東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 5 [Tokyo Guru:re 5]

東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 5 [Tokyo Guru:re 5]

「私があなたの神様になってあげる──」進捗をみせる「ロゼ」討伐作戦の最中、“個”を発揮し始める、歴戦の捜査官たちと、次第に“空白の20年間”に迫る佐々木琲世。疑問と真相の...

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Title:東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 5 [Tokyo Guru:re 5]
Author:Sui Ishida
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Edition Language:Japanese

東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 5 [Tokyo Guru:re 5] Reviews

  • Mai

    Damn this was a bloody mess of an arc!!

    especially chapter 53 to 57! (Ishida-sensei is a pure sadist :( )

    Damn this was a bloody mess of an arc!!

    especially chapter 53 to 57! (Ishida-sensei is a pure sadist :( )

  • Ella

    These chapters are just a perfect example of why I love this series. Sui Ishida is a god of writing, I swear. So much insight into Kaneki's character. It blew my mind.

  • Rebecka (is hilarious, shut up)

    What the hell... Ishida is a confirmed mass-murderer of feelings. I don't know whether to curse or praise him.

  • Auntie Terror

    So far my favourite of the sequel series.

  • Michael Schmid

    Es wird einfach von Band zu Band besser *___* Dieser hier war zudem mal wieder sehr geilo brutalo krank %DDD

  • Maria

    WOW! This was very dramatic even by Tsukiyama’s standards. Incredible!

  • Taylor Ramirez

    I wasn’t expect an all out fight. In this Shu’s family is discovered of being a bunch of ghouls so there’s a big fight. Sen/Bandage girl got Kanae and made him crazy…er, crazier. There’s a really great seen between Akira and Kaneki where she hugs him. I’m pretty sure Amon’s out there somewhere. Lots of people die, including Hairu who was really cute. Then a random monster came at the end. Overall it wasn’t the best fight ever but I still enjoyed it.

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer

    As this is a multi-volume series my opinion is also influenced by the previous volumes... THERE WILL BE MINOR REFERENCES TO PREVIOUS VOLUME - SO READ WITH CARE! Here is my review of

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    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 complica

    As this is a multi-volume series my opinion is also influenced by the previous volumes... THERE WILL BE MINOR REFERENCES TO PREVIOUS VOLUME - SO READ WITH CARE! Here is my review of

    and

    and

    and

    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...?!

    WOW! Having never read a series by Sui Ishida before this one I see this is his strength... leading us to the water and then trying to drown us with sudden plot twists! And boy were they mega huge!! What happens to Kanae, the Rose servant that I root for is massive and creepy and GAH! I don't know if I love it or hate it, but it was a wild ride and I don't regret a moment of it... we get more back history of him as well that I appreciated.

    Shu is back to normal now... he wants to awaken Haise to himself but that changes as his own life takes a drastic turn. We see that Kanae isn't his only servant that loves him to death and I admit I was affected by the love they hold for him. Haise's story is perhaps the most anti-climatic... perhaps because I don't have the previous series to go on, but I do like that he goes to the one who he knows is a ghoul... not to capture him but to get answers. I admit I was totally shocked by the end and that made up for my previous disenchantment.

    The tension was really high in this volume... probably because we are seeing the Rose family being stripped of their ability to exist. I quite like Shu and want to see him continue... And Haise is just breaking down (and so swiftly) and that is hard to watch as he's normally an upbeat go-get'em character. But it's Kanae that really made me all tense!! GAH! Who is that person?! Why did they do that to his face?! How does it work? (Do I really want to know?! Probably not!) The battles though really upped the ante too as investigators I don't really like (who are as bad as the ghouls) get into some sticky situations!!

    While I think Haise's sudden break down is well, sudden, it was also coming the whole time. He was able to maintain a mental break because he didn't know enough to be more than uncomfortable. Once he realizes he actually has access to the truth and can guess what that truth is... he's pretty freaked out! But I really felt for Shu... seeing his world dissolve, right when he was able to rejoin it... pretty tough for him and I find myself wanting both of these characters to somehow continue to co-exist. I do appreciate understanding what RE means and where it came from!! (Note: the scenes at the beginning of the volume!)

    Okay... the art... My favorite part and with a favorite series the rating rarely changes... so why is this the only aspect of the volume that I was a little disappointed in... Well I was still confused at times what is happening and this time with the superior twists, plot and coming together of the story that Sui Ishida has been building, I realize that my confusion stems from the art and the conversation bubbles rather than me just not getting it.

    It's hard to come back to the series and not quite remember who is who and then there are no names! The CCG people can also run together a little so I'm confused until they express themselves through some action. Don't get me wrong I LOVE Sui Ishida's art but keep rooting me back into the story so I'm not confused at first.

    This is considered a horror manga and finally I see why in this volume... its a little gruesome but if you want mega-story, you want to experience the lives of ghouls, supernatural beings, then you NEED Tokyo Ghoul: RE (vol. 5) in your life! Haise, Shu, Kanae and many others give us characters to root for and arcs that take you on wild rides...

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    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tension

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot

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  • Aleksandra

    This is the prime example of what I love about Tokyo Ghoul manga.

    Intense, action-packed, so many feelings, vivid artwork, great character dynamics and multi-dimensional characters.

    Special shoutout to Tsuskiyama's arc, Kanae, Haise, Matsumae and

    is the only story with memory loss as major trope that I actually like. Usually I stay as far away from it as possible, but in this manga the trope

    This is the prime example of what I love about Tokyo Ghoul manga.

    Intense, action-packed, so many feelings, vivid artwork, great character dynamics and multi-dimensional characters.

    Special shoutout to Tsuskiyama's arc, Kanae, Haise, Matsumae and

    is the only story with memory loss as major trope that I actually like. Usually I stay as far away from it as possible, but in this manga the trope works wondrefully. I'm enjoying Haise-Kaneki-? a lot.

    One thing I'm curious about, am I the only one who's rooting for ghouls? I know the whole series is called

    , I'm kinda supposed to like them, right?? These lovely human-eating being. But the investigators are mostly despicable and I don't agree with their methods 95% of the time, and yet they dare to ooze some moral superiority over ghouls (who aren't saints either, of course). I don't like ghoul investigators. The only time I was on their side was during the Auction arc.

    Loved this volume.

    The actual rating is 4.5 stars.

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