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Hideout

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Everything is marvelously shaded, detailed, and bleak, which makes the gruesome content of Hideout so much more potent than it would be with only a "good" artist working on it, as opposed to an excellent one like in this manga. It was serialized in Shogakukan's seinen manga magazine Weekly Big Comic Spirits in 2010, with its chapters collected in a single tankōbon volume.

Please use the Bookmark button to get notifications about the latest chapters next time when you come visit Mangakakalot. The premise (the couple getting lost and stumbling into an utterly horrific experience) is executed well enough.shock value is fine in mangas ESPECIALLY horror mangas, but if thats all the manga has to go of then don't be surprised if it gets such low scores. But this does not deter Seichi, it determined him, his decision is clear: Tonight, he will kill his wife. Ore Igai Dare mo Saishu Dekinai Sozai na no ni "Sozai Saishuritsu ga Hikui" to Pawahara suru Osananajimi Renkinjutsushi to Zetsuen shita Senzoku Madoushi, Henkyou no Machi de Slow Life wo Okuritai. Probably not as it felt like a waste of time after I finished reading it, but if you want to look at some dark edgy art then go for it. However, when his plan goes awry and his wife manages to escape, Seiichi follows her into a dark cave, only to find himself trapped inside and soon hunted by a savage creature with an insatiable hunger for human flesh.

First of all, I'd like to say I'm not familiar with any of Kakizaki's other works (mostly referring to Rainbow since that's his most famous one), so I'm not going to be making any comparisons to anything else he's worked on. Overall, this manga seems to be made for shock value as all it has going for it is the extremely dark art.Overall it could be classed as cliche-ridden, as it borrows asinine plot frequently seen in Hollywood trash horrors, albeit that Japanese peculiarity to add dose of aberrancy really supplements the status of this piece to class it as a bit above mediocre or even unique for some aspects at least. I'm not sure that I would be driven to the extremes the protagonist goes to, but it's all part of the tragedy, so I guess it's fine. Affixed to above mentioned is the abundantly embellished art style which is a meritorious element, and perhaps will serve as a stimulus to continue till the end, that is, if you will consider plot to be atrocious, or predictable. Written and illustrated by Masasumi Kakizaki, Hideout was serialized in Shogakukan's seinen manga magazine Weekly Big Comic Spirits from June 14 to August 23, 2010.

Kakizaki is almost up there with Kentaro Miura (the author of Berserk) in the horror scenes department. Hideout (stylized in all caps) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Masasumi Kakizaki. While there's nothing like actually holding a book in your hands, there's also no denying that the cost of those books can add up quickly. Given that it's only 9 chapters, it does a pretty good job of making you feel involved and making you care about what goes on.

Now the list of the negatives of the manga: the characters are really undeveloped, the ceatures/monster are undeveloped, the story is undeveloped and feels rushed (obivously). The day his editor put an end to their collaboration, darkness seeped into his life faster than a bullet.

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