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The Violence Action


Alt Names: alt バイオレンスアクション
Author: Sawada Shin
Artist: Asai Renji
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyDrama DramaSeinen SeinenTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Kikuno Kei, nickname "Kay", is a normal university student, and a part time hitwoman.
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Vol.2 Ch.7 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 2 weeks ago
Vol.2 Ch.6.3 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 2 weeks ago
Vol.2 Ch.6.2 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 3 weeks ago
Vol.2 Ch.6.1 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 3 weeks ago
Vol.1 Ch.5 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 3 weeks ago
Vol.1 Ch.4 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 3 weeks ago
Vol.1 Ch.3 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 3 weeks ago
Vol.1 Ch.2 Read Online
Croxx-Over Stan Miller 4 weeks ago
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63 Comments

This mangaka is a fan of Quentin Tarantino, im sure.

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The Simpsons
I can no longer unsee it

Our little psychopathic killer can't be THIS cute

"does this looks like the face of mercy?...Did I leave the stove on?"

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the face of a stone cold, professional killer. possibly the last thing her victims ever saw on this beautiful earth.

Our little psychopathic killer can't be THIS cute

Our little seamstress now?  She needs to go see the MC from Kirei ni Shitemoraemasuka for those blood stains.

 

Ha ha, yeah. My first thought after that part was, "Kinme could have gotten those stains out."

Holy shit I did something similar before lmao

made it obvious the author is a man all girls learn how to get blood stains out, there's no way kay didn't know how

daaaw, my cold, heartless assassin can't be this cute!

Every time they show us her victims, they are conveniently either bad or gray where they are in a life of crime and should have known it was dangerous.

 

But it doesn't seem like they pick their customers, so a target could be some kids in protective custody who saw too much, or a police officer who won't be corrupted and stands in the way of organized crime, or a famous reporter getting too close to a truth etc. And of course if she is going to do something that evil with the logic of "it's just a job", that would be very troubling and not something I'd want to read.

 

Maybe they are somewhat selective in the jobs somehow. Or maybe the truly evil jobs will always just be background that we never see. I'd need it shown as the former if I am going to read this much longer.

It could simply be that it is already well known what is the range of  job types they will take on by the type of people who would call them. Then noone is generally stupid enough to call a agency of hired killers and has what I think said is the best there is with a job that goes against those guide lines.

For some reason, I am imagining one of Kay's victims pleading for his life and she answers him in a high, squeaky voice, quoting Henry Cabot Henhouse III, (AKA Super Chicken), by saying,

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Every time they show us her victims, they are conveniently either bad or gray where they are in a life of crime and should have known it was dangerous.

 

But it doesn't seem like they pick their customers, so a target could be some kids in protective custody who saw too much, or a police officer who won't be corrupted and stands in the way of organized crime, or a famous reporter getting too close to a truth etc. And of course if she is going to do something that evil with the logic of "it's just a job", that would be very troubling and not something I'd want to read.

 

Maybe they are somewhat selective in the jobs somehow. Or maybe the truly evil jobs will always just be background that we never see. I'd need it shown as the former if I am going to read this much longer.

Love how the facial expressions manage to show exactly what she's worrying about in retrospect.

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the face of a stone cold, professional killer. possibly the last thing her victims ever saw on this beautiful earth.

Our little seamstress now?  She needs to go see the MC from Kirei ni Shitemoraemasuka for those blood stains.

Great. Now whenever I see a kitty print top I'll always wonder.

Her bust gets bigger with each chapter

The heroines are too generic, I don't really like these sort of comics where the main characters can just do anything they want.

I mean if your college student whose a part-timer Killer for Hire is a generic thing then sure. I'm here for the mundane aspects really. 

The heroines are too generic, I don't really like these sort of comics where the main characters can just do anything they want.

I thought the author's name sound familiar, somehow. And then I remember Gokusen. I'm now imagining that Sawada Shin writing a manga about an assassin girl kicking Yakuza ass left and right.

I dunno man, the moment I saw him punch with a tucked in thumb I just had to laugh

All that tough gone in a single frame

Well, when you're in a Japanese work of fiction...

Depending on how much the faces vary, it can be anything from an identifying feature to the only way to tell who you are. Changing your hair color, then, isn't just switching up your appearance, it's starting over as a person.

 

When you steal an annie-may grill's hair color, you steal her soul.

Doesn't explain why I found it so funny though.

Gonna feel real good when this guy dies

This is so crazy that I just had to click that follow button.

As a one wise man once said: "You can't spell PSYCHOTIC without HOT"

Well, when you're in a Japanese work of fiction...

Depending on how much the faces vary, it can be anything from an identifying feature to the only way to tell who you are. Changing your hair color, then, isn't just switching up your appearance, it's starting over as a person.

 

When you steal an annie-may grill's hair color, you steal her soul.

I took it as he did such hugely messed up things to her that her hair turned white or grey from the trauma. You actually see it happen in the anime

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and is a real medical condition that can happen.

I don't know why, but I found "And the colour of my hair" hilarious.

Well, when you're in a Japanese work of fiction...

Depending on how much the faces vary, it can be anything from an identifying feature to the only way to tell who you are. Changing your hair color, then, isn't just switching up your appearance, it's starting over as a person.

 

When you steal an annie-may grill's hair color, you steal her soul.


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