad that's over. :| Good effort, Mr Crilley, but I know for a fact that you can do better, in the case of your artwork. I haven't read "Akiko", so I don't know where it stands plot-wise, but I'll look into reading your most recent endeavours.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sarai

    Product Description Can love survive? It's winter, and a bitter chill of desperation has settled over Miki and Hiro. Far from home, the young couple treks through the frozen north, with Akuzu's powerful agents hot on their trail. Miki knows they are determined to tear her and Hiro apart. But she has different plans. With the help of an unlikely ally, Miki and Hiro endure a daring journey, battling freezing conditions and frightening forces just to be together. Miki is certain they can make it, ho Product Description Can love survive? It's winter, and a bitter chill of desperation has settled over Miki and Hiro. Far from home, the young couple treks through the frozen north, with Akuzu's powerful agents hot on their trail. Miki knows they are determined to tear her and Hiro apart. But she has different plans. With the help of an unlikely ally, Miki and Hiro endure a daring journey, battling freezing conditions and frightening forces just to be together. Miki is certain they can make it, hoping that love really does conquer all. This is the last in the series and just as enjoyable as the others before it. I was sad to reach the end! Again, wonderful art and a great storyline. The Miki series actually made me want to work on my own stories, and I think that is a high compliment. :)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sally

    One thing I enjoy in series is the sense of fashion Mark Crilley gives his characters. ?? Page 58 - "I'll see if I can't get Saka-chan off his butt to fix ya some grub." I'm checking on this, isn't -chan an address for a female? Maybe it a joke about Saka. Okay, the story is a bit "sappy," but the suspense keeps you intrigued. I think the end is a bit rushed, the voice of Akuzu doesn't come across with the force or expression to create the strong presence the character demands. The discussion doe One thing I enjoy in series is the sense of fashion Mark Crilley gives his characters. ?? Page 58 - "I'll see if I can't get Saka-chan off his butt to fix ya some grub." I'm checking on this, isn't -chan an address for a female? Maybe it a joke about Saka. Okay, the story is a bit "sappy," but the suspense keeps you intrigued. I think the end is a bit rushed, the voice of Akuzu doesn't come across with the force or expression to create the strong presence the character demands. The discussion doesn't make a strong inference, perhaps if there had been more of a sense of time before spring... The Making of Miki Falls was fun - a worthy look and read for all "would be graphic novelist."

  14. 5 out of 5

    Aimee

    I enjoyed Mark's art the best in this volume, I really enjoyed the trip through the seasons and think it was perfect to end in Winter, I loved all the snow scenes! This book also had the most "grit" and the most intense action scenes in my opinion and I was also pleased that there was a slight plot twist I was not expecting! A very nice ending to the series. I am left with one unanswered thought.... what about Miki's parents/family? We never really hear about them and seems strange that none app I enjoyed Mark's art the best in this volume, I really enjoyed the trip through the seasons and think it was perfect to end in Winter, I loved all the snow scenes! This book also had the most "grit" and the most intense action scenes in my opinion and I was also pleased that there was a slight plot twist I was not expecting! A very nice ending to the series. I am left with one unanswered thought.... what about Miki's parents/family? We never really hear about them and seems strange that none appear even when she is missing for so long and with her choice in the end. But that is definitely not a deal-breaker, just a small wondering I have - probably because I am a parent myself. Thanks again Mark Crilley! I'm a new fan and can't wait to read more of your work!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    What a great series. I am so glad I decided to reread the Miki Falls manga series by Mark Crilley. It felt like I was reading them for the first time, considering the last time I'd picked them up was years and years ago! It's a unique adventure telling the story of Miki and Hiro, and Hiro's mysterious life. It's full of humor, drama, romance, fantasy, and the tiniest bit of cheesiness! The art is fantastic. Mark Crilley has been an artistic inspiration to me for a long, long, time. I cannot wait What a great series. I am so glad I decided to reread the Miki Falls manga series by Mark Crilley. It felt like I was reading them for the first time, considering the last time I'd picked them up was years and years ago! It's a unique adventure telling the story of Miki and Hiro, and Hiro's mysterious life. It's full of humor, drama, romance, fantasy, and the tiniest bit of cheesiness! The art is fantastic. Mark Crilley has been an artistic inspiration to me for a long, long, time. I cannot wait to see what story he comes up with next. If you're looking for a wonderful, beautifully made, unique and exciting adventure, check out this series! It'll be worth your time! :)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shanrox

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Oh my goodness I hated Anra in he end but I guess I couldn't help it considering the fact that there WAS something off about her. I mean, EVIL!!! also, I felt like crying when Hiroshima stopped existing in the real world. I hated Anra the most for breaking Miki and Hiro apart. Mother Freya just ruined everything though when he/she said that it wasn't fate that brought them together. He/she brought them together!!! BUMMER!!!!! anyway, it was a good series and it was a fantastic book!!! Peace, love Oh my goodness I hated Anra in he end but I guess I couldn't help it considering the fact that there WAS something off about her. I mean, EVIL!!! also, I felt like crying when Hiroshima stopped existing in the real world. I hated Anra the most for breaking Miki and Hiro apart. Mother Freya just ruined everything though when he/she said that it wasn't fate that brought them together. He/she brought them together!!! BUMMER!!!!! anyway, it was a good series and it was a fantastic book!!! Peace, love, and happiness >Shanrox ^_^

