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Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction

Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction

Alternative Titles

English: Dead Dead Demon's Dededede Destruction
Synonyms: Honobono Fuufu
Japanese: デッドデッドデーモンズデデデデデストラクション


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Apr 28, 2014 to ?
Genres: ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, SchoolSchool, Sci-FiSci-Fi, Slice of LifeSlice of Life, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Asano, Inio (Story & Art)
Serialization: Big Comic Spirits


Score: 8.191 (scored by 35593,559 users)
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Ranked: #5672
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Popularity: #399
Members: 20,895
Favorites: 787


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Sep 26, 2015
czxcjx (All reviews)

Everyone who generally reads Asano knows what Asano does best.

The early Asano was mainly short stories about the urban alienate in Japan, with an abundance of self-laceratingly aware or angst filled monologues, and also a tinge of magical realism at parts. Nijigahira Holograph was all of that while pushing the themes into the realm of high allegory. Solanin was the feel good indie comic hit. Oyasumi Punpun was his breakdown testing of a completely new methodology, with vast experimentation over all 147 chapters, plenty of sharp humor and purposeful parodical artifice, and read more
Jul 17, 2016
deadoptimist (All reviews)
Read it. It is something you should read, probably now or at least soon. And I say this as a person who always hisses with frustration, when she reads Asano, and is ready to disagree with him in this work too. But DeDeDe is currently so relevant, that it’d be stupid not to explore the living nerve. The collision of life and fiction is like nothing else around, so I’ll keep telling you and others to read it.

DeDeDe is about the anxiety that people of today feel or at least sense brewing, especially the young ones, those with the big unknown ahead and the world read more
Feb 25, 2017
bloggbigg (All reviews)
I started from Chapter 1, which 'tricks' you with a faux story off the bat, then switches to the actual story, for seemingly artistic reasons. it's actually pretty cool, and I kid you not, you might be wishing all of it was like that intro- but I'm getting ahead of myself...

This is frequently called a 'Slice of life' manga- but that's not exactly true. It's just abysmally slow. there is a huge plot just hovering over the lives of the characters, but it is pointedly ignored as far as actual development goes. it's just 'always there', unchanging- and sending out a little hint of progress read more
Aug 31, 2018
ParadoxDelta (All reviews)
I'm a huge Inio Asano fan since I read 'Good night PunPun'. If it wasn't for that, I propably wouldn't have managed to read DDDD to the recent chapter 56. This manga barely shows any progress in the first 30 chapters and mostly evolves around the all day life of some schoolgirls with the small addition that there is a giant mothership floating aimlessly over tokyo since 3 years.

The rather interesting premise and funny character constellations are completely eaten away by the pure boredom of a almost nonexistent progress in a story seemingly heading nowhere. The art is superb as expected with some goofy read more
Jan 12, 2020
Mairlol (All reviews)
Is Dead Dead Demons Dededededestruction similar to Inio Asano's other works? Not really but its still great.

The story starts off as more of a lighthearted goofy Slice of Life/Comedy with pretty slow plot progression which allows you to invest your time into getting to know and eventually love the main cast of characters.

The depressing or nihilistic tone that many of Inio Asano's fans strangely love is ever so slightly implemented in this manga at times, more so in the later half as the plot starts to get more interesting.

Would i say this is Inio Asanos magnum opus? No, not yet. However i can confidently read more