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Something is rotten in Okinawa...the floating stench of death hangs over the island..What is it? A strange, legged fish appears on the scene...so begins Tadashi and Kaori's spiral into the horror (and stench) of the sea.
*Includes two bonus stories called • The Sad Tale of the Principal Post in vol 1. • The Enigma of the Amigara Fault in vol 2.
ギョ ギョ～うごめく不気～ 大黒柱悲話 阿弥殻断層の怪 鱼 Gyo - The Eerie Wriggle Gyo Odór Śmierci The Enigma of Amigara Fault The Sad History of the Principal Post
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The author works Gyo like he did with Uzumaki, bringing small, horrific problems and gradually transforming them into a terrifying world issue. And he does it by picking some concept nobody could ever think into adapting in a horror story, again. I have to say that i enjoyed it, albeit getting a bit disgusted with what happened to the girl, really didn't expect that to happen. I was going to complain after realizing it's only 2 volumes but it was a good choice to end the manga there, it's something that most don't know how to do: to insert a proper ending, and considering what goes on in this story, i believe it was the only possible enjoyable ending. The art fits the theme. On a side note: the story about the holes was really awesome.
Wasn't too disappionted
Gyo was pretty good. It's not one of Ito's best, but it was still very amusing and even quite funny at times.
Also, I have to admit that the high rating that I gave this story comes (mainly) from my satisfaction towards girlfriend's dilemma in the end. Talk about being thoroughly satisfied
... Last updated on August 4th, 2009, 10:15am
Ugh... want my hour back...
So... why do holes call to people? No will power it seems... You know what I do when I see a hole shaped for me? Walk away... As for the main story... I don't know why I kept reading... I guess it was for answers I never got... Questions that will remain...
It was bad... simply put...
just cause it's creative doesn't always make it "good", ya know? i enjoyed it just cause it freaked me out, but i can see how many people would be bored/disgusted by it. open your mind lol give it a try, ya never know! be prepared though - kinda gross...
Smells like fishfood.
FISH WITH LEGS!!! Genius!!!
Good story, plot and character depictions. The only thing to rant about is the ending, that's more or less a cliffhanger. But seeing the main character was always so persistant, you can assume they will eventually find the cure and save the world and so on.
A few hours of good reading when you're not eating fishfood. Warning: May cause hydrophobia.
... Last updated on May 23rd, 2008, 6:15pm
Well, it was decent, I suppose. It wasn't all that horrorifying, and I read it simply to see if it got better. It was extremely original, though. It was kinda funny at some parts. Although, was I the only one who thought it didn't have much of a resolution?
EDIT: HA HA! I knew the art and main characters seemed familiar! He wrote/drew Uzumaki! It seems I like his work more then I thought.
... Last updated on February 23rd, 2008, 8:12pm
i´ve expected more from this book, kind a lame story and not horrifying at all. but i´m not up for eating after read it, so maybe it effected me in someway.
man, this was so bad. i don't know how i struggled through it, maybe it was the fact that its only two volumes. i guess the story idea was ok, but after the first couple of chapters i was getting bored of it and wanted it to end. i guess the last mini story was ok, probably because it was so short, but honestly, save your time for something better.
This story has a classic feel to it. In the beginning the legged fish seems like a minor problem. (though strange) As the story progresses it gets more and more complicated. (and even weirder) I would like to see a sequel to this series. though, I'm sure that will never happen. The main character in this was cool. (such a nice person. Maybe even too perfect?) Also the second one shot at the end of the second volume was good. How does Junji Ito come up with these ideas?