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Burning Hell: Kami no Kuni

Burning Hell: Kami no Kuni

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Japanese: BURNING HELL 神の国


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 16, 2008 to Jul 14, 2008
Authors: Yoon, In-Wan (Story), Yang, Kyung-il (Art)
Serialization: Big Comic Spirits


Score: 7.261 (scored by 1383 users)
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Ranked: #58362
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Popularity: #2647
Members: 2,462
Favorites: 14
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Chapters: /4


There is an island where both Japan and Korea unload their most dangerous and violent criminals. It's said that the island has become hell on earth, and anyone left alive there have become demons. The latest drop-off at the island is a very strong, very violent murderer. Will he be able to overcome whatever he might find on this hell island?

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Nov 12, 2009
Burning hell chapter 1

Really cool manga I got too say! The story is about a remote island between Korea and Japan where they sent some of their prisoners. The first chapter is truly bloody and ful of cool fightings and also very good flow. The flow is like something will always happen and it doesn’t stop, you’ll get crazy if you have to stop. Which I had too so I’m crazy.
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Jul 19, 2010
Youn In Wan and Yang Kyung Il, known for the masterpiece Shin Angyo Onshi, introduces us to a new manga called Burning Hell. This has somewhat of a historical reference, back during the time where the koreans and japanese were fighting. I found this manga to be pretty damn interesting.

The story is about an island that harbors criminals and lawbreakers from japan and korea. Two people that stand out the most are Juu Juu (japanese), and Han Kim(korean). Juu was sent to the island because he was a monstrous murderer, and Han Kim was sent because he was a freakish doctor. As expected, the two read more
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May 1, 2011
Kyokudo, an island in between Korea and Japan where the crème de la crème of serial killers that COULDN'T be executed were sent from both countries. We meet Juu, who has a hunger for death and corpses (literally), can break iron chains with his awesome abdomen and has a crazy-assed pseudo-afro. He thinks that the island is deserted until he meets Kim Han who has a nasty passion for autopsies and is gruesomely skilled with knives.

And there started a beautiful friendship...


They just wanted to kill each.

I enjoyed the story very much; you had corpses, blood, crazy hairstyles and sword-fighting: what could you want read more
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Aug 9, 2013
It happened so fast that my cynical mind had to pause to think for a fitting review. Burning Hell might be short, but it truly had somewhat of a thing going on there.

It tells a tale of an overpowered main character with a mental problem who's good with a sword with a taste for human flesh (uhuh...we need more characters like that) who us sent to a prison island and meets up with another overpowred main character with a mental problem with a fetish for skinning humans. Who is a female.

The story is alright and original in its own way although we have seen several read more
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