The “unusual” sense of humor of the mangaka Inio Asano, zealously restrained in his previous works, suddenly splashes to the fullest in his new manga “Good night, Punpun,” which looks like a normal school story about ordinary schoolchildren. But only in appearance. From the first pages, a caricature of the protagonist - a small bird - catches your eye. And this is only the beginning, then characters even more stunning with their absurdity come on the scene. But the author somehow manages to balance on the border between surrealism and realism and not turn manga into complete absurdity.