The Voices That Call Me
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The Voices That Call Me


Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Genres: DementiaDementia, MysteryMystery, PsychologicalPsychological
Authors: Yamamoto, Naoki (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 5.601 (scored by 470470 users)
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Ranked: #141392
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Popularity: #11745
Members: 862
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A Hikikomori hears voices that lead him to a young girls apartment.


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Nov 27, 2014
Veronin (All reviews)
"The Voices That Call Me" is a one-shot that defines the term 'abysmal'.

It is one thing to create a story with horrible artwork, dialogue, characterisation and themes, but it is another to marry your turd with morally reprehensible scenes which exist for no reason but to shock and appal the reader. By the end of these worthless thirty pages I certainly felt shocked, but not because of the rape, castration and murder-- but because I couldn't understand why anyone would think it OK to publish such a pile of shite.

Allow me to explain the deep, intricate story found in the torturous thirty pages read more
Aug 25, 2013
Asfaria (All reviews)
This is the first manga I have ever rated a "1" so far. I love psychological stories and, while I know they are often confusing and do not always have clear conclusions or lines between reality and make-believe, "The Voices That Call Me" just has absolutely nothing going for it. It is very confusing, has an extremely open ended ending with almost absolutely nothing having been accomplished, has a lot of pointless philosophical banter that goes on for about 6 or 7 pages, and it's also kind of a hentai.

Let me rephrase that for anyone quickly skimming through here, this one shot is extremely explicit read more
Jan 16, 2017
BlokeTokes (All reviews)
A brief and entertaining one-shot for those who understand firstly that this is bizarre and explicit. Other reviewers seem to feel that there's nothing going for the story meaning-wise to justify, in a sense, the goings-on. It's one thing for a manga to entertain through strange happenings, but when a manga attempts to directly philosophize it and bring meaning to it, the audience suddenly shrinks. I'd actually wager that if the mangaka took a more subtle approach it might've connected better with people, as while we all understand words on a basic level, we don't all understand things well through the same use of them.

Anyways, read more
Oct 28, 2020
Ekhein (All reviews)
There are manga that try to be something and succeed, there are manga that try to be something and fail, and there are manga that don't try to be nothing and end up being exactly that, nothing.

And that's the case of this One Shot called The Voices That Call Me, from the author of Arigatou, an amazing manga with a great cast of characters, good use of its art and a good story. And it's curious to say that while i'm reviewing this, because The Voice That Call Me contains the exact opposite of the pros that Arigatou has. I don't know what the author read more

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