Tokyo Ghoul Complete Box Set: Includes vols. 1-14 With Premium
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Kaneki has no choice but to adapt to the ways of the ghouls if he wants to survive, all while keeping his identity a secret and trying to live a normal human life. Thus begins a tragic horror story where a psychologically tortured boy is constantly exposed to the worst aspects of human nature and the savagery of ghoul society. Is Kaneki the first ever outcast that doesn’t belong to human or ghoul society, or is he the first and only person that has the potential to bring the two clashing societies together? Kaneki begins to realize that there’s more to the incident with Rize and the surgery that changed him forever, and he slowly unravels the secrets of the nastiest ghouls and the most corrupt humans working in mysterious ways behind the scenes. After a while, you’ll begin to question who the real monsters are.
The portrayal of the canonically LBGTQIA+ characters is not great. The two characters that I can think of off the top of my head are portrayed as very predatory. It's not great when your only LGBTQIA+ characters are all bad guys. Really cool fight scenes. Like really, really cool. I would love to see how they animated the Kagune fights.I think my absolute favorite character (ever since he stole that motorcycle) is Juzo Suzuya. He’s just amazing and I was constantly rooting for him as he fought in those slippers (If he had died my rating would have been much lower). I loved when he said “What is peace anyway? I don’t know what it is. People, ghouls... if one is gone, is that peace?” I can’t say enough about how much I like Juzo. Ghouls live among us, the same as normal people in every way-except for their craving for human flesh. Sui Ishida (石田スイ, Ishida Sui), born December 28, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, is a Japanese manga artist
In the world of Tokyo Ghoul, sometimes the only way to fight monsters is to become one…The Commission of Counter Ghoul is the only organization fighting the Ghoul menace, and they will use every tool at their disposal to protect humanity from its ultimate predator. Their newest weapon in this hidden war is an experimental procedure that implants human investigators with a Ghoul’s Kagune, giving them Ghoul powers and abilities. But both the procedure and the newly formed Qs Squad are untested. Will they become heroes…or monsters?!Trapped between two worlds, he must survive Ghoul turf wars, learn more about Ghoul society and master his new powers.
There are frequently spoilers in the character bios in the beginning of each volume. I got spoiled for the identity of the Big Bad in the beginning of a volume before the reveal actually happened in the story. Not a deal-breaker for me, but something to look out for if you are sensitive to spoilers. This is a review of the entire 14 volumes of Tokyo Ghoul (NOT including Tokyo Ghoul:re), so I'll be reviewing the series as a whole and not each volume individually. Based on the much-beloved Dragon Ball manga, this series will introduce a whole new audience to the fantastic adventures of Goku and his friends.BUT, the payoff at the end was sooo worth it. The last 3rd of re really pulled everything together and was extremely satisfying. Especially when Hide showed up again! Everything after that was A++. I was scared I wouldn’t like the ending or that certain favorite characters would die. But, I was impressed by the author’s ability to tie everything together at the end and make the story unforgettable. Unbeknownst to Ken, he has several of his internal organs replaced with those of a Ghoul...which makes him half-Ghoul. I love the concept of this - the ever narrowing lines between what it means to be human and monster. I love the morality juxtaposed against the will to survive.