The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus, Book 3

The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus Book Some manga offer you stories about zombies others robots others otaku but only The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service would offer you a story about a zombie robot otaku And that s just the first of te

  • Title: The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus, Book 3
  • Author: Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki
  • ISBN: 9781616558871
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • Some manga offer you stories about zombies others, robots others, otaku but only The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service would offer you a story about a zombie robot otaku And that s just the first of ten cases the Kurosagi gang encounter in Book Three, as strange but true rituals and incidents from Japan s past reemerge as tales of bizarre modern horror MarriagSome manga offer you stories about zombies others, robots others, otaku but only The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service would offer you a story about a zombie robot otaku And that s just the first of ten cases the Kurosagi gang encounter in Book Three, as strange but true rituals and incidents from Japan s past reemerge as tales of bizarre modern horror Marriages with the dead human air defense radar the souls of babies in the bodies of yakuza And even as a cabal of phantoms seeks to imprison Karatsu s familiar spirit Yaichi, the Delivery Service face perhaps their greatest challenge yet convincing somebody else to join their club so they don t lose their meeting space on campus

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    About " Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki "

  • Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki

    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.

  • 881 Comments

  • Another great set of volumes of Kurosagi, there's been a bit of a hint towards overarching story but it's still standalone stories. It's honestly been kinda of interesting reading a story mainly focused on corpses (including stories that feature the suicide forest) after recent actions of a YouTuber there recently and discussing what makes this feel okay while what they did wasn't.In general, it's more Kurosagi. My only problem being Eiji Otsuka's decision to sexualise female corpses, which slig [...]


  • Another highly enjoyable collection of stories! Once again, the Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service encounter strange happenings and plenty of corpses. We learn even more about its members, including some startling information regarding both Yata's and Makino's past. It seems that most if not all of the delivery service members have had a personal experience with death. There are also more supernatural elements to these stories and an ever-widening circle of acquaintances who also interact with the [...]


  • This addicting and informative series, each with thorough foot notes about Japanese history, culture, language and current events, has become part of my bed-time ritual. Simultaneously sweet and morbid; I highly recommend this series.


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