Explain that to me. How was the author running away from the story?
The only thing I can say is. Fuck Manaka Junpei. Simple as that. The ending was about the same as watching the author run away from the story.
The gap between who he should've picked according to the story wasn't that far off. Really the only significant relationship building scenes that Manaka and Aya had were during the initial volumes when they were in Junior High. The rest of the volumes they are really good friends and all, but they are way to shy (especially Aya) to even think about moving toward the next step.
Also they were leaning on eachother too much. Aya was writing for Manaka, instead of writing for herself. Manaka was leaning on Aya's scripts too much while making his movies instead of using his talent as a filmmaker.
The reason I like it is because it does go against the norm for this type of manga. And I liked Nishino's character way better than Aya's. That and the only sympathy I feel for her was how she was dumped because of a misunderstanding. Other than that she had way more than enough chances.
The last fight between the two was pretty amazing, then it just shows a fist and ends. Come on, lets at least see their bodies and how destroyed they are.
Last edited by metrobluejay; 04-19-2007 at 12:15 PM.
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