• Title: 魔の断片
  • Author: Junji Ito 伊藤 潤二
  • ISBN: 9784022141514
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Exceptionally gruesome. All these Japanese horror stories are Ju-On ("The Grudge") adjacent! Most of them lack a coherent purpose or strict motive-- which is precisely what makes them all the more eerie and beautiful!!P.S. Isn't the cover a beaut?

    2. Let me just get this out of the way before we start the review: For my money, at least two of the greatest masters of the weird tale who have ever lived are alive today and working in comics. One is Mike Mignola, and the other is Junji Ito. This is not just Junji Ito’s first horror collection in eight years, but it’s also the only collection of his unrelated horror shorts that’s widely available in print and in the English language right now. That, in itself, is enough to make Fragments of [...]

    3. This was RIGHT up my alley I couldn't put this down. Junji Ito has a way of telling a story like no one else. These stories were twisted, weird, and had some of the best artwork I've ever seen. Highly recommend!

    4. DISFRUTA DEL VERDADERO HORROR Y PIERDE LA CABEZA. Las palabras que identifican a este libro es ENFERMIZO Y te dejará INQUIETO TODA LA NOCHE. . Junji Ito volvió a cumplir su objetivo en el horror. ¿Para qué leer Fragmentos de horror?1. Para conocer historias dementes y enfermizas acompañadas de horror, sadismo, circunstancias un tanto asquerososas. 2. por que cada cuento es original y bien cerrado. 3. Amantes de los seres paranormales, de la muerte irreverente y la oscuridad de la mente huma [...]

    5. From the horror manga-ka author of the masterpiece Uzumaki and Museum of Terror, and after an eight year hiatus, here’s some short stories, some comedic, some scary, some icky, a ghost story, such a range of stuff that he apologizes for in the preface as lame. Not so. I like most of them a lot. I admire how the drawing principally creates the sense of horror, so difficult to imagine accomplishing in a time of blockbuster cgi films. He crafts this fear with clean lines, simple paneling, simple, [...]

    6. ‘Fragmentos del mal’, de Junji Ito, es una recopilación de historias cortas de terror, que es donde parece que más brilla el autor. El dibujo es muy bueno, y las ideas de Ito son imaginativas, a la par que perturbadoras. Estos son los ocho relatos incluidos:Futón. (****) Una chica que encuentra a su novio bajo el futón, sin querer salir, por los monstruos que dice ver.Espectros de madera. (***) Los dueños de una casa antigua, un padre y una hija, deciden permitir las visitas de los posi [...]

    7. Ito's work in general is ridiculously addictive. These drugs are like a comic. Wait. Scratch that. Reverse it.Fragments, the artist himself says, is a little different from his usual as far as the "horrifying" aspect of it, and I truthfully would not call it frightening as a whole, but it's no less elaborate and strange than usual, and "Blackbird" is absolutely haunting. Quirky horror is maybe a good word for Fragments. This collection weaves in-and-out of being either unsettling or humorous, an [...]

    8. I've always been a fan of Junji Ito's horror, and this book started off so strong, but the second to last story left such a bad taste in my mouth that it spoiled the book for me. I do love how short the stories are, and even though they are short, they still managed to get across a subtle level of disturbing that creeps in your head for a while, even after finishing the story. It was really hard to put the book down and was easy to jump into the small world built around each story.The story in q [...]

    9. Longer waits breed high expectations. Its been eight years since Ito did horror manga and even longer since the West got a title of his in English. This collection came out last year in Japan and gives eight stories varying from ghost stories to gore/exploitation. Its nowhere near the neurotic intensity of Gyo and especially not near his masterpiece, Uzumaki, but more along the lines of the stories presented in Vol. 3 of Museum of Terror. Many of the stories kind of build up to one big reveal, s [...]

    10. This is the second manga from this author that I have read and have the same feelings as the first one. It was sooooo weird! Not scary in the slightest, but definitely creepy. Some stories were sillier then others. I feel like this would be the Japanese equivalent of 'Scary Stories' by Alvin Schwartz. This book is a collection of short stories. Some longer than others. My favorite stories were, "Gentle Goodbye", "Dissection-chan" and "Whispering Woman". Since these were the ones I enjoyed the mo [...]

    11. Junji Ito's short form horror is top-notch and after a eight year hiatus, it is too to see Junji Ito working on horror again. While they are "Weird Stories," they don't bare the hallmarks of so much of the genre. His art is clean, detailed, and the contrast between the clean line work and the grotesque is often hyper-effective. These work more like "Tales from the Dark Side" or the "Twilight" zone with weirder twists. Magami Nanakuse' is a dark morality tale, and 'Gentle Goodbye' is melancholy, [...]

    12. Otro tomo que me ha gustado muchísimo, incluso más que el anterior. Algunas historias no son tan "terroríficas", pero están muy bien para mi punto de vista.Posiblemente sea uno de mis tomos favoritos de este autor.

