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Eden no Ori  
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Akira and his classmates are travelling on a plane when it crashes onto an island inhabited by species thought to have been extinct. The situation becomes increasingly desperate as some of Akira's classmates are eaten alive, while some kill others in desperation. Now Akira and a few other survivors are trying to survive what seems to be a horrible nightmare.


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Cage of Eden

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c.185 (end) by MangaStream (797d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
21 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 8 / 10.0 (1194 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.97 / 10.0
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March 27th 2015, 6:55am PST

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English Publisher
Kodansha USA (13 Volumes - Ongoing)

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Weekly Pos #525 increased(+16)
Monthly Pos #514 decreased(-17)
3 Month Pos #461 decreased(-21)
6 Month Pos #459 decreased(-42)

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Cage of Eden & Lost (spoiler) if u nvr read 219 days, 12 hours, 58 minutes ago
final chapter 60+ pages 391 days, 14 hours, 57 minutes ago
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things left behind,but not forgotten 795 days, 1 hours, 44 minutes ago
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Answered most questions, open ending   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by maine12329
January 20th, 2013, 12:46am
I feel the ending was decent. above average. Most of the mysteries were explained if you caught it, and the only thing they left open was
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
what kind of world it was outside the island.

I felt very satisfied with this manga and it's one of the better ones I've read. 9/10
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Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by dremondtanic
January 20th, 2013, 12:16am
All I'm saying, "I hate the fucking end". Like usually to end a manga is thehardest part, but fuck now I need to read another manga to calm my anger with his bullshit unanswered question. Hopefully season 2 if there is one
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Manga version of LOST.   
Rating: N/A
by Hydralysk
January 19th, 2013, 6:47pm
It's LOST with teenagers, but on Jurassic Park, complete with mysteries, deaths, and an incredibly unsatisfying ending.

This is pretty much what happens when writers try to create mysteries and decide they'll figure out the answers to it later. Entire plot lines get dropped left and right, and any time it tries to answer any of its mysteries it's underwhelming. It's lack of planning or consistency is actually kind of adorable, like when you ask high school students to write short stories.

The cast itself is so big that none of the characters ever get enough development to rise above stereotypes. If you're content with the standard shounen characters then this shouldn't be a problem, but if you want your character to be more than 2 dimensional you'll probably be disappointed.

If you want a manga with fanservice, the power of friendship, and some blood this might be up your alley, but if you're interested in this for the plot I'd stay away.

... Last updated on January 19th, 2013, 6:57pm
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Started fairly well...   
Rating: N/A
by That3rdGuy
November 6th, 2012, 4:25pm
This manga starts off pretty well with some decent mysteries. Like somebody else said, things began to become to convenient for all the protagonists, even for a manga. It seems only the fringe characters die off throughout the entirety of the manga, aside from the bad guys (I stopped around the chapter between 130 and 145 because I've grown to hate it). I love survival manga, but this one just keeps going and I feel I've been trolled. It's like the mangaka got writer's block and started taking suggestions from middle schoolers. I've pretty much always hated ecchi because it's so FUCKING POINTLESS. Wow, those girls have unrealistically big tits! It adds nothing to the story and the only "good" it does is rake in little pansies who can't get girls of their own that want to fondle themselves to a half-naked cartoon girl. Then there's the little boy who was posing as a little girl who apparently wishes to stay dressed in girl clothes and be called a girl's name. That character should have died long ago, but I digress...

Aside from the annoying ecchi parts, this manga drove me insane with cliffhangers that never paid off the next chapter, convenience, and the fact so many people have survived despite the dangers (hell, about half the people die from another person instead of the animals there). The reader inside me began clawing at his eyes and gnashing is teeth from this story being dragged out for so long, but I tried to remain dedicated and see this through to the end. I have failed. Otherwise, it's a good read if you like dropping series halfway through. Or if you're mildly retarded and are easily entertained.

It's no wonder groups have dropped this left and right, though...
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Jumping the shark has been made an art   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by blackmokona
July 27th, 2012, 12:16pm
It was so promising. Everyone except the flight attendant is likable if a bit stereotypical. The island is goddamned terrifying. The battles have, or seem to have, real stake, especially the one with the best friend. That's where EoO hit its stride.

That arc, IMHO, was so emotionally taxing that`EnO went on filler mode for a while. It still had its genuinely interesting moments, but after the friendship bunny is out of the hat it only gets worse. Not everyone can write friendship okay? And you better not pull that over shounen fans where it's friendship power happy unite all the time.

It pains me.

