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The Flowers of Evil - Complete, 1 Paperback – October 31, 2017
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The art is masterful, creating varied character designs and expressions that go far and beyond just changing out hairstyles.
The characters, or rather the 3 focused on ones, are all fairly well definied personality wise. Kasuga is a bit of an awkward coward with more than a little pretention about it, Nakamura is an agressive borderline sadist who loves tormenting andd confusing Kasuga (and is also by far the most interesting) , and Saeki is the average nice and pretty girl who serves and Kasuga's "muse" aka serves his fantasies. And all of their interactions can create very moving or tense moments
The bizzare nature of the series is something that has to be seen to be believed, in fact in some ways it's almost a subversion of typical slice of life/romance tropes. Cant really think of anything like it aside from maybe SunDome, though this does the sexuality angle far better.
Youre also getting a great value for your money, almost 600 pages for. around 20 dollars, nearly double of a standard 3 in 1.
Overall this is a great book. The type you dont want to read because the more you read the quicker it'll be over. For fans of non-typical slice of life stories this is a must
SPOILER: Then at the beginning of volume 3, all the characters that are the most interesting while interacting with each other friggin' move away from each other! Then it's just a slog watching them mature and get their lives back together. It's like if you watched an action movie and the climax happened in the middle of the movie. Then the rest of the movie is the hero taking a shower and treating his wounds after the big fight.
This series could have ended at the first chapter of omnibus volume three (after the festival) and it would have been the perfect series. (Heck, even at the end of the volume 2 omnibus if you're ok with open endings.) I don't know if a contract stretched the story past its natural limit or what. But I only own the first two omnibus volumes and I feel like that's all I need!