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The appeal is seeing the different ways the girls react to the same question. You see, in each chapter our protagonist (whose viewpoint we see out of) asks a new girl to show him her breasts or panties, inevitably causing them to give in because he's prostrating in a dogeza (...because why not). Each chapter is only four images long: asking the question, wearing her down, and culminating in a usually embarrassed girl exposing herself. In about three-quarters of the chapters, he asks the girls to show him their breasts, and in the other quarter, he asks them to expose their panties. To shake things up, sometimes he'll request one thing but end up getting both, or other variations. The chapters are organized into themes: schoolgirls (ch. 1-13), fantasy world girls (ch. 14-27), and girls on the job (ch. 28-45). For the art, it's basically just pictures of girls with pretty basic backdrops behind them. They do some neat things with tinting. The girls look cute. There's good variety with hairstyles and clothes, though several of their faces look pretty much the same. For characters, I can't really say there's any characterization going on. I mean the only name our protagonist is ever referred to by is "Dogeza" and the only thing we know about him is that he's weirdly driven to do what he's doing. But at the same time, the author does portray a variety of personality types for the girls. For the story...I guess I should be surprised there even is a story at all considering how interchangeable these "chapters" are. Though the only real plot involves justifying the change from the first theme into the second, and the second into the third. More than that, some of the twists to the pattern work well to keep this repetitive idea from growing too stale. Of course, it's still not a horribly impressive comic, but I was a bit more impressed with it than I thought I'd be. [Reviewed at chapter 45]