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ギョ Gyo review ô 103 Iest masterpiece of horror manga ever from the creator of Uzumaki Junji Ito Hold your breath until all is reveale. MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAJunji Ito is a MASTER of B level gross out horror Of course this is manga and extremely simple in characterization but that DOES NOT MATTER AT ALLWe go from a fish with legs and a horrible stink freaking out a young couple all the way to THE END OF THE WORLDYep Two volumes Gross out horror Over the top FREAKISHLY delightfulYou remember those classic B Movie horrors from the fifties Do you wish you could forget them Or how about if you could kick all the censors out the door and take any particular nasty idea and run with it leaving no perversity unexplored until all you have is a farting walking mass of the undead controlled by spoiler spoiler spoilerMUAHAHAHAHAHAHAA perfect halloween gross out read

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ギョ Gyo review ô 103 Something is rotten in OkinawaThe floating smell of death hangs over the island What is it A strange legged fish. Japanese scientists in WW2 plugged up some animals mouths and anuses and attached them to mechanical legs which operated on the creatures built up gases Years later fish have become fused with this tech and have invaded the mainland Yes That is actually the actual story of this actual book SO many uestions How did tech from WW2 survive in working order at the bottom of the sea for so long Who fused them to fish Why have the legged fish chosen to invade now What s their goal why invade land why target humans If the hosts are dead who s steering them How does this outdated tech know how to do sophisticated things like hide behindsteer around obstacles SO few answers And that s because Junji Ito is the manga euivalent of Ed Wood To say that this dude can t write is a massive understatement he s beyond incompetent Basically he just wanted to draw fish with mechanical legs terrorising humans and damn making any kind of sense it s that contrived But like Ed Wood the B movie type schlock Ito produces is entertaining in its sheer lunacy Don t let anyone tell you this is a horror comic because it s not if it exists the genre would be comedy pseudo horror But for me anyway it was just plain comedy I was howling with laughter through most of this absurd madness It just got dumber and dumber and dumber as it went on Suddenly sharks were getting butt plugged then whales then humans all of them propelled by farts there were living fart spirits who could take this seriously as genuine horror when it s so so so silly Oh and the bonkers fart circus who perform their weird gassy show purely for the benefit of our protagonist I dare you to keep a straight face during that scene That said I think Ito is aware of how retarded his story is About the only uestion he anticipates or at least acknowledges is how could literally billions of these mechanical legs have been built and who would have made them He throws in one ridiculous panel towards the end mumbling something about evolution and bacteria Yeah he knows this is trash Despite his significant failings as a writer he does have a strong understanding of seuential storytelling so Gyo like all of his comics is a uick and easy read And his art style is accomplished visually arresting and somewhat creepy though he can t make someone fartbelch menacingly it always looks utterly mental Also included is an excellent short story called The Enigma of Amigara Fault where human sized holes appear on the side of a mountain drawing people to the site who believe the silhouettes are themselves and the holes are calling them in A very imaginative and actually disturbing story It makes sense that HP Lovecraft is a major influence of Ito s as he too was a horror writer who told stories of remarkable vision but wrote them amateurishly As shaky as the writing and story construction is in Gyo it s balanced out with eye catching art and smooth visual storytelling Mostly though Gyo is an absolute hoot and worth it for the laughs alone

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ギョ Gyo review ô 103 Appears on the scene So begins Tadashi and Kaori's spiral into the horror and stench of the sea Here is the creep. There may be some vague spoilage but it s still perfectly edible Edifying WhateverUndoubtedly the smelliest comic ever published especially for any readers with a touch of synaesthesia But don t let that scare you off Light some scented candles or smoke some pot you ll be fine So a young couple are attacked by a dead fish skittering around on an automated spider like prosthesis The stench is almost as horrifying as the sight of it symptomatic of a deadly and highly communicable virus Even worse it s not a freak occurrence well it IS a truly freakish occurrence but it s not isolated More of the plague fish are crawling from the ocean everything from Halibut to Manta Rays from Suids to Great White Sharks moving with a frightening speed rotting and bloated and spreading the intolerable death stench with them inland The virus soon becomes an epidemic moving from the fish to humans with great efficiency and so do the mysterious apparently self replicating machines There s plenty of wutdafu weirdness here because Ito s a black belt in wutdafu Uzumaki fans will recognize immediately wutdafu I m babbling about and probably won t find it surprising that the profound oddness goes far beyond the zombie fish robots As grotesue as it can be Ito never tests his reader s patience maintaining a ballistic pace that partly explains the universal popularity of such defiantly unconventional subject matter Ito s got some serious narrative talents and his story telling is always remarkably accessible even though it s coming at you from some very odd angles I won t risk busting my taped together brain trying to explain and ruin it for newbs even though ruination is a hobby of mine Junji Ito s greatest work thus far is usually considered Uzumaki and I won t disagree with that assessment But I ve got a soft spot for this wondrous little scribbled scrapbook of craziness Ito has a habit of jamming his narrative steering wheel into the most misshapen strangely constructed stories you re likely to find and somehow coaxing an amazingly fast and smooth ride out of them His razor sharp line work a stylistic confection in which the main ingredient is indubitably Katsuhiro Otomo spiced gently poisoned by horror maestros Kazuo The Drifting Classroom Umezu Hideshi Hellbaby Hino Suehiro Ultra Gash Inferno Maruo makes all the rotting and bloating and stinking so much worse by which I mean better That hellish death stench somehow defies the single sense limitations of the comics medium to survive transcend translations This two volume work wraps up with a surprisingly brisk 500 page count so even if manga has scared you off in the past with its brevity spurning tendencies even the flimsiest of stories make themselves comfortable by decompressing across 20 fucking volumes gorging on precious shelf space for horror fans GYO is thoroughly recommended Sushi fans not so much More Art book Reviews More Comic book Reviews More Novel Reviews

  • Hardcover
  • 400
  • ギョ Gyo
  • Junji Ito
  • English
  • 23 July 2020
  • 9781421579153