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Jigoku


Alt Names: alt 地獄alt Hell
Author: Nishioka Kyoudai
Artist: Nishioka Kyoudai
Genres: Psychological Psychological
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
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7 Comments

Batoto might've been screwing up again. The chapters appear to be there for me. If not, just get it from here.

 

https://www.mediafire.com/folder/fdl5qmji25q7d/

 

Yep, downloaded yesterday from Habanero. The chapters are up again, though. Thanks for the translations. :D

Huh. Chapters 2-11 disappeared. Guess they're coming back up eventually?

 

I like the heavily textured bits. Reminds me strongly of Naoto Yamakawa's style (e.g., "Coffee Mou Ippai"). The narration is too minimalistic in places, but in others it works extremely well. The chapter with the angel was phenomenal.

 

Batoto might've been screwing up again. The chapters appear to be there for me. If not, just get it from here.

 

https://www.mediafire.com/folder/fdl5qmji25q7d/

Wow, that is pretty hardcore social criticism. Good thing to stumble upon these things,though, they're worthy of praise for caricaturing our society without turning it into some epos or detective/crime-related story.

 

The artwork is nice(though a little creepy sometimes), I wish the modern artists would draw such stories rather than just nailing and painting things&forms together and seemingly at random, just to give their artwork queer names...

Huh. Chapters 2-11 disappeared. Guess they're coming back up eventually?

 

I like the heavily textured bits. Reminds me strongly of Naoto Yamakawa's style (e.g., "Coffee Mou Ippai"). The narration is too minimalistic in places, but in others it works extremely well. The chapter with the angel was phenomenal.

That first one feels a lot like a criticism of Buddhism if the "killing" is to be considered as symbolism for removing their influence from your life, as he seems to want to completely isolate himself from anything and anyone. I've no idea about the "that" place that he refers to though, other than Hell with it being the title.

I'm probably looking a tad much into this. The work looks creepy though, I dig it.

what a kneeslapper. 

Odd.       o.o   Very....Odd.  Not my cup of tea.  But I am sure some people will enjoy it.  


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