... Last updated on July 27th, 2012, 12:16pm
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Indulgent, But It Keeps On Track   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by b.dasani
June 6th, 2012, 2:27pm
Eden No Ori is very...convenient. There are many conveniently big-chested women, conveniently talented kids, some very convenient saves-at-the-very-last-minute. Everything about this story seems very, er, convenient. The ecchi is over the top and so is the action. The art is tolerable at first, but the author shows great improvement with each chapter, particularly with the animals encountered.

It has its problems, but Eden No Ori can shine when it wants to. In its most compelling moments, the risk for its characters holds weight and feels real. The setting is interesting and provides enough genuine mystery and twists for one to keep feeling invested in the characters' struggle. The characters themselves are varied and become likable eventually, given that you forgive them for a few cliche annoyances - the most important part of them is that they keep on track. The plot never stagnates and neither do the characters' motivations, which I think is important not only to their survival but also in keeping the audience interested in seeing them survive.

Good series. It has its horribly, horribly big flaws, but it moves along nicely, and I admit I look forward to seeing its resolution.
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currently one of my top favs   
Rating: N/A
by masisisd
June 1st, 2012, 9:48pm
Story: I found that I enjoyed the story so much that I would reread the whole manga and the new chapters like every 3 months. I also felt it had some lord of the flies vibe, and love the whole surviving thing even if they are just kids and there r freaking dinosaurs and stuff. It really moved the plot forward and I never feel bored. I hate when mangas just drag out and chaps feel like its just fillers. I love how its a little dark...esp the new chps wit the doctor

Characters: Love the characters, esp the main dude. I always have a thing for the uncool guy who makes mistakes and then learns to become a guy worthy of being the main character. I felt that all the characters had dimension and also loved how even the characters that get killed off in a few chaps were distinctive. And its kinda hard to do that when you have so many characters (to kill).

Art: its ok, not OMG beatuiful like vampire knight or super detailed...wish there was more "depth" to the art work. But its pretty good. I'm a girl and their boobs annoy me a little...

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Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by RaeBabeeyx3
April 19th, 2012, 8:29am
Pretty. Damn. Good.
Though it may be a tad unrealistic, considering the kids' ages and all, the plot TOTALLY makes up for it! Goddamn I read this series and I was totally MINDFUCKED. BRAINBANGED. WTF-WAS-GONNA-HAPPEN-NEXT feeling... Lmao. TOTALLY RECOMMENDED. IT HOOKED ME JUST FROM THE VERY FIRST CHAPTER! Bloody hell.. It explains a lot of knowledge and about human emotions in a very interesting way along with tactics and a lot more. Very creative story. Well deserved 10 from me. smile READ IT OR YOU REGRET IT KIENTS!!!

P.S. Im reading a lot about how "the art isnt good" blah blah... WHAT THE FOOK ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?! It takes so much fucking skill to draw those crazy creatures and shizzz!!! The characters arent bad either, sure Kouhei looks ugly for a supposedly 'hottest guy in school', but its not the art that should make you judge the manga... Why not read the first chapter? Itll take less that 10 mins of your time that you totally wont regret.

EDIT: The ending was completely rushed and left many plot holes in the story. Bullshit ending... It had so much potential too.. It got me all excited for nothing lol.

... Last updated on January 21st, 2013, 7:59am
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A must read manga   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Blood_Wolf
February 25th, 2012, 11:43am
I read some reviews and got thrown off by the negatives. After a while I decided I'd give it a try since I felt like reading a survival manga, and 3 days and 138 chapters later I can't get enough of this series.

Every chapter is interesting with the creature attacks, exotic diseases, uncovering the mysteries surrounding the island, new encounters with survivors, and (obviously) trying to find a way back home. (Although I can't help wincing every time yet another woman is killed, it seems the author enjoys killing off women more than men.) Even though there's lots of seriousness in the manga there are chapters which are there for lighthearedness, which is a nice change of pace at times.

Even though it's not got the best artwork i've seen in a manga the art in the manga doesn't feel like it's lacking at all, and is definetly improving.

The characters are rememberable and personalities are well established, theres around 20 people I can think of off of the top of my head all with their own distinct personality, and there is clearly romantic developments in the manga (not like some manga where nothing will happen for over 100 chapters for the sake of dragging it out).

Lots of people are saying that the manga isn't very realistic but if you want more realism try a seinen title. but as far as a shounen title is concerned this is a very good one. I recommend reading this manga yourself and judging how good it is.
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Very Good interesting Manga   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by jt3z
December 27th, 2011, 1:08am
It has a very interesting plot, good characters, and it makes you want more and more(thats a key for me when i'm reading long manga), Also for the people who say it's unrealistic.... come on people manga aren't supposed to be realistic, manga are not real.
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