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 No.618

Horror manga rec thread

 No.619

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■ AUTHOR: Douman Seiman
■ ARTIST: Douman Seiman
■ SUMMARY: A collection of really (short) interesting and unique one shots. You can find references to other one shots sometimes (-u-)
■ READ: http://www.mangahere.com/manga/nickelodeon/vvv

 No.620

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■ AUTHOR: Furuya Usamaru
■ ARTIST: Furuya Usamaru
■ SUMMARY: A (finished) manga that deals with the theme of suicide.
"The story begins with the same opening scene, where 54 girls commit suicide by jumping in front of a moving train. However, one girl survives (Saya Kota) and opens another Suicide Club, with other victims. Her best friend, Kyoko, fears for Saya's future and begins to search for the strange secrets surrounding the Suicide Club to try and save Saya and the other girls from committing such a tragedy again."
- summary from mangapark
■ READ: http://www.mangapark.com/manga/jisatsu-circle

>>619
oops, just remove the three 'v's after the url.

 No.621

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>>>/x/461
>>>/x/479

Spookily spooky, my deary dearer droog. No ultraviolence, though.

 No.622

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■ AUTHOR: Yoshitomi Akihito
■ ARTIST: Yoshitomi Akihito
■ SUMMARY: "Two girls go hunting for mermaids to win their true love. Featuring very nontraditional mermaids."
■ READ: http://mangafox.me/manga/school_ningyo/

 No.623

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>>621

I also recommend to read Fuan no Tane.
It's basically a collection of japanese urban legends, with a nice art. Reading it at 3AM gave me the chills.

 No.624

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■ AUTHOR: Junji Ito
■ ARTIST: Junji Ito
■ SUMMARY: A must read for horror manga fans!
"Kurozu-cho, a small fogbound town on the coast of Japan, is cursed. According to Shuichi Saito, the withdrawn boyfriend of teenager Kirie Goshima, their town is haunted not by a person or being but by a pattern: uzumaki, the spiral, the hypnotic secret shape of the world. It manifests itself in small ways: seashells, ferns, whirlpools in water, whirlwinds in air. And in large ways: the spiral marks on peoples bodies, the insane obsessions of Shuichi s father, the voice from the cochlea in your inner ear. As the madness spreads, the inhabitants of Kurôzu-cho are pulled ever deeper, as if into a whirlpool from which there is no return…"
- Summary from mangareader.net
■ READ: http://www.mangareader.net/1358/uzumaki.html

>>623
I agree, I was actually gonna make a post about it after this one.

 No.625

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■ AUTHOR: Nakayama Masaaki
■ ARTIST: Nakayama Masaaki
■ SUMMARY: As >>623 said, it is a collection of stories dealing with "urban legends, ghosts and superstitions all organized around a specific theme". I highly recommend it.

■ READ: http://mangafox.me/manga/fuan_no_tane/

 No.626

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■ AUTHOR: Fujiwara Kaoru
■ ARTIST: Fujiwara Kaoru
■ SUMMARY: A collection of short stories. Some are really weird.
■ READ: http://www.mangapark.com/manga/fetish

 No.627

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■ AUTHOR: Iwaaki, Hitoshi
■ ARTIST: Iwaaki, Hitoshi
■ SUMMARY: Parasites from outer space taking over people. The parasites can take on horrifying forms to hunt down their victims and survive but disguise themselves as ordinary people.
■ READ: http://www.mangareader.net/1415/parasyte.html

 No.628

>>627
Also by the same artist

■ SUMMARY: A oneshot about a guy who gets in a horrible accident and when he wakes up nobody has eyes anymore.

■ READ: http://www.mangago.com/read-manga/look_me_in_the_eyes_when_you_talk/

 No.629

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■ AUTHOR: KAKIZAKI Masasumi
■ ARTIST: KAKIZAKI Masasumi
■ SUMMARY: A man goes on a vacation with the intent to kill his wife but shit doesn't go exactly as planned
■ READ: http://www.mangareader.net/hideout

 No.630

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If you're looking for a bit of macabre black comedy as well I'd highly recommend Franken Fran my absolute favorite manga

■ AUTHOR: Katsuhisa Kigitsu
■ ARTIST: Katsuhisa Kigitsu
■ SUMMARY: Fran can make anyone into anything, raise the dead, switch heads and bodies, and give you those eyes that you've always wanted. But do you actually want them? Is it a good thing to raise the dead? Do the ends justify the means? And does Fran care?
- summary from mangahere
■ READ: http://www.mangahere.com/manga/franken_fran/

Pay no head of the ongoing status I assure you the series is completed

 No.634

>alone
>late at night
>fuan no tane

NOT EVEN ONCE

 No.635

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>>634
YES EVEN ONCE

One of the best fucking self-imposed horror experiences I ever had right there. Granted, some of them just have that X-Files weirdness to them more than horror, but there's something for everyone in there. The ones that DO get to you REALLY get to you.

For me, this one was definitely one of those.

