Nardio Manga Review
IS THE DEMON PRINCE OF MOMOCHI HOUSE VOLUME 6 WORTH YOUR TIME?
WHAT DID I THINK WITHOUT SPOILING IT?
The Demon Prince of Momochi House Volume 6 is a good read that bounces back from the stumbles of the previous volume. No unbelievably dumb decisions are made and the story is pretty solid throughout.
The Demon Prince of Momochi House Volume 6 takes place right after last volumes shut down of our heroine’s confession. She has been friend zoned and she needs to live with it. Of course the residents of the house are there for her and the issue immediately moves to address various ships and interesting stuff happens.
I really enjoyed it. The volume introduced more characters, threats and a teeny weenie bit of back story of our precious Aoi. The art is as always perfection that I find myself going back to multiple times after I finish reading the story, just to take it all in.
I am still hopelessly hooked on this series and recommend it to fans.
That ending chapter… ugh.. that teasing, teasing ending chapter.
LETS CHAT ABOUT THE DEMON PRINCE OF MOMOCHI HOUSE VOLUME 6
OOOOOO that mirror world. O that ship moving mirror world. I bet fans like myself are wondering why go for the distant, oblivious and innocent Aoi, when there are so many other, better options available. Don’t get me wrong he is an interesting character and I bet he is a pretty dish, but still. He is so milk toast that its cliche….
Speaking of cliche, of course it was a dream. There is no way any manga would have the nerve to do what they were trying there when all the other guys confessed. I mean I was loving every panel of it, but still.
The chapter was a fun read. The cat started to wear thin for a bit, and I didn’t like that she just trusted this new girl to watch out for her precious Aoi so quickly, but that’s manga pacing for ya.
Speaking of manga pacing that cut from the cat lady’s introduction to school was insanely jarring. I get they have a limited amount of time to deal with things, but this manga suggers from a horrible lack of segway. It’s like reading a soap opera. No one stops and follows up. Just next scene and next day. It’s kinda frustraiting when you want a character to respond to something…. but that’s life in this crazy manga world.
I dug the story. I liked learning and understanding how Aoi was raised by the spirit cat. I enjoyed that our leading lady is trying to learn more about what is happening. The story totally teased us with the tied up Nue in the begining and then teases us further with Aoi’s screwed up childhood. I mean his only child friends at the house were dead? eek….
I really, really wanna see this manga go darker and stay there. It has so much glorious potential.
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- Author: Aya Shouoto
- Genre: Fantasy/Sci-Fi/Young Adult/Supernatural
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