Army of One by Junji Ito is grotesque at best. One of the most popular one-shot stories, Army of One is extremely popular. I read it along with Human Chair while exploring the manga author. You can find this one shot comic in its parent manga, Hellstar Remina. In Army of One there is no … Continue reading Army of One by Junji Ito
A father abandons his family, makes them leave their house by manually digging a hole in the middle of their home, the father is obsessed to create an inn. This comic is funny, but also mirrors many facets of the fathers in our pop culture notebook, and yes also in our lives and reality.
The sequel to the smashing Hanging Balloons, give this Horror Manga Short a read.
When death wears your face, it is terrifying. That's exactly what Hanging Balloons is about. Not the usually cheery nature of balloons brightening your birthdays, and parties and celebrations, no no. These are Junji Ito's Hanging Balloons. These are your faces with death written all over them. Hanging balloons is watching death approaching you WITH … Continue reading Hanging Balloons by Junji Ito
Horror gets us because it plays around our fear of being left out, and here the master of manga horror Junji Ito gives us The Enigma Of Amigara Fault
- a truly amazing horror short story where a mountain is waiting for you to inhabit, but not in conventional sense, heh. Read more to find out.
The story of a town cursed by supernatural events, in Junji Ito's Uzumaki, everyone in the fictional town of Kurōzu-cho (Black Vortex Town) is either obsessed or paranoid due to these seemingly pretty patterns of spirals. Read the review for more!