Tokyo Ghoul, tome 1 (Tokyo Ghoul, #1)
À Tokyo, sévissent des goules, monstres cannibales se dissimulant parmi les humains pour mieux s’en nourrir. Étudiant timide, Ken Kaneki est plus intéressé par la jolie fille qui partage ses goûts pour la lecture que par ces affaires sordides, jusqu’au jour où il se fait attaquer par l’une de ces fameuses créatures. Mortellement blessé, il survit grâce à la greffe des organes de son agresseur… Remis de son opération, il réalise peu à peu qu’il est devenu incapable de se nourrir comme avant et commence à ressentir un appétit suspect envers ses congénères. C’est le début d’une descente aux enfers pour Kaneki, devenu malgré lui un hybride mi-humain, mi-goule.

Tokyo Ghoul, tome 1 (Tokyo Ghoul, #1) Details

TitleTokyo Ghoul, tome 1 (Tokyo Ghoul, #1)
Author
LanguageFrench
ReleaseSep 27th, 2013
PublisherÉditions Glénat
ISBN-139782723495615
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Horror, Graphic Novels, Fantasy, Comics

Tokyo Ghoul, tome 1 (Tokyo Ghoul, #1) Review

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    January 1, 1970
    i loved this so much! i'm already so attached to the main character.
  • Aya Hamza
    January 1, 1970
    “I’m not the protagonist of a novel or anything. I’m a college student who likes to read, like you could find anywhere. But.. if, for argument’s sake, you were to write a story with me in the lead role, it would certainly be a TRAGEDY!” This is so PAINFUL!! A real TRAGEDY! This manga is about a normal boy "Kaneki" that had an organ transplantation from a "Ghoul".. then he finds that he can't act normal as he was. He became a "ghoul" after the operation!!He finds many difficulties in his “I’m not the protagonist of a novel or anything. I’m a college student who likes to read, like you could find anywhere. But.. if, for argument’s sake, you were to write a story with me in the lead role, it would certainly be a TRAGEDY!” This is so PAINFUL!! A real TRAGEDY! This manga is about a normal boy "Kaneki" that had an organ transplantation from a "Ghoul".. then he finds that he can't act normal as he was. He became a "ghoul" after the operation!!He finds many difficulties in his life, he can't accept himself as a ghoul. He can't eat any normal food anymore! But he don't want to harm any human. He don't want to eat humans!
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  • AMEERA
    January 1, 1970
    Wow
  • Axle
    January 1, 1970
    This is probably THE most amazing manga of the century. Inspired by Takatsuki Sen's "Egg of the Black Goat," it shows the mental and physical progress of a once innocent boy into something much darker but still retaining some of the gentleness of his former self. The literary analogies and intriguing plotline and battles scenes come together to make this one of the most eloquent action mangas to ever exist. There are deep underlying meanings in this manga that can interest any level of reader. I This is probably THE most amazing manga of the century. Inspired by Takatsuki Sen's "Egg of the Black Goat," it shows the mental and physical progress of a once innocent boy into something much darker but still retaining some of the gentleness of his former self. The literary analogies and intriguing plotline and battles scenes come together to make this one of the most eloquent action mangas to ever exist. There are deep underlying meanings in this manga that can interest any level of reader. I highly recommend this compelling manga!
