Museum of Terror: Tomie 2

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Dark Horse, Aug 30, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 376 pages
Think you've seen about all there is in horror? Maybe the same tired concepts of phones ringing and mysterious murders is getting a bit old. Well, then I've got the horror manga for you! Junji Ito, the man who brought the world Uzumaki, has one of the most inspired minds in horror today. That's why Dark Horse manga is proud to bring you more from Ito's Museum of Terror series. Continuing with his "Makie" stories, about an eternally youthful and perfectly beautiful girl who inpires people committ murder, volume two promises to invent new ways to shock you. For instance, who'd have thought of making sake out of the remains of the killed and hammered-to-mush Makie? See? It's crazy. Junji Ito promises to entertain you in the most cracked, yet pretty ways.

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User Review  - kyuuketsukirui - LibraryThing

After Tomie is murdered, she shows up at school as if nothing had happened. It turns out that any part of her body, no matter how small, can eventually grow to a new Tomie, and all these Tomies are ... Read full review

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User Review  - JonathanGorman - LibraryThing

Weird, violent and disturbing. Not sure why I kept reading. Can't actually give it a rating. I think if there's further volumes, I'll read them if I come across them. Otherwise I'm probably not going to go looking. Read full review

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