東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 6 [Tokyo Guru:re 6]

東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 6 [Tokyo Guru:re 6]

「私、あなたのことが好きになったわ!」犠牲を生み続ける月山家殲滅戦の最中、予期せぬ“隻眼の梟”の襲来。縫われた視界から、秘められた愛情が零れ始める。掬えないその雫は、...

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Title:東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 6 [Tokyo Guru:re 6]
Author:Sui Ishida
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Edition Language:Japanese

東京喰種トーキョーグール:re 6 [Tokyo Guru:re 6] Reviews

  • Paola

    Los volúmenes anteriores han sido, en conjunto, como una continua ráfaga de Q-bullets. Éste fue tan doloroso como Arima atravesándote el cráneo a través de la cuenca ocular con su quinque. Dos veces.

    Seriously tho, ciertas escenas me hicieron llorar debido a la belleza visual y el ataque emocional (aka: feelings, feelings everywhere).

    Mis favoritos: Shirazu, Kanae, Tsukiyama y Furuta.

  • Najihahrosdi

    "I am a sweet dream. Once the sleep falls from my eyes and I start to cry, it's all over"

    The best one yet for :re series. This volume reveals so much important plot device which will bring upon major changes to the story. However, what I really appreciate about this volume is that we get to see- understand more about both protagonist and antagonist and how they are tied together. How the author writes (and draws) his characters' background and personality is simply one of the most complex writin

    "I am a sweet dream. Once the sleep falls from my eyes and I start to cry, it's all over"

    The best one yet for :re series. This volume reveals so much important plot device which will bring upon major changes to the story. However, what I really appreciate about this volume is that we get to see- understand more about both protagonist and antagonist and how they are tied together. How the author writes (and draws) his characters' background and personality is simply one of the most complex writing I saw in this kind of genre.

    He's also an expert in conveying despair and grief. Heck, he made a heartbreakingly good dying scenes. If there a downside, it would be he draws messy fighting scenes that it is sometimes hard to understand the flow. But I didn't mind much of it, I even liked it that way.

    Sui Ishida is a great artist and author. There is a reason why Tokyo Ghoul is my most favorite manga of all time.

  • Fatemeh

    درست وقتی که به نظر میاد همه چی داره روشن می شه... بوم! چند تا صفحه ی گیج کننده توی فصل آخر میبینی که باعث می شن چند ثانیه خشکت بزنه:

    Wait, WHAAAT?!?! O.o

    + Dear Ishida, it seems like you purposely kill whoever I like more... Well, I prefer them to be dead rather than put to your HORRIBLE torments.

  • Ilay

    Eto kahvaltıda yürek yemiş ha. -Gerçek manada olabilir.-

  • Michael Schmid

    Ein übelst genialer Arc endet und ich freu mich jez schon auf den nächsten, der in diesem Band schon sehr gut aufgebaut wurde. Bin wieder voll im Tokyo Ghoul Fieber xD

  • Maria

    R.I.P.

  • Elena

    I'm sad because of Kaneki, his life is getting worse and worse with every chapter. I hope Ishida gives him a happy ending at last.

    It was also sad that Shirazu died *sighs* he was an enjoyable and sweet character

  • Anna

    Una gioia mai però, eh Ishida?

    Spoiler

    Assistiamo all'ennesimo scombussolamento psicologico di Kaneki (e nuovo cambio di colore ai capelli). Per favore, basta fare soffrire Kaneki. Ne ha passate cosí tante. Ora sembra essere diventato si ghiaccio. Ma non ho capito se ha riacquistato la memoria, e perchè ha cercato di uccidere Shuu e ha lasciato le Quinques!!

    E la morte di Shirazu?! Che tristezza! Il vecchio Kaneki/Haise ne sarebbe uscito distrutto. Ma a questa nuova versione non sembra importare.

    Una gioia mai però, eh Ishida?

    Spoiler

    Assistiamo all'ennesimo scombussolamento psicologico di Kaneki (e nuovo cambio di colore ai capelli). Per favore, basta fare soffrire Kaneki. Ne ha passate cosí tante. Ora sembra essere diventato si ghiaccio. Ma non ho capito se ha riacquistato la memoria, e perchè ha cercato di uccidere Shuu e ha lasciato le Quinques!!

    E la morte di Shirazu?! Che tristezza! Il vecchio Kaneki/Haise ne sarebbe uscito distrutto. Ma a questa nuova versione non sembra importare.

    Poi c'è un altro salto temporale e vediamo Urie a capo delle Quinque e Tooru in un'altra squadra, mentre Haise non lavora piú con loro. Questa parte non mi è piaciuta molto. Li voglio insieme, o almeno pretendo una spiegazione per questa decisione!

  • 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 was soooo conf

    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 was soooo confused this volume. Characters looked different from what they did in the past so I wasn't sure if they were who I thought they were or someone else. Then the battles were so confusing, there are normally frames that clarify what happened and I can pick it up and understand what some of the pages said, this time I just couldn't catch up. I did get a few things out of the volume but the art just isn't clear to me. I think this is the first volume where having not read the previous Tokyo Ghoul was a real detriment. I don't have the experience reading the art style and I don't know all the back history so can't grasp the innuendo. I was blessed to have the next volume.

    Here's the thing, this series is deliciously complex. Seriously no manga I've read nears the complexity of Tokyo Ghoul:re. I think that all came to a head in volume 6. Seriously the things I did grasp in the plot were crazy cool and twisty. I know Haise went off half cocked, that some of my favorite ghouls survived and that new ones popped up with a crazy plan to get humans on their side. I know someone died who I really liked (NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!) I think the pacing is really fast, BUT that makes sense otherwise we'd drown in all the characters and there individual issues.

    Dudes the tension is so thick you can cut it with a knife! I don't really understand exactly what happened with Haise (i.e. why the change) in this volume but what it amounts to is that things are all twisted up! His past has caught up with him and now is fallout time. I raced through this volume and I think anyone who has been reading the series will race through it too, its that pivotal of a volume.

    Tokyo Ghoul:re vol 6 is pivotal to the entire series... Haise is changed forever from the confident investigator that we started this story with... And he won't ever be the same again.

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 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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