By: Junji Ito
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery, Psychological, Sci-fi, Seinen, Tragedy
Serialized in: Big Comic Spirits
Something is rotten in Okinawa...the floating stench of death hangs over the island..What is it? A strange, legged fish appears on the scene...so begins Tadashi and Kaori's spiral into the horror (and stench) of the sea.
*Includes two bonus stories called
• The Sad Tale of the Principal Post in vol 1.
• The Enigma of the Amigara Fault in vol 2.
WARNING: THIS MANGA CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES AND IS GURO, NOT FOR EVERYONE
Love this crazy-ass manga.
I saw the movie by mistake... in the beginning it wasn't so bad. but then it just became disgusting. whenever I remember it I feel like vomiting :S
it kinda made me hate anime a little...
Gyo is just trashy; not much to stomach, all love. <3
I don´t know if you guys saw it but there is an adaption
Isn't that a bit too much CG? O_O
Considering that manga and this adaptation are ten years apart I do not believe it is quite honest to the original ...
Oh well. I love the manga but that looked hilarious so I'll watch it
The anime is so terrible. But in a bad way.
There's fucking tits & ass all over. What the what?!
I read this one a couple years ago. The gross out power of this manga is astounding, it left me with a weak stomach everytime I read several chapters. It didn't get easier to handle the more I read either because it just keeps. getting. worse.
Call it art or whatever but one thing is for sure, it has a strong effect.
Didn't really feel affected by it. Maybe I have a strong stomach?
Anyway, fun read. Trashy horror by Ito. Thumbs up. Though the movie looks awful. Don't understand why they made Kaori the main...
And that The Sad Tale of the Principal Post one-shot was hilarious. Short and sweet.
Kudos for keeping it together Googlez, your tougher than me. I guess manga like this really gets to me when I start to imagine it as a real life situation. The stuff with the girlfriend was the absolute worst..the bloating and all the tubes going in to orifices..yeesh, it was nasty.