• Title: Daemonium Volume 1 Manga
  • Author: Studio Kosen
  • ISBN: 9781427804471
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daemonium Volume Manga Seisu suffers from nightmares of the deadly car accident that killed his parents and left his with a scarred face His sister Alys gives him a weekend trip to a secluded hotel for his birthday But it w
    Seisu suffers from nightmares of the deadly car accident that killed his parents and left his with a scarred face His sister Alys gives him a weekend trip to a secluded hotel for his birthday But it will prove to be the source of disturbing visions that relentless damage his already unstable mind.Note Volume 2 was never published in english Currently the whole story vSeisu suffers from nightmares of the deadly car accident that killed his parents and left his with a scarred face His sister Alys gives him a weekend trip to a secluded hotel for his birthday But it will prove to be the source of disturbing visions that relentless damage his already unstable mind.Note Volume 2 was never published in english Currently the whole story volumen 1 and what should have been volume 2 has been published in just one volume in Spanish.

    One Reply to “Daemonium Volume 1 Manga”

    1. No sé muy bien cómo empezar esta reseña. Este manga tiene una historia oscura y retorcida, así que no es fácil hablar de él. Aun así intentare hacerlo lo mejor posible, y empezaré por el dibujo.Las dos autoras que forman el Studio Kôsen tienen un estilo de dibujo muy peculiar: o lo amas o lo odias. Personalmente yo soy del grupo al que le gusta. El diseño de los personajes está trabajado, no habiendo dos iguales ni parecidos. Además, habiendo tenido la oportunidad de leer mas obras s [...]

    2. This is just one of my person kinks, angels with shades of gray, demons, scarred angry men. This is manga done in Spain of all places and while the story isn’t all that terribly original I did find it engaging. Seisu is our pov character, a 16 year old angry young man left terribly scarred by a car accident that claimed his parents. It’s been him and his older sister for the last few years so they’re very protective about it. Seisu naturally gets tormented in high school because of his app [...]

    3. I always had a soft spot for Studio Kosen, maybe because they were my first access to fanmade manga while growing up. I actually read the short stories that lead into this book, and I can recognize a lot of the characters in it.However, the book, while has an improved artstyle, feels a little "meh" to me. I think maybe they excelled in the medium of short stories (or maybe because this was the project of one of their single members).The motivations of some of the characters seem a bit contrived, [...]

    4. Why, oh why do I found out that the authors aren't planning to keep going this AMAZING story!? Even if it's just Volume 1, unfinished for ever, it's a totally recommendable yaoi. Brilliantly draw, and a story that captures you from the very beginning of it <3

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