While on the train one day, Kenji Kaga witnesses the moon splitting into two and then is whisked away to Venor, Earth's sister planet, and informed that both worlds are on the brink of obliteration. Now it's up to the boy to restore order to both Earth and Venor. Alongside the stoic warrior Radein and adorable Pixie, Kenji embarks on an epic quest to find the two sacred objects, and fulfill the ancient prophecy!
This is a brief manga with an interesting, though somewhat rushed, story. The main issue with this work is that the panels are often confusing and events unfold in such a way that the reader is left feeling as though they have missed something important. Upon rereading, it becomes clear that this is not the case, and the poor storytelling is only exacerbated by these confusing panels. On a brighter note, the character art is quite good and charming, with hilarious expressions. However, the fast pace and confusion of the plot make it difficult to fully understand and connect with the characters or grasp their motivations. All in all, it's hard to recommend this manga, but maybe CLAMP fans are used to such things and will like it.
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