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Book Title: Tokyo Ghoul:re, vol. 1|
The author of the book: Sui Ishida
Edition: Norma Editorial
Date of issue: June 23rd 2016
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In the sequel series to Tokyo Ghoul, Haise Sasaki has been tasked with teaching his special squad of half-ghouls how to be outstanding Investigators, but this is complicated by the troublesome personalities of his subordinates and his own uncertain grasp of his Ghoul powers. Will he and the members of his squad become heroes or monsters, taken out by the other squads in the Commission of Counter Ghoul...?!
I think I thought this was the acclaimed Tokyo Ghoul series just come to America but I realize after reading the first volume that it can't possible be anything other than a sequel. I'm actually happy that I never got to read the original series first because it allowed me to give Tokyo Ghoul:re a chance without any bias.
As with all manga I was drawn to the ART first... It is magnificent in this realistic style where the characters stand out but the backgrounds are chock full of the city in which the story is set! You can tell we are in the hands of experience as the framing is superb! Really can't say enough about the art...
BECAUSE I haven't read Tokyo Ghoul I was a little lost at moments... especially at the end in the big battle... Ultimately this had a really great balance between putting facts together in a mystery format and battles that take your breathe away!! I really enjoyed this balance and found it quite compelling... except for when I didn't quite understand what was going on.
I QUITE LOVED Sasaki the MC! He really pulled me in with his desire to teach this group to work together and his personality is composed of nice, clever, kind and hard-working elements that came together really well. I ESPECIALLY loved his alter-ego that was working to control him...
I enjoyed the twist with Toru and Mado seems like a tough boss... Urie was okay but I get tired of characters who can't see the forest for the trees... but Shirazu is a little dim (which can be funny and tiresome...) So I'm LOVING the women but the men not as much... I do anticipate where they go in the next volume! I don't HATE them... but I felt more strongly toward Sasaki...
Because I was a little befuddled at times the tension wasn't always high... you kind of have to be in the know to get that things are super serious. BUT the deadline to get a physical description on Torso... that was serious honor stuff there... I did enjoy the plot a ton... coming up against ghouls that it doesn't seem anyone can tackle...! Good stuff and I WAS NOT disappointed by the end of the volume!! I enjoy when the MC struggles, especially when it is an internal battle!
As a reader this volume was quite good... I'm totally rooting for our team and I'm excited to see where their ghoul abilities take them... I think it will only get better the more we get into it!!
BOTTOM LINE: An exciting sequel series to the acclaimed Tokyo Ghoul series!
Thanks to Diamond Bookshelf and the publisher for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review. This has not influenced my opinion.
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Read information about the authorAlso known as 石田スイ.
Sui Ishida (石田スイ, Ishida Sui), born December 28, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, is a Japanese manga artist
In 2010 he won the Young Jump 113th Grand Prix award with Tokyo Ghoul (東京喰種, Tōkyō Kushu). In March 2011, the same oneshot was published in the 2nd Issue of Miracle Jump. And later in September 2011, Tokyo Ghoul started as a series in Weekly Young Jump 2011-41 Issue. In December 2011, he made another oneshot about Rize that was published in December 2011 in Miracle Jump 6th Issue, which was later collected in the 6th volume of Tokyo Ghoul.
In 2013, he also started Tokyo Ghoul: Jack in the digital magazine Jump LIVE.
Sui Ishida is his penname; nobody knows his real name or what he looks like.
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