Oh boy, oh boy! Another release!
It’s another non-h to fill the Friday with love and tenderness! And a little bit of melancholy too.
This doushinji caught my attention due to it’s melancholic atmosphere and also because of the hint of discussion about love that is in the story. And because the way Shanghai was portrayed was overly cute, and yet really blunt.
In this story, we have the unlikely pairing of Marisa with Shanghai. And the path to get to this pairing is a tortuous one, which is one of the reasons I believe I see this one as somewhat melancholic. I enjoyed how Shanghai was portrayed, for sure. Not only the art of her, but also her character. Blunt in a way that sounds like would make life and relationship so much easier.
Some may disagree with me here. Maybe some won’t see this a melancholic, or maybe the discussion of love that I found is just a thing from my mind, considering we’re talking about the Touhou universe, but still, those were the reasons why I decided to work on this so I hope you can enjoy this wonderful story.