Check out The Daily Yomiuri’s review of Fanfare/Ponent Mon’s The Quest For The Missing Girl.
“The Quest For The Missing Girl contains contemporary ideology and social caricatures. But the likely key to its appeal is the detailed description of scenery, from landscapes to coffee cup shadows, and the dramatic angles that look as if they are movie stills.
This is true artwork that allows readers to enjoy the exciting story, with depictions of Japanese subcultures and painstaking drawings in every frame.”
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