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Rengoku no Karma

Rengoku no Karma

Alternative Titles

English: Karma of Purgatory
Japanese: 煉獄のカルマ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 40
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 22, 2014 to Aug 20, 2015
Authors: Haruba, Negi (Art), Hirose, Shun (Story)


Score: 7.311 (scored by 366 users)
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Ranked: #53812
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Popularity: #4462
Members: 1,439
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /40


Makoto does not have it easy. He gets bullied in School and has problems with his father due to skipping School.

His outlook on life brightens when Kirisaki, a girl in his class, compliments his drawing skills. A while later he sees her getting harassed by the ringleader of his bullies. He decides to intervene, but is cut short by the revelation that she is the ringleaders girlfriend who incited the bullying in the first place.

Depressed by his situation Makoto decides to kill himself. He lands in purgatory, neither Heaven nor Hell with the mission to save the lives of six people, whose life will be negatively affected by his suicide...

His father, his bullies and Kirisaki.

(Source: MU)


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Jun 8, 2015
What an interesting manga.

I’ve read a lot of manga that deals with revenge and bullying. Needless to say, suicide is a frequently discussed topic within those manga. However, it’s rare to see a manga that delves into the effects of a suicide on a victim’s surroundings.

Rengoku no Karma does exactly that. It actually shows a suicide, but then it goes on to show the unexpected consequences of that suicide in relation to those around the victim.

The manga deals with the subject decently enough, though at times it doesn’t explain things thoroughly. For example, why does the manga specifically say six people are affected? I had read more
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Poll: Rengoku no Karma Chapter 2 Discussion
Stark700 - Mar 15, 2015
10 replies by fallenflauros »»
Sep 8, 1:56 AM
Wha happend to the rest of the manga?
Steven15ify - Sep 15, 2015
3 replies by lalalallama »»
May 15, 7:08 AM