If there’s one thing I love most about Japanese media, it’s doujin culture. Anime, manga, and visual novels aren’t just products to be consumed. Thanks to doujin culture, each work becomes a conversation between creator and fans, endlessly remixed by an astonishing depth of talent.
That’s why I’m always glad to see doujin culture spreading outside Japan. Today, I’m reviewing one such instance: the English-language Umineko doujinshi “Fragments,” from the Spanish doujin circle Cyclic Redundancy.
(The rest of the review contains spoilers for Umineko Episode 7)