The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Volume 6

The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Volume 6 Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki
  • Title: The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Volume 6
  • Author: Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki
  • ISBN: 9781593078928
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, Volume 6 Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Volume There s competition on all sides in the body baggage game when Kurosagi finds its rather loose business model challenged by a corporate rival who guarantees the next world on time But it s not only t
    There s competition on all sides in the body baggage game, when Kurosagi finds its rather loose business model challenged by a corporate rival who guarantees the next world on time But it s not only the clean cut trying to dig into their market.
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    About Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki


    1. Social anthropologist and novelist Graduated from college with degree in anthropology, women s folklore, human sacrifice and post war manga In addition to his work with manga he is a critic, essayist, and author of several successful non fiction books on Japanese popular and otaku sub cultures One of his first animation script works was Maho no Rouge Lipstick, an adult lolicon OVA Otsuka was the editor for the bishojo lolicon manga series Petit Apple Pie.In the 80s, Otsuka was editor in chief of Manga Burikko, a leading women s manga magazine where he pioneered research on the otaku sub culture in modern Japan In 1988 he published Manga no Koro The Structure of Comics , a serious study of Japanese comics and their social significance Also as critic, Otsuka Eiji, summarized the case of the Japanese red army s 1972 murders as a conflict between the masculine and the feminine principles as they were both embodied by women and against women Otsuka,1994.


    441 Comments


    1. disappointed fell well short from the build up from the last issue Great story about a dead mother and a hidden daughter yet you never find you what the connection was or why the were killed New character introducted related to the retired policeman but why now What doe she had to with the dead mother Our favorite mind reader of the dead well, we were getting to know about him, and the crazy crew but they just cut the story off without ANY answers SUCKED Then the next story for some reason with [...]

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    2. Ok, so I ve stopped writing reviews of each volume and I actually can t remember whether or not I ve read vol 3 of The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Suffice it to say, this manga series has been solidly entertaining I ve gone to the trouble of getting it through inter library loan, because I haven t been able to convince our purchaser of adult manga graphic novels that they re really that good Content wise they re very adult there s gruesome violence, lots of corpses, nudity, etc I m not a bi [...]

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    3. Stuff I Read Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Vol 6Well, now that I have obtained volume five, it looks like Borders will have the rest, so unless someone else is collecting this series and is at the same point I am, there isn t much to worry about In any event, volume six of this series marks a bit of a turning point, because in the first volume we learn a rather interesting fact, that the bald headed former detective in this series is the same man as the detective in MPD Psycho who is always t [...]

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    4. Overall Rating ASynopsis Your body is their business From writer, Eiji Otsuka, and artist, Housui Yamazaki, Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service is a manga that combines horror, and humor The surprising thing about the series is that it does a good job at both The story follows five Buddhist college students as they start up a unique service, one that serves the dead Using unique skills, like dowsing and speaking to the dead, they find the dead and help them free their souls for reincarnation Oh, an [...]

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    5. There s a lot of mysteries in this series Who is the mysterious being behind Karatsu WHAT is he Why is he willing to help anyone in the KCDS in the first place We get a sort of answer, but it leaves us with .There are three different stories in this volume The first story finds our favorite corpse delivery service members facing empty bank accounts as their business hits another lull none of their customers have been paying well, if at all They decide that they ll start going out to find suicid [...]

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    6. Volume Six is a bit bland for this series.Past volumes have included such explosive episodes of Japanese history as the biological weapons devision of WW II and the Nanking massacre This go round, the topical issue is the privatization of the postal service initiated in 2007 by outgoing prime minister Junichiro Koizumi This causes a not particularly interesting development in the delivery service s business model.Things get back in gear when Numata moves into an apartment with a suspiciously low [...]

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    7. Some cool story elements in this volume A competing corpse delivery service the form of the post office And the author Eiji Otsuka is doing a great job of slowly giving readers information about the strange mysterious spirit that seems to guide team member Karatsu s actions and often steps in to lend a hand and save his life in risky situations.And can I just say that, as with other volumes, I really enjoy how the members of the delivery service are just enjoyable, normal kids trying to make th [...]

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    8. I learned so much about Japanese culture and the comparison between American and Japanese cultures For example, it mentioned about The Japan Post Company have a shipping service called YouPack There are some playing with sounds or words and explanation for them There is a chapter where it involves the parallel history of Jack the Ripper s similar killing style in Japan in early 1900 s The manga uses many references to Japanese authors, books, religion and music As always, I enjoyed reading this [...]

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    9. More clue to the story of the powerful spirit behind Karatsu I have to look up who Sanjin and Koropokkur are, but I guess Yaichi s root is neither of them Oh and that classic reference of Jack the Ripper is hilarious I thoroughly enjoy this side story, than usual.

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    10. My absolute favorite of the series so far It let me dying for volume 7 and it hasn t even been released yet sob Also loved the side story at the end, set in the past and explaining quite a few things that I was wondering about More

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    11. Find this book at Hillingdon Libraries

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    12. I certainly hope by the end we get an explanation of what s going on with Karatsu There have been all kind of intriguing hints, and now there s that Shirosagi company running around.I loved the Meiji era gaiden at the end of this volume.

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    13. Al fin, algo de background sobre Yaichi.

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    14. This manga keeps getting better as it goes along Some new rivals are introduced and it will be interesting to see how this particular storyline pans out.

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    15. Interesting side story.

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    16. A bit gruesome, but awfully fun.

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    17. Wicked I really liked the gaiden side story at the end of this one.

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