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Ana Satsujin

Ana Satsujin

Alternative Titles

English: Peephole
Japanese: 穴殺人

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 135
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 6, 2013 to Sep 23, 2016
Genres: Ecchi, Horror, Romance
Authors: Larsson (Story & Art)
Serialization: Manga Box

Statistics

Score: 6.861 (scored by 5232 users)
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Ranked: #104402
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Popularity: #486
Members: 12,771
Favorites: 194
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Volumes: /8
Chapters: /135
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Synopsis

As the weight of his innumerable failures in life take their toll, Etsurou Kurosu comes to a sole solution—take his own life. Tying a belt around a wall hanger and setting it around his neck, he lets the noose do its work. However, he panics and his flailing creates a hole in his wall. Through this hole he sees his beautiful neighbor Rio Miyaichi, and peeping at her daily life soon becomes his obsession.

However, during one of his spying sessions, Kurosu witnesses Rio's shocking hobby—murder. Though she realizes that he has seen too much, Rio does not kill him. Instead, she offers him a simple proposal: accept her for who she is. Agreeing to this, Kurosu begins dating her. While Rio continues her systematic murders, she starts to involve him in her ambitious plans as well. Now dragged into the seedy underworld of killers, Kurosu not only struggles to stay alive, but to also understand his murderous new girlfriend.

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Background

Ana Satsujin was simultaneously published in Japanese, Chinese and English (as Peephole) through DeNA's Manga Box app.

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Nov 15, 2016
Alpha126 (All reviews)
Let's get to it:

This manga was fairly good for the first half.

A mysterious sexy broad with a loser who no one cares about, typical combination.

You get a good mix of comedy mixed with gore and sex for the first half. After about chapter 75 the manga goes so far down hill I almost dropped it. The ending was the worst I had ever seen and would recommend the first half up to the point she (spoiler) says she won't kill anyone anymore.

The manga was dope till the second half, then turned shittier than a dung beetle at Thanksgiving.

I'm gone
Oct 2, 2016
spitinmymouth (All reviews)
When I first began reading Ana Satsujin I thought it was going to be one of my favourites. The premise was very interesting to me and the first half of the story or so was very good. It has a mix of gore and comedy that keeps the whole thing very playful. The despair the main character feels about his life is exactly what I was looking for.

About half way through, however, I felt as if the writer just kind of lost interest or did not know where to go. The cool side characters we were introduced to in the beginning of the read more
Jan 3, 2017
Yautja (All reviews)
Lasted a lot longer than it should have.

Was pretty formula, loser guy and hot girl. Except for fact that she, ya know, murders people.

At the beginning of this series I found it relatively average and enjoyable. (I got this weird soft spot for Yanderes, and well all types of deres, but Yanderes specifically.) It wasn't anything special but it sure wasn't bad, until we went the memory loss route.

This manga should have ended along time before that point, probably with some Romeo & Juliet style suicide. Instead of this your princess is in another castle BS. It was bad enough using the memory loss cliche, read more
Oct 1, 2016
Noobverest (All reviews)
This manga is a really twisted manga without much development.

Basically, it's just a giant mess and it felt as if the author really wanted to make the manga very gory.

I was expecting a manga like Monster, where it was psychological and slightly horrifying; that was a good manga. Ana satsujin is a very simple manga that dwells on death. In a sense, it's "death porn", an extreme emphasis on death to the point where it feels like it's erogenous. There's even a character that gets excited from corpses, which just makes it a tad bit more apparent.

The manga isn't really horrible, but it's not read more

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