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English: The Grudge
Synonyms: The Grudge, Ju-On: Video Side
Japanese: 呪怨


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 29, 2006 to May 24, 2006
Genres: Horror
Authors: Rinno, Miki (Story & Art), Shimizu, Takashi (Story)
Serialization: None


Score: 6.941 (scored by 166 users)
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Ranked: #98942
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Popularity: #13030
Members: 420
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Ju-On - video side - is the manga adaptation of the Japanese horror movie that spawned an enormous franchise in Japan... and inspired a blockbuster Hollywood remake! This chilling tale of murder, secrets and revenge centers on a home and the ugly events that transpired there. The place now has new owners, but there is a vile presence that permeates the building and pollutes every surface. What wickedness set off this unstoppable angry spirit? Why has its bloody grudge infected the home and its inhabitants? In the spirit of The Ring, Ju-On delivers a dark warning of a cursed spirit and the corrupting influence it has on the living. (Source: Amazon)


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Jul 14, 2017
sh1tpostnojutsu (All reviews)
Ju-On, or The Grudge, is infamous in the horror cycle and after a number of films, spin-off and a video game, it was only a matter of time until a manga about it was published. But like the video game, the manga has none of scare factor or charm of the films.

Story: Volume one adapts the story of the first and second television films Katasumi and 4444444444 and Ju-On: The Curse. It's a faithful adaption however the cross from film to manga means it lacks the suspense, the scares and the overall wow factor. The story is mediocre and almost boring.

Art: The art isn't read more


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