 No.637

>co-workers talk about manga
>ask what they like
>naruto, bleach, wan piss, shitty korean sports dramu
>"what do you read, anon"
>have you read uzumaki?
>"gross too gory"
>they haven't heard of anything I like, thought evangelion was stupid, hate horror and abstract works
>whoops didn't know this was fucking grade school

>>627

one of my favorites

 No.638

>>637

Or maaaaaybe they just have different tastes than you? Just sayin'

 No.639

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>>637
Did you seriously just diss one piece?

Anyway, I seem to recall some manga that was extremely abstract and surreal, where the author was playing around with not just the story but the manga itself, breaking the 3th wall in a way. I don't think there was any text whatsoever. I think there were lots of loops and weird perspective changes. Anyone know what I'm talking about? I know this is vague but those who read that manga might know what I'm talking about.

 No.642

>>639

My guess would probably be something by Shintaro Kago. Based on what you've said, the main ones that come to mind are these two:

Abstraction:
http://mangafox.me/manga/abstraction/

The Memories of Others:
http://mangafox.me/manga/the_memories_of_others/

Lots of his stuff is rather surreal and plays with the boundaries of manga to some extent though, and I'm not familiar with all his stuff so it's possible it could have also been something else by him.

 No.643

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>>635
I thought it was dumb until
<<<<<<
and the page you first linked.

I deal with a lot of my fears by not looking at what I'm afraid of, and reading that was just –
fucking terrifying. I had the best kind of chills for a month after.

 No.644

>>642
>Abstraction
Yes this was the manga I was talking about. Thanks :)

 No.645

>>643

>>623 here; I'm not the same anon who you were quoting there. Sorry, but I felt I had to point it out.

Yes, Fuan no Tane has that feel that it could be real which makes it more spooky. It played with a lot of my fears, and I'm pretty sure a lot of unconcious fears too. So yes, it gives the fucking chills.
That one is one that shocked me deeply as well because I do something like you about my own fears, and I am nyctophobic too, so you can see how it made me shat brix.

 No.647

>>643
Oh snap. I'm >>635 - and that was EXACTLY the other one I'd contemplated posting. We are in agreement; this kind of horror is the best kind.

It's a shame because it's kind of hard to hit that mark…I agree that parts of FnT made me feel I was wasting my time, but then these things pop up that leave you freezing cold for a long time after.

 No.649

>>643
>>635
the one with the "baby" in the hospital.
fuck.

 No.655

Yesterday I gave a look at some of those.

>>619
Strange, but not scary. Interesting, you can say.

>>620
This one was awesome.

>>622
This was good, but not scary. I even got kinda aroused by the mermaids.

Tonight I'll start Uzumaki. I've read Junji Ito in the past, and it was pretty cool, so I have my expectations high on this one.

 No.656

>>624

So. Damn. Good.

It's a bit dissapoiting that it's flipped/mirrowed, but whatever.

 No.663

>>620
Thanks for the rec man

 No.708

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I recommend to everyone 31 pages by Ito that fucked my shit up for months.

http://brasscockroach.com/h4ll0w33n2007/manga/Amigara-Full/Amigara.html

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I've been meaning to bring this up here but since everyone seems to love Fuan no Tane Nakayama Masaaki made a second series for it called Fuan no Tane Plus. It's been on translation hiatus for a long time but Slug Chicks (bless them all to the stars and back) recently picked it back up as well as his other series Kouishou Radio which is just like Fuan no Tane in that it's a series of very small one shot stories about spooky things.

Fuan no Tane Plus: http://www.batoto.net/comic/_/comics/fuan-no-tane-r1801

Kouishou Radio: http://www.batoto.net/comic/_/comics/kouishou-radio-r10349

 No.717

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Scumbag Loser. Imagine Nakayama Masaaki making a horror manga with an actual plot and recurring characters.

 No.718

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PANORAMA OF HELL is a shocking, tortuous journey into the depths of one man's postnuclear Hell. Through the confessions of a fiendish Hell painter born in the aftermath of the bombing of Hiroshima, Hideshi Hino tells a nightmarish story, creating a manga masterpiece of black humor, stunning vision, and unflinching imagery.

http://www.guromanga.com/read/panorama-of-hell

 No.719

>>717
I wouldn't compare that art to Nakayama Masaaki. That man there seems to have his mouth on the side of his face.

 No.720

>>719

1) I didn't compare the art, but the manga in general, which is evry similar to the themes of Fuan no Tane, for example

2)character is a female, so you haven't even read a single page

3) don't critique comparisons before reading even a single page.

 No.737

>>620

I watched the original movie yesterday. I'm not a huge fan of jap live action, but, since I really enjoy anything indie, I decided to give it a try.
Man, the first part of the movie is kinda crappy, but in the middle it gets really good. I really liked it.

 No.742

If you liked Fuan no Tane, I recommend Koushiou Radio.

 No.743

>>716
I had to read Kouishou Radio again to get it.



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