Fifth volume of an immensely moe iDOLM@STER doujin series, “My Best Friends”, shifts to focus on the currently eighth most popular idol, out of a near thousand, within The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls.
She’s not the absolute foremost of the pack in terms of popularity – yet Moroboshi Kirari does have a massive following, and that’s as this 17 year old with a heavenly chest measurement, vivacious fashion preference, lovely visage, and hobby for collecting cute things is quite a combination of feminine perfection. She’s of a rare type of bishoujo who rather than solely come off as “sexy”, her physique still manages to take care of that – however, her personality places her high in the ranks of cuteness, surpassing even many an adorable loli.
And of course, through such an ideal balance of characteristics, one can anticipate her appearance to be a remarkably rewarding encounter indeed – and this fifth installment of “My Best Friends”, dubbed “Cinderella”, manages to outstandingly capture her within an everyday setting.
A day at the studio, the doujin starts as Kirari encounters the lazy loli Anzu, seemingly slapping her back to life, before then carrying on with other activities of the day – such as devouring a parfait. The artist of the work has exceptional skill in illustration, as one will certainly notice by the ornate characters, and vehemence in emotion portrayed – yet they also take advantage of their artistic expertise to exhibit their satisfyingly colorful sense of humor as well.
As Kirari confidently tackles the parfait, she’s left with a dramatic visage of pleasure – and while the expression is relevant to satisfying a taste, this face is more often seen with a certain other flavor besides fruit.
In any case, this doujin does offer an ever so slight helping of service as well – Kirari runs into P-san, and much in thanks to the artist’s astounding intricacy in textiles, and simple yet highly effective achromatic shadow gradients, a subtle display of Kirari’s bust proves more satiating a sight than most pairs of 2-D oppai ever seen.
Moroboshi Kirari truly seems to have it all – and this doujin is unprecedented as it delivers it impeccably.