Comic Artist: Wendy Pini
Age Group: Adults
# of Pages: 184
# of Volumes: 3
My Rating: 2/5
In the robotic-clean future, everything you see around you will be greatly advanced. People over a hundred years old look like they are only forty, there are machines that clear away the litter in the malls, and you can even change your skin colour to blue!
Anthon Prosper became heir to his father's grand fortune once he died. Using his power and money, he searches for the ultimate impossible: a way to beat death. Enter Steffan Kabala. This beautiful male wins over Anthon and changes his life forever.
Okay, the first thing I thought when I finished this comic was, "What in the world was everyone saying?". I felt like I was reading Shakespeare all over again. And I mean it quite literally. The way the characters spoke was a whole new language to me. Is it because I am not old enough to understand the words that could only be reserved for adults? Maybe.
The characters were drawn too masculine for my liking, especially since Anthon and Steffan are homosexual. I have read some yaoi (Japanese hardcore boyxboy manga) in the past and nothing annoys me more than two very manly men screwing each other. I also think the faces are too one-dimensional. The only character design that I like is Fronda, the daughter of Anthon's father's rival. I don't find the art appealing other than that.
There is no way I can ever pick up the next volume. If I have a sense of where everything is going, I would add more things to this review but I honestly don't. It's not my cup of tea.
Review copy provided by Go! Comi.