Yami ni Hau Mono
The Haunter of the Dark
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Yami ni Hau Mono

Alternative Titles

English: The Haunter of the Dark
Synonyms: Lovecraft Kessakushuu
Japanese: 闇に這う者 ラヴクラフト傑作集

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 12, 2016 to Mar 12, 2016
Genres: HorrorHorror, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Lovecraft, H. P. (Story), Tanabe, Gou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Beam

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Score: 7.321 (scored by 420420 users)
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Ranked: #40652
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Popularity: #9276
Members: 1,060
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Synopsis

The story (which is based on the diaries of its protagonist) is set in Providence, Rhode Island, Lovecraft's hometown and a favorite locale for his fiction. The protagonist, Robert Blake—a young man with an interest in the occult—becomes fascinated by a large disused church set on Federal Hill in Providence's west—the Italian and migrant quarter—which he can see from his lodgings in Providence's Upper East side. His researches reveal that the church has a sinister history involving a cult called the Church of Starry Wisdom and is dreaded by the local inhabitants as being haunted by a primeval evil.

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Jan 21, 2018
Argos99 (All reviews)
Ok, so I might be biased in regards to this review (it even is my first one here on MAL), as I absolutely love Lovecraft and this story--The Haunter of the Dark-- was the first one I read. But alas, bear with me. Also, it can't be a fully-fledged review as these stories barely have any characterization or "meat" for that matter, but it's other things that make it great.

Story - 9
As for the story, it's a fairly simple one. It tells the tale of Robert Blake, more specifically-- his death at the hands of his own curiosity. His wanting of knowledge of the dark read more

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