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Shibito no Koe wo Kiku ga Yoi

Shibito no Koe wo Kiku ga Yoi

Alternative Titles

English: You will hear the voice of the dead
Synonyms: Shinin no Koe wo Kiku ga Yoi, Yumi-chan Kitan
Japanese: 死人の声をきくがよい

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Oct 19, 2011 to ?
Genres: Horror, Seinen
Authors: Uguisu, Sachiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Champion RED

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Score: 7.321 (scored by 392 users)
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Ranked: #55872
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Popularity: #5508
Members: 1,623
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Synopsis

Jun Kishida is a sickly high school student who can see dead people. One person in particular is following him around: his childhood friend Ryoko Hayakawa. Even after he uncovered the truth behind Hayakawa's death, she stayed by his side. As he and his classmates get into even more strange and mortally dangerous situations, Hayakawa's spirit quietly aids him.

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Included one-shot:
Volume 4: Yumi-chan Kitan

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More reviewsReviews

Dec 12, 2017
KingAce261 (All reviews)
After reading through the current chapters I found the series rather enjoyable. Now I’m not a horror person so I honestly cannot say if the series is good if you are looking to be scared. Personally I’ve never found how something I am reading can horrify me.

The main character’s interaction as he tries to solve the mystery of the day with the help of a certain being is actually very interesting. Though not necessarily suspenseful I do find myself wondering “what will happen next” or “what does this mean”, but only to an extent. Other characters sadly aren’t that felshed out, save a few read more
Mar 17, 2018
cerwisc (All reviews)
A cute lil' slice-of-life gore manga! Great leisure read, well-crafted but light enough to be enjoyed at your pace.

The story follows the supernatural and violent (and sometimes just violent) accidents of the two main characters and the other hodgepodge side characters of the supernatural club. It is very, very slice of life because the story is a cycle of: nasty stuff happens, our protagonists narrowly escape, and then we accept it, forget it, and move on to the next chapter.

The reasons why I rate this so highly are because one, the story is very clean, two, the protagonists are well-developed and, three, the art read more
Nov 27, 2017
-HippySnob- (All reviews)
Junji Ito : BOOTLEG Edition

A poor man's bland rip-off which contains a heavy filler graffiti EDGY tone. Less gore filled with drastic horror flick. Distasteful scenarios were induce set of crappy panels and teen occultic vibes for people with crippling depression.

In a nonsense way

The series would also consider more than a daily sitcom came from
a b-rated low budget shitty movie where pile of corpse where subsided into bloodlust massacre. There's a bit potential, but along it's premises that lack also it's own current factor. Leaning only the story for such a horrible paced. Despite the background as usual, some of the dialogues which narrated where read more

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