東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 1 [Tokyo Guru:re 1]

東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 1 [Tokyo Guru:re 1]

群集に紛れ、ヒトの肉を喰らう。ヒトの形をしながら、ヒトとは異なる存在…“喰種”。“喰種”を駆逐・研究する〔CCG〕は、あるひとつの命題を果たすため、実験体集団を新設。──?...

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Title:東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 1 [Tokyo Guru:re 1]
Author:Sui Ishida
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Edition Language:Japanese

東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 1 [Tokyo Guru:re 1] Reviews

  • Marsha Lau

    Reading this certainly made me relieved. I wouldn't know what to do if Kaneki had actually died. But it makes me sad that he doesn't remember anything about being "Kaneki" or anybody at Anteiku... Toukyou Kushu is definitely a heartbreaking story; a very good one too. However, one thing I am relieved about is that even though Sasaki is kind and cares for his teammates, he can also be pushy if needed; this is part of Kaneki I loved. One thing I am intrigued about, is the fact that he calls Kishou

    Reading this certainly made me relieved. I wouldn't know what to do if Kaneki had actually died. But it makes me sad that he doesn't remember anything about being "Kaneki" or anybody at Anteiku... Toukyou Kushu is definitely a heartbreaking story; a very good one too. However, one thing I am relieved about is that even though Sasaki is kind and cares for his teammates, he can also be pushy if needed; this is part of Kaneki I loved. One thing I am intrigued about, is the fact that he calls Kishou and Akira his "parents". Seeing him have no recollection about the past 20 years of his life, and going back to Anteiku, is something I need to read more about.

  • Henry

    sui ishida continuing to break hearts across the globe

  • kaitie

    everyday i think to myself where would i be without this series

  • Annie

    SO. GOOD.

    Loved all the new characters and nearly cried because of the old ones. So damn perfect. Can't wait to read the second volume!

  • Magdalen

    I finally started reading it and I think I should have been prepared for this emotional trainwreck.

    The new characters are okay, but I like Urie the most.

    Ishida how dare you play with our feelings again? Arghhhh

    Just when i started missing the old characters well they started appearing and I do not think I am ready for what's about to come.

    I want my Kaneki kun back....

  • Roobie

    ⭐5 stars⭐

    ⭐️5 stars⭐️

  • Nərmin

    How I miss him!!! *fangirling*

    Okay, so we have a new series, Haise Sasaki being a protagonist ( a.k.a. Kaneki - come on! Everyone knows he is alive. ) The first 2-3 chapters were such a bore. But the story progressed and now we have really interesting new characters as well as the old ones.

    Haise Sasaki is...basically Kaneki. LOL He is nice, clever, kind and hard-working guy. He has forgotten about his old life, he thinks Arima is his father ( I still hate him!!!) and Akira is his mother (she is

    How I miss him!!! *fangirling*

    Okay, so we have a new series, Haise Sasaki being a protagonist ( a.k.a. Kaneki - come on! Everyone knows he is alive. ) The first 2-3 chapters were such a bore. But the story progressed and now we have really interesting new characters as well as the old ones.

    Haise Sasaki is...basically Kaneki. LOL He is nice, clever, kind and hard-working guy. He has forgotten about his old life, he thinks Arima is his father ( I still hate him!!!) and Akira is his mother (she is nice ). He is ghoul investigator, half human and half ghoul.

    Also some investigators are operated and transpanted kagune organs. So basically they are half ghouls as well, except not eating humans. Great idea!

    I liked the characters, especially that eye -patch girl/guy. Yes, he is a girl and it was a nice little twist. Also at the end, it was nice to see Touka, Ayato, and other Anteku people.

    However I have many questions about what is happening. Like why they joined Aogiri tree? Why Sasaki forgot his past? Are the other ones who didn't show up, dead? What happened after the great battle? I wish to have answers to them soon.

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer

    In the sequel series to

    , Haise Sasaki has been tasked with teaching his special squad of half-ghouls how to be outstanding Investigators, but this is complicated by the troublesome personalities of his subordinates and his own uncertain grasp of his Ghoul powers. Will he and the members of his squad become heroes or monsters, taken out by the other squads in the Commission of Counter Ghoul...?!

    I think I though

    In the sequel series to

    , Haise Sasaki has been tasked with teaching his special squad of half-ghouls how to be outstanding Investigators, but this is complicated by the troublesome personalities of his subordinates and his own uncertain grasp of his Ghoul powers. Will he and the members of his squad become heroes or monsters, taken out by the other squads in the Commission of Counter Ghoul...?!

    I think I thought this was the acclaimed

    series just come to America but I realize after reading the first volume that it can't possible be anything other than a sequel. I'm actually happy that I never got to read the original series first because it allowed me to give

    a chance without any bias.

    As with all manga I was drawn to the ART first... It is magnificent in this realistic style where the characters stand out but the backgrounds are chock full of the city in which the story is set! You can tell we are in the hands of experience as the framing is superb! Really can't say enough about the art...

    BECAUSE I haven't read

    I was a little lost at moments... especially at the end in the big battle... Ultimately this had a really great balance between putting facts together in a mystery format and battles that take your breathe away!! I really enjoyed this balance and found it quite compelling... except for when I didn't quite understand what was going on.

    I QUITE LOVED Sasaki the MC! He really pulled me in with his desire to teach this group to work together and his personality is composed of nice, clever, kind and hard-working elements that came together really well. I ESPECIALLY loved his alter-ego that was working to control him...

    I enjoyed the twist with Toru and Mado seems like a tough boss... Urie was okay but I get tired of characters who can't see the forest for the trees... but Shirazu is a little dim (which can be funny and tiresome...) So I'm LOVING the women but the men not as much... I do anticipate where they go in the next volume! I don't HATE them... but I felt more strongly toward Sasaki...

    Because I was a little befuddled at times the tension wasn't always high... you kind of have to be in the know to get that things are super serious. BUT the deadline to get a physical description on Torso... that was serious honor stuff there... I did enjoy the plot a ton... coming up against ghouls that it doesn't seem anyone can tackle...! Good stuff and I WAS NOT disappointed by the end of the volume!! I enjoy when the MC struggles, especially when it is an internal battle!

    As a reader this volume was quite good... I'm totally rooting for our team and I'm excited to see where their ghoul abilities take them... I think it will only get better the more we get into it!!

    ⋆⭐⭐⭐⭐ Authenticity

    ⋆⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tension

    ⋆⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Art

    This is a multi-volume series and there may be references to the plot of those volumes... SO READ WITH CARE! Here is my review of

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  • Victoria ♡

    Honestly this was pretty confusing but I get it's gonna explain as it goes on...I'm just glad to be reading this finally!

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