Kamiyadori: Volume 1

Kamiyadori Volume From Kei Sanbe the creator of the hit series Testarotho comes a chilling vision of a virus that is utterly out of control In a dark future a biological disease that transforms humans into monsters

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  • Title: Kamiyadori: Volume 1
  • Author: Kei Sanbe
  • ISBN: 9781598166330
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • From Kei Sanbe, the creator of the hit series Testarotho, comes a chilling vision of a virus that is utterly out of control In a dark future, a biological disease that transforms humans into monsters called the Kamiyadori plagues the city The peacekeeping forces include a special team called the Right Arms, specially trained officers with powers built into their rightFrom Kei Sanbe, the creator of the hit series Testarotho, comes a chilling vision of a virus that is utterly out of control In a dark future, a biological disease that transforms humans into monsters called the Kamiyadori plagues the city The peacekeeping forces include a special team called the Right Arms, specially trained officers with powers built into their right arms They must keep tight control on those who are infected and the only salvation they offer is execution But when one Right Arms officer is unable to kill a young boy and his sister, he sets off a chain of events that may bring a ray of hope to a world filled with despair and chaos

    One thought on “Kamiyadori: Volume 1”

    1. This gritty, dark future story about some sort of rampant biological disease had me scratching my head at first. The story throws the reader in head-first with no explanation of what's going on. By the end of the book, you've got a pretty good handle on the story, but there are still many questions unanswered.Sanbe has a knack for storytelling and a sense for settings. The slum-like filth in some scenes, and the harsh industrial in others really reaches out and slaps you in the face.Be warned, t [...]

    2. Would have been great if it was finished.I really like Kei Sanbe's works, but they never finish anything.

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