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Stigma

Stigma

Alternative Titles

Japanese: stigma

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: 1999 to 2000
Authors: Minekura, Kazuya (Story & Art)
Serialization: Wings

Statistics

Score: 7.861 (scored by 736 users)
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Ranked: #12892
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Popularity: #4620
Members: 1,421
Favorites: 28
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Chapters: /10

Synopsis

A man wakes alone. He has no memory, his ony clues to the past are a suitcase full of money and a small wooden cross around his neck. Restless he travels the dystopian world under a gray sky, searching. One day he meets the boy Tito. The boy gives the man a new name: "Stork" and tells him of that he is searching for a bird. Together they travel further and unnoticed the dangerous shadow of Stork's past draws closer...

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Characters

Tit
Tit
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Stork
Stork
Main


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Amadio
Feb 4, 2011
This is not a manga that you read for your fix of quick paced, hot blooded action. This is a manga that you read for it's outstanding artistic, and literary merit. This manga is stunning. But that is to be expected having been drawn and written by Minikura Kazuya the artist and author of such popular manga as "Saiyuki", "Wild Adapter" and "Bus Game".

Stigma is illistrated in beautiful full color on each and every page. It is exciting and refreshing in a world that is domintated by black and white manga. The subtle details in each pannel make it a real delite to read.

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relapsewarrior
Nov 13, 2011
Stigma was yet another example of how narration can make or break a manga. The combination of literature and art made a unique canvas that both the author and the reader can expand on.
I don't recommend it to people who are squirmish about blood or violence, or who are looking for one of those "go-lucky-happy-ending-storys". Overall, this manga had good art, a decent storyline and genius narration, I recommend it to anyone who is more about the "story" then the "ending"
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