Oyasumi Punpun lowered my self-esteem and made me feel like shit
Reminder you can get Oyasumi Punpun on physical this year. And it is a 3 volume Omnibus binding.
Over 400 pages per manga.
If your that tired of the series in the beginning just trudge through it. I read the whole thing in 3 days and it was worth it. When Punpun is in his early teen years it gets better and better. Although if you are still tired of its pacing then it is not for you then, because it can feel slow because of it being a Coming of Age story that spans a long time. It ain't as bad as 20th Century Boys pacing though. At least to me.
>tfw I'm an even worse fuckup than Punpun.
>his life is pure shit for years
>he meets Aiko a total qt, the dream
>she loves him
>she commits suicide
fuck you Asano
At least I did not see it coming. I thought
Punpun would kill himself first. Which then blew my mind when he wanted Aiko to kill him because of that promise in the first few chapters of the manga.
>not reading it to induce depression purposefully
I read it for that exact reason.
It felt like cutting myself mentally .
these two fucking pages
okay, suicidal thoughts are starting early today
>select the images with waterfalls
I needed that
no need to post twice anon
Punpun was really painful to read
>muh no friends
look I'm a khv with no friends or future and I might end myself but you know I'm never gonna make a scene out of it and whine, I won't be a sore loser
Who was best character and why was it
>I think its the only manga that I thought was good but couldnt keep on reading.
That's exactly how I felt.
>And Ive read bad manga entirely!
>Im finishing Zatch Bell right now for example
Zatch Bell wasn't a masterpiece, but I disagree, it was good.
his uncle.It's weird, but his arc gave me hope for Punpun, assuming he's not a sociopath and is just horribly crippled by depression.
It's been almost two years since I last read it, so I don't really remember how much
his uncleenjoys his "new life." Does he?
I don't get how anyone can read Asano manga and feel like shit in the end
Sure it's melancholic but his manga always end in a note of glimmering hope and change that is in the individual characters
Gee anon, it's understandable if you feel down, but don't have to take it too personally.
Why don't you read Asano's next work to cheer up?
i think the fact that you watch him go from a cute, genuinely sweet and average kid to a lifeless young man who has done awful, nearly irredeemable things is reason enough to be affected by it.
or, you could just be at a place in your life when you're just upset with how things are going. you could just be wondering how you got here, or how you never could have imagined being where you are right now as a child.
he's still a piece of shit, but i think everyone at one point or another can relate to him.
As far as I remember he's still pretty miserable, though more settled down and content at least. His kid also looks like Punpun and even comes with asshole God inside so his life is bound not to get any better.
Probably my favorite manga. It was the only time ive rushed through a series in 3 days just because I needed to know what happened next.