I’m so used to webcomics being fully colored manga strips that it been a long time since I actually read a manga that is traditionally made, meaning black and white and full of comedy. I was able to read this amazing eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Real-Life-Otaku by Fujita, which is apart of the Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku series.
I give this book a star for having amazing drawings and artistry
I also award this manga with another star for its content and original content
Unfortunately, that is where the stars stop. I feel that this book would be better loved for those who are either an older teenager but not for an adult.
There are times when I read the manga I feel that I am too old or the characters are too immature in their actions throughout the plot of the manga. This is surely one of those times because I felt that the reactions for most of the problematic moments in the novel were just too wacky even for a goofball like me.
I will also admit that I am not in tune with the Japanese pop culture since Netflix became an app. I felt that the drawing style was amazing and I really loved how it reflected real life in the way the objects, and environments were drawn however I just did not connect with this manga. I feel that I am more interested in more emotional manga such as Violet Evergreen, and not a com temporary romance novels of being an otaku.