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  • BondS
    January 1, 1970
    Chapter 1 to Chapter 9 »»» My Reactions ««« ★★★✩✩
  • Jan Philipzig
    January 1, 1970
    The Goo Goo MuckMeh. Weren’t teenagers supposed to fall prey to vampires or turn into werewolves when they get horny? Must be getting old… It’s a zombie world now, so our shy, angst-ridden protagonist falls for - you guessed it - a sexy, well-adjusted, dolled-up ghoul... and, well, let’s just say: somehow ends up with her organs in his body. Next thing our hero knows, he craves human flesh - bummer!Yep, it’s all a bit clunky, contrived and generic - and the gore doesn’t really change that. Tokyo The Goo Goo MuckMeh. Weren’t teenagers supposed to fall prey to vampires or turn into werewolves when they get horny? Must be getting old… It’s a zombie world now, so our shy, angst-ridden protagonist falls for - you guessed it - a sexy, well-adjusted, dolled-up ghoul... and, well, let’s just say: somehow ends up with her organs in his body. Next thing our hero knows, he craves human flesh - bummer!Yep, it’s all a bit clunky, contrived and generic - and the gore doesn’t really change that. Tokyo Ghoul isn't awful, mind you, just a little boring. I personally liked the story better when told by the Cramps:Oh when the sun goes down and the moon comes upI turn into a teenage goo-goo muckYeah I cruise through the city and I roam the streetsLooking for something that is nice to eatYou better duck, when I show up, the goo-goo muck.I'm a night headhunter looking for some headWith a way-out body underneath that headYeah I'll get you baby with a little luckCuz I'm a teenage tiger and a goo-goo muckYou better duck, when I show up, the goo-goo muck.Yeah the city is a jungle and I'm a beastI'm a teenage tiger looking for a feastYeah I want the most but I'll take the leastCuz I'm a goo-goo muck tiger and a teenage beastYou better duck, when I show up, the goo-goo muck.
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  • Romie
    January 1, 1970
    I definitely see why so many people like this manga!I liked the MC, though I wanted to punch some sense into him sometimes and tell him to stop crying and do something with his life . . . but then again, the guy just became something he thinks as a ‘monster’ so I can understand why it's so hard for him to be at peace with himself.I'm pretty excited to read the next volumes!3.75
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  • Roya
    January 1, 1970
    I’m slowly getting back into reading after a six month hiatus. I’ve never taken so much time away from reading and at times it felt like I was losing a part of myself. I used to be so in love with books and reading, but I slowly stopped wanting to do so much as pick up a book. I’d be lucky if I finished ten pages. Along the way, I realised that all this time I’ve been developing other interests and changing in general. And that’s okay and understandable. As much as reading was once a part of me, I’m slowly getting back into reading after a six month hiatus. I’ve never taken so much time away from reading and at times it felt like I was losing a part of myself. I used to be so in love with books and reading, but I slowly stopped wanting to do so much as pick up a book. I’d be lucky if I finished ten pages. Along the way, I realised that all this time I’ve been developing other interests and changing in general. And that’s okay and understandable. As much as reading was once a part of me, the books would always be waiting when I wanted them. I still love reading, but I’ve come to love other stuff also.I looked for a manga to ease my way back. I’d heard a lot about Tokyo Ghoul, so when I saw it in a B&N in Miami, I had to see what the excitement was about. It’s an interesting premise: Ghouls, who’s only means of survival is consuming human flesh. The worst part? They look just like everybody else so there’s really no way of telling.I liked this. I felt like it was occasionally hard to tell what was going on from panel to panel, but that could have just been because I hadn’t read a manga in ages. It’s a good start and I might pick up the next one shortly.
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  • David Schaafsma
    January 1, 1970
    Tokyo Girl is the name of a Japanese television drama series that aired on 2008- 2009. This horror manga is not about this tv program.It is also not about this Ace of Base song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ootIy...It also has nothing to do with David Bowie's "China Girl."It is a ghoul story, though it is also a girl story, a girl named Rize a shy boy named Kaneki has a crush on. Then things get messy. K. survives the date with Rize, but with surgery, so now he's a half-ghoul. He lives in bot Tokyo Girl is the name of a Japanese television drama series that aired on 2008- 2009. This horror manga is not about this tv program.It is also not about this Ace of Base song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ootIy...It also has nothing to do with David Bowie's "China Girl."It is a ghoul story, though it is also a girl story, a girl named Rize a shy boy named Kaneki has a crush on. Then things get messy. K. survives the date with Rize, but with surgery, so now he's a half-ghoul. He lives in both the human and ghoul worlds. And because he is part-ghoul, he must consume human flesh to survive. The story is supposed to be gorey, and it is, a bit, but you're talkin' here to a guy that has read Garth Ennis's Crossed, so I am somewhat damaged in that respect. I read it because my former student said it was her favorite manga horror series. I thought it was pretty good. I liked the references to how may be transformed like Gregor in Kafka's "Metamorphosis." So it is a "coming of age" story, transformation, but not in the Little House on the Prairie way, sorry.
