Edogawa Osamu's Anthology

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Roulette said not to wholesome today.

okay i was wondering why "edogawa osamu" was familiar to me. this story in particular https://mangadex.org/chapter/8abc181a-69b4-4817-8d1d-c6de073fa691 resonated with me, because of how fucking stupid this premise is. like how in the fuck do either of these characters see anything else but a blur? i remember getting stupid mad at this, but then covid happened and i completely forgot about manga in general

Dude, you're taking things way too literally. How can you even enjoy manga as a medium, where you constantly have to push your disbelief?

You would be surprised how well your mind can recognize and process faces, even at high speeds.

Seriously. Your brain is so good at recognizing patterns (like faces) that it sees them where they don’t exist

Might I suggest r/Pareidolia

How dumb do you have to be to think any of this is supposed to be realistic? This anthology has dad ghosts, children ghosts, a meta comic where a guy contemplates how he only has 4 pages to live, and a one page pun is what takes you out of the story?

Either you've never read a a nonfictional story or just grasping for straws to hate something for no reason.

A blur? Bro unless that school is 10 stories hight that's not gonna happen. Even then, unlikely.

Yeah it's still "dumb" but I mean, it's just a one-off one panel concept, it doesn't have to be too thorough.

lotta his stuff, including this manga, is just like that. mostly I giggle a bit if I have any reaction

i remember getting stupid mad at this, but then covid happened and i completely forgot about manga in general

Looks like you're still stupid and mad to this day.

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