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Old Boy, Vol. 4 (Old Boy #4)

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Goto's search to unearth the identity of his mysterious tormentor has led to one dead end after another, until he receives a tip that an old high school classmate may have orchestrated the kidnapping that began Goto's ten years of isolation and imprisonment. But many years have passed since Goto's seen his schoolmate, and he looks much different than Goto remembers. Has Go

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Paperback, 216 pages
Published February 20th 2007 by Dark Horse Manga (first published April 1998)
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Edward Lebowski
Sempre più figo e intramato. Quando pensi di essere vicino alla soluzione dell'enigma ecco che le carte si rimescolano un altra volta, come da programma.
Molto meglio del film.
Shelly - The Illustrated Librarian -
Feb 06, 2009 Shelly - The Illustrated Librarian - rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of violent manga
Shelves: japanese, manga
Goto's search for answers continues. In this volume, he works from the "search your past" hint, trying to remember anyone from school who might have hated him enough to lock him away for ten years.

He connects with "the girl" again, she appears throughout the volumes.

Goto actually meets his tormentor in this volume. The polite meeting doesn't shed much light on his situation though, as the man is unrecognizable to Goto. He points out that if Goto kills him, he'll never know the reason he was lo...more
Elizabeth
Stupidest thing that has happened in the story so far occurs in this book. I know he really wants to figure out why he was imprisoned but really his life would be a lot better if he just moved on and let the past go (but then there would be no story, so I should stop complaining).
Bill Fletcher
Amazing. Really amazing. I can't understand why the 8 volumes haven't been collected into an oversized volume, but it's only a matter of time. The story is incredible and the artwork matches. So different (and so much more compelling) than the movie.
Noah Soudrette
Dec 09, 2007 Noah Soudrette rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: manga fans, Park Chan-wook fans
Shelves: manga
Finally, Goto comes face to face with the man who locked him away for 10 years... and still has no idea who he is. The series continues it's level of excellence here and makes me want to keep reading even though it's far to late at night.
Earl
Aug 11, 2013 Earl rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: manga
Carrying over the action and tension left by chapter 2. Fits as an action movie, not in the way that Park Chan-Wook imagined it to be (his is way sicker and more amazing).
Asif
Finally some answers or close to answers. What's the deal with this psycho stalker anyways?
Tyler
slow moving as hell, but i still cant stop reading.
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