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Mou Hitotsu no Monster: The Investigative Report

Mou Hitotsu no Monster: The Investigative Report

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Another Monster: The Investigative Report
Japanese: もうひとつのMONSTER -The investigative report-

Information

Type: Novel
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 31
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 2002
Authors: Urasawa, Naoki (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 7.911 (scored by 253 users)
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Ranked: #11652
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Popularity: #5690
Members: 1,283
Favorites: 10
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Details the events of the manga from an investigative reporter's point of view.

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More reviewsReviews

Dec 20, 2011
shino_witch (All reviews)
I wonder why they won’t publish this book in other languages. It surely has some answers for your questions about Monster series. It reveals more background stories and what-was-going-on-while-you-weren’t-theres which you can’t find out just by going back pages. Although I have to admit that it was hard to read a book full of letters, it's worth reading.

349 pages,
26 photo pages,
5 extracted picture pages,
27 sketch pages,
8 ? pages
Aug 12, 2017
dryrose (All reviews)
The whole thing felt like an interview from Urusawa himself. The questions felt like what he wanted to be asked. It has a clearer timeline of events that happened in Monster. The same with 21stCB, it answered some questions but also gave birth to a lot more.

I feel like Urusawa has a repetitive feel wherein he has characters that can be explained by their source. Amazing and pretty realistic to me. Almost everyone doesn't want to be like their parents, but its really hard to deviate because you've already become like them since childhood, and most likely we DO end up like them.

Urusawa has read more

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