The gang of soul-settlers intrepidly led by Kuro Karatsu confronts the scariest foe yet: competition! First, they devolve to doing contract work for a rural postal station that, in an effort to deal with the expenses of privatization, decides to open up its services to include carrying out the final wishes of suicides. Then the corpse service runs into the mysterious Shirosagi Corpse Cleaning Service, which may hold the key to why a ghost is haunting Karatsu. As always, the Kurosagi service delivers hilarity, provided one can stomach the accompanying gore. Otsuka and Yamazaki’s creation continues to be a great send-up of Japanese horror. --Tina Coleman
About the Author
Darwyn Cooke is best known for his Eisner award-winning DC: The New Frontier, and for his revision of Catwoman in The Dark End of the Street. His latest project is adapting Richard Stark's Parker novels to comics form. Tim Sale's comics work includes Batman: The Long Hallowe'en, Superman For All Seasons and Catwoman: When in Rome.
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