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Doujinshi commentary: Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely,

Circles:    Point Out and Heni-Hento    Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely, : Front Cover
Type:   Normal, serious stories. 42 pages.
Date:   03/18/2001

The circle names on this one are only my guess. The circle names - or what I assume them to be - were not too clear, and even after I visited the URLs listed on the information page I was none the wiser. So, I hope what I've listed is correct.

This doujinshi centers on Vivi, Zidane, and Mikoto. The first one is Vivi and Zidane, apparently alone except for Mikoto after the destruction of the Iifa tree. Most of it is a conversation between Vivi and Zidane - but at the end Mikoto sees some very large eggs that are hatching, which is juxtaposed with the image of Vivi's hat on a memorial stake. Arrgh, I knew it'd been too long since I'd seen a Vivicidal comic! The second story opens with Vivi and Mikoto at the cemetery - or is that Vivi? Mikoto never addresses him as such, and the cemetery is full of floppy-topped pointy hats on stakes. (Arrgh again!) In the conversation Mikoto mentions the prototype and copies - so perhaps the one she's talking to is a copy. Or she could have been talking about copies; Japanese often doesn't differentiate between singular and plural.

The artwork in this one is not too special, but it does convey a definite mood, and that makes me want to come back to this one when I get better with the language.

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