It isn't a fantasy if he's not sure he wants it. Tsuzuki thinks about Muraki and Hisoka.
(#) sunfalling 2005-06-11 08:58:12 AMI usually avoid the Tsuzuki+Muraki pairing with all my strength, but this piece looks at it so subtly and carefully. I have wondered from time to time, while watching the show and reading the manga why Tsuzuki doesn't make much of an effort to get away from Muraki at times. This piece really takes a different look at the realationship, and I think it's very revealing yet veiled at the same time. Great job.
- Lovely story, and speaks very well to that almost-natural want to romanticize Muraki that's easy to do.
I think everyone who has the capacity to like Muraki at all has a Tsuzuki moment now and again. The "Oh, but only if this had happened" or "I wonder if...". And of course, the important part that everyone is forgetting is that Muraki is a creepy, sadistic madman, who enjoys hurting people. >->