Diary of My Daily Failures

Total 9 chapters 3 chapters FREE All chapters FREE for member
Total 9 chapters
3 chapters FREE All chapters FREE for member
Manga Story:

“Diary of My Daily Failures” is a bold comic essay of a depression survivor looking back to her past blunder. In the bleak of despair, Eriko struggled as she tried adapting to mental health institution environment. Eriko Kobayashi’s superb ability to deliver dark but comedic self-narrative would not only let readers ponder about the importance of mental health but might also reveal the hidden anxiety inside our mind we never know we had...
Manga Author:
Eriko Kobayashi
Manga Genre:
Shojo Manga
Manga Publisher:
TORICO
Manga Story:

“Diary of My Daily Failures” is a bold comic essay of a depression survivor looking back to her past blunder. In the bleak of despair, Eriko struggled as she tried adapting to mental health institution environment. Eriko Kobayashi’s superb ability to deliver dark but comedic self-narrative would not only let readers ponder about the importance of mental health but might also reveal the hidden anxiety inside our mind we never know we had...
Manga Author:
Eriko Kobayashi
Manga Genre:
Shojo Manga
Manga Publisher:
TORICO

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Vitzeke
Reminds me of the korean comic about the girl who had depression but not as bad as the korean one on lezhin comics. Not a fan of this one too much. It's not bad, but nto a fan.
Aug 25
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MadamManga
This manga looks cute before you read it, but is very dark and sad. You may cry reading this, but I do recommend it.
Aug 25
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musicrave
The multitude of sides depicted in this manga is fascinating. Especially when depicting an illness like depression, there are so many ways to go about it and the author covers a number of them, like social life and going to work is affected by depression. The shadow/cloud chapter was especially well done.
Aug 25
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Gothic Sugar
This series is an autobiography of the author's experiences with depression and delusions. The added bonus to this title cones with the realization that her perceived failures are even pointed out in her own work. While the art is very vibrant for the subject matter as far as her choice of colours, I feel like the art in this series works to take the edge off. Yes, it's bright and saturated, but isn't depression the polar opposite?

Aug 25
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