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  • Mario
    January 1, 1970
    Great start to a series. Even though I already knew what was going to happen ('cause I've seen the anime) it was still really interesting to read. The art style kind of reminded me of art style of Attack on Titan, but to me, that was a good thing, because I love AoT's art style. Can't wait to continue on with the series and see where the story will go.
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  • awwsalah
    January 1, 1970
    this manga is interesting. a world that humans and Ghouls lives together, even the human's knows there existence. but they act like they don't even exist the ghouls i mean. even though the ghouls eat the human flesh. humans just ignores them.but one day, a kid named kaneke, sorry if i said his name wrong. anyway. this interesting kid, even though he's not that interesting at the beginning. but when he turns to half ghoul. thing would turn upside down for him. it would be hard for him to except h this manga is interesting. a world that humans and Ghouls lives together, even the human's knows there existence. but they act like they don't even exist the ghouls i mean. even though the ghouls eat the human flesh. humans just ignores them.but one day, a kid named kaneke, sorry if i said his name wrong. anyway. this interesting kid, even though he's not that interesting at the beginning. but when he turns to half ghoul. thing would turn upside down for him. it would be hard for him to except his ghoul side. i won't explain how things turn out this way. just read it. it's worth every comic lover time.
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  • Lauren
    January 1, 1970
    This is a re-read for me and was read in a different format. Having heard such great things about this manga I decided to give it another go as I definitely didn’t appreciate it first time around. I’m really glad that I gave it another chance (via ebook) because I am definitely intrigued by the plot, the characters and the whole ghouls living in the human world premise. I will say that some of the battle scenes were a bit messy and hard to decipher what exactly was going on but I will continue w This is a re-read for me and was read in a different format. Having heard such great things about this manga I decided to give it another go as I definitely didn’t appreciate it first time around. I’m really glad that I gave it another chance (via ebook) because I am definitely intrigued by the plot, the characters and the whole ghouls living in the human world premise. I will say that some of the battle scenes were a bit messy and hard to decipher what exactly was going on but I will continue with this series because I want to know more about Kaneki - the human boy with Rize’s (a ghoul’s) organs inside of him. I would also like to see more of Rize (fingers crossed) and Touka - she seems like a badass! I expect there might be hell to pay in future volumes...
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  • Giulia
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 starsMy journey into everything Japanese continues! Or: I absolutely adored the anime when I watched it, and since I needed more of this amazing universe in my life while waiting for the next season, I moved on to the manga. The art is incredible, and even though this is just the beginning, the story is the one I already know and love - eerie, bloody and dramatic. Bonus content. Things that prove that Kaneki Ken is totally my soulmate:• He is a giant book nerd that spends his whole time read 3.5 starsMy journey into everything Japanese continues! Or: I absolutely adored the anime when I watched it, and since I needed more of this amazing universe in my life while waiting for the next season, I moved on to the manga. The art is incredible, and even though this is just the beginning, the story is the one I already know and love - eerie, bloody and dramatic. Bonus content. Things that prove that Kaneki Ken is totally my soulmate:• He is a giant book nerd that spends his whole time reading obscure books and generally avoiding people.• His friend Hide, about Kaneki: "You're so skinny, and all you do is read incomprehensible books!" (Same, Kaneki... Same.) • He's in his first year at university, and he's studying Literature. • His interests are: reading, language, intellectual people and hamburgers. Can this guy get any more relatable? • He's a fairly nice guy, but goes batshit whenever someone dares to lay a finger on his friends. • He loves coffee. Duh. I think it goes without saying, but of course I recommend Tokyo Ghoul. It's one of my favorite anime, and it's the first manga I've read in a long time. If action, great character development, horror, bloody battles and unbearable dramatic tension are your thing, then you're in for a real treat.
