Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Book Reviews: Tokyo Ghoul Vol. 3 + 4 by Sui Ishida (Manga/Fantasy)

Title: Tokyo Ghoul Vol. 3
Author: Sui Ishida
Publisher:
Viz Media

Publication Date: 2015 (2012)
Pages:
192
Format:
Paperback
Genre:
Manga/Fantasy
Source:
Borrowed from the Library

 


Kaneki is still trying to get used to his new life when Commission of Counter Ghoul agents Mado and Amon start sniffing around for Hinami. Kaneki and Touka are going to have to get them off her tail and fast. No easy task now that Kaneki’s got to bring humans and Ghouls to a rapid truce at the same time.


The story continues well, and, with the exception of a couple of small additional scenes in the manga, is still pretty close to what I watched in the anime thus far.



Title: Tokyo Ghoul Vol. 4
Author: Sui Ishida
Publisher:
Viz Media

Publication Date: 2015 (2012)
Pages:
102
Format:
Paperback
Genre:
Manga/Fantasy
Source:
Borrowed from the Library

 


Kaneki meets Shu Tsukiyama, known as The Gourmet for his interesting and sadistic tastes. And Kaneki learns more about what happened to Rize and what it means to be a One-Eyed Ghoul.


Another great new chapter in the story. Poor Kaneki is taking the brunt of it all again. I look forward to seeing him come more into his own as the tale progresses. Interesting to see that Shu Tsukiyama is not quite as eccentric in the manga as they made him in the anime.


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