A young boy inherits an old house, but it's not without a previous tenant.
It would've been better if they had wrapped the story up somehow rather than trying to set it up for a serialization that never happened. Wasabi is a bit of a soul-dead character, but gets giddy at being able to live more freely now that feir abusive adoptive parents are dead and likes the idea of owning a house. I don't understand why fe has the amount of independence that fe has. Wouldn't Child Services have placed fem in foster care or something until fe reached adulthood? But setting that aside, Gedara also lives in the house. Gedara is a monster that finds "sinful" people to be extra tasty. I really like how Gedara will just fill up the entire hall, like a giant furry Whomp. And it's neat how Wasabi and Gedara become pretty symbiotic, with their coexistence seeming to benefit both of them. It's mainly ethical intrigue and gore, with a little bit of relational horror. The eyes are really droopy. Fingers are squared. The proportions of the faces and stuff can be off.