Summertime Render is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yasushi Tanaka. It was published in Shueisha’s digital magazine “Shonen Jump+” from October 2017 to February 2021. An adaptation of the animated television series by OLM, which premiered in April 2022.
After the death of her parents, Shinpei Ajiro was raised by Kofune’s sisters, Ushio and Mio. An adult Shinpei lives in Tokyo until she receives shocking news that Ushio has drowned. When he returns to the remote island town, he notices a mark on Ushio’s neck and becomes suspicious.
It means she has her strangled. Now haunted by her ghost and aided by Mio, Shinpei tries to find answers to what happened to Ushio, and possibly save the inhabitants from a strange dark mystery. The protagonist of the series, Shinpei Ajiro, is a supernatural being with supernatural powers that makes you feel like you are part of a world that is different from what you see.
Living with two brothers, Mio and Ushio, he was not isolated. He grew up with them and decided to move to Tokyo freely in his teens. When he first learned of Ushio’s death, he was enjoying his life unscathed. He went to his new home to attend the funeral of Ushio, who supposedly drowned. He is unsure of her cause of death and the reason for her death, as he knows that the scars on her neck indicate that she was strangled.
A few weeks later, he realizes that Ushio is attracted to him only to help Mio fantasize. The city in which he grew up is inhabited by various dangerous creatures that threaten his life and the lives of those around him. At his house, it’s clear that Ushio’s death wasn’t just a drowning.
Episode 14: Recap
Haine started Episode 14 by singing a song to Hizuru and explaining what makes him different from the others. He says she was the only one who managed to stay while others fled every time they saw her, expressing her gratitude for being her best partner in any situation. Everyone believes the original clinic they were in is haunted. Hizuru reports to Heine. Heine tells Haine that this is the reason Shide-sama forbade her from contacting her like this.
She asks for the identity of Heine’s hornbeam. She says she can fill in the facts, even though Side-sama has to keep it in the shadows: she’s an aggressive man with four arms. Over time, Shinpei faces the child’s identity as Heine.
Simpei claims this even if he is unaware, but she can find it in her memory after the ending. The cut causes Hizuru’s fingers to be scratched. Heine licks and takes care of the area. As time goes by, it becomes clear that Hizuru is worried about Haine as her complexion turns pale and she cries when she says many people died of malnutrition. comforted. She encourages her to hold onto his shadow as well.
daylight saving time. In the spring, the old man warns Hizuru not to go through the fields as they are full of snakes and other reptiles. When Hizuru’s younger brother climbs a mountain looking for Heine, he runs into him. He tried to explain to them that he was wrong, but he couldn’t. After a while, Hizuru hears him scream but hears nothing. The girl finds Heine in the same place as she bloodied son.
Seeing Ryunosuke and his brother covered in blood, she is horrified. She has lost all her memories and cannot understand what she did to do this to Haein. Haine holds back tears as a beam of intense light causes her eyes to pop out of their sockets.
She screams in pain and she disappears to the ground. Hizuru is dangerous if a black shadow appears. She is protected from the attack of the man who hit her earlier. At the end of the day, Hizuru saves both the man and himself. It was discovered that Ryunosuke was in Hizuru’s house.
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