A dark coming-of-age tale where slice-of-life slices back. This is Punpun Onodera s coming-of-age story. His parents marriage is falling apart. His dad goes to jail and his mom goes to the hospital. He has to live with his loser uncle. He has a crush on a girl who lives in a weird cult. Punpun tries talking with God about his problems, but God is a jerk. Punpun keeps hopin...
|Title||:||Goodnight Punpun Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 6|
|Number of Pages||:||456 pages|
Goodnight Punpun Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 6 Reviews
This one got super dark, super quick. The first few chapters left my jaw hanging open; the grittiness of Asano is one of my favorite aspects of him, but this was so unexpected that it really did give me quite a shock.
I really couldn't put it down. This was probably the best volume thus far.
a masterwork in progress. the highest quality of fiction available. completely devastating work. soul crushing. it stares back into you judging your flaws and shrugging its shoulders in hopeless disinterest.
What the hell did I just read?
I've been loving this series, but I didn't expect it to get so completely hopeless. This volume had me hooked until the very end, and I'm hoping Punpun can sort some problems out in the final volume.
I'm not entirely sure he can...
Amazing series. The art blows me away every time, and the characters are all so charming (except maybe our titular Punpun in this very volume...). Even the weird cult guys have my interest.