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Gantz/22 (Gantz #22)

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La lucha contra los alienígenas en Dôtonbori, Osaka, continúa subiendo de intensidad por momentos... El equipo Gantz de Osaka, muy experimentado, va destrozando sucesivamente a los distintos tipos de monstruos que aparecen. Entre tanto, Katô, que se debate entre salvar a los civiles o hacer lo posible por sobrevivir él mismo, toma súbitamente una decisión. ¿¡Conseguirá el ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published by Éditions Tonkam (first published November 19th 2007)
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More of the regular ol' action scenes this manga pumps out. The amount of aliens is astonishing! Maybe that is why the Gantz group got pulled to Osaka, and other players are being inserted later in the game?

I wonder what happened with the vampires and why they are "switched." I probably won't receive any answer for that. The manga feels a lot different without Kurono. Kato just seems like a character from so long ago, when everyone was more naive and trying to do the right thing.

The enemy design
Et pim et pam et poum, les combattants en combinaison mettent des pains monstrueux à des monstres encore plus monstrueux.
Ca tourne clairement à vide, mais il y a parfois des cases montrant Masaru (surtout) ou d'autres Gantzers qui sont d'une beauté stupéfiante. Alors je continue. Et puis ces monstres monstrueux agissant de façon ignomineusement monstrueuses ont une forme monstrueuse d'esthétique.
Valdir Duarte souza
As always a very good reading if you like gore, horror, violence and adult themes in mangá. Furthermore, some of the chapters were translated by Hisshouburaiken who is for me one of the best translators of scans ever!!!
This is the part of the Osaka storyline where we actually learn something about the members of the Osaka Gantz group. They're extremely badass, but even more dysfunctional than the Tokyo team. I don't expect most of them to survive.

As always, great art and monster design, even if the plot and characterization is kind of shallow.
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Hiroya Oku (奥 浩哉 Oku Hiroya, born September 16, 1967 in Fukuoka, Fukuoka) is a mangaka who is the creator of Gantz, Zero-One and HEN, all of which have been serialized in Young Jump. He is currently working on Phase 3 of Gantz, due to be released in October 2009. His manga often contain explicit violence and gore, as well as sexual situations.

He won the second prize of the Youth Manga Awards in 19
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