by Ariadna Zierold
Manga artist Shintaro Kago’s style has been called “fashionable paranoia”. He subverts the form in his provocative, occasionally grotesque narratives. Many of his manga have strongly satirical overtones, and deal with grotesque subjects such as extreme sex, scatology and body modification. In this tale, in particular, the typical panels become three-dimension vessels, from which his characters break out and manipulate.