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Liar Game

Liar Game

Alternative Titles

Japanese: LIAR GAME

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 19
Chapters: 203
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 17, 2005 to Jan 22, 2015
Authors: Kaitani, Shinobu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Jump

Statistics

Score: 8.511 (scored by 17629 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet published' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #1322
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #66
Members: 43,781
Favorites: 3,331
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Ranked #132Popularity #66Members 43,781
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Volumes: /19
Chapters: /203

Synopsis

Wishing she would live up to the ideal, Kanzaki Nao's father named her thusly for "honesty." Nao has more than lived up to her father's wishes—even exceeding them and earning the label of "a foolishly honest girl." This makes Nao the least qualified candidate for the high stakes "Liar Game," where winning requires deceiving the opponent out of their money and losing means receiving massive debt; however, that doesn't stop a box containing a hundred million yen in cash and a card informing her of her participation in the game from arriving at her doorstep, nor does it stop her from being promptly tricked out of the entire sum of money. Upon hearing that a genius swindler, responsible for the bankruptcy of a major corporation, is being released from jail, Nao goes to the swindler, Shinichi Akiyama, to enlist his help. With that, the two are drawn into the dark, greed-filled, and deceptive world of the Liar Game.

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Background

The first four volumes of Liar Game were published in Spanish by Planeta DeAgostini between 2009 and 2011.

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Characters

Akiyama, Shinichi
Akiyama, Shinichi
Main
Kanzaki, Nao
Kanzaki, Nao
Main
Fukunaga, Yuuji
Fukunaga, Yuuji
Supporting
Yokoya, Norihiko
Yokoya, Norihiko
Supporting
Akagi, Kouta
Akagi, Kouta
Supporting
Forli
Forli
Supporting
Kurifuji
Kurifuji
Supporting


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Moetrice-Sama
Dec 20, 2009
When I first started Liar Game, I had pretty low expectations, thinking it was probably some Death Note rip-off. Boy was I wrong. While at the the beginning, I seriously considered dropping this manga, for reasons I'll explain later,I am EXTREMELY glad I didn't! This is a manga that will leave you at the edge of your seat, begging for more.

Story ~10/10~
So, in a nutshell, a stupidly honest girl gets mixed up in a game where you must lie. The first thing she does is fall for a lie, and seeks help from an ex-scam artist.
All in all, it's pretty original. But if read more
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Ginaz
Dec 3, 2008
At the begining, Liar Game looked like anohter irrelevant thing, but when I started reading it, I was trapped untill today. This manga has a very good psichologycal style that explores the deepest parts of human ambition: seeing how each different character thinks and behave differently in the same situation keeps your attention drawn on every moment, allowing Liar Game to be an outstanding story.

Story: It has a very original idea, about a girl who sees herself trapped in this game, where she has to lie in order to live, Anyhow, she's got a problem: she is stupidly honest.

Art: The drawing in Liar Game is read more
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Harrismatic
Jul 5, 2015
It's been a couple years since I first discovered Liar Game, and it has all the elements that can draw me to a fictional story : an intelligent plot, a collection of interesting characters, and a truly original premise.
I read a few arcs (which were very good) and decided to put it on hold until the story finishes because I am not that patient a person.
And when I finally decided to take it again .. boy, does it deliver.

The first thing you'll notice is the drawing. It's quirky and veers to the unusual (especially the reactions), but it really sets a tone to the read more
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yuna733
Jan 31, 2015
This is an epic story that I have been following for years now, and I can't believe it has finally ended. *cries*

The story is a very VERY intense chess match that isn't filled with cheesy stuff like the power of friendship, but is more on actual logic. It's really unique, and it feels like every move, action, and reaction of the characters has been researched beforehand to make everything that more realistic. The games are probably the best part, and it's probably because of them that I finished this manga.

The art is not that pretty, and the reactions seem very exaggerated, but the story definitely read more
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