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After School Nightmare, Volume 3 by Setona Mizushiro
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Jan 26, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, fiction, manga, young-adult, read-2010
Read on January 25, 2010

Volume three includes more symbolism, some of it not clear to me. I understand the obvious significance of the moon, for instance, behind Mashiro in the two page full color picture (which I don't like though it is drawn and colored well) but I am certain there is another significance that I don't understand, one that has something to do with the dark moon some of the other students can see but Mashiro can't.

I like the look at human nature this manga shows. It's more on the obvious side since it is aimed at teens, but it's truth has a big impact just the same. Seeing Mashiro learn and grow is a great aspect of this manga as well.

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