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Octopus Girl Volume 2

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  36 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Now that she has control over her transformations, Takako is happy to be known as the "Octopus Girl"! Being able to change herself into a teenage head with octopus tentacles allows her to discover horrors in the ocean as well as in Japan. Octopus Girl and Sakae (a wicked girl with the body of a moray eel) face satanic cults, pregnancy, death-trap elevators, violent family ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 4th 2006 by Dark Horse Manga (first published 2006)
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Leila Anani
Jun 10, 2016 Leila Anani rated it it was ok
Recommended to Leila by: Max Bowman
Really enjoyed Octopus girl volume 1, but this one deviates quite heavily from the previous volume. There's not nearly enough Octopus girl action - although she is in it, the main character here is her best friend, snot-nosed, hairy mole faced Sakae - Eel girl. we get 10 short stories featuring the two girls, as they leave the sea and try and fit in in the real world = all with a dark, sting-in-the-tail twist at the end. Stories are a real mixed bag mixing gross out humour with horror, tragedy a ...more
Jennifer
Sep 03, 2012 Jennifer rated it really liked it
When I read Octopus Girl Volume 1 I loved it. I thought it was funny, gore-y, and a great "horror" comic. So I naturally had to pick up the second volume. Although it still had a lot of the same humor, and feel as the first, I was disappointed how far it ventured past the whole "octopus" plot lines.

It seemed that the girls were never in the ocean, and were almost always in girl form. And the last comic had nothing to do with the main character's period. Sure it was kind-of a nice nod to older ho
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