  17. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Well, we finally get the know what happens to Miki in this final book of the series! I liked the final adventure of Hiro and Miki, and what they went through to preserve their love. I think what the most surprising shock to me while reading was at the end. I completely thought that Miki had been separated from Hiro forever, and then he suddenly appeared next to Miki! That was a huge shock. But I loved the end: "I'm just a girl...who met a boy...and fell for him...completely." Overall, I loved this Well, we finally get the know what happens to Miki in this final book of the series! I liked the final adventure of Hiro and Miki, and what they went through to preserve their love. I think what the most surprising shock to me while reading was at the end. I completely thought that Miki had been separated from Hiro forever, and then he suddenly appeared next to Miki! That was a huge shock. But I loved the end: "I'm just a girl...who met a boy...and fell for him...completely." Overall, I loved this series! A big THANK YOU goes to my BFF, Sara, who recommened this series to me!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Adam Heine

    This whole series was not quite what I expected. It's a really cute love story, with less suspense than I hoped for (though this fourth book had plenty of it). I felt like there was more text than there should've been--telling more than showing--but the art is FANTASTIC. And Mark Crilley has a great feel for how to use comic panels. I'll probably never write comics, but I feel like I learned a lot.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Josie

    LOVE IT!!! I've been watching some of Mark Crilley's how to draw videos on YouTube and have wanted to get this series for a pretty long time. I'm really impressed with this book. The art work, as always is incredible,and the storytelling is excellent. Dispite the age of the characters, I would recommend this book to 5-8 graders.If you like manga, or any kind of art, this is a book you would NOT want to miss.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Brooke

    I really wanted to like this series. I had heard very good things about it. However, I found all four graphic novels to be boring and had very little motivation to even finish the series. The animation is pretty 85% of the time. To me, it read like a storyboard, which I guess you could say is how graphic novels are supposed to come off. However, It took me away from the story, more so than when I have read manga in the past. Not my cup of tea.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mursal

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So sad that it's the last book in the series, it'll take a long time to hook up to a new one! The series was awesome and I find myself reading one again every time I go to the library! I like how this book was set in the mountains, and how the beginning was captivating. I love the last sentence! "I'm just a girl. Who met a boy. And fell for him. Completely" It kind of tells what went on in the series and book, and wraps up the whole story. I loved this manga series... it was my favorite yet!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Susan Bischoff

    This last book in the series was no disappointment. I loved every page. I wish there more like it out there--the novel-like quality of the writing, the soft, beautiful art, the lack of hyperbole in the characters' emotions... And also the fact that this delivers its story in 4 volumes, making it a more affordable journey to experience, and one that is easily read in one sitting. I'd recommend this series to anyone.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Zafora

    i finished this in like 20 minutes. i couldn't put it down for a minute. this was a mix of romance, science fiction and some good quality writing lol. every page had a quotable line and it made me want to fall in love :'). it was totally great. i don't want to reveal too much but this series is definitely 20 out of 10.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Joseph dela Cruz

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The ending was a bit confusing because it didn't show the part where Miki became a deliverer... The art was not good but average enough to be made into a manga.The ending was not enough for me to be satisfied. I know many people agree with me, they are just too confused with the plot blending in with the art..

  25. 4 out of 5

    quinnster

    Miki and Hiro are on the run from the Deliverers and Akuzu, the powerful Elder who is determined to find Hiro and make an example out of him. Braving the elements and not knowing who to trust the two star-crossed lovers find out if a Deliverer can actually find love with a human. A satisfying conclusion to a fabulous series! I loved every panel of this series from cover to cover.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne Pettinelli

    On page 160, I thought maybe I was going to have to unfriend Mark Crilley on Facebook, but then I got to page 162 and changed my mind. Close one. Needless to say, the series totally sucked me in: teens, drama, a paranormal twist, and excellent art.

  27. 4 out of 5

    LibraryLaur

    It ended just like I thought it would! Mark Crilley came to our library last year, and I was very impressed to learn about his process. His art is beautiful, and this is a very satisfying conclusion to the love story he began in Miki Falls: Spring.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christina Needham

    I was surprised to find that I enjoyed reading this manga series. First manga books I've ever read and I'm glad that my reading challenge introduced me to it. Not the most in depth intellectual read, but for young readers I do recommend it!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    better than the rest of the series to conclude. still a lot of melodramatic emotional scenes. again, art was great. I liked the last few pages that showed sketches and early character concepts. ok series but probably wouldn't have kept through the whole thing if I didn't like the illustration.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Cute, short series with some twists and turns that I personally found rather enjoyable, and the premise is interesting enough. The art style, too, though definitely influenced by Japanese manga, is unique in it's American style.

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