Hinoki Kino is the original illustrator of Atsuko Asano’s No. 6 novel series and the mangaka of the manga adaptation of the story about Shion and Nezumi. Now, a bit off the shore, but still in the same boat, Kino-sensei draws about several boys and their dreams.
The following description is the official one released by the magazine, but rewritten and translated: Setsuna Graffiti will focus on a group of boys who connect thanks to the shared dream of being fireworks technicians. One day, in a rural town outside of the big city, a young man who is afraid of the flames of fire, meets with a mysterious and quite strange boy.
The manga has just began in Kodansha’s AIRIA.
Source: ARIA Magazine
Do you think fireworks are as interesting as the Utopia from No. 6?