Whenever I see someone with a Punpun avatar or profile picture I'm all like, "this nigga gets it."
why is she so perfect?
Yeah I actually do like that a lot, but that just ends up making it kind of non-original since I lived through 9/11. I don't need to hear more about 9/11 man, I saw that shit all over the news for like 5 years.
Say that to my waifu and not my face motherfucker and see what happens
I don't understand the appeal of Aiko. I feel only pity and disgust about her. She's a broken person who can only make people around her miserable as a form of affectional vampirism. Look at what she did to punpun. Sure he was retarded but that doesn't make her any less dangerous.
Her death was the best thing to happen to punpun.
maybe. but Asano is more the kind of guy who want his characters look varied than end up with same faces.
Yeah for sure all of his characters look entirely different.
I'm still triggered about what happened, thanks for reminding me anon.
She didn't deserve what happened to her. The ending was just too cruel.
>Her death was the best thing to happen to punpun.
It was pretty much the worst thing that could happen to him; Punpun now lives a life in which he has to carry the weight of Aiko dying. It was literally the most painful ending that the author could come up with.
>Now he can just remember the good times.
But even Asano said that he wrote the most painful ending that he could come up with, that living was more painful than dying for Punpun, and that he was now going to spend his life grieving over Aiko while being forced to live with Sachi and his friends.
This is the thing that triggers me the most. They could've called the police after killing Aiko's mother and told them that they killed her because she attempted to kill Aiko first.
Asano was just too obssesed with writing a painful outcome for Punpun.
I still never expected that ending. it fucked me up simply because out of all the possibilities I legit thought the nigga was going to jail in some weird ass way. and then it plays out the way it did and i just
>terribly written, childhood arc is pretty solid, as are mother/uncle related things
>asano has literally no fucking clue to do with the series at this point - writes out aiko (despite being the fundamental focus and reasoning for the entire fucking series and pun puns autism) - and introduces a literal walking meme in the form of pegasus for "teh lulz"
>finally get story decent again with sachi, think the story could really end up somewhere
>GUESS WHO'S BACK
>LEL I TRIKT U PEGASUS WAS SERIOUS, TROLLED HARD XD
>amazing artwork, despite backgrounds being traced
I love punpun but its so fucking overrated.
this is my latest rice because i'm a faggot
>tfw no aiko
not traced, just photoshopped pics and there after add some texture. but you were close
Yeah. I prefer Nijigahara Holograph insofar as its more tightly focused. Also, while equally dark it doesn't give me the same suffering for suffering's sake vibe.
yeah. it's not impressive. but i get why. manga takes a lot of time and there are always a deadline. if it makes it any better its his own pic he went out and took lol. then again, the background never bothered me. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
If you think you get it than you don't. Nobody gets life. We will struggle until we die with nothing in our hands. So lets enjoy the memes and laugh at all the misery in the world while it lasts.
She was escaping the guilt of being complicit in her mother's death and running to an untenable future with a broken man while understanding her own inability to deal with life.
Her mom was creeping up in her dreams, and her relationship with punpun was twisted in mutual self loathing, sympathy and pity. Shit got too real.
Are you projecting?
Overall Aiko was like cancer to him. When she finally died she stopped consuming his thoughts and fucking up his judgement.
I don't see how people think the ending was a "bad ending." He's surrounded by people who care about him now and glasses chick was the only character that gave a shit about him to find out about his past and go look for him.