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Sure, very similar to a lot of you, I too am a weekly Chainsaw Man enjoyer. To be honest, it’s form of onerous not being one when “Chainsaw Man Tuesdays” consists of recent manga chapters adopted by new dubs and subs of the anime. Nonetheless, the manga from creator Tatsuki Fujimoto that left probably the most vital impression on me this yr was his one-shot manga, Goodbye, Eri. Admittedly, I used to be a bit fearful that Fujimoto’s storytelling wouldn’t be capable to reside as much as the feat he demonstrated with Chainsaw Man half one. However after seeing him nearly stretch his writing muscular tissues and flex out Goodbye, Eri’s gripping story, my affinity for the oddball mangaka skyrocketed.
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Goodbye, Eri follows a excessive schooler named Yuuta as he paperwork the ultimate moments within the lifetime of his mom, who’s dying from a severe sickness. Though I received’t spoil the climax of Yuuta’s documentary, almost everybody who witnesses it finds it deeply offensive. Earlier than Yuuta lets individuals’s criticism get the higher of him, he kinds a weird friendship with a mysterious lady named Eri who cherished his documentary a lot, she volunteers to be his supervisor.
As is Fujimoto’s type, Goodbye, Eri is full of cinematic but repetitive manga panels. As a substitute of affected by its repetitive nature, the subtlety within the motion of characters’ facial expressions makes the one-shot manga sing all through its 200 pages.