オールドボーイ―ルーズ戦記 8

オールドボーイ―ルーズ戦記 8❴PDF❵ ✑ オールドボーイ―ルーズ戦記 8 Author Garon Tsuchiya – Heartforum.co.uk Imprisoned without explanation for a decade by a wealthy former schoolmate, Goto now comes to the endgame against his tormentor If Goto cannot uncover the secret behind the schoolyard grudge, he'll ea Imprisoned without explanation for a decade by a wealthy former schoolmate, Goto now comes to the endgame against his tormentor If Goto cannot uncover the secret behind the schoolyard grudge, he'll earn his death and the death of the girl he lovesjust as his adversary will accept death if Goto can unlock his memories and the meaning behind them But there's to the game locked away in memories, and even the end of the game may not mean the end to the war!.

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  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • オールドボーイ―ルーズ戦記 8
  • Garon Tsuchiya
  • English
  • 05 February 2019
  • 9781593077228

10 thoughts on “オールドボーイ―ルーズ戦記 8

  1. Himanshu Karmacharya says:

    After such an enthralling build-up, the big reveal was definitely, a let-down. The problem with the big reveal is not the reveal itself, but the way it has been executed, like the Martha Scene in BVS. And, there are still some subplots that the writer didn't explain at all.

    Despite the disappointing revelation, the volume is still good, and the epilogue opens the road to so many possibilities.

  2. Mike Pearson says:

    Based on the ending and the disappointment in the lack of payoff (especially compared to the movie), I would have given it two stars. But since my heart was in my mouth as I charged through this volume, I have to give it props for building the tension and suspense so brilliantly.

    I wasn't as struck by the manga's signature atmospheric art style, I'm not sure if that's because I was rushing the read or if it had genuinely run out of steam by the end.

    I hate to be 'that guy', but I'd recommend the film over the manga. The obsession, the twist, the desire for revenge was so much more believable and rewarding, and I still think about it years after watching it. This was pretty cool and different (I loved it that the manga and film are so different!) but it was ultimately frustrating and forgettable.

  3. Laura (ローラ) says:

    Great finish. I know some people found it weak. But, it was just what I'd expect from a master of the Japanese psychological thriller. So good. So frustrating. And sometimes totally irritating. And so hard to put out of my mind after reading it. It's been sitting on my bookshelves for a couple years now, I don't know why it took me so long to actually read it. Definitely my best new read for the year so far!

  4. Noah Soudrette says:

    Well, while I found the ending and revelation of the incident to be quite disappointing, the build up was still excellent and the epilogue leaves the ending open and somewhat overshadowed by possible future events. All in all a great series, but, as usual, the end just didn't live up to the ride.

  5. Tyler says:

    Fans of the movie will be greatly disappointed in this manga version's weak ending and agonizingly long build up. Absolutely brutal final chapter to what had been a rather decent series.

  6. Asif says:

    Just when you think that stalker is crazy, you see how crazy he really is. Very good finish.

  7. Rajkumar Pagey says:

    When I picked up this series, I had the movie in my mind. I was surprised with the lack of violence in the manga.

    That brings us to the main thing I wanna discuss: motivation. The motivations of the protagonist and the antagonist are completely different from the movie and for me, that was the best part. Ohk, the villain's motivations, which we find in the last chapter, made little sense to me. But that gave the ending even more impact. We will keep guessing whether this deranged maniac had any other cards up his sleeve. Some mysteries are never solved.

    This is in stark contrast to the movie as the motivations were not vague. The characters were not doing things because they were deranged. They cards are all on the table. It is an action thriller.
    I believe that one should both read this manga and watch the original Korean movie in order to really enjoy the full experience.

    And a non-brutal ending isn't such a bad thing, is it?

  8. Kerem Çağatay says:

    It would have my 5 stars plus my appreciation if the ending was a bit more... Satisfying! Yeah, I was expected it like it is on the movie. Maybe that's the problem other people have, too. But anyway, the storyline is detailed much better than the movie, and a good amount of characters (sidekicks, henchwoman etc) get involved in some necessary situations which shouldn't be left unfilled. And I liked the graphics.

  9. Tim says:

    Relaxed, but engrossing

    This story continues at a very relaxed pace, yet it doesn‘t feel dragged out or protracted. It definitely held me for the duration.

  10. Robin says:

    The entire manga was a build-up to an ending that was uninspired. Quite anticlimactic.

    Compared to the film adaption, I wasn’t impressed.

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