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Rabbit Doubt


Alt Names: alt ダブトalt 疑惧Doubtalt Doubt (TONOGAI Yoshiki)alt Doubt(ダウト)
Author: Tonogai Yoshiki
Artist: Tonogai Yoshiki
Genres: Action ActionDrama DramaHorror HorrorMystery MysteryPsychological PsychologicalShounen ShounenTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: There's a game going around Japan called 'Rabbit Doubt'. The premise of the game is that all of the players are rabbits in a colony, and one amongst them is randomly chosen to be a wolf that infiltrated the group of rabbits. Every round, the wolf kills off a rabbit, and every round, the group tries to figure out which of the rabbits is actually a wolf in disguise. Sometimes the kids who play this game decide to meet up in person, and Yuu, Mitsuki, Rei, Hajime, Eiji, and Haruka have done just that. Unfortunately, one of them has decided to take on the mantle of the wolf and has already killed once. Who is the wolf, and can they be stopped before everyone meets a very unpleasant end?

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( http://www.batoto.net/comic/_/comics/judge-tonogai-yoshiki-r92 )
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19 Comments

This was decent. Pretty good, actually. However, it all falls apart when the main character finds an axe on the floor of a room and basically ignores it. Not long after that, the killer attacks them the ax.

What kind of idiot would arm themselves with knives and iron bars but would just leave an axe on the floor?

The action scenes are also terrible. I can never understand what is trying to be conveyed by the panels. Momentum doesn't seem to exist. Also, one little tap from anything seems to be enough to render anyone staggered. Even when the main character has a knife in his hand and an axe in the other, can't do anything but take one hit and fumble around.

The story had a great hook. So much potential. Yet the ending left a lot of plotholes, and the character backgrounds felt anti-climatic.

 

Overall I would give it a 6/10... nice art, pacing was okay, and it definitely builds up the tension... but that ending.... 

To be honest the ending was really weak, heck at the half way point it got weak. Oh well.
 
On another note I love it when my suspicions are right from the start.
 

So.. In the end the villain is victorious.

But, there are still things unclear to me. How did Rei fake her death? Hajime made up a story about him murdering a girl in an accident but he didn't notice that Yuu and Mitsuki hadn't committed any crimes? Or am I getting something wrong?

Thanks for spoiling F*cker

So.. In the end the villain is victorious.

But, there are still things unclear to me. How did Rei fake her death? Hajime made up a story about him murdering a girl in an accident but he didn't notice that Yuu and Mitsuki hadn't committed any crimes? Or am I getting something wrong?

Wait, what?

 

The end was extremely weak. After such an intense atmosphere, it's just irritating that it just shatters like a magnificent doll of ash that blows away with a bit of breeze. It fulfills the part of horror very well, but any person who gives even a damn about psychology would be able to guess that no psychological reason can initiate a person to do such acts at such a huge scale.

Nope. Nope. Nope.

 

And I expected something like liar game from this. Terrible disappointment.

throwing-book.gif

 

The plot caught you and held on till the end... until you see it's 100% nonsensical. Seriously, there is no motive whatsoever for the murders at all (and no, not all psychopaths have "dumb" reasons like a superiority complex for their actions. What would make a compelling story is a compelling motive. Which the aforementioned is not, and this title does not have.). What this series leads you on is a chase only for thrills. No character development, even a little bit, given that there were many instances possible for it, twists that came out of nowhere that doesn't flow at all with the story and an ending that basically leaves you with the above reaction. The problem, I think, is that we start with zero background information except what we know of the game itself, and then the author tries to cram relevant stuff in annoying places leading to a stumbling, ultimately crappy ending. If the whole 'game' thing was detached from the characters' pasts and actions, it would've made more sense :/ 4/10, would not recommend (unless you only want some gore and a chase only).

This.

 

What makes it worse is after having pretty much the entire series be a buildup to reveal the mystery of the killer and the game, it just turns out to be a bullshit copout that literally feels like it was pulled out of the author's ass.

throwing-book.gif

 

The plot caught you and held on till the end... until you see it's 100% nonsensical. Seriously, there is no motive whatsoever for the murders at all (and no, not all psychopaths have "dumb" reasons like a superiority complex for their actions. What would make a compelling story is a compelling motive. Which the aforementioned is not, and this title does not have.). What this series leads you on is a chase only for thrills. No character development, even a little bit, given that there were many instances possible for it, twists that came out of nowhere that doesn't flow at all with the story and an ending that basically leaves you with the above reaction. The problem, I think, is that we start with zero background information except what we know of the game itself, and then the author tries to cram relevant stuff in annoying places leading to a stumbling, ultimately crappy ending. If the whole 'game' thing was detached from the characters' pasts and actions, it would've made more sense :/ 4/10, would not recommend (unless you only want some gore and a chase only).


 

I have to admit, I still don't understand the rationale behind the killings.  It just didn't make sense as to why the killer did this to them.

 

She's mentally unstable psychopath,they have some pretty dumb reason to kills someone , serial killers psychopath mostly have a superior complex , thinking other people are just like ants , that's why they killed without any guilt ...

I'm pretty sure we all used to killed ants , bee , mosquitoes for just biting us 

I have to admit, I still don't understand the rationale behind the killings.  It just didn't make sense as to why the killer did this to them.

Hmmmmm.... Theres gonna be more?
if i were in their position i would do something different each time
so it would get too boring
Hmmmmm.... Theres gonna be more?
if i were in their position i would do something different each time
so it would get too boring
Licensed
Loved this series when I first read it in Gangan♥ then I absolutely had to buy the volumes of it♥ If you're thinking about reading this, I'd recommend it~ :3 It's short, yet insanely awesome!
loved the beginning but was disappointed by the ending (probably because that what the first kind of ending i thought of).
but i would recommend it to others
The series has a spin-off called Judge
Loved it but I hate when they don't really show the end :P.
I remember reading this a year ago, loved it. Suspenseful and really creepy, would recommend to any horror fans. It's already finished too, so no need for long commitments or waits.
happy ending <3

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