So I just finished this and it was pretty good.
But why do I want to kill myself?
You supposed to laugh at people like Punpun not self insert into him
Is it even possible to self insert into Punpun.
I thought the artist purposely created his image so you couldn't.
He id incredible petty. No one should self insert.
I gave it a break because I pondered why should I even care about this guy?
I need to catch up.
Last i left pun-pun; he was about to kill ole' girl on the beach.
W-wait, really? Shit. He was the first and last character I managed to self insert as.
Did anyone else have a hard time sitting through some of this?
I had a really hard time accepting that some of the stuff was actually happening.
There are new chapters?
Last I read where start of the year I think, a whole Tankobon was released.
Went through it like butter anon
Cold, numb butter I'm assuming?
Cause I had to actually walk away from my computer at some points. Punpun did a lot of awful things, but he didn't do anything wrong.
I've never been so distraught after reading/watching anything in my life.
> I thought the artist purposely created his image so you couldn't.
He modeled PunPun after himself.
>Punpun didn't do anything wrong
But he did. He handled just about everything incorrectly in the manga up till the very end.
Oh, is the story based of the author's life a bit then too?
Also why does Punpun look the way he does? Is there any real reason other than not putting the author's complete likeness in it?
He was trying his best in his own way. I don't think you can really say he necessarily did anything right or wrong.
read the interview
Someone's "own way" can be wrong though. That is like saying that every culture is inherently equal, when that is wrong. Just because everyone in a culture practices female gentical mutilation, or burning the wife alive at her husbands funeral, doesn't make those actions not wrong. Even if Punpun was raised in a poor environment, and never learned how to properly deal with life, doesn't mean that his shitty way of dealing with life was correct.
I'm not saying what he did wasn't incorrect, but it's only in my morality that I can judge him. I'm only saying that he believed what he was doing was correct, and that to himself he was. Everyone on earth could say anything is correct/incorrect, but no one would be wrong necessarily; as/if it is an opinion. One can only judge something by their own standards, nothing more, nothing less.
Thanks, anon, this should be helpful.
Because Asano is a ruthless monster.
>so you couldn't.
It ends up being more of the opposite.