Manga volume three of loli mystery solving series, Kamisama no Memochou, has come carrying much of the philosophical speech for which it is known – as well as some mizugis for which it’s most welcome.
This volume is a rather intriguing addition to the series as it initiates onward essentially from the point where the animation concluded – first delivering the remainder of the story till that point, and then providing a slight continuation of the tale from there. Of course, any who have seen the anime know quite well what occurs – the short-haired female highschooler character attempted suicide, or so it appeared, as result of some drastic measures.
All the while, Yondaime and crew cleaned up the drug scheme running within the city – and this leads the protagonist to the memorable point where he and the loli sit atop the school’s roof.
Now from there, it seems the manga is merely preparing for the next arc as all which follows is simply some more lighthearted and comical moments – and with mizugis at that. Seemingly, the series is entering a total dip into material more slice of life oriented before progressing forward with another conundrum that needs solving – a fairly logical step as the last mystery was rather expansive, dramatic, and stretched out quite significantly.
Intensity doesn’t necessarily explode, the muffling of the drug ring was as subtly portrayed as within the anime – although at least the promise of more is certainly most favorable, as is the continued loli artwork to be seen within.