Review: Solanin

Originally posted at myanimelist.net.

Asano’s stories would drip with cliché and hackneyed nonsense in another author’s hands; they are so ripe for rolling your eyes at. But Solanin is fresh, adult, funny, compelling and emotional. It manages to roll up those moments of our early twenties into two volumes of heart-felt drama presented in what is now a typically Asano fashion.

Read it here.

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