    13. La primera colección de relatos de horror de Junji Ito en ocho años es, por decir lo menos, altamente irregular.La gran mayoría de las historias se sienten apresuradas, cerrándose muchas de ellas con torpeza en apenas un par de viñetas, o simplemente mostrándose incapaces de llevar a buen término ideas que en un principio podrían parecer interesantes.3 relatos interesantes:1. TOMIO. Red turtleneck: un hombre se folla a una bruja que le cercena la cabeza con un hilo. El hombre debe manten [...]

    14. 3.5 StarsExpected a lot more from this one. Albeit the stories were unique and and the art incredible , it lacked the horror I was anticipating. Chilling and creative but not really horrifying.

    15. More of the same gross, gory, nightmare-fueled stories and demented art I’ve now come to expect from Ito. While some of the shorts were better than others, it was still a strong collection. Varied in tone, but 100% pure horror. Very good.

    16. I had given up on ever reading any new Junji Ito, but after a very long wait, here is a new collection of stories. Ito is a master of weird horror, and my absolute favorite horror manga writer. This volume is not quite as good as some of his other work, but I'm still giving it 5 stars because I love it. Ito's ideas are bizarre, and even when the story seems to be going in a mundane direction, he always manages to turn it into something twisted by the end. His artwork style fits the writing, with [...]

    17. I admire Junji Ito's horror tales for their exuberance. His draughtsmanship places the stories in a precisely rendered contemporary Japan, but before they are over you can be sure that all hell will break loose. They are often a bit nutty, but the horror is visceral and the experiences of his protagonists are devastating. Two standouts from this collection: A young woman's passion for the preservation of traditional Japanese architecture proves to literally know no bounds. In another, the meanin [...]

    18. In the author's note, he states that the first story in this collection was his first return to horror after an 8-year hiatus and he feels it is a weak entry for him. I'm presuming the stories are published in order of publication as they gradually become better with the best stories being the ones toward the end. Even if all the stories aren't fantastic Ito is an awesome horror illustrator and he certainly knows how to give you the creeps with his detailed freaky illustrations. There were only [...]

    19. Do mesmo autor de "Tomie" e "Uzumaki", esta coletânea reúne oito histórias de horror (cada uma tem em média 30 páginas, com exceção da primeira). A arte de Junji Ito é espetacular, transmitindo bem a apreensão e o terror, mesmo que às vezes pareça exagerada.Quanto ao roteiro, na maioria da histórias tive a impressão que o autor não sabia o final (ou teve preguiça de descobri-lo), precisando então inventar um desfecho bizarro que nem sempre combinou com o que ele estipulou antes n [...]

    20. If you love manga, and if you love horror, you can't go wrong with Junji Ito. This more recent collection of short horror tales is typical of Ito's style and brand. In fact, you could also argue that the "typical" nature of some of these stories might be the book's potential shortcoming. There were one or two times reading through this collection that I wondered if Ito is just playing too much on his formula and our expectations of him. Still, this is fun and creepy and weird book.

    21. I have discovered only recently the art of Junji Ito, and even though I was freaked out by his strange creations, I found them just as mesmerising. The stories and the art work are gruesomely fascinating, and I have found myself trapped in this hole that is horror manga. As much of a scaredy cat as I am (refusing to watch any kind of horror movies whatsoever), I am completely fascinated by his horrendous masterpieces, also questioning the ability of a mere human being to own such a rich imaginat [...]

    22. The art was absolutely gorgeous but I found many of the stories to be quite lacking. The fragmented nature of the narratives often left a lot to be desired and the writing in general is pretty dry. That being said, I commend Ito's creativity when it comes to the horror genre and I will honestly seek out more of his work in the future.

    23. A series of associations and memories that I have with Ito's work:- After I walked with my graduating class senior year, I stayed in my on-campus apartment for the summer to finish out a final research class. After my roommate moved out, and I had the place to myself, I turned her room into a personal library/game room and place to do yoga, write, and read. I read the entire Uzumaki series sitting in our old ratty armchair, one leg draped over the armrest, away from the nauseating Southern heat [...]

    24. Não me considero capaz de avaliar um livro de horror, já que não costumo ler ou assistir coisas do gênero. Só posso dizer que gostei bastante??? Não sei se teria estômago para algumas dessas histórias em animação ou live-action, mas gostei delas no formato de mangá. É assustador na medida certa. Na verdade, achei as histórias mais bizarras do que assustadoras propriamente ditas? Ou talvez seja melhor dizer que só não me deram tanto medo porque são tão bizarramente específicas q [...]

    25. Ah, Junji Esta é uma coletânea de contos de horror. No posfácio ele escreve que são frutos de uma retomada após 8 anos fazendo outros tipos de obras, e ele mesmo tem bastante dúvida sobre a qualidade dos contos. De fato, eles talvez não alcancem a genialidade de um Uzumaki ou Gyo, mas visto que somos tão pouco agraciados com boas obras no gênero (recentemente o cinema tem respirado melhor nessa área, mas ainda é pouco diante da avalanche de filmes passáveis), torna-se algo fora do co [...]

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