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The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Volume 11 (The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service #11)

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Paint it black! Designer Bunpei Yorifuji darkens the iconic cover design in honor of the sinister "Class Cutter" - Kurosagi's longest story since Volume 2, inspired by one of the most infamous Japanese crimes of recent years. Can a girl who committed a brutal murder in grade school ever truly return to society... and why does Sasayama insist on dragging the Corpse Delivery ...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published September 28th 2010 by Dark Horse Manga (first published March 5th 2009)
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Risky Rahmalia Sofyan
Nice tribute! the depiction of reality of alleged child murder and how society takes it... with a dash of supernatural power named Winnicot!

The first through 7th chapters was based on the real-life criminal case, but I'm not certain which criminal case brought here. The only leading I got from 'Class Cutter' is the one happened In June 2001. A 38-year-old unemployed man, Mamoru Takuma, burst onto an elementary school in Osaka and stabbed eight children to death with a knife and injured 13 other
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Vincent
Oct 19, 2010 Vincent rated it it was amazing
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Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service is one of those books I can't put down. Though after 11 volumes the stories border on formulaic, the books are still a draw for me because of the interactions between the characters. The books are translated well in that the dialogue carries the story along and provides you the pieces necessary to continue to build the characters' personalities as you read. Volume 12 is due out in the Spring. I can't wait to pick it up.
Steve Banes
Nov 22, 2010 Steve Banes rated it it was amazing
One of the few ongoing horror manga series that never fails to deliver creepy, inventive concepts in each volume (plus top notch artwork and gore!) A likeable group of gifted kids: a pyschic, a dowser, a hacker, an embalmer, and a channeler and his puppet, all assisting the recently deceased in a variety of astounding and horrific ways... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Charles
Sep 03, 2011 Charles rated it really liked it
Shoulder karma rats, cool.
Chibineko
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this volume really brought me back into KCDS in a way that I hadn't enjoyed since the first few volumes of the series, mostly since this volume shows a little background about one of the characters that previously hadn't been as explored as some of the other cast members.

There's really only two stories in this book, with the "Class Cutter" tale being the longest and darkest. (They even changed the color of the volume from yellow to black sort of as a resu
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Cristhian
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Directores de primaria creepy son lo peor
DJ
Dec 30, 2010 DJ rated it really liked it
Interesting. Young girl who discovered a new power. Nothing else to say. I still love the series, but honestly, this one and #10 (I actually don't remember the earlier ones, except the first 5 or so), there's basically only one major plot, and maybe one or two subplots. I'm kind of disappointed because I wanted to see more dead people. :-D However, it does get into some of the history in one character's.
Patrick
Aug 13, 2014 Patrick rated it really liked it
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I plowed through volumes 9-13 over a weekend and this one stood out. The first story is (loosely) based on a real incident about 10 years ago but with a supernatural twist. The second story is not quite as interesting but as a whole the volume is worth checking out.
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If you see me looking at you with one eye, I'm not looking at you-I'm looking at the rat on your shoulder! ;)
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大塚 英志

Social anthropologist and novelist. Graduated from college with degree in anthropology, women's folklore, human sacrifice and post-war manga. In addition to his work with manga he is a critic, essayist, and author of several successful non-fiction books on Japanese popular and “otaku” sub-cultures. One of his first animation script works was Maho no Rouge Lipstick, an adult lolicon OVA. Otsuk
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