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Nouka Suitai no Kikairon-teki Sekaikan ni Kansuru Ikkousatsu

Nouka Suitai no Kikairon-teki Sekaikan ni Kansuru Ikkousatsu

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: An Inquiry Concerning A Mechanistic Worldview of the Pituitary Gland
Japanese: 脳下垂体の機械論的世界観に関する一考察

Information

Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 1994
Genres: Sci-Fi
Authors: Kago, Shintarou (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 5.351 (scored by 452 users)
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Ranked: #144732
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Popularity: #7555
Members: 880
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Synopsis

This is a short comic by Shintaro Kago that portrays a dystopian future where human beings are mostly manufactured instead of born, except for in ghettos where they are mostly abandoned at birth. The story starts with a woman complaining to her doctor/therapist that her husband won't have sex with her and then it goes off on a tangent explaining what happened to her husband and how it came to pass. Involves a car accident that sets loose a dangerous breed of genetically engineered hyper-intelligent killer babies.

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Jul 10, 2013
Polyphemus (All reviews)
This is a short one shot created by the great Kago Shintaro, a mangaka who has arguably created the single most creative and disturbing body of work in this form of media. He attracts a lot of negative criticism by people who expect his work to be serious business, or simple eroguro, or people who are just biased towards the kind of manga he creates in general. He is very unappreciated by fans and critics alike. The problem with the detractors of this manga in particular is that they read the confusing description, take it it seriously, and read the manga expecting Ghost in the read more
May 23, 2013
MexicanAnime (All reviews)
In the world of anime and manga, many fans have come to accept abnormal scenes, situations and characters in what we're enjoying. Perhaps a well developed character and engaging story might have taken an odd twist with its story to entertain us and establish a unique experience. Maybe the premise is so ludicrous and absurd that we can't help to laugh and enjoy it in a "That's so crazy" sort of way.

If I had to categorize An Inquiry Concerning A Mechanistic Worldview of the Pituitary Gland, I'd pick the latter. This One-Shot does not really have any sort of real premise to speak of read more
May 12, 2015
Shioxus (All reviews)
Ah, Kago Shintaro. I hate this man's work, but infuriatingly enough I can't call it bad, because it isn't. Kago actually has a rather imaginative mind into the possibilities of mankind and our future. So why do I hate his work? He doesn't care one bit about taste. Almost all of his work is tasteless, just like the one I will be writing about today.

Nouka Suitai is a one shot about a dystopian future possibility of mankind. And it is actually rather interesting. Kago does not skimp on information, and he goes into very in depth analysis of what he thinks laws and regulations would read more
Jul 10, 2013
purin_oO (All reviews)
All I can really think of An Inquiry Concerning A Mechanistic Worldview of the Pituitary Gland is ???????????????????????????????

I'm 100% sure the only thing that made me read this oneshot was the synopsis. The synopsis sounds very intriguing, like it might be a good read, doesn't it? Do not be fooled. This piece made 0 sense as there was literally no real "plot" to follow and I say that because it didn't make any sense it being all over the place. There was not even a shred of enjoyment while reading this either, only an uneasy feeling sat in the pit of my stomach as I read more

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