Saikin Kono Sekai wa Watashi Dake no Mono ni Narimashita......

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Vol. 4 Ch. 85 - Limited To One
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So the walls essentially were "transports" from hospital to hospital. But how come that the therapist who started the "journey" to awaken her in the first hospital stayed also in the others. I'm still troubled with the interpretation of the gang bang rape. And the other question crossing i'm not quite sure about is; did the therapist stimulated her sexually in the coma or not.

Anyhow it was an interesting read and good art over all. Dunno why the rating is so low.
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Not sure if axed or not, but it was still quite a trip and a twist. Wonder, if it was really axed and instead didn't get axed, what would have been the further development? I have this feeling the author was planning the ending all along given subtle hints earlier, but imagine it'd have been more gradual.

Also, her friends are kinda fucked up wanting her to die with her (or so it seemed :( ). Real sad ending while also happy that she didn't actually have such a bad experience her first time. I don't mind if a girl wants to have fun, but it's nice she doesn't actually have such mental trauma.
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Damn this fucked with my head, I'm not gonna lie
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@Japaneserix
I mostly agree with your analysis, but I think that the reason the friends aren't with her sometimes is because they've either left to fight off her brother, or their "Wavelengths" didn't quite match hers so they could only appear at certain times. I feel like the reason why her friends saw monsters instead of blimps and such is because they're already damned (Cus they're dead) and can kind of see glimpses of the true hell-scape while they traverse the MC's mind, and since MC is still technically alive, her dream in her coma only shows her normal things. I also want to just mention that the reason why her brother started crying in Chapter 60 was because he never actually wanted to do those kinds of things to his sister, but because she was still alive, she held more control over her world and was able to force her brother to do things he wouldn't normally do (Even if she didn't know she was forcing him.).
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@xellast the fish was because of the boat and the people were because she was like in the river styx, the monsters are the creatures of the underworld. I think the brother had power because he's been there the longest, I think why her friends weren't with her sometimes was to kinda numb her to go along with whatever they wanted kinda like the buildings and I think that wall like like symbolizes the halfway point to the underworld
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@Cassie_Hack Her brother never rape her in the real world, he just kissed her; "that flashback" was a twisted version of events or to be more accurate, it never happen since it combines her game persona memories.
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Great beginning and mystery but the ending being all a video game or whatever was retarded....I played a lot of Silent Hill and I assumed she was in purgatory or something like it. She was so mind fucked about her brother raping her that she repressed her memories and everyone she met in that world were different parts of her subconscious in the form of former friends trying to fix her head so she'd be ready to move on to heaven or something like that...but nope....again my imagination made the story better but in reality shitty plot twist...seriously a fucking video game....Enough with the Isekai tropes Japan...sigh. I thought she was in a coma because maybe she tried to kill herself but ended up in the hospital....the stalker reveal still would of worked great if it was death disguised as her brother...Kind of like the Silent Hill monsters look different to everyone in Silent Hill cause that's how it works. Past mistakes, guilt, lust...etc made into a form some monster chasing you.

I gotta give the author some credit....the MC girl using masturbation, sex and exhibitionism to combat her anxiety, fears and past scars was pretty sweet. It's not too far from real life and what people do insane things to avoid something truly dreadful be it life or a past memory.
Last edited 1 year ago by Cassie_Hack.
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Artwork was great. I have to disagree with people who say that "this was a dream" was a cop out. After all, miki had to journey through a world in order to understand what was going on. I knew it was her brother the entire time. Some things that were left unanswered: why did people keep disappearing and reappearing? Why was her brother able to control the world? Why were there shadows of fish and people? Why couldn't miki see the monsters and what was their purpose? Why didn't eri or miki freak out when they were travelling alone and ruins of buildings after crossing a wall? While the author wasn't able to answer a lot of these questions, I liked the journey to the afterlife concept.
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It was ok.
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I wouldn't mind the plot twist if they at least did some foreshadowing or maybe drop some clues into her real world.

But this shit was just straight up, "it was all a dream" and nothing that happened mattered.
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A long time ago when this was like 5 chapters long, I made the assumption that she wasn't some crazy bimbo who had sex all the time but in a coma learning right and wrong, maybe I was partially right.
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That was such a huge plot twist. Like I KNOW that this "plot twist" is over used and predictable but its SO over used that i never even possibly imagined it would ACTUALLY be used. Fucking wild and kinda sad at the same time. I wish there was more of an original way to wrap up the story
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Man I feel bad that the one college girl died D:
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Man, while I'm glad it's up and done, ending was just about as much of a letdown as I sadly suspected. We get all this characterization to invest in and then some development where Miku gradually becomes less self-centered, only to then be told none of that was the real her. It's hard to relate to the real Miku, as she is not only a separate personality from the other Miku, but we're to still consider her important despite what limited time we had to know the real Miku. Even worse, we're told the false persona was all inspired by an online game?! Come on. >:(

Ending doesn't feel right, and I don't really mind so much about having already figured out that this was purgatory, but there are several unexplained details still gaping out. For one, the sudden disappearances and reappearances that only Miku notices; if her friends were responsible for such, then why? Why bother to switch out Porky for Mutsuki? Why bother to leave Miku alone with Eri for three days? What were those monsters that only everyone but Miku could see? What exactly motivated her friends to have her cross over into the afterlife? Their motives were left ambiguous, and wanting, especially when they're the characters you see the most out of. I honestly suspect the author rushed this ending due to real life interference, as there are still loose threads dangling out awkwardly. The ending was most certainly not an ideal one, and I even wonder if the ending was initially even going to be about her friends being the "bad guys." Some might've thought this series was a crash and burn to happen, but I saw something interesting and lewd as hell get wasted away. It's just not every manga you get a rather unlikeable character who is not only shameless and self-centered, but also manages to stay interesting enough. Hell, how often are you going to see someone who is not only afraid of the dark but has sex to fall asleep through it?
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definitely looks axed, but seems like author closed almost all plotholes


and that last part... definitely she is a sex crazed girl, just that she repress her in rl. or else why would the first chapter show her going in underwear to the streets...
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I still think it could be adapted into a great Netflix (or whichever network) miniseries
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I still think it was due to cancellation - the fact he got given the time to get even 4 episodes to wrap up anything was generous of the publishers.

Also note that the author hasnt exactly had much sucess after this series - after a short series called my sister+ ended his most recent series [a 2017 supernatural demon fighting series called "Saya"] didnt even make it past one volume!

Is it a sign that maybe hes a better artist that a writer? or is he just a one trick pony when it comes to writing ["who cares about plot so long as i put tits and ass in it"]?
Last edited 2 years ago by MangaDex.
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In my opinion it ended about as well as it could have done. It's also clear the author was going for that all along. The visual of the overturned ship in the desert was pretty great.
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Honestly I'm disappointed.

Not because the ending was bad.
It was okay
But the anticipated plot twist was rather bland.
Alot people guessed she is in coma

Perhaps it was my expectation that deceive me
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To all of us that only stayed because it left too many unanswered questions to leave it comfortably ???
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