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Kangoku Jikken
Kangoku Jikken

Kangoku Jikken

Ongoing 9.8

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Horror Psychological

Eyama Aito, a high school student, is the victim of daily bullying. One day a strange letter arrives inviting him to a “captivity game.“ He may choose one... more

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COMMENTS (32)

Claudie Kessler3/23/2020 4:27 AM

So adorable! I seriously can't stop laughing!

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Darrell Kshlerin3/17/2020 10:07 PM

ayyyyyyyyyyy

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Mya Schmidt12/18/2019 7:52 PM

why is a hentai manga doing here?

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Rebeka Schuster12/17/2019 1:38 PM

Maybe it's because yaoi is better! Sometimes... compared to shojo manga sometimes the 'plot' can move along quicker depending on the type. Honestly it just great to have shorter volume romance stories that tend to update quickly or release complete volumes. Overall it's a huge and very popular genere to get into, don't question it, just have fun!

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Eden Macejkovic11/15/2019 10:02 PM

Highly recommending this manga! The plot was really well done! I instantly got hooked and couldn't stop reading! And hell I even read it twice! ☺️👍🏻😝

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Mariana Yundt10/14/2019 3:42 PM

is this even legal?

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Camylle Lynch10/1/2019 6:53 PM

*correction: I need a dutchko manga

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Asia Weimann9/22/2019 7:09 PM

Who cares if she's tall if she's cute! LOL

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Rebecca Hegmann7/31/2019 5:49 PM

Every smut/harem/ecchi MC will be absolute, utter crap. Nothing new here. Only seinen MCs can be great MCs.

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Lavada Wolf7/25/2019 1:56 AM

Oh, yes! It's wonderful! Loved it so much I bought the hard copy, even!

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Cruz Renner6/2/2019 2:35 PM

truck-san doing his work again....

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Michelle Bahringer5/19/2019 3:43 PM

Try reading it in Webtoon, it's the best and includes the music <3

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Greg Steuber4/30/2019 4:36 AM

Ugghh why??!!!😰😰😰😭😭😭 I love YAOI so much ...but why And my favorite manga/anime is hunterxhunter... This is the last manga that I want to be yaoi.. ...haaayyy such a Shame it ruined the cool image..😥😥 But is it wrong that I also enjoy this one?😆😅😅😅 Ahahah!! I'm truely a yaoi lover no matter who is it...

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Jack Orn4/19/2019 12:32 PM

Thank you...

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Bette Kub4/17/2019 11:11 PM

It was cute!!! Although the ending upset me a bit... The characters were amazing and hilarious, def read again <3

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Rashad Zulauf4/8/2019 2:39 AM

It's a graet story, I wanna see more!

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Jessika Moore2/22/2019 11:05 AM

its gone?

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Ella Heidenreich12/21/2018 7:39 PM

no hay cap carajo

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Leonard Abernathy12/15/2018 11:04 AM

it's sweet but damn does it hurt

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Cleveland Satterfield11/29/2018 11:44 PM

Somebody! give this guy a cookie..

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Dorcas Nitzsche11/5/2018 12:29 AM

yeah i read. sucks.

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Marge Hilpert10/12/2018 8:03 AM

its not what you expect but its cute!

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Daniela Schuppe10/9/2018 2:04 AM

I'm a bit confused. During the pelt reaping community, do they actually kill beastlings? Why did kuzonohora (a beastling) assume that because he had bad fur he was not going to be hunted, even though it was said that they only hunted wild beasts (former beastlings)?

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Jordan Bogisich9/29/2018 6:55 AM

oh yeeees!!! we love alpha male my ovaries is screaming

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Ewell Kiehn9/23/2018 1:28 AM

