• Title: Bloody Monday 1
  • Author: Ryou Ryumon Kouji Megumi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bloody Monday Takagi Fujimaru may seem like a regular high school student but behind the cheery facade lies a genius hacker by the name of Falcon When his father is framed for a murder Falcon uses his brilliant h
    Takagi Fujimaru may seem like a regular high school student, but behind the cheery facade lies a genius hacker by the name of Falcon When his father is framed for a murder, Falcon uses his brilliant hacking skills to try and protect his sister and clear his father s name However, he finds that his father, an agent in an elite government agency, was involved with somethinTakagi Fujimaru may seem like a regular high school student, but behind the cheery facade lies a genius hacker by the name of Falcon When his father is framed for a murder, Falcon uses his brilliant hacking skills to try and protect his sister and clear his father s name However, he finds that his father, an agent in an elite government agency, was involved with something far complex than a simple murder A terrorist group is plotting against the city of Tokyo and it is up to Falcon, with the help of his friends to unravel the twisted plans set in place to kill millions of people.

    One Reply to “Bloody Monday 1”

    1. I don't know why I thought it would be a good idea to just pick up and read a random manga with a cool title. I haven't liked the vast majority of anime and manga that I've tried out, and other than nice artwork, there wasn't much reason to think this would be an exception. Overall, this was sexist and uninteresting.The artwork was nice, I'll give it that. There were times when it was too artificial-looking, but for the most part, it captured the sci-fi, computer-generated feel of the manga well [...]

    2. Quick Thoughts: Intelligent, Mysterious and Absorbing. If you're a fan of action, espionage, secrets and mystery then you are sure to love Bloody Monday. It has everything you could want in an intense and fast paced story that reads much more like a movie than a novel. The characters were sharp and for the most part intelligent and I really liked seeing both aspects of the main character Fujimaru who comes across as a typical brash character, but who we get a chance to see has a fierce side to h [...]

    3. J'ai toujours rêvé d'un poison qui pourrait se propager de telle sorte. ^^ Non, je ne suis pas folle. Juste une grande passionnée de la chimie :DJ'aime bien le fait que ce manga mélange plusieurs genres et thèmes: l'espionnage, policier, poison, amour, Et pour un premier volume, celui-ci est pas mal: on a droit à un tas d'infos. Reste à voir ce que donnera le deuxième

    4. I'm surprised this is rated 13+ because graphic violence, death, sexual panels/text, suicide mentions.The story is good if you're into dark things. It's definitely interesting. I'm willing to give more of the series a chance.

    5. I was first introduced to this manga a couple of years ago, when I often read manga for free online. I never finished it, because I found out that it would be available in manga format. I love to support my favorite manga, so I decided I wouldn't read anymore until I bought them. I never got around to buying them until around Christmas time in 2012, and I have to say Bloody Monday is about as bloody amazing as I remember!(view spoiler)[Bloody Monday is about a genius hacker teenager, Tagaki Fuji [...]

    6. I like itd I don't like it. Not that I'm against anyone in the story (well the spy mainly, that bitch). I liked the story and how it was a crime fighting/computer/technology modern thing. I liked the depth and complexity when the story was introduced. What I actually didn't like. Surprise, surprise was Takagi. He was smart, very smart, extremely bright (hacker genius, man I wish I was one u_u), but as well he wasn't good at keeping to himself or cleaning after his messes. Very showing off, naïv [...]

    7. Full review at Tokyo JupiterBloody Monday starts off big: conspiracy, Russian espionage, a viral outbreak. Now, if this were a Hollywood movie, we’d be seeing the likes of Jason Bourne or James Bond rushing to contain the damage. But, since this is a Japanese manga, we have as our hero a teenage hacker.Fujimaru TAKAGI, a 2nd year and a staff member at the school newspaper, has a secret life as the famous hacker "Falcon." He was out of commission for a while, but an incident involving a lechero [...]

    8. Uuuuugggghhhhh.The premise was promising, and while the art was a little on the round side, it was still nice. However, the stupidity of the main character was astounding. Here's this guy who can hack just about anything, so you'd assume he's pretty smart, right? Yeah, not so much.1) He doesn't suspect a damn thing when the new teacher "accidentally" microwaves his laptop. I mean, seriously2) He almost immediately tells his friends all the details about the super-top-secret and dangerous thing. [...]

    9. The marketing for this book describes it as a YA 24, which is more or less accurate, though Ryumon at least has a passing understanding of computer security, which is more than you can say for anyone involved with 24. When the main character needs to hack military-grade encryption, he doesn't do it in a couple keystrokes like Chloe; instead he spreads a virus through a P2P network that turns infected machines into part of a distributed computing network, giving him the equivalent of a supercompu [...]

    10. Bloody monday: a thrilling manga Full of thrill, suspense and dread of bombing-massacre filled, this manga will give you a ride beyond anything you can imagine. The start is pretty nice-looking, but thenyou get to meet Falcon. And that is where the real fun(or dread) starts.Personally, I can't shake the feeling of awe & admiration for the manga and its authors when I found out about Christmas Day. That's when I got sucked into the manga for real. If you haven't read the manga yet, you are mi [...]

    11. I've got a favorite new manga series XD Bloody Monday is an excellent set up -- a genius hacker teen and his plucky friends get pulled into a world of espionage, super-viruses, and murder as they try to figure out the secret behind encrypted Russian files. And yes, it is a bloody secret, but you are on the edge of your seat the whole time. This story is a tense and tight thriller that will leave you flipping the pages as fast as you can. Plus there is just a little bit of sexy subtext and a dash [...]

    12. Justamente me tenia que encontrar con este manga cuando anda el brote del ébola? Espero no sugestionarme XDDe entrada el dibujo me gusto, así como el diseño de los personajes y sus personalidades. Aunque ya son cliche existe de todas las personalidades, lo que a mi parecer enriquece la historia y se puede esperar de todo. Es el primer volumen que leo y se me fue como agua, pues la historia es fácil de seguir, el desarrollo como narración son buenos y el final fue intrigante.Espero mucho de [...]

    13. Felt like Death Note with the pervertedness of Pretty FaceEDIT Rereading it and I still find it odd that when people get serious, they get cat/demon eyes. Astounding powers of concentration Got up to volume three and now that there are antagonists called J and K I'm just waiting for a L to tie it all together. Don't think I'll read more. Maybe it's the technology aspect but I can't get into this series.

    14. It's actually quite compelling even though it's about spies and government agencies. I like Fujimara and think his skills are really top notch, though he's quite naive and that is irritating at times. I might give the next volume a tryBOTTOM LINE: I'm not a spy loving boy

    15. I had a hard time getting into it. The storyline didn't pick up and start getting interesting until the manga was nearly half over with. Not going to read the others.

    16. Very interestingThis manga is really good. The plot really got me hooked on this series. The characters are amazing too. I can't wait to read the next book.

    17. 2.5 stars. There were a few very boys manga pieces that detracted from the plot and intense atmosphere, but the idea seems compelling to continue on.

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