New oneshot by the author of Kanojo wa Rokurokubi, Nieki Zui.
About a dude and his microwave (girl).
>having curry again?
>you think it's unhealthy?
>I don't care about that.
>even if hikoichi kun dies from eating too much carry.
>it has nothing to do with me.
>it's the smell.
And that's it already... Hope TL anon walks us through whatever the fuck happened here.
>You fell asleep while I was heating up the milk!
>won't tolerate such a disgrace. I'm not gonna heat it now.
>you gonna apologize?
> is that okay! I want you to keep in mind that you're a person who couldn't even live without me.
>yes. I'm sorry!
>I can't hear you.
>my home microwave bullies me.
>you've really gone mad now.
>"how can I get more manly" you ask?
>easy, you have to use one of those...
>I'm pretty troubled about it.
>but im a man.
> and ill prove it to you!
So this is basically "Microwave for One: The Manga."
It asks readers to fill in a survey (probably attached in the magazine) if they think they would like to read more. so Maybe he'll do more if the japs like it. But don't hold high hopes, they usually have shit taste.
some pages in better quality
Editors ultimately dictate whether a manga is going to be cashcow shit, keep the mangaka's autism in control or want to direct their own story in contrast with the author's original intents and purposes. I feel like they do more harm than good but are necessary for the audience to accept it as it is.
We don't really know the situation most of the time so it can be a fault on either side and I suspect that sometimes editors decide to cut manga short as soon as the author shows that he has no idea where to go while new works show more promise. Especially in WSJ.