Even in 1992, Ito was finding stories where other people might not think to look – in the fear that you are always exposed and there is nowhere to hide.
I think this might be the most hotly anticipated release on this site since HELLSTAR REMINA. This is Junji Ito at his absolute best and worst, with an amazing, atmospheric idea told well … that frustratingly leaves us starving for more. Even at seventy pages, it wasn’t enough. More than any of his short stories so far, this one deserved to be an entire volume.
Tell us what you thought. My review in the first comment.