Punpun is having a coming-of-age story, but look out—his slice-of-life adolescence slices back. This is Punpun Onodera’s coming-of-age story. His parents’ marriage is falling apart. His dad goes to jail, and his mom goes to the hospital. He has to live with his loser uncle. He has a crush on a girl who lives in a weird cult. Punpun tries talking with God about his problem...
|Title||:||Goodnight Punpun Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 4|
|Number of Pages||:||456 pages|
Goodnight Punpun Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 4 Reviews
Volume 4, or Punpun finally gets his shit together. . . sort of. After two volumes delving deeper into Punpun's depression by taking a peek at how sad and lonely his family members truly are, things are finally starting to turn around for Punpun. It's strange and weird transformation for Punpun, but its all the more cathartic after two very dark volumes of despair. I can't wait to see what Asano has plans next.
Not nearly as soul crushing as the others...but I know that's gonna change next volume.
Goodnight Punpun is my favorite manga serious and probably always will be. It's so depressing, but at the same time you just can't put the book down! Poor punpun :(
I'm continuing to love this series, and Inio Asano's work, in general. Along with Taiyo Matsumoto, Asano is one of my favorite contemporary manga artists.
I love Punpun, probably because I'm as confused and shit about women as he is. Though in my defence I'm not as fucked up as he.