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Japanese: グレイプニル


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Oct 6, 2015 to ?
Authors: Takeda, Sun (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Magazine the 3rd


Score: 7.041 (scored by 665 users)
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Ranked: #82882
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Popularity: #2772
Members: 2,413
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Shuuichi Kagaya isn't human. He has an unnatural sense of smell, and can transform into an incredibly powerful beast... of sorts. He does all he can to avoid standing out and being discovered, but no good deed goes unpunished, and his decision to use his power to save a girl spells the end for his quiet life.

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May 25, 2016
(Review written based on the 8 first chapter)

Gleipnir is the story of a young boy who can turn into a monster and a girl who happen to know his secret. We follow them on a journey to discover the truth about the monster.

The art is quite good, nothing out of the ordinary but i like it.

The main strength of this manga is probably the duo of main character, the guy is a classic afraid protagonist who believe in justice, while the girl is a totally messed up psycho, it make the duo really entertaining and interesting.

Gleipnir is a really weird manga, but, i recommend it read more
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Sep 16, 2016
In the short span of 12 chapters this manga got my hopes up and died in my eyes, both at the hands of its fanservice. Where I once believed there isn’t a way this can flop, I am left to wonder what I liked in the first place.

Thinking back, it was probably the tension, the ambitious idea, the body horror, the nice reversal of gender tropes and shounen tropes: Gleipnir is structured as shounen, but it’s darker and more cynical, focused on a street brawl “by what means we have” philosophy. I was on board with the raunchy, sketchy art. I even enjoyed the weird read more
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