by Maki Kusomoto
Alright. The main character's cup floweth over with self loathing. Mitsu is aloof and mysterious, beautiful and intriguing. Kishi knows that she's uncompromising and selfish, but he doesn't realize how seriously disturbed she is. She's obsessed with being as perfect as the paintings that her ex boyfriend used her as a model for. The visual layout of the book is really nice. I like the colors and the paneling. The character design is not my cup of tea. Everyone has really big foreheads, tiny chins and huge eyes (adorned with borderline ridiculous lashes). I figured I'd give it a try.