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浦沢直樹モンスター7をプレゼンツ (Naoki Urasawa's Monster #7)

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Johan is a cold and calculating killer with a mysterious past, and brilliant Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Conspiracy and serial murder open the door to a compelling, intricately woven plot in this masterpiece manga thriller.

When Johan works his way into the inner circle of powerful financier Hans Schuwald, things get dicey for Richard Brown, a private
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Paperback, 209 pages
Published December 1997 by 小学館
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Choco

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AHHH WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE SO DEPRESSING

Jimmy
This is the continuation of a series of Manga. Once you start reading the first volume, you can’t put it down! With each volume the plot gets thicker and the suspense increases. I loved how the story takes place over different part of Europe; there is a feel that this is “Jason Borne” in Manga form! I thought it was also neat to see how this was originally in Japanese but the author and the artist gave great attention to detail concerning Europe, it’s “look,” the specific city and location and t ...more
Kari Ramirez
After sitting on my shelf and renewing them twice from the library I finally started reading these (after stopping at volume two and not reading much of anything) again. I ended up tearing through them in a couple of days because I needed to know what happened!

The story flows so nicely. You're caught in this twilight time. It's not a tv show, it's not a novel, it's both. The suspense is definitely edge-of-your-seat and with each cliffhanger ending you automatically start reaching for the next vo
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Trevor
This volume was quite sad...
What a fantastic series this is. I dare anyone to remain emotionally distant from the goings on in Monster.
Blair Conrad
Started off a little slow. There was some building up of a minor (but important) character’s character, and some of what I felt was rehashing of events from the previous works. After that, though, woo-hah. Things picked up, more connections were made between existing characters and events, and the suspense-o-meter went through the roof – I think my heart was racing by the time I was done the book.

One other quibble – I’m not sure the translation’s all it could be; in one or two places, I think ph
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Osahi
Nieuwste deel in mijn op één na favoriete mangareeks is weer een knaller. Zoals gewoonlijk gebeurt er niet zo gek veel op die 200 pagina's, maar de intrige blijft voor een boel spanning zorgen en een paar twists en turns doen je snel snel naar de volgende pagina's verlangen. Het hele boekje lang blijven we uit de buurt van hoofdpersonage Tenma, tot hij op het eind weer opduikt en zo de verschillende subplots die in de vorige delen werden aangegaan samengeknoopt worden.

Prachtig getekend, boeiend
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Rul T.
I will give my complete opinion of the serie
Mikael Kuoppala
"Monster" again shifts focus, concentrating on a retired detective we met at the end of "The Secret Woods." This is a tale of a man destroyed by alcohol, trying to regain his life. At the same time he is fascinated by the serial murders this series is built on.

The story is wonderful as always, working as an independent character study while advancing the big plot. And yes, we finally get to really meet Johan, the monster himself...
Joevarian
When you find yourself interested in psychoanalysis, this manga is for you. The best of psychological thriller manga for me. This mangaka really knows how to build up our curiosity which makes this manga quite amazing.
Caroline
I somehow sat down and read four of these this morning (now afternoon) so I guess it's got some hooks in me. I like the way characters flow in and out of the story in unpredictable ways.
Suzydumeur
Un rythme toujours très soutenu avec un scénario qui s'enrichit de page en page ; que de rebondissements ! Justement ça me fait un peu peur de ne pas arriver à tout suivre !
andrew
new character? DEAD. new character? DEAD.

still the same revolving cast except for one addition who I can almost guarantee will die next time.

and yet I keep reading.
Brian
I'm in awe of Urasawa's ability to create and maintain tension. A particularly great volume of a stellar series.
Jan
It was great! Matt insisted i read this graphic novel series. A real page turner--read right through it.
T.M. Carper
Tenma and Johan keep dancing around each other, just missing each other. Suspenseful.
Brenda
This one stands out in the series so far as one of my favorites!
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Urasawa Naoki ( 浦沢 直樹) is a Japanese mangaka. He is perhaps best known for Monster (which drew praise from Junot Díaz, the 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner) and 20th Century Boys.

Urasawa's work often concentrates on intricate plotting, interweaving narratives, a deep focus on character development and psychological complexity. Urasawa has won the Shogakukan Manga Award, the Japan Media Arts Festival ex
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