Volumes 5 Written by Ranjo Miyake
No piece is harder to explain in words than this one.
The only thing I can say is that “Pet” utilizes the most of the 2 dimension settings. The authors’ works have really strong emotional description, story setting, and character settings.
All People have a “valley” and a “mountain”. The “mountain”, is a “place” that has created memories continue to support the people. The “valley”, is a “place” that had made memory to continue stir-fry that person. Men who are haired by “Company”, they have a special ability who can manipulate the memory of others by using a pseudo memory called “image”, and “The Company” calls those men as “pet”.
Those people called “Pet” have a special ability to go into someone’s memory and forge or break it. This ability is one of the charms of this book.
This is a typical super power series but the refined description of the people’s ability and memories is just breathtaking, making it an amazing masterpiece.
Also the well-contemplated emotional description is making the characters stand out.
These couple of decades saw the development of computer graphics and it was made possible to see the comic books made into actions with computer graphics. It’s amazing, but one of the fun things about comic book is making the impossible possible.
Of course, movies and TV dramas do it, but it’s not real. In the end, everything is non-fiction. However, comic book make it possible to connect story dots into a straight line, making it even more real.
I may be repeating myself, but this masterpiece makes the most use of the advantage of 2 dimensional comic books.