MONSTER TP VOL 05 PERFECT ED URASAWA: The Perfect Edition: Volume 5

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MONSTER TP VOL 05 PERFECT ED URASAWA: The Perfect Edition: Volume 5

MONSTER TP VOL 05 PERFECT ED URASAWA: The Perfect Edition: Volume 5

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It’s still apparent that he is, like, the purest cinnamon roll to ever live, but he’s also starting to appear stretched pretty thin. Tenma being able to piece together what happened at the crime scene felt unbelievable to me, but I wouldn't really know. I enjoyed the panels and scene wherein Nina and one of Roberto's flunkies shot in the other's direction at the same time.

Tenma reaches out to an old classmate for help in explaining Johan's presumed multiple personalities. But when this classmate begins to connect Johan's killings with things a patient is telling him, he realizes Tenma is innocent and helps him escape. Whenever I think I've figured out something, there comes another twist or turn that makes me doubt myself. This volume has everything good about this manga (so far): the side stories with people who get involved in the main conflict unwillingly (though they are not always innocent), the Jean-Javier fight between Tenma and Lunge, and Nina getting into action.On my first read of the series, I was contemplating whether Tenma was actually crazy and Lunge's suspicions that he made Johan up, and that Johan is actually a part of him, were actually true. Ogni nuovo personaggio aggiunge quel quid in più che manca alle altre storie e rende questa universalmente bella. I finally made a Library trip early January, and this was the first book I snatched up before doing anything else. I really enjoyed this volume and was on the edge of my seat excited to find out what was going to happen next.

This is a series that demands to be read close together, as there is so much connection between characters and past events that to forget any of it takes a lot away from later volumes. This is certainly the most action-orientated the manga has ever been, in how it builds up to the moment where Tenma is about to take his first life, whilst the likes of Dr Reichwein, Nina and little Dieter are desperate to save Tenma from making a terrible mistake. But enough on that, let's finally talk about one of my absolute favorite characters in this series: Wolfgang Grimmer. He's a freelance journalist and former East German investigating allegations of child abuse and psychological reprogramming in former East Germany orphanages. I wouldn't be surprised if Urasawa was influenced by the artwork of Katsuhiro Otomo, as he shares his eye for detail and distinct characteristics of his characters.A maioria de seus personagens são alemães; o contexto leva em consideração, a todo momento, a figura de Hitler e os efeitos colaterais de destruição deixados pelo nazismo nesse caminho de ódio, intolerância e sangue. This volume ends on a cliffhanger, and I'm sad I'll have to wait a little while to read the next one! One supporting character, in particular, who is introduced as obviously a nice guy, only to be revealed to be a baddie and thus his presence just reeks of evilness, especially when a torture involving forcibly removing fingernails occurs.

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