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Gantz/36 (Gantz #36)

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Vol. 36 de 37.
216 pages
Published March 19th 2013 (first published 2012)
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توفيق عبد الرحيم
okay just one last volume this thing was so big that i lost my excitement in the middle let alone that the story didn't continue the same way it started
we first had death matches with aliens on earth and then we got a whole damned invasion
so all the teams are on the aliens mother ship
and as usual they are doing horrendous things to the aliens making them fuck each others and fucking them don't ask me how did that turn out lol
all the gantz balls are not working and there is only one working ba
Baal Of
After all of this, what do we get? A bunch of grade school level pseudo-intellectualizing about the meaning of life and the human soul. But before that, Kei et al. are getting "to the end" and on the way they witness several acts of brutality against the aliens, including one female alien being raped by multiple Gantz recruits, who is then punished for being raped by being blown apart. This was a pretty unnecessary scene for Hiroya Oku to put in the manga.
So then they get to the "en
Dioel Jimenez ramos
Apr 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
Awesome series of turn of events. With one surprise just after another. The manga in general had a whole lot of What the F. moments, and was even disturbing at times, although it shows us how we can exceed at something and have an incredibly good performance at something once our mind is set to achieve the goal at all cost. It had me really hooked up to the point that I didnpt want to read anything else until I finished.
Apr 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Ahora sí me gustó este tomo. Llega una parte donde los miembros del equipo son transferidos al lugar "donde conocerán la verdad", lamentablemente no es lo que ellos esperaban y terminan con una demostración sobre cómo los humanos son sólo materia (hecho que les afecta en extremo), dicha muestra incluye traer a miembros del equipo tales como Reika, El viejo o Kishimoto a la vida, sólo para después destruirlos, logrando que Kei 2 resultara igualmente asesinado (me encantó esta parte). Posteriormen ...more
Jun 11, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: comics, manga, seinen
Nada de todo esto tiene demasiado sentido. Entonces la guerra terminó, e Hiroya Oku se quedó con algunos héroes en la nave, así que los usa como observadores para mostrar que los humanos al final son iguales de "monstruosos" que los aliens, con escenas de abuso hacia algunos de ellos que han sido tomados como prisioneros... Lo peor es que este punto ya había quedado claro en capítulos anteriores así que ahora parece gratuito e innecesario.

Igual creo que lo peor del tomo es la sala del "explicado
Peter Barr
Gantz is the story of recently dead people being used to fight aliens. As the story progresses, the aliens become more difficult to kill. In this episode, groups of humans from various countries are fighting what they feel might be the final group of aliens while aboard a space ship that is orbiting the earth. There is more to it than just this. Gantz continues.
The Stumps
Another good volume.
Valdir Duarte souza
Apr 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Now the plot is reaching the climax with the counterstrike of the black ops, the two Kurono seems not care about nothing besides their sole objective: one seeks life in the figure of his loved girlfriend the other seeks death since he feels like a damned clone without soul, and the worst is to take along with him people who cares about him.
Atop of all this comes up Nishi... who seems to be playing the "ideal human role" in this war, with obscure purposes, what hell is that kid thinking? Besides
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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 has finished working on his most renowned manga, Gantz, which began in July 2000. His manga often contain explicit violence and gore, as well as sexual situations.

He won the second prize of the Youth Manga Awards i
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