The animals living on the farm of Saemin’s family are not what they seem. Although they put up an act of innocence in front of Saemin’s family, they are fully capable of deliberately committing horrifying acts. Told from the point of view of an extremely intelligent old cat, this is a thrilling tale of jealousy, manipulation, and murder.
Source: Manta Comics
The story has an interesting premise, with the cat being the narrator. As we're progressing further along the story, we're also introduced to the key players. I won't spoil who they are here, but it's more to them than meets the eye. In the end, we're presented a very bloody story, featuring both revenge and other interesting key elements, such as love. As for the art, I wouldn't give it a 10 but overall it's very nice. It looks almost like it was painted with water colour, and I love that. Most of the time everything looks fine, but some minor details look off. Overall it's nothing you'd notice most likely. The characters are very unique and interesting. We'd think the cat is the most special character in the story, but not quite. With the introduction of the countryside comes other animals. Many of these may seem harmless, but one seems to be hatching an evil plan to take revenge. Even the cat wants revenge in a way, but he can't take it since he's so tiny in comparison. Yet, when the opportunity arises... well, you can probably figure out the rest yourself. Overall I'd say it's a good story and you should definitely read it if you can handle gore and blood. Because there's going to be a lot of blood. And dead animals. A lot.
I don't usually enjoy angsty stories since it leaves me with this sort of guilt, but I really enjoyed this webtoon. The layout of the comic really reminded me of a children's picture book and I also really liked the art style. As for the story, the ending was very overwhelming, I had a rush of adrenaline and couldn't stop reading the rest of the story. I don't really know how to express how much I enjoyed the story, but it did feel very dark and depressing most times. I got especially interested when they introduced the white dog. Do I reccomend it? Yes I do. Do I think it's rad? Yes I do, and that's all that matters in my opinion.
More like "A Chicken's Tale," amiright? (cue canned laughter) Anyway, the story probably functions better as is--framed as being from the cat's perspective--but I did think the constant narration detracted from the action at times. The chapters also (intentionally) end in awkward spots, but the overall story is still very engaging. The first three or four chapters are all focused on a specific animal at the family's farm, introducing them and showing how they are cunning and clever. Then it gets into the meat of the story, which I won't go into too many details about, but I will say that I thought the romance was pretty cute and the climactic bloodbath was an alright resolution to the power plays that preceded it. This is a good story. The artwork reminds me of children's books, picture books. I think the way the text is placed over the full-color images helps add to that vibe. Grainy texturing. Overall, it's nice artwork though. And the animal mannerisms are well portrayed. The biggest flaw with it is probably the way it'll repeat panels. There are several times where it'll even show the same panel back-to-back, but with a darker background in the second one. The first time this was done, I thought it was a neat little effect. But I eventually got tired of how many times panels were copied and just zoomed in or otherwise minimally altered.
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