This was a good romance story, with a satisfying ending in chapter 49. The next chapter was a side story, and the last chapter started a whole new story arc with the same characters, so save your money or passes and don't bother unless they pick it up again. The first 49 chapters form a good, solid story of two performing arts students finding love through disapproving families and competing careers.
Sigh. Funerals are like that, sometimes. You have a great time chatting with people you only see at funerals.
It's not even consistent with the first chapter.
Having originally started reading this on Wecomics, I think a lot of the problems with the story flow are from the translator skipping parts or putting them in the wrong order. I found the raw versions at one point and there were several pages there which were not in the translation.
Unfortunately, the story is incomplete and ends in the middle of a major battle just as all the plot threads are beginning to come together. However, the story so far is unique and intriguing, and the watercolor art style is gorgeous. I have high hopes that the writer will return and complete the story.
Bit of an odd question from a professor preparing a lecture on the subject. I'd expect something like that from an undergrad, or even a high school student. He should have hit the "you need to go further back" thing multiple times by now.
I agree, translations which change the names so you have an extremely Asian story but white people names for no discernable reason are rather off-putting.
While this is an excellent horror comic, the completed mark is incorrect. The last chapter is the beginning of a new case. That said, each case is decently self contained, giving a sort of monster of the week format with enough character development to keep things interesting.