Comic Review: Hatsune Miku Future Delivery Vol.2 (Dark Horse)

Dark Horse Comics brings you an actual science-fiction manga of the famous Vocaloid’s Idol Hatsune Miku: Future Delivery on its second volume of the graphic novel. Now, I have read […]

Dark Horse Comics brings you an actual science-fiction manga of the famous Vocaloid’s Idol Hatsune Miku: Future Delivery on its second volume of the graphic novel.

Now, I have read a lot of good and bad manga, but reading the Hatsune Miku mangas takes their toll because every story takes places in some different forms of the story just happened to appear from the music that she creates, but this time, the creators just literary creates a world where anything is possible to know about the legend of the famous Vocaloid. Also, this graphic novel is actually based on the original Vocaloid music by the lyricist Satoshi Oshio and illustrated by Hugin Miyama.

First of all, there’s a girl named Asumi who traveled all the way from the depths of space but became a maid for no reason whatsoever. However, some of the other characters almost look alike some of the Vocaloid characters that you’d known. However she is just making her master straighten him up for himself so he can find his missing sibling, but for my thought, this is very nice to about each other. It’s more like to see their relationship as master and the maid, more like seeing Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth getting to know and along each other. Speaking of that, this graphic novel is almost like watching Gotham, but in a different kind of form. Well, anyway, the master had some old memories of him and the other maid that he liked until she died, he thanked her for return after everything she had done for him. I wonder how the story concludes after that or will Asami kept going on her adventures in space? I don’t know… I don’t know…

What I know so far is that I might rather read their manga than listening to her music, because somehow this manga is getting more interesting by the day. This isn’t your typical Star Wars story, but for a science-fiction graphic novel like that would make the readers more interesting to read this in some time. From the adventures of a young lady who portrays herself as a delivery girl, and somehow she is willing to find her happiness in a way when she learns her own, just until she returns to her own past. The art is amazing, the characters are very promising and the story got every reader stunned in a way because this is actually the most epic manga that ever read. If you might rather read a different science-fiction comic then this one is for you.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, currently residing in another country. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.