Giant Spider and Me A Post-Apocalyptic Tale Manga Volume 1

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About Giant Spider and Me A Post-Apocalyptic Tale Manga Volume 1

Giant Spider and Me: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale volume 1 features story and art by Kikori Morino.

A Web of Friendship

A young girl named Nagi and a giant spider make an unusual pair in this post-apocalyptic story, but living in the mountains is lonely, and they’ve managed to find each other. Join them in their strangely sweet domestic bliss as they spend their days sharing tea and throwing picnics, proving that love (and delicious food) can bring together even the most unlikely of friends.


  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 2/20/2018
  • Page Count: 180
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Really Adorable; Don't judge "Asa" on fear alone; A Slice-of-post-apocalyptic-life (with YKK feel)

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Let's TakeItEasy in a strange yet mostly familiar SliceOfLifePostApocalypse! Think YKK/芦奈野ひとし+pinch of Amanchu?

Off-put by a (oh so lovable/helpful) GiantSpiderPet discovering life via food/cast/sharing-bits-of-adversity? it'll carry warm hopeful messages w/ Nagi's fun-welcoming, independent yet earnestly innocent, relaxed disposition

Watch cast learn to love/handle Asa; as Asa learns to live as a gentle companion. Asa- mute, yet very socially responsive, bluntly sparks good comedy/chemistry/rivals alike

Cover art cast more decently detailed within
・1st chaps. been on Publisher's Official comic.pixiv Alterna/MAGxiv; free untranslated sample

・Cliffhanger|Vol.2 expands cast+setting|Have both handy!|3 total; a safe romp
・Incorporates HowToCook a Dish lessons; odd, but may grow on you w/ relevance by vol2
・As does cast, author bonds w/ readers world-round via joy of cooking/sharing
・Seinen:Good "They" pronoun use

Loved it (but didn't nitpick); Drew any interest? don't hesitate!