With a sense of being watch from afar at the island. Takahisa’s paranoid reaction of uneasiness,Concerned Fuji then eventually everyone with a feel of Curiosity about the island. With a claim that the island is possibly cursed and others wanting to go there to see it. Soon they were Alerted by a suppose survivor by a fire coming from shore.
I have to say this one is the most bizarre in horror when you're reading this, it just feels like you watching a horror b-movie. This manga is very different from all the horror one I've read. It plot is
A mixture of Texas chainsaw/the hills have eyes/ mutated humans horror feel to it. Though I find some parts stupid but funny when there's like a fuck you "every man for themselves" moment you can die first that keeps me entertained, I say it something you might want read for enjoyment. This manga is all about mystery's about what's is going on about with this island and the messed up people who are on it.
The art of gory slash flick are nowhere to be good if only they fleshed out most of the side characters and the history what lies in this wasteland, My kind of expectation while reading most of the chapters which relies most to the bloodshed murderous intentions maybe soon changed.
There is a sub-genre of manga where the story largely takes a back seat, and very quickly devolves into a semi-nonsensical string of events that depict horrible, horrible, horrible, horrible things happening to people for no reason. Usually in this kind of manga guts and body parts start to fly and dismemberment is common. You know, those mangas, right?
This is one of those mangas.
The story starts with several students getting stranded on a strange island with a murderous madman. However, few chapters in it falls apart, and starts throwing weird plot
ideas in, and quickly stops being believable, turning into some sort of grotesque nonsnesne where everybody chops everybody else into pieces, but somehow people have difficulty dying for good, despite all the horrific wounds they suffer.
Story is trashy, art starts out decen,t but gets worse. I think this is one of the cases where stop photos being used for backgrounds are noticeable, but by now I'm no longer sure. Characters are just nuts with no real motive, enjoyment is nonexistent, and overall it is quite bad.
The only reason I haven't rated it 1 is because I've actually seen few stories that were much worse. In this case, it looks like the author had some sort of story to tell, but ultimately failed.
Long story short, it is like one of those trashy horror movies nobody ever watches - with tons of fake blood, horribly shot scenes, and barely believable. Yet some people like watching those.
So, I'd recommend to avoid it unless this happens to be your thing.
Interestingly it turns out htat the author is responsible for other mangas in similar genre - Hokazono Masaya. He's the one that created "Pumpkin Night", which is among the worst I've seen.
From his other works, however, he participated in creation of "Akai Hon" where he collaboraed with someone else. "Akai Hon" wasn't completely horrible, only mediocre. "Insect Princess" looked like it might be onto something as well. So a good idea would be to check out those ones instead.
Overall if you his other works, you know what you get yourself into - horribly done horror with a lot of dismemberments. Occasionally this author produces mediocre and not "hrorible" work (like those Akai/Kuroi hon series), but this is not one of those titles.
This story starts off as a cross between "The Hills Have Eyes" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" on an island, then goes in an odd direction: the psychotic, mutant cannibal clan are by far the most sympathetic characters in it. This is probably this manga's most notable feature, and I think it's biggest shortcoming. The intent was likely to be social commentary, as in even decent people will do horrible things in bad enough circumstances. Instead, it largely just comes off as every single character being a cartoonishly horrible person.
The reason I consider this a shortcoming is because, if the insane cannibals are far more
sympathetic than the people they're hunting, you don't really care if the protagonists live or die and any horror subjected to them is rendered moot. Still, the cannibals' own antics do make the story somewhat entertaining, even if I've mostly been left hoping they'll just kill all the protagonists and be done with it.