A story of a broken home, and what's really important.
The style: This manga is sketchy for a couple
reasons. You could call it a statement on society as a whole.
But it's not. ^_^ The real reasons--one, it was done for the
so I had to do it quickly. (Well, OK, I had a whole MONTH to
do it, but I am rather busy this semester!). Also, I used a Sakura
Gelly Roll pen, and when I tried to ink the panel edges with
a ruler, the darned thing wouldn't start! So when I finally had
a panel inked, it looked rather sketchy. Oops. But I DID intend
to do the 'shading' and stuff they way I did it, though.
The story: If you liked "The
Problem of Happiness," you'll either like this, or think
it's a cheap ripoff of my own work. (How stupid of me, huh! ^^;;;)
But I think it's a kind of sweet story, despite being 100% cliched
and at least 99% improbable...