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
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!
Long Dream or Nagai Yume is a short story by manga author Junji Ito, which basically is a MUST read manga horror story. The story can be found The Junji Ito Horror Comic Collection. It is also a one-hour Japanese television drama adaptation.
I love this panel from Love as Scripted, from Junji Itou. It brings art to the forefront, and replies in the same language of the one who abandoned the other in the game of love and hearts. That's also one of the reason I went for this comic and write about it today, to celebrate … Continue reading Love as Scripted by Junji Itou
Layers of Fear by Junji Itou is highly triggering comic with complicated mother-daughter relationship that is a must read. Read more to know why.
Junji Itou takes the horror of realities and weaves them into his narratives so effortlessly that you are dived into the world with each panel bursting with beauty and detail. His stories are emotional and objective with questionable conclusions. I mean where to even start with the weird plot that starts believable but goes a … Continue reading Whispering Woman by Junji Itou
Here's another one Junji Ito manga fan review that I am plastering on your TL! This is not gory one unlike his previous ones, so easy for non horror fans too. If I have to introduce his work to friends and see the range of emotions the author of macabre stories deals with, then this … Continue reading Junji Ito Gentle Goodbye