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  • Vishakha ~ ReadingSpren ~
    January 1, 1970
    I’m not the protagonist of a novel or anything…I’m a college student who likes to read, like you could find anywhere. But… if, for argument’s sake, you were to write a story with me in the lead role, it would certainly be… a tragedy.-Kaneki Ken, Ch 1 This is the story of an average college guy, who finds himself attacked by a ghoul, creatures with supernatural strength, speed and abilities and who only eat human flesh. As fate has it, our guy Kaneki ends up in a hospital with the organs of one I’m not the protagonist of a novel or anything…I’m a college student who likes to read, like you could find anywhere. But… if, for argument’s sake, you were to write a story with me in the lead role, it would certainly be… a tragedy.-Kaneki Ken, Ch 1 This is the story of an average college guy, who finds himself attacked by a ghoul, creatures with supernatural strength, speed and abilities and who only eat human flesh. As fate has it, our guy Kaneki ends up in a hospital with the organs of one of these ghouls transplanted in him. Say Hi to part-ghoul, part-human, our hero, the Tokyo Ghoul.So that's the basic premise of it. I gave it 4-star now. But I remember loving it BEYOND anything when i read it some 2-3 years ago. Maybe I have grown-up. Maybe I have changed. Anyway, its still a great manga, just not a 5-star.The plot in one sense is very mainstream. The concept is new with ghouls and all. But we have all read way too many books with a goodhearted "average-human" hero who becomes a half-something (think: vampire, werewolf, demon, oni, zombie. Its endless) and is forced to change his perspective on what's right and what's wrong. Oh the internal struggle, the walk on the edge of humanity, the upheaval of morals. Add: an interesting set of characters to teach our guy how to live his new life. A bunch of lunatic villains. A lot of gore and blood and broken spines. You have it.But don't we all just love that to happen? I, for one, CANNOT RESIST it when the principles of a person are questioned in a story. When he/she has to find a new moral-code to live with. I like it when my own principles are challenged, as a reader. That, or maybe I am just sadistic. Because really, it is SO easy to be righteous and self-justified when you have the luxury to be so. What would you do when nature itself is forcing you become something you are not. Like eating human flesh, for example. You can't fight nature. If you do, you would most likely end up dead. Now that Kaneki has become a monster, how will he retain some part of his former gentle self?Also, its the writing. The prose is amazing. And I am only reading the badly translated version. It must be simply beautiful in the original language. The whole story is loosely inspired from "Egg of the Black Goat", a novel by Takatsuki Sen, an author Kaneki is a fan of. There are numerous times when Kaneki himself draws parallels between his life and the life of the "egg" in the book. The art. I didn't like it. Its unnecessarily ugly and grotesque, but I guess a lot of people like it that way. I don't mind violence and blood. But I do mind this: uhh..No.Anyway, the action scenes are very well drawn. You actually know whats going on in this manga. Most of the other manga, i half-understand and half-assume and then wait for the anime to come out. So that's great. (Also, the anime for this series is AMAZING! Go watch it. Run Along.)One of the other main characters introduced in this volume is Touka. i so so SO wanted to like her, but I just couldn't. She definitely has all the qualities that I tend to like in my heroines. Short-hair, angst and she's powerful too! But all that angst seems so pointless. I know she is a ghoul who is hunted by humans and life is difficult and she is young. But still I CANNOT empathise with her on a basic level. Am I too heartless? She's so generic, it breaks my heart. And I am okaaaay with generic, even Kaneki is generic! But dayum, she just didn't do it for me. Too bad.I really like the name of this series. Tokyo Ghoul. :D Seems a little poetic. The mangaka has done a LOT of homework to make this story, clearly. Its shows on every page. Even the chapter titles are bad ass and so on-point. Its definitely a great piece of work, worth coming back to again and again.
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  • Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks)
    January 1, 1970
    This is a very popular manga amongst my friends. Tokyo Ghoul certainly doesn't hold back from the gore and violence. For the majority of the read, I found the story to be quite unsettling. Following a shy guy called Ken who wants to go on a date with his crush, who is more keen in eating flesh than kissing him. Ken turns into a hybrid of a human and a ghoul and the ghoul world is very deadly. My journeys into discovering new mangas continues... but I don't think dark ones are my cup of tea!
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  • Maria
    January 1, 1970
    So far, I’m enjoying this more than i enjoyed the anime, but still 😕...maybe it’s just a little too creepy, even for me.
  • Monique
    January 1, 1970
    Tokyo Ghoul is coming out with an English edition?!FINALLY!!!!!!Wait...It's coming out in June of next year?!?!AAAAAAAHHHHH!!!!! THAT'S EVEN LONGER THAN THE SEASON 2 RELEASE DATE!!!!!!!I'll go insane...
