Amazing! If I could give this manga series more stars, I absolutely would. There's some next level stuff going on here -- from the fantastical story (with a very FLCL vibe), to the character and world design, to the incredible use of perspective and constant "Satoshi Kon"-esque scene transitions. The use of minimal color is done intelligently and intentionally, and the vertical flow of the pages is the best I've ever seen. Really, I can't heap enough praise upon Yuta Kayashima's work here. Just an amazing visual experience that's leaps and bounds ahead of contemporaries.
Somewhat random, wacky and full of shenanigans. For the most part the only complaint I have is with the artwork at times is a bit...rough. Other than that it seems like a fun mini series to read through.
I did not expect ot like rhis as much as did. I've only read through the first four chapters so far (saving my tickets), but it is pretty funny. My gripes are that the reason foe the journey isn't given to us until the second chapter. I'm not really familiar with the story this is based on, so the first chapter was hard to get through. I do recommend carrying on past that though because it gets better, and funnier.