Kizuoibito
Wounded Man
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Kizuoibito

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 傷追い人
English: Wounded Man
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 102
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 15, 1982 to Mar 30, 1986
Genres: Action Action, Adventure Adventure, Ecchi Ecchi
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Big Comic Spirits
Authors: Ikegami, Ryouichi (Art), Koike, Kazuo (Story)

Statistics

Score: 6.111 (scored by 143143 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #182972
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #16890
Members: 828
Favorites: 5

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Synopsis

Keisuki Ibaraki is not a man to be trifled with and the pornography company, G.P.X., makes a grave mistake when they kidnap his high school sweetheart, force her to do unspeakable acts and then make her commit suicide. Keisuki is now on a mission of vengeance and will stop at nothing until he vindicates the memory of his dead girlfriend. Travel with him through the jungles of Brazil as he exacts his revenge, one by one, on the unsuspecting murderers. However, hot on his trail, is the pure-as-white reporter, Yuko Kusaka, sniffing out any kind of story that will gain her recognition. Keisuki confronts her and the ensuing Karate battle tests their wills, as well as Yuko's purity. Sit back, relax and let the sultry Brazilian weather lull you into a trance as you traverse through this action packed story!

Background

Kizuoibito was published in English as Wounded Man by ComicsOne from September 28, 2001 to April 1, 2002.

Characters

Misty
Supporting

Reviews

Feb 27, 2024
Spoiler
This story reads like a smutty fever dream overlaying an over-the-top 70s/80s action movie. It is important going into it that the reader understands this is intended to be a work of comedic absurdity making fun of the macho-genre. This sometimes is not clear with how it is written though. I would take it as a form of "dry Japanese humour" akin to how British humour can be. With that in mind, it still has some flaws that keep it from being a great absurdist work.

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The Good:
The story will always be intentionally crazy. Like him fighting a native Brazilian tribe with a tree trunk ...

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