To continue where I left off: 2. If you pay closer attention to certain chapters, one gets to see rare glimpses of how nameless goons and commoners act and talk, but the thing is, at times when they don't seem helpless, they also exhibit smugness and sarcasm and cleverness, so they don't quite stand out as contrasts to the 'heroes' and 'villains' on stage. There are also those scenes where minor unnamed advisers consult with the named characters, if only to show how intelligent the bigger players are (amusing especially when you see bearded older advisers being lectured by youngish-looking prodigies). There's actually a special set of chapters (331 and 333) focusing on the sad lives of ordinary villagers fighting a campaign not of their choosing. Moreover, my suggestion for readers would be to deliberately focus on the larger aspects of war rather than how certain characters grab the spotlight with their poses and facial expressions and speeches. That way, one can see more clearly the intricacies of Ravages at work... In a way, Chen Mou leaves it up to us as to whether we would read Ravages superficially (a reminder that Chen Mou likes cheesy action B-movies, haha), or in a more sophisticated manner (to match the intellectual effort Chen Mou the 3K fan put into the text). 3. I think Chen Mou deliberately used the Handicapped Warriors as a unique way of introducing the main players of the setting, and after a while they become less and less important (well, except for Liaoyuan Huo, who eventually becomes Zhao Yun). That's also why the early chapters and volumes feel somewhat different from the later ones. The blurry focus is an indication that Chen Mou wants to be more or less even-handed in treating and upgrading the major characters (though he personally admires Lü Bu for some reason). So yeah it's not a typical story where we're nudged into inserting ourselves into a particular set of characters, but it's more like a stylized panorama of the period, where there are more characters and factions to consider. This style has its pros and cons, and it's not easy to implement well 4. You make a good and oft-neglected point about travel scenes. I think this quirk is most evident in those chapters where the perspectives switch back and forth, or those chapters with at least three major perspectives each. However, certain chapters involving battle scenes don't get too many interruptions at least within the chapter, but the lack of local maps would make it hard for readers to follow the direction of travel. Maybe I would also add the lack of detail in sky patterns. At times if the background isn't dark (signifying night or cloudy and rainy weather), it's hard to tell around what time a particular skirmish is set. However, despite all that I am of the opinion that Ravages handles preparation scenes rather well, in the sense that Ravages tends to explicitly lay out in words the various factors to be considered before the start of a skirmish (only that in doing so Ravages defies the maxim 'show don't tell'... this may be a big issue for some readers and critics but not really for me). If anything, what's difficult is in following up the thick and colorful discussions with appropriate depictions, and I have to admit that Ravages doesn't always do well in this regard 5. I suppose by 'supporting character' (as distinguished from in-universe character ranks and titles) you mean a character whose main function is to prop up or enhance some other character, particularly those belonging to the main cast. If so, then you have a point in that even officer and retainer figures (and there are lots of them) don't usually act as character support for their masters, either because they too would seem like big players in their own right (albeit of smaller importance), or they don't always show up alongside their masters in nearby scenes, or they don't have much of a role other than occasionally accompanying their masters. Now, it's possible that Sima Yi's younger brothers would become supporting characters sooner or later, but since Sima Yi himself won't always get the spotlight, that's not likely to happen... That being said, I don't think the problem is that there are already too many characters, but rather in how Chen Mou allots their panel time and role. Maybe one can stretch the notion by considering a special class of nameless but briefly recurring aides of certain minor named characters (the assistants of Guo Yuan and Zhong Yao come to mind), but they're nameless to begin with and don't have much character to them anyway... 6. As for narrators, there's a detached perspective that appears from time to time (not counting the black texts at the end of chapters in the volumes). Usually it just summarizes and repeats what has already transpired (see for instance a portion of chapter 444), and at times it merely mentions certain off-panel and skipped developments (see for instance a portion of chapter 2). There's also the curious case of the 'floating commentator', whereby some classical text is quoted to accompany the scene, or some remarks (sometimes poetic and ironic) are made about certain ideas in relation to the scene. But yeah, Ravages doesn't make use of third-person narrators as much as, say, Kingdom or LOGH. And it's true that the characters of Ravages are really chatty, the Chinese fandom even like to say that the battles of wits in Ravages tend to involve 'verbal cannons'... The dream scene in chapter 1 though starts with Sima Yi's perspective, but we only got to see that after the dream scene, when he wakes up. Anyway, do try to revisit Ravages soon. I understand that Ravages is rather challenging to readers, but the series is packed with so much intellectual stuff that makes the hardship worthwhile (but this means encouraging readers to step up from a more casual approach)

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Colby Armstrong6/21/2018 7:08 PM

Are there more animals to read from?

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Lyla Turner5/31/2018 11:10 PM

Considering how it ends, don't waste your time

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Abdullah Abshire5/31/2018 12:54 PM

Yeah.. like other manga one page only.. its more like that be called a "One Episode" like on tapas manga I read.. haha

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Demarco Treutel5/29/2018 3:48 PM

Look at the f'king date of my 1st post, you 'stupid' a$$. What're you? 10 years old?

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Deshaun Mosciski5/27/2018 6:10 AM

omg I'm crying rn, both happy and sad tears!!!!! YOU MUST READ THIS

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Molly Torp4/18/2018 3:03 AM

I want so much more to this. OMG that was so damn sexy.

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Bert Waelchi4/17/2018 2:50 AM

Thanks bro. Now I know not to read this manga

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