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10 thoughts on “きのこ人間の結婚

  1. says:

    Yeah I have no idea how to rate this, so I just won t It was a really weird story I got the gist of what was happening, its a pretty basic story when you take out the fact that these are mushroom people I don t know what I was expecting from this It wasn t horrible and it wasn t great either it was justyeah the gif really says it all I will say that I hated the tarantula so if you are an arachnophobe like...


  2. says:

    I have no idea what this even was My comic guy knows how much I love random shit and he really came through for me here.


  3. says:

    The story itself is a little confusing, but Murayama is a champion world builder and the level of detail in the art is fantastic.


  4. says:

    This had the potential to be better than it ended up being The story s cute, the environment and lore s neat, but the art felt a littleinconsistent in its detail quality Sometimes the backgrounds were beautifu...


  5. says:

    Fun world building but week storytelling.


  6. says:

    Beh, non so mica cos ho letto qua.Da un lato c un mondo vagamente distopico perch gli uomini si sono estinti e solo i miceti sono in grado di sopravvivere Insieme a qualche raro animale Dall altro ci sono i funghetti che son tutte donne e che son divise in clan, ognuno con il suo compito.Ci sono intrighi di palazzo e ribellioni, ma tutto comincia con la storia d a tra una scrivana e una pastora Non saprei cosa dire neanche del disegno Tutti i personaggi mi son sembrati...


  7. says:

    3.5 starsVery sapphic and very pretty.Standalone manga about mushroom world, a newly married couple and young shepherd fighting for her wife.I love the art and the worldbuilding, the plot is rather simplistic but it works for this story.Also everybody is a lesbian and I love it.


  8. says:

    Man, I was really disappointed in this one A whole world based on fungi It had such potential, the art is nice and the world could ve been so cool But the storytelling is very weak, it s very rushed, and parts are touched on b...


  9. says:

    I spent most of this read being totally confused The art really dropped the ball in several different scenes, to the point where I was rereading to understand what was happening Could have been cute and fun with interesting world but fell pretty flat


  10. says:

    Arriala and Erriela are newly married But, like their first meeting where Erriela literally fell from the sky married life can surprise you If different backgrounds don t present some challenges, Erriela a scribe from a castle and Arriala a forest herder, other forces have in store Erriela s family who was unsure of the match to what amounts to a peasant before but, judged it beneficial because of a food shortage and Erriela was a disappointing daughter to them is feeling pressure, Erriela falling ill Add the machinations of the youngest royal princess who still thinks Erriela is fated to be with her instead and doesn t mind using old tribal tensions sparking violence to get what she wants So, what will a couple of mushroom girls in love do when everyone is saying get a divorce Fight for that happy ending of course.Kei Murayama in this oneshot has created a unique, lush world featuring a tribal mushroomfolk society with poisonous royals at the top followed by literate scribes, guards, herders and miners, artisans as well as nomadic groups History says the gods from outside the planet came ten thousand years ago to create life, a world where fungi ended up ruling, the humanoid variety made in these gods image, controlling the few animals which exist If you don t like spiders like me, the giant tarantulas controlled by parasitic mushrooms and their tamers are indeed terrifying If you love mushrooms and I most certainly have a mycological bent this is a ...