Oshi No Ko manga illustrator Mengo Yokoyari took to her Twitter account on May 18,2023, to recommend 2019 series Chernobyl, which she’s been putting off from watching for years.
According to her, it is a must watch series with compelling content that left her feeling devastated.
She also revealed that she found it difficult to get through a certain part in episode 4, which in her opinion, was something animal lovers would have a hard time watching.
Checkout her full comment below:
“I finally mustered up the courage to watch HBO’s “Chernobyl” (drama), which I had been meaning to watch for years. However, I couldn’t bring myself to watch a certain part of the second half of Episode 4. It’s something that animal lovers just can’t force themselves to watch. Overall, it’s a must-see series with compelling content. That being said, it left me feeling quite devastated.“
Mengo Yokoyari is a Japanese manga artist. She debuted as an adult manga artist in 2009. Her most famous work is the series Scum’s Wish, which was adapted in a one-season TV anime series by the studio Lerche.
She is currently working on Oshi No Ko manga.
Chernobyl is a 2019 historical drama television miniseries that revolves around the Chernobyl disaster of 1986 and the cleanup efforts that followed. The series was created and written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck.
It featured an ensemble cast led by Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, Emily Watson, and Paul Ritter. The series was produced by HBO in the United States and Sky UK in the United Kingdom.
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