You come home and find your girlfriend frightened in the wardrobe.
What do you do?
I don't agree. They're bizarre/complex, but there's no real meat there underneath it to make me care, the characters are unlikable, and his fixation on inserting rape and random sex gets grating after a while.
Turn around then promptly shit myself.
At least in the case of Freesia, the bulk of the sexual violence is integral to character development,and thematically appropriate in the context of the dystopian world the protagonist inhabits.
Yeah but isn't there more to it? Why a phone specifically, is it related to communication since a major focus of the manga is kano trying to communicate with people? Why's it ringing, and what would it mean to answer it vs ignore it?
Does the ringing get worse in certain situations vs get better in other situations?
I think you might have a point.
The ringing phone represents the way Kano isn't able to connect with the world. It's like the reality is calling him, but he can do nothing but stay in his hallucination
Is this the hotline miami of manga?
Where did I get a fucking wardrobe I don't have that
let out an ear-shattering bellow in challenge toward this abstract threat toward my girlfriend and use my innate supernatural powers to literally let loose the dogs of war
then shit my pants