I’m starting to think that Hirao Auri-sensei has a bad case of manga interruptus. Is the creator a master of tense, unresolved (unresolvable sexual tension) or is it a case of “string ’em along, the suckers’ll get what they deserve.”? I’m honestly not sure.
But apparently, I, like Eripyo, deserve to keep being disappointed by her inability to bridge the gap between her and the subject of her hopeless obsession, pop idol Maina. Surrounded by shifts in and around the group, Maina is “gambare”ing as hard as she can and Eri is exhausting herself at any number of part-time jobs in order to support her.
In Oshi ga Budokan Ittekuretara Shinu, Volume 3 ( 推しが武道館いってくれたら死ぬ ) of But things are starting to stretch to untenable stress. Eri’s Mom is wondering when she’s going to stop working like a child and get a real career.
Kumasa is having the best luck at connecting with his favorite idol and even Motoi has a moment or two, but Eri is exhausted, constantly broke, and eternally frustrated as all she wants is to be there for Maina.
Maina is working as hard as she can and wants desperately to thank her number one fan, but all they can do is stare at one another, awkwardly, unable to think of the right thing to say, holding sweaty hands at the handshake events.
Art – 8
Story – 8, dammit
Character – 8
Service – 1
Yuri – 4 I’m running out digits to cross, with the need to strangle the author.
Overall – 8
Argh and argh. But I guess I get what I deserve, since I keep coming back. If this series goes 8 volumes and we get is a reset, I better hope the judge understands, because I’m gonna lose my mind. ^_^