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Tomodachi x Monster Vol. 1 Imagine an extremely dark and sadistic version of Pokemon, in which children, accompanied by their monster friends, battle to the gruesome end.Now, as twisted and intriguing as that sounds, Tomodachi Monster really falls flat The art style is not appealing, the pacing is shoddily fast, and the story appears to substitute depth for amusement and shock value With all of the amazingly diverse well drawn, well written, and philosophically interesting manga in circulation, this just really cannot b Imagine an extremely dark and sadistic version of Pokemon, in which children, accompanied by their monster friends, battle to the gruesome end.Now, as twisted and intriguing as that sounds, Tomodachi Monster really falls flat The art style is not appealing, the pacing is shoddily fast, and the story appears to substitute depth for amusement and shock value With all of the amazingly diverse well drawn, well written, and philosophically interesting manga in circulation, this just really cannot begin to compare Ultimately, this is not a manga series I will be continuing on with And it looked so promising This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Best Ammetto che non mi aspettavo una storia del genere Ragazzini che incontrano degli strani amici con dei poteri particolari e si ritrovano a combattere una lotta all ultimo sangue Sangue e cervelli si sprecano sulla pagina.Vediamo come continua Per il momento mi sembra interessante, anche se vero che sto leggendo fuori dalla mia zona di conforto. OMG.i fall in love with this manga so muchit is scary enuf when monster search for a master s soul to share I probably never would have stumbled across this series, if I hadn t been browsing an online sale, and had the blood stained cover of this volume catch my eye I ve always been a fan of taking tropes and twisting them, so the concept of a Pokemon esque world where children use their monster friends to do horrible things intrigued me And, wellI mostly got what I expected, and not a lot else Tomodachi x Monster hits all the bullet points of your standard kids and their monster friends series I probably never would have stumbled across this series, if I hadn t been browsing an online sale, and had the blood stained cover of this volume catch my eye I ve always been a fan of taking tropes and twisting them, so the concept of a Pokemon esque world where children use their monster friends to do horrible things intrigued me And, wellI mostly got what I expected, and not a lot else Tomodachi x Monster hits all the bullet points of your standard kids and their monster friends series Boy stumbles across monster friend in woods, the two become inseparable, other children challenge him to fights hell, there s even the lack of an explanation for what these creatures are, where they come from, and why everyone is suddenly finding them all at once Of course, the twists come into play fairly early The duels usually end with someone s gruesome murder, normal people can t see the monsters, etc Probably the most interesting element added is the explanation for why some of these kids are turning into sociopaths, and I really hope Inui builds upon that plot point, because it s got a lot of disturbing potential.The monsters themselves are interesting, ranging from the totally not a Pikachu lightning critter the main antagonist has, to one that can animate dead bodies, to one that seems purely defensive, andThere s a good bit of creativity on display here with their abilities coming into play in unusual ways.However, Tomodachi x Monster, for all its promise, is a series in desperate need of some explanations not only of what the monsters are, and why they re there, though those are important questions too My main concern is learningabout Carnival, apart from the we re the bad guys placeholder that s about all we ve gotten so far Psychotic children with super powered friends can make for good antagonists, but we as readers need to know why they re all working together, and what their goals are Because as it stands, so far they don t seem to have any.I m invested enough to see if volume two addresses these questions If it does, Tomodachi x Monster could well become a GANTZ type thrill ride of violence, underscored with some real social commentary But if these questions remain unaddressed for very long, this series will lose its chance to establish any meaning behind the carnage, and that would just be sad Time will tell I love the unique idea of this manga, but it can be a little too Gordy sometimes I might think about continued to read this series. Crossing Pokemon with Battle Royale, Vol 01 style gore seems like a good idea for biting satire Unfortunately, the shocking violence of the gimmick is only used to draw readers into a very conventional battle manga story There s no humor or parody or even irony It s just a Pokemon type story where ha ha people die violently.I read I Hate Fairyland, Vol 1 Madly Ever After earlier the same day, and it downright bored me with its similar combination of innocent childhood icons and ultra re Crossing Pokemon with Battle Royale, Vol 01 style gore seems like a good idea for biting satire Unfortunately, the shocking violence of the gimmick is only used to draw readers into a very conventional battle manga story There s no humor or parody or even irony It s just a Pokemon type story where ha ha people die violently.I read I Hate Fairyland, Vol 1 Madly Ever After earlier the same day, and it downright bored me with its similar combination of innocent childhood icons and ultra repetitive ultra violence.If you re determined to try a book in this weird genre, I think Magical Girl Apocalypse Vol 1 at least manages to mix some energy, humor and social satire into the bloodshed Easy simple read with an overly simple storyline and underdeveloped characters. Tomodachi x Monster is a manga series that is a mash up the survival horror genre with Pok mon style monsters who must fight each other to the deathGOTTA KILL EM ALL A mysterious voice beckons Narimiya Wataru, a lonely sixth grader, luring him into the mountains outside his rural Japanese village There, Wataru meets a strange new friend, Peke, a bizarrely cute creature with cross stitches over its mouth Wataru soon learns that there is a hidden world of monsters that partner with young children, and together, they enter horrifying death matches Watch what really happens when kids with no conscience get hold of cuddly little killers to do their bidding Was not ready for how violent this was going to be His a huge breath of fresh air I can t wait to see.

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