  • Aleksandra
    January 1, 1970
    A bookstore date... isn't that every book-lover's dream?___Although I watched the anime before, I enjoy this manga so much. I just picked it up to have a look at something and I accidentally read the whole thing— oops.
  • Ana Sofia Ferreira
    January 1, 1970
    Up until now, it's pretty faithful to the anime! I don't remember it well, but I think this entire volume happened in episode 1 and perhaps 2 as well.It's really interesting to see Kaneki and the parallels between him and the books he read. Also Nishiki seems more evil here than I remember him. Hide is precious, he needs to be protected forever!I hope that by reading the manga I get a deeper understanding of Kaneki and his reasons, but I'm expecting things to start shifting from the anime only a Up until now, it's pretty faithful to the anime! I don't remember it well, but I think this entire volume happened in episode 1 and perhaps 2 as well.It's really interesting to see Kaneki and the parallels between him and the books he read. Also Nishiki seems more evil here than I remember him. Hide is precious, he needs to be protected forever!I hope that by reading the manga I get a deeper understanding of Kaneki and his reasons, but I'm expecting things to start shifting from the anime only around the second season and the volume that corresponds to it.So far so good! A great start that isn't boring in any way!
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  • Mal
    January 1, 1970
    you may not be a ghoul, but you're not a human either. there's no place for someone who can't decide between being one or the other. And so the misery begins. I watched the first season and ... Have been ... avoiding season two. Because I know. I know.I don't want to go through that pain.So naturally I start the manga.
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  • Magdalen
    January 1, 1970
    Having watched the anime it was high time I started reading the manga. How could I ever not enjoy a plot where the main protagonist is a person who loves to read and hates social events? Even though I knew what was going to happen I still loved it. It's a great start for an awesome manga! Oh I cannot wait to read more and find out what the hell happens next 'cause I've been told things get messy! Have I already mentioned that it is epic?
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  • High Lady Indy
    January 1, 1970
    My friend has brought this book to school for me today just so I can read it since I watched the anime and honestly I love it and I was able to finish it in one day!!! I had some of many questions I had answered even tho this is the first book which means I need to read more of them to complete my list of questions:) the hunt is on!!!
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  • Sue Moro
    January 1, 1970
    Intriguing plot and fantastic artwork! I'm looking forward to reading more is this series!
  • Maria (Big City Bookworm)
    January 1, 1970
    Actual Rating: 4.5 Stars!--I've been meaning to either start reading the manga or start watching the anime for a while now, but for whatever reason I kept putting it off. I FINALLY picked this one up and read it!I really like the concept of this story and the content seems to be something that I'll really enjoy if I continue with the series!I just have one question, should I continue by reading the manga or by watching the anime?! I'd love your opinions!
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  • Clara (Clarylovesbooks)
    January 1, 1970
    I binge watched the anime and decided to give the manga a try, and it was a great decision! I love how dark the story is, the drawings are beautiful and detailed, and love Ken Kaneki, I already feel very attatched to this character and his story.
