In a ruined world, a human girl, Lu, and a droid, Zet, live a humble life. Then one day, they encounter a mysterious new droid, Chrome... Now all three of them live together like a family, but then…
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Story: 7/10 Its nothing too out of the ordinary or shocking. The story telling by Takaki has a way of quickly introducing you to the world and very quickly and naturally getting you invested in the characters. Though its not re-inventing the wheel the author skillfully guides you through the story in a why that you can anticipate what will happen next but still leaving you on the edge to find out how exactly it pans out. Art: 9/10 This manga is absolutely gorgeous. From the post-apocalyptic cityscapes to the character design to the robots themselves Takaki has put a lot of love and care into every page of this manga. Absolutely stunning. Characters: 8/10 As I mentioned earlier the characters all feel natural. Even addressing the robots and their existential crisis of their programming is presented in a way that makes you understand and even sympathetic towards the robots of this universe. And in my case even the “villain” robot in the first chapter. Lu is absolutely lovey and has a smile every neckbeard will be lining up to defend. Overall: 8/10 I have super high hopes for this manga and cant wait to see more. The world created in this story has the potential to be very deep and expansive.
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