Secret X Folder

Ch: 18
2016 - 2017
3.63 out of 5 from 261 votes
Rank #21,795
Secret X Folder

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A deliciously amusing collection of short stories revolving around some sort of surprise element that brings two characters together romantically. Story: Surprisingly well fleshed-out for such short stories. Each segment feels like it has a clearly defined story that follows a plotline, develps the characters, and has a satisfying ending. However, there's a lot of suspension of disbelief that needs to be involved in order for the stories to happen, and I'm not just talking about the various surprise elements that can be a bit outlandish. For the sake of making the story happen there's a lot of things that get somewhat glossed-over or are just outright lampshaded. Art: By far the best from this author, and some of the best you'll find for the genre. There is gorgeous detail in every panel, both in the character designs as well as in the background and scenery. The only downside is the author's love for the motion blur tool during action scenes, but this time around he's really toned it down compared to his previous works, and it dramatically improves the visual clarity of the scenes. Characters: Amusing and adorable couples appear in almost all of the segments (I wasn't a big fan of the Shoulder Angel/Demon story). They have clear character traits that make them feel unique and important, as well as enough background to provide context to the situation. There's some cognitive issues with some of the decisions they make, which is pretty much the same complaint as what I mentioned in the story - there's some unconvincing motives invovled that get handwaved away in order for the plot to continue. Other than that, though, there's some really endearing characters here. Overall: An excellent collection of short stories all around. Good for a short read, good for some beatuiful art, and good for the things you normally look for in Borderline H material.

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