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The world’s largest luxury ship 'Blue Heaven' saves a wrecked ship out at sea. At the captain’s command, the ship is searched, and 2 male survivors are rescued. On the ship, there are signs of horrible bloodshed. One of the rescued men, of unknown nationality, loses himself among the ship’s passengers and starts randomly slaughtering the patrons and staff. What is his motive?!
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Disturbing but Masterful
I don't even know if I was disgusted or enjoying myself. Either way i was enthralled. The story was one that drew you in and kept you there. I don't think it was exactly the characters that drew you in but the way it was written. The main killer wasn't supposed to be likable but because he wasn't the most evil character in the story I found myself rooting for him. I appreciated the conclusive ending that the story had...I haven't been seeing many in the manga I have been reading recently.
how can anyone enjoy this story one mad killer that gets a forced background then all of a sudden we have another super killer that is[since he is german] a nazi and then we shot alot of ppl on a large luxury cruise the end there is no story for gods sake
the art is ok i guess...racist against all but asians [like all japanese mangakas] but it is so common that you dont really mind it anymore
this should have been worked out to a 55page oneshot in a magazine not 3volumes but i guess you can get away with it if you are a well known mangaka
not worth spending money on not really worth reading stay away
... Last updated on August 1st, 2012, 11:18pm
not Takahashi's best work
I'm a fan of Takahashi, but this one doesn't live up to Jiraishin or Tetsuwan Girl. The story is too fast-paced, most characters get too little screen time to be properly introduced and developed (and look exactly like characters from T.'s other mangas), and the attempt to make up for that with allegory is kinda misplaced (I mean, allegory? Come on, it's not the 18th century.) The artwork is still gorgeous, tho', and the suspense strong enough to make it worth a read, but only to established fans.
This is a good and simple take on one psycho who, despite his insanity lost, still has a hidden humanity somewhere inside of him. The artwork is mostly brushstrokes and line works, I think it's a good combination to show strong and/or mellow emotion. The mangaka is not afraid for the characters to show slightly distorted facial structures or some of the gore. I think it was pretty effective.
... Last updated on August 11th, 2016, 10:09am
Good fast read
I read this in the amount of an hour to an hour and thirty minutes great story great art but still lacks character development.(maybe because it is so short)But, recommend for a fast read.
A good short series about the evil of humanity...Despite being 3 volumes long, this series accomplishes much leaving the readers to wonder the way we see the world..
I think I have fallen in love with this manga. It's just great, the art expresses everything in such a perfect way and the turn of events in the second volume is just magnificent . Short but brilliant.
ya it was ok, not ok enough for me to finish though
Memorable Story and Art
This is another short story that stands apart from the many manga out there. The art is very well done in the mangaka's recognizable unique style and the plot is pretty well-developed and paced for a 3-volume manga. I read this a while ago and have read many other things since then but I still remember this one and how I enjoyed reading this...