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  • Manga Score: 7.08
  • Author: Story by Yuu Kuraishi, Art by Kazu Inabe, Original concent by Kengo Mizutani
  • Publisher: Kodansha
  • Volumes: 7
  • DB title: Shokuryou Jinrui
  • Rating: 18 and up
  • Genres: Horror
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Dec 27, 2021
cecito (All reviews)
I just binge-read this and I made the effort not to drop this just so I could make a proper review.

This was a terrible horror manga. You could put together a random series of gore images and get a better result that the whole 7 volumes of Shokuryou Jinrui. Why? Because the plot is an absolute mess and the characters are a joke.
It's pretty common to read people complaining about plots and disregarding it because, well, yeah, sometimes some mangas don't have good plots but they're still enjoyable. This is not the case. I will not spoil anything so more people can feel inclined to read more
Aug 14, 2018
Katsoups (All reviews)
Preliminary
I've just started reading this manga and I absolutely love it. Lets go through an overview ( I'll try my best not to give spoilers)

So the story starts with Kazu and I'e, who are both high schoolers. They go on a bus and I'e finds that everyone on the bus are gassed(kind of like in battle royale). He wakes up in a strange facility surrounded by corpses. Then he meets other people stuck in this place, Natsune and Yamabiki. Natsune seems to be very violent and Yamabiki very...gay? Well the four of them band together to try and escape the facility and discover weird things read more

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