Best Download [Housui Yamazaki] ↠ Mail || [Nonfiction Book] PDF ☆


  • Title: Mail
  • Author: Housui Yamazaki
  • ISBN: 9781593075668
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback

  • Private detective Reiji Akiba has a theory about those awkward moments and weird coincidences we all encounter in life They are actually encounters with the dead their way of sending us a message But you may not want to open such strange mail from beyond not unless you can see the ghostly attachment, like Akiba can.
    Housui Yamazaki
    Housui Yamazaki is a Japanese manga artist He also has two other pseudonyms Yamazaki Hiroshi , Hiro Yamazaki He wrote and illustrated the three volume Mail series in 1999 2002, 2004, 2005 He currently illustrates The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, which is authored by Eiji Otsuka.


    Commentaires:

    Christopher
    Apparently I have a _need-to-rate-review shelf from like 8 months ago that, like many of these books, I forgot existed. So we're going to blast through them Mad Max style, in no way giving them the attention I am sure they deserve.So this one seems special. I actually seem to have finished all three volumes of this one. So either they are pretty dang good, or they are light on words and I figured "why not read them all in a sitting?"These are all short story collections. Each volume tells six st [...]

    Nick
    Overall Rating: BSynopsis: Created by the artist from Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Housui Yamazaki, the series follows private detective Reiji Akiba, who specializes in the paranormal. Volume 1 opens with a nude model shoot, which immediately tells you why the books are wrapped in plastic. The shoot is in a river, and according to the location scout, it was beautiful. Apparently, it flooded, and everything from trash to a skeleton got washed into the area. The photos reveal even more creepi [...]

    Mira
    Really enjoyed this. Reminds me of Doctor Who, in the style of Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service. Onto volume 2!

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    Maris
    If you want to have a batch of classy Japanese horror stories presented in the form of manga - then look no further!And that's the main up and down for this piece. As if you are into whole horror story thing and you want something new - not the place to look for originality as you might know all of the tales of death and grudge, as this manga recycles all the good and tried things that we have seen in other media like anime or movies. But - if you are into it, and want more of the same good-old [...]

    Lily
    After reading this issue I immediately bought the rest of the series. This manga scared the SHIT out of me. It's kinda touching and super creepy, and only occasionally gory. I'm not sure why Japan's weird fetish with molestation makes an appearance in every manga ever, but it only features in one story in the whole series. I could go without that, but the rest of the stories are SOLID: a ghost that plays hide and seek, a girl who crawls around searching for her LEGS, OMG SO SCARY. And so good.

    Marie
    Akiba est un détective privé un peu particulier puisqu'il possède également une certaine sensibilité aux esprits, qu'il exorcise en leur tirant dessus avec une balle particulière et en prononçant la formule consacrée.Un bon début de série, avec un côté enquête "light" (on ne tombe pas dans la surenchère de clichés et de trucs tordus des séries de détectives avec des explications complexes et ultra longues) et un dessin soigné.

    Book Pairings (Laci Long)
    This horror manga series follows private detective Reiji Akiba, who specializes in the paranormal cases, through his investigation of ghosts who are endangering the lives of the living. There are five stories in each volume and each is unique and creepy in it’s own way. I enjoyed reading it and look forward to reading more.

    Stacy
    Less interesting than the synopsis sounds, this volume is a series of short stories, with the connecting plot threads just starting to emerge in the final tale. The art is effectively creepy in spots, and I suspect subsequent volumes will be more interesting.

    morbidflight
    I've read it before but I recently found volume 3 shrink-wrapped in a local comic store for 50% offd figured I might as well try to acquire the rest. I'm going to laugh when I go to my parents' house and see all three volumes sitting on a shelf.

    Salem
    There’s nothing special here. Move along now.

    Kat Viola
    more like a 2.5 bit who's counting? It's want bad, it was just nothing new.

    Susan
    The faces were kind of wonky in some panels, but for creepy done-in-one horror stories, this series delivers.

    Roni
    It was not too bad book. Not exciting and engrossed as Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, but readable.

    Tasha
    Great horror/ghost stories, though very little character development. I don't normally read horror (because I have an overactive imagination and get freaked out) but these were good.

    Madeleine
    Can something be terrifying and delightful at the same time? If so, this is it.

    Natasha
    I had forgotten I read this book until I read it again very recently. It's a pretty typical horror novel, with plenty of jokes thrown in, of course.

    Snow
    read for fun

    Amanda
    I love horror manga, especially short stories. So this was a quick, perfect collection to read in broad daylight.

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