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Butterflies ominously proliferate as children whisper rumors of a mysterious creature lurking in the tunnel behind the school To appease its wrath they decide to offer it a sacrifice a human one But this is only the beginning of Nijigahara Holograph which takes place in two separate timelines and involves the suicidal Amahiko; Kohta the love. You won t come away from this story feeling good or happy about yourself and the world around you It s unlikely that you ll close the book turn to the one you love and say You know what I have a feeling that everything is going to be alright Simply put the book won t let you It will take you gently by the hand and guide you on a walk through a world of twisted and broken individuals unable to recover from the pain and loss of the past and perhaps unwilling to Through the eyes of the characters in the book we see the answer to a simple uestion How do you move on from unforgettable unforgivable events Rainbow Field Holograph explores several answers to this uestion no matter how awkward painful or unsettlingThough you won t come away with anything resembling positivity when you read Rainbow Field Holograph what you will come away with is an experience A clear snapshot into lives and feelings you should hope you ll never have to experience first handAnd for that reason I think it s a book worth reading

Review ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ô Inio Asano

虹ヶ原ホログラフ

Struck bully; their teacher Miss Sakaki whose heavily bandaged face remains a mystery; and many brothers sisters parents co workers teachers aggressors and victims who are all inextricably linked to one another Ten years later all will have to face what they've done or suffered through and maybe the end of the world Nijigahara Holograph comp. I m just gonna express myself through a series of gifsI m trying to draw my own conclusions about what exactly the story is about but my thoughts are jumbled and going a bit like this so like was this man raping a comatose patient cuz I saw hospital and then the sex which confirmed it for me later on the story does this dad wanna bone his daughter cuz he got a straight up boner does this kid wanna bone his teacher cuz he also got a straight up boner ARE ALL THESE PEOPLE KILLERS and with weird sense of humours Shit was he fucking his sister are they twins this isn t horror this is crazinessSo yehI still don t know

Inio Asano Ô 7 Summary

Lex challenging and elliptical was named one of the most anticipated new manga at Comic Con International San Diego Hailed as a voice of the current generation in Japan Inio Asano whose Solanin was nominated for Eisner and Harvey awards and was made into a feature film delves into David Lynchian territory with this psychological horror story. One reservation I have with a lot of manga is the episodic nature of its production and how this dictates narrative decisions Like how there are episodes in Uzumaki which could be removed without any loss whatsoever to the whole or the constant cycles of action that bear the reader along across many issues in even something as cohesive as Akira Even Taiyo Matsumoto s narratives unfold in a series of essentially compartmentalized sections I m listing all things that I like or even love here but I recognize the limitations the form tends to place on long narrative arcs that build subtly across a lot of themes and plot movementsI don t know much about how Nijigahara Holograph was composed but it seems like it couldn t possibly have originated as a serial With its multiple timelines character continuity across 11 years obliuely explained crucial actions that may occur off camera or go unexplained for hundreds of pages and elaborate sustained montaging it would just be too confusing for a reader to wait a month and pick up all the threads again Even here in a single volume divided into chapters though chapters that vary in length and do not exactly compartmentalize their plot character or theme all of which unfold over longer stretches though still providing a meaningful structure this can be confusing but in the best way the way that suggests complexity of concept ambiguity and multiple readings in the way that comics rarely dare to be This is brilliant haunting stuff The past s long claw marks on the present the destructive forces that churn beneath the everyday dark portents mysteries that switch direction suddenly in a flash of motion in the corner of the eye


10 thoughts on “虹ヶ原ホログラフ

  1. says:

    A holograph is a document written entirely in the handwriting of the person whose signature it bears Inio Asano’s Nijigahara Holograph is a very powerful comic Asano also created Solanin which I like very much; that one is relata

  2. says:

    You won't come away from this story feeling good or happy about yourself and the world around you It's unlikely that you'll close the book turn to the one you love and say 'You know what? I have a feeling that ever

  3. says:

    Well That was weird and depressing but also intriguing and disturbingI'd give it a 35 but not one that's strong enough to bump to 4I think Thomas Hobbes would really like this book were he alive todayHere's my uick introduction to this storyAn entire town is stuck in a loop of misery despair hopelessness and butterfliesArie was an emotionally damaged young girl and talked about the monster who would end the world a beli

  4. says:

    This is one of those stories you tend to read over and over again just so you could make sense out of it and no matter how many times you read it you find something different about it something you never noticed was right there That is the beauty of Nijigahara Holograph and the gift which comes from the genius mind of Inio Asano the creator

  5. says:

    An elegantly brutal and supremely confident narrative labyrinth rewarding the multiple readings that it demands Highly recommended to fans of Kobo Abe David Lynch and Apichatpong Weerasethakul

  6. says:

    I’m just gonna express myself through a series of gifsI’m trying to draw my own conclusions about what exactly the story is about but my thoughts are jumbled and going a bit like this so like was this man raping a comatose patient cuz I saw hospital and then the sex which confirmed it for me later on the story does this dad wanna bone his daughter cuz he got a straight up boner does this kid wanna bone hi

  7. says:

    One reservation I have with a lot of manga is the episodic nature of its production and how this dictates narrative decisions Like how there are episodes in Uzumaki which could be removed without any loss whatsoever to the whole or the constant cycles of action that bear the reader along across many issues in even something as cohesive as Akira Even Taiyo Matsumoto's narratives unfold in a series of essentially

  8. says:

    A beautiful graphic novel in the vein of Ring and Akira Nijigahara Holograph is one I'd definitely recommend if you like school set stories or urban legends

  9. says:

    A disturbing and chaotic read This tale is based around a chilling myth that in the local area a young girl who is repeatedly reincarnated appears with the ability to predict the future and announces that a monster lives in a tunnel that will bring about the end of the world The townsfolk fearful of this revelation sacrifice the

  10. says:

    This might sound badBut I think he'd be better off not waking up at allA butterfly portends on Amahiko's rooftop reality confession settling