|Type:||Normal, gag doujinshi. 34 pages.|
The title, near as I can figure out, means "dismantling Shinto rituals." Um... well, that's no weirder than half the other titles I've seen. Moving right along...
There's a lot of Kuja-Zidane flirtation here. No action at all, just Kuja's attraction to Monkey Boy. Kuja plays "loves me, loves me not" (suki, kirai) with a rose, and ends up with two petals left on "kirai" (he hates me) - so, after a thoughtful pause, he rips both petals off on "suki" and counts that as a victory. Zidane falls past Kuja in the Iifa tree, and finds Kuja posing very oddly for him. This doujinshi isn't all K-Z not all flirtiness, however. Zidane and Eiko, seeing Kuja's "corpse," mourn briefly - then start drawing on his face and sticking things in his mouth. Either Kuja was faking or the indignity brings him back to life.
The art here isn't my favorite. It's not bad for doujinshi art; I just don't care for darkly outlined eyes that appear on top of bangs, and the elongated faces that one of the artists draws. But overall I'd say this is a pretty good one, especially if you like Kuja. Oh, the back cover is printed in one-color ink, dark pink on white stock.
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