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Skyhigh: Karma

Skyhigh: Karma

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Japanese: スカイハイ カルマ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 21
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 23, 2003 to Jun 26, 2003
Authors: Takahashi, Tsutomu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Jump


Score: 7.561 (scored by 1121 users)
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Ranked: #29372
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Popularity: #3071
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Takamaru Mai has been having continuous dreams of seeing a dark, deep pit, snakes, and blood. After being in a car accident and only suffering from a mild concussion, her x-ray results showed a strange image—a hand was grabbing her skull. Mai then begins to believe that she was seeing things that she shouldn't be seeing.


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Nov 1, 2009
After reading the first skyhigh, one can't stop reading
Where the first series was more a combination of independent stories, this one is telling 1 more profound story.
in general it's a quite obscure story, and once you start to read, it's allmost impossible to stop.

as allways Takahashi Tsutomu is capable of bringing a very dark atmosphere in his drawings.
very sharp drawings, good eye for details ...
you really "feel" the story when reading

the characters all seem tormented, but they all handle their burdon in another way...
In this story there are no "shallow" characters

in general this is a very intelligent written manga, with amazing art.

I really recommend read more
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Jul 18, 2010
"Why are humans so sadly and terribly evanescent?"

The 2nd season of the Skyhigh series. Yet instead of the various independent stories that come across Izuka, this series covers just one story. In a way, it seems to be a bit touching but awkward nevertheless. However, the words that seem to ring about humanity still remains.

In the first season, we were left with the concept of the afterlife and the three choices made. Yet in this series, there is more of a realistic and deeper description of it. Apparently Buddhism seems to play a large role in this series, considering that Japan was once a read more
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