The Ichinose Family's Deadly Sins, which is a manga 5 series that was first released on Shueisha's Manga PLUS service in November, was a hit with me. For some reason, I only saw the first chapter and forgot about it until recently.
The Ichinose Family's Deadly Sins - Plot
Tsubasa awakens in the hospital, surrounded by people who claim to be his family. According to a news report, the mother/wife, Minako, was driving when they were all asked not to be concerned, and as all of them are physically healthy, they are soon allowed to go home.
Tsubasa goes to school, discovers a lot more about his sister, Shiori, and makes new connections. Then everything changes when Kakeru gets invited to an event to bring the whole family. According to Kakeru, between them all and their home, there were enough clues, but they failed "again."
Tsubasa wakes up in the hospital once more. His father makes the introductions, but there's one small thing: Kakeru Ichinose is now someone else, and Tsubasa is very, very confused.
Why Should You See The Ichinose Family's Deadly Sins?
Every new chapter of The Ichinose Family's Deadly Sins every week has a certain charm: the mystery, the characters, and the bizarre events that seem to keep happening around Tsubasa. Each tiny detail has some breadcrumb that points toward the larger picture, but they are so easy to overlook. If you take the time to pay attention to them, the outcome is incredible; each new detail adds additional layers to the already interesting scenario.
The first ten chapters focused mainly on Tsubasa and Shiori, but I'm eager to see what's going on with other family members. Who are they, what are they doing in their bedrooms? Even if the old Kakeru is still alive and well, Tsubasa does know him.
What Is the Authorship of the Story?
The Ichinose family's mystery is palpable, and it's still early to know what is going on in the Ichinose family. The author's story is best known for Takopi's Original Sin series, where the narrative explored (messed-up) human relationships through the eyes of an alien who knows nothing about human concepts. We already knew the father's history of his family, and they "failed again."
The Ichinose Family's "Deadly Sins" — meaning that each family member represents one family sin – are complex to deduce. Tsubasa's behavior might be wrath, and Shiori might be lust, but at this point, we do not have enough information. The old Kakeru is still alive and well.
The Ichinose Family's Deadly Sins are definitely worth a look. The reader community is growing by the day; everyone seems to be very dedicated to following the Ichinoses as they attempt to unravel the mystery of what happened to them; Taizan 5 appears to be succeeding in this endeavor.
The manga is available on the English version of Shonen Jump as well as on the Manga PLUS platform, with a simulpub. In Japan, it will be serialized in the Weekly Shonen Jump. Taizan5/SHUEISHA Inc.