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The Same Old Commute – Holy Night Hentai Manga Review

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It’s got a different feeling to it as it sands off the edges of some of his rougher design work

A new stop on the route.

Creative Staff
Story/Art: Dagashi

What They Say:
The stricter the boss, the quicker she gets wet…

Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers):
Originally serialized in Comic Eros #82 from the February 2020 installment, The Same Old Commute – Holy Night is a two-page story from creator Dagashi, who has over a dozen other works on the service. The first chapter of this was my first time seeing Dagashi’s work and I was won over heavily by it which got me to read the second chapter fast once it came onto the service. So when I saw that a new chapter of it was in my notifications list, I was ready to bang that out and enjoy more of their artwork and story. To my surprise and amusement, what we get is a two-page full-color story that was done as a quickie special. Which is fine because a little more time with these characters even just for something silly like this is a plus.

With this installment, the pair have managed to get out of the car and actually had something of a date. We’re introduced to Mizoguchi as they enter the love hotel room and she’s pulling apart her jacket that reveals only some mildly kinky lingerie being worn, which he had her keep on the whole night. It’s pushed her desire up a lot and that leaves the two pages to just show them really going at it with some intensity. It’s not as strong as the usual installments that we’ve gotten as there’s two lines of dialogue and that’s it. It’s more a montage sequence but it’s done in full-color, which I definitely like. Sakuma even surprises a bit as he comes across a bit darker than the black and white version does, which is interesting. Mizoguchi is definitely still very much into her subordinate here and the montage sequence pays off in spades..

In Summary
Yeah, yeah, it’s a two-page montage sequence but I really like Dagashi’s artwork in general and I really like seeing it in color here for the first time. It’s got a different feeling to it as it sands off the edges of some of his rougher design work and style while still keeping the same intensity. It’s definitely interesting to contrast and compare the two like that with what the color brings to it. It’s cute and silly and while it’s so light on content it’s also just a delight. It made me glad that the story is continuing, even if it’s just to check-in and see that the two of them are still going at it.

Content Grade: B+
Art Grade: A-
Text/Translation Grade: B+

Age Rating: 18+
Released By: FAKKU
Release Date: January 2020
MSRP: FAKKU Subscription


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