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Synonyms: Ratai no Kigen, The Origin of Nudity, Tenshi no Fellatio, Angelic Fellatio, YumeKana, Umi kara Kita Kikai, The Machine That Came from the Sea, Tsuki no Sho, The Book of the Moon, Egao de Sayounara, Say Goodbye with a Smile, Emi-chan
Japanese: Garden


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: 1993 to Jan 2000
Authors: Furuya, Usamaru (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Cue


Score: 7.161 (scored by 255 users)
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Ranked: #69802
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Popularity: #8068
Members: 691
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Chapters: /7


Garden is a collection of Furuya Usamaru's "indie" shorts that were published in Comic Cue, Manga Erotics and GARO. The title is obviously a reference to Hieronymus Bosch's famous triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, with the first story being a homage to said painting. The other stories range from absurd comedies to fantasy and horror. It's a very eclectic mixture, but make no mistake: artistically, Garden might just be Furuya's most accomplished work after Marie no Kanaderu Ongaku.

(Source: Kotonoha)

1. Ratai no Kigen (The Origin of Nudity)
2. Tenshi no Fellatio (Angelic Fellatio)
3. YumeKana
4. Umi kara Kita Kikai (The Machine That Came from the Sea)
5. Tsuki no Sho (The Book of the Moon)
6. Egao de Sayounara (Say Goodbye with a Smile)
7. Emi-chan


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Jan 13, 2015
Before anyone says "if you don't like it, go read something else", I want to clarify one thing. I love dark, surreal and violent manga. This work definitely didn't let me down on those three points. However, Garden falls short on several basic storytelling conventions that make a manga enjoyable to read.

The manga is drawn in an indie style; the art is good and the design is interesting - you keep wondering what kind of freaky creature will pop up next. This is Garden's strong side. The weaknesses become obvious very early on: there's no obvious logic or structure to the events that unfold. I read more
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