Mariel Imari is a private eye trying to become a first-rate detective to be able inherit her late father's estate. For some strange reason, the mysterious thief Vecchio is taking an interest in her. As if that wasn't enough, her old friends at Interpol and her siblings make life more troubling for her.
Kenji Tsuruta's "Forget-me-not" is a kind of art because of such a scenery and ambient. There is something that makes me get stuck in a world of two united dimensions but it can't. Yet, Kenji Tsuruta is a person who has a potential, especially from this manga. Pretty aesthetic by carrying variety styles of drawing and writing in the style of American novels and some of the western culture indeed. Set... read more
La Pomme Prisonniere
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