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Uzumaki, Volume 3 (2nd Edition) por Junji…
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Uzumaki, Volume 3 (2nd Edition) (edição 2008)

por Junji Ito (Autor)

Séries: Uzumaki (3)

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With their town devastated by titanic hurricanes, the citizens of the spiral-haunted town of Kurôzu-cho--including Shuichi, Kirie and her family--find themselves cut off from the outside world. Reporters and rescue teams cross the mountain range into Kurôzu-cho only to find themselves unable to leave. Trapped inside the cursed ruins, the desperate survivors struggle and huddle together, waiting to run into giant snails or worse. The very laws of nature are changed as the spiral sucks them in. And to fight it, or to escape, the last survivors must go to the heart of the horror to witness what may be their evenutal fate...… (mais)
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Título:Uzumaki, Volume 3 (2nd Edition)
Autores:Junji Ito (Autor)
Informação:VIZ Media LLC (2008), Edition: Reissue, 264 pages
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I will never look at escargot the same EVER again!! Yerg!


That said, I do think Shuichi is a cutie... at least before the start of his mental breakdown. Considering what's happened to him throughout the series, it's no real surprise the grasp he had on his sanity started slipping.

Also, I'm surprised Kirie didn't have MASSIVE nightmares after all she'd witnessed! The incident at the hospital? Jack-In-The-Box?!?!? O_o ( )
  DanielleBates | Sep 16, 2020 |
I will never look at escargot the same EVER again!! Yerg!


That said, I do think Shuichi is a cutie... at least before the start of his mental breakdown. Considering what's happened to him throughout the series, it's no real surprise the grasp he had on his sanity started slipping.

Also, I'm surprised Kirie didn't have MASSIVE nightmares after all she'd witnessed! The incident at the hospital? Jack-In-The-Box?!?!? O_o ( )
  DanielleBates | Sep 16, 2020 |
I will never look at escargot the same EVER again!! Yerg!


That said, I do think Shuichi is a cutie... at least before the start of his mental breakdown. Considering what's happened to him throughout the series, it's no real surprise the grasp he had on his sanity started slipping.

Also, I'm surprised Kirie didn't have MASSIVE nightmares after all she'd witnessed! The incident at the hospital? Jack-In-The-Box?!?!? O_o ( )
  DanielleBates | Sep 16, 2020 |
Re-read:

I've changed my mind. I don't mind about the end or the twists. The huge crazy was still cool but slightly less impactful this time.

I'm just reading it for the phi. :)


Original Review:

I'm of two minds on this volume. The truly horrific increase was awesome, and I loved how utterly fucked the whole town was.

And then, I also really enjoyed the last issue. These are two different likes. I have to separate them for my own enjoyment.

I would have been perfectly happy with it ending on number 19. It was dark, crazy, and had that last little lilt of joy in the very last frame. So sweet in an utterly horrific way.

And then number 20 comes around and turns it all into a dream sequence? For Shame! No. No.

Well, that's all fine and dandy in the big view of things... but what really chaps my hide is that number 20 was actually awesome all by itself! It spoke to me on a whole new level and freaked me out all over again. I want to make it an alternate reality special. That would be very nice.

Alas.

Still, my enjoyment of all this wacked-out horror extravaganza is not lessened. Not much, anyway. It was CRAAAAZZZZYYYYYY good.

:)

Gotta pick up more of Junji Ito asap. :) ( )
  bradleyhorner | Jun 1, 2020 |
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With their town devastated by titanic hurricanes, the citizens of the spiral-haunted town of Kurôzu-cho--including Shuichi, Kirie and her family--find themselves cut off from the outside world. Reporters and rescue teams cross the mountain range into Kurôzu-cho only to find themselves unable to leave. Trapped inside the cursed ruins, the desperate survivors struggle and huddle together, waiting to run into giant snails or worse. The very laws of nature are changed as the spiral sucks them in. And to fight it, or to escape, the last survivors must go to the heart of the horror to witness what may be their evenutal fate...

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