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Ito Junji Kyoufu Manga Collection - Michi no Naimachi

Ito Junji Kyoufu Manga Collection - Michi no Naimachi

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Synonyms: The Town Without Streets, Near Miss!, Maptown, Village of the Siren, The Supernatural Transfer Student
Japanese: 道のない街

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 2000 to ?
Authors: Ito, Junji (Story & Art)

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The Ito Junji Kyoufu Manga Collection features themed one-shots from Junji Ito in Hontou ni Atta Kowai Hanashi mangazine. Volume 11.

1. The Town Without Streets
2. Near Miss!
3. Maptown
4. Village of the Siren
5. The Supernatural Transfer Student

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Dec 19, 2017
Krugo (All reviews)
This volume collects one-shots mostly dealing with supernatural or occult themes. Let's get right into it.

Story, 6: I appreciated the variety of stories and their supernatural elements, but there were several plot developments that seemed to come out of nowhere (this wasn't helped by the completely unexpected personality changes; expanded on in 'Characters'). The endings were marginally more satisfying than the previous volume for me.

Art, 7: Ito's artwork was solid as always. This volume in particular let him flex his supernatural, rather than biological, creative muscles.

Characters, 4: While characters didn't feel as flat as the previous volume, their motivations and goals were extremely unclear. There read more

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