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Doujinshi commentary: Daydream

Circle:    Avant Garde    Daydream: Front Cover 
Type:   Normal, gag & serious stories. 34 pages.





This doujinshi starts off with several Zidane/Kuja gags, a good number of which involve Kuja's underwear and/or groinal region, but none of which are raunchy enough to push this doujinshi out of the General Audiences category. Then there is a story about... well, the character looks like a tailless genome, and my only guess is that this may be a young Kuja in short pants. (The character is never named - I looked carefully through the speech bubbles for that.) The third piece, "Dancing Butterfly," is hard to classify, as it is composed of images and narration, and is perhaps more a reflection than a narrative.

I'm not a fan of the art in this comic. What spoils it for me is the facial expressions. There are so few of them, especially in the serious bits, and the ones we do see are repeated over and over, the same look appearing on both Zidane's and Kuja's faces time after time, obliterating any trace of personality. At times it looks like the entire comic is suffering from ennui.

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