  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    January 1, 1970
    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer...Shy Ken Kaneki is thrilled to go on a date with the beautiful Rize. But it turns out that she’s only interested in his body—eating it, that is. When a morally questionable rescue transforms him into the first half-human half-Ghoul hybrid, Ken is drawn into the dark and violent world of Ghouls, which exists alongside our own.I totally read this because the only horror manga I read is Tokyo Ghoul: re and I was starting to g Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer...Shy Ken Kaneki is thrilled to go on a date with the beautiful Rize. But it turns out that she’s only interested in his body—eating it, that is. When a morally questionable rescue transforms him into the first half-human half-Ghoul hybrid, Ken is drawn into the dark and violent world of Ghouls, which exists alongside our own.I totally read this because the only horror manga I read is Tokyo Ghoul: re and I was starting to get lost in that since it was a sequel manga series to Tokyo Ghoul. I wanted to find out what makes Ken Kaneki so special that everyone is fighting over him in re... and WOW!! I was drawn in... I think when this came out it was quite startling for horror fans. I'm not sure its really for any other type of reader since its really about actually experiencing what Kaneki goes through. It reads very much like a vampire origin story except here we're talking about ghouls. And even though I'm not a horror fan I totally appreciate how this experience comes together.One thing that Sui Ishida does really, really well, even if I am sometimes confused by his art, is craft compelling characters from protagonist Ken Kaneki to his best friend Hide, to Touka a ghoul who reluctantly helps Ken, and finally to Mr. Yoshimura, a mentor ghoul who takes Ken and other ghouls under his wing. If I were in Ken's shoes I would want to meet Mr. Yoshimura!! And I think all of these characters help enmesh you into Kaneki's life... you start to wonder, how would I react to have this happen to me?! Could I handle it?! It builds slowly as you are right there experiencing what Ken is going through...The art in Tokyo Ghoul vol 1 is waaaaaayyyyyyyy more decipherable than in Tokyo Ghoul: re. I could tell what was happening in the battles and even when it was a touch unclear the next frame or page showed you the outcome so you can work it out. Right now we are talking about a small crew of ghouls and investigators so there is plenty of page space to do this... but in Tokyo Ghoul: re the story has been crammed to overflowing so there are simply too many characters. I can see though reading Tokyo Ghoul you could get used to the art and start to make conclusions yourself making re easier to read.Really this is a rather horrifying origin story!! To become a ghoul in this manner, pioneer what we know from re is a procedure that will be used to make more ghouls... WOW! I really am blown away. I loved that we started tight on Kaneki... We meet his friend Hide who is quite important to him, then the experience with the ghoul and the aftermath. With all the horror Sui Ishida is quite smart leaving us with hope even if Ken doesn't feel it quite yet... but Mr. Yoshimura is so right, Ken now belongs to both the human and ghoul world...Tokyo Ghoul vol 1 is a great start to a most excellent series. If you don't read manga this may be a touch more slice of life than you are used to in stories, but enmesh yourself... become Ken Kaneki who has become a ghoul through no fault of his own... Meet the ghouls, the investigators, and decide for yourself if this is as horrifying as Ken feels it is... ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Authenticity⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tension⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Art______________________You can find this review and many others on my book blog @ Perspective of a Writer. See my manga and graphic novel reviews in a special feature called Saturday Morning Cartoons...Please like this review if you enjoyed it! *bow* *bow* It helps me out a ton!!
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  • Jo
    January 1, 1970
    "You may not be a ghoul, but you're not a human either. There's no place for someone who can't decide between being one or the other" I loved this manga. Having not watched the anime of Tokyo Ghoul, I was rather excited to get my hands on the first book.Firstly, the artwork in this is absolutely incredible. It is fantastically dramatic, dark and eerie. The battles are intense, bloody and the entire book overall, is action packed.The main protagonist is an individual that totally loves reading an "You may not be a ghoul, but you're not a human either. There's no place for someone who can't decide between being one or the other" I loved this manga. Having not watched the anime of Tokyo Ghoul, I was rather excited to get my hands on the first book.Firstly, the artwork in this is absolutely incredible. It is fantastically dramatic, dark and eerie. The battles are intense, bloody and the entire book overall, is action packed.The main protagonist is an individual that totally loves reading and despises attending social events. How the hell, could I NOT love this story?! I also love complex characters, and I seem to have this right here in this story. The fact that someone is half human, half ghoul, is enough on its own, for me to keep my enthusiasm high for this grand series.
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  • Audrey
    January 1, 1970
    This manga is so cool!! It’s gory, it’s funny, it has some very beautiful artwork, a complex main character—just WOW. I love love the half human/half ghoul concept. So glad I checked out the first six books at the same time! On to book two!
  • Aminova
    January 1, 1970
    i don't know what to say about it ! It was so good , i loved it , loved everything about it , the story , the characters , the drawings , EVERYTHING <3 the plot is about a young man who turns into a ghoul ( insect ) just like in kafak's popular story ' The Metamorphosis ' , i haven't read it yet , but i really liked when Sui Ishida mentioned it in the manga . so excited to read the next volumes !
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  • Roy
    January 1, 1970
    This started off really well. Loved the characters and the plot. The world wasnt overly original with Ghouls, pretty much vampires/zombies in a way. The horror element was well done, some decent fight scenes, however I felt the ending was a bit meh. It just didnt peak at anything.
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