Me wo Mite Hanase
Look Me in the Eyes When You Talk
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Me wo Mite Hanase

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English: Look Me in the Eyes When You Talk
Synonyms: Me o Mite Hanase
Japanese: 目を見て話せ


Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: May 2003
Genres: Avant Garde Avant Garde, Horror Horror
Theme: Psychological Psychological
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Comic Charge
Authors: Iwaaki, Hitoshi (Story & Art)


Score: 6.931 (scored by 18511,851 users)
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Ranked: #85112
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Popularity: #4531
Members: 3,121
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After a brutal beating at the hands of a group of thugs, a man wakes up to discover that the people around him no longer have eyes.

(Source: Kotonoha)


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Mar 20, 2009
Beatnik (All reviews)
Hitoshi Iwaaki takes a late 21st century violence trigger and runs with it. I am of course talking about the immortal line uttered by thugs all over the world: what are you staring at?

Doesn’t matter if you weren’t, they'll shout it at you anyway; spittle flying. Any excuse for a fight. In this story people are throwing the line at each other all day, and our unlucky protagonist happens to have it thrown at him.

Funnily enough, this guy doesn’t like looking people in the eyes anyway, so the irony is lovely. Even more so when after he wakes up from his read more
Apr 14, 2010
Rampant (All reviews)
I did not really come at this looking for a delinquent style "hilarious" manga, since I do not really care about that. What I wanted was some more Parasyte, and Iwaaki definitely delivers!

For me, the humor derived from his works starts and ends with the art, and this was some of the funniest. Nomura's straight, excessively wide mouthed :| face at the beginning to display his indifference is really humorous and carries the first several pages. When Nomura wakes up to an eyeless world on page 11, the humor jumps into overdrive, keyed around the middle panel on the page where the eyeless doctor dismisses read more

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