The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Volume 10

The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Volume The dead don t walk in Kurosagi that is not without a little help and it s a shock to the system when the delivery service finds out what s making their clients rise up Then for Numata to take off h

  • Title: The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Volume 10
  • Author: Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki
  • ISBN: 9781595824462
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • The dead don t walk in Kurosagi that is, not without a little help and it s a shock to the system when the delivery service finds out what s making their clients rise up Then, for Numata to take off his sunglasses for anyone, it must be a grave matter or, likely, a matter of someone not yet in their grave

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    1. Stuff I Read – Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Vol 10So here is the second of my birthday haul of manga, and volume 10 takes a rather large departure from most of the previous volumes, or at least from volumes 8 and 9, which were made up of at least three stories a piece. Instead, volume 10 breaks up into only two stories, each fairly long but the second story definitely being the main star of the book. The first story has to do with a man who can bring people back to life so that they can ge [...]

    2. I'll have to be honest that while I've always adored the series, I've kind of lost a little interest in the series so far. I'm collecting them for sure, but it isn't one of those series that I must buy as soon as the latest volume comes out. This volume has freshened up my interest in the series, even though it is admittedly mostly filler.The stories in this volume involve a guy bringing people back from the dead to fulfill their dark vengeance as well as a wonderful background story on Numata. [...]

    3. Consistently one of the best comics out there. KCDS is always a great read - weird and disturbing enough to be entertaining, but funny and quirky enough to show it doesn't take itself so seriously and that it's aware of how silly it can be. The art is always great, as well. My only complaint (if you'd call it one) would be that it looks like the translated editions have more or less caught up with the episodes that are currently appering (since this is still a live series), so the wait between v [...]

    4. This was a great volume - not so much for the stories told within the series framework, but because we really get a good look at Numata (one of my fave team members). We learn something about his own traumatic childhood, as well as a good deal about how his "dowsing" actually works (and how he learned his skill). Though I did really enjoy the story that involved the ex-police dog named Passive and the way our team helps him get his final "say"

    5. Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service is currently my favorite manga series. The concept itself - a group of students in "buddhist school" earn money "delivering" the last requests of the recently deceased (sort of like Ghost Whisperer but cooler and hipper). My only concern is that sometimes the conclusions to the individual stories are too convenient or seem formulaic. However, overall the characters are likable and develop well with each story.

    6. A peek on Numata's past (it's about time! hoho). In reference to Sasaki's scientific explanation on dowsing and Numata's brief description on his method, I could see the line of how Numata ended up become Corpse Dowser rather than treasure seeker

    7. At the C2E2 con, they said new volumes will be slow to come now, since the US series is now caught up to the Japan releases.

    8. There's really not a lot new to say about this series I continue to really enjoy it and believe it's one of the best manga series out there.

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