The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus, Book 2

The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus Book It s weird enough work just trying every day to turn corpses into cash when they re connected to mysterious UFO crashes modern day mummies and stiffs turned to soap But the secrets of the Kurosagi

  • Title: The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus, Book 2
  • Author: Eiji Otsuka Housui Yamazaki Bunpei Yorifuji
  • ISBN: 9781616557836
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s weird enough work, just trying every day to turn corpses into cash when they re connected to mysterious UFO crashes, modern day mummies, and stiffs turned to soap But the secrets of the Kurosagi crew s past continue to haunt them as well as they meet the exorcist Reiji Akira from Mail, who photographs the familiar spirit haunting Karatsu, and a flashback story takesIt s weird enough work, just trying every day to turn corpses into cash when they re connected to mysterious UFO crashes, modern day mummies, and stiffs turned to soap But the secrets of the Kurosagi crew s past continue to haunt them as well as they meet the exorcist Reiji Akira from Mail, who photographs the familiar spirit haunting Karatsu, and a flashback story takes us to early twentieth century Japan to meet the ancestors of our cast Collects The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Volumes 4 6.

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    1. Ok….….ad this disclaimer first.DISCLAIMER: This is a is a review of The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus 2. If you haven’t read Omnibus 1 or caught up on individual volumes of the series, then you need to start here - /review/showThat will give you some of the basic background of what the series is about. This review is going to pick up pretty much where that one left off… without further ado……The basic cast of players has expanded a bit from the first few volumes. There has [...]

    2. My biggest problem with this comic is that it just feels like more of the same. There doesn’t seem to be an overarching plot and the characters don’t seem to be experiencing any kind of serious conflict, meaning that this book is little more than a series of meaningless adventures. These adventures aren’t bad, and are often entertaining and pretty funny, but because they don’t seem to be leading up to anything greater, I don’t feel like this series is worth my time any longer. Part of [...]

    3. This one felt really choppy and ridiculous. Seems like it was trying to hint towards a major backstory reveal, but the characters are developed so shallowly that it's hard to bring myself to care much. I like the action parts of the story, with the gore and supernatural elements, but the characters are getting more annoying with no payoff.

    4. As informative as it is entertaining, as sweet as it is horrifying, as spiritual as it is visceral; this is more than a manga.

    5. I liked it. I felt that the deaths they investigated were introduced a little to frequently as urban legends that turned out to have truth in them. A little too obvious, and a device used a little too often (or perhaps it only seemed that way). But overall it was still good, even though I still don't understand how they seem to evade the attention of any authorities, but hey-ho. The thing I liked most about this omnibus, is that Karatsu's familiar spirit is getting more page presence. Precious l [...]

    6. I really enjoyed reading this one - it made me laugh several times. The authors' have a dark, twisted wit, but are able to pull off making the stories and characters enduring. "You're probably going to kill me for saying this But it looks like they're working themselves into a lather."

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