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May 20, 2008


Filed under: Comic — k @ 6:15 pm
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The recently comic that I read and I find interested of is Gantz, which is written by Hiroya Oku. The story of Gantz is a little like Men in Black which is about killing aliens, but Gantz is way more bloody, sexual and interesting. The thing that I like about Gantz is 99% of the characters in Gantz they all dying insanely, and keep pushing up new characters to replace the gone characters. As a result, you will not get bored of reading the comic since there are many new elements adding into the comic. Here is the site that provides you some samples, so you will not feel regret if you do not like it. Be careful, if you are under 18 please do not read it, thanks. HERE

Although a lot of big boobs women in the comic like the one below, the main character’s girl friend is a A boobs girl. (′?`)


  1. I watched Gantz animation from the very first episode to the end, and it was interesting in the beginning but it started to go into how twisted how human beings are when they obtain power. Kind of threw me off on the series so I never continued on with the manga version. I also don’t like the author’s style of expression on the choice of words. Though it might be the translation that caused my judgment. His art style is… very realistic with hints of exaggeration (as you can see, the girls have three heads)

    Comment by 6ming — May 20, 2008 @ 10:54 pm

  2. I began watching Gantz in animation first too, but the progress of the animation is fucking slow. So I decided to watch the comic one. Well, the style of art that the author uses is not that realistic to me since he does not have a very high level of drawing skills compare to Takehiko Inoue, who created Slam Dunk, Tsukasa Hojo, who created City Hunter, etc. Still, the style of art it very depends on people, some can fit into it and some do not. For the stoyr, I do not have much to say about the story, like the style of art, some like it and some do not. About the “exaggeration” of the way the author uses, same as the story and the style of art, some people like it and some do not. However, if you really want a reason to it why so exaggerated, the reason is to attract audiences.

    Comment by k — May 21, 2008 @ 12:37 am

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