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Deadman Wonderland, Vol. 3 Paperback – June 10, 2014
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Ganta is now living with the other Deadmen in Ward G. He survived his first stint in Carnival Corpse and on return to the Ward meets the cute and petite Minatsuki, who Ganta is instinctively drawn to protect. Unfortunately for Ganta, Minatsuki has some pretty disturbing secrets. After that we learn more about Shiro and Ganta starts to remember things from his past that involve Shiro. Then we meet some new characters that are staging some sort of rebellion within Deadman Wonderland, they appear to be lead by the mysterious Naga. As if all this craziness wasn’t enough we meet a Supermonk named Genkaku who seems to be out to kill Ganta.
The story gets a lot more complex in this book (as you can see from the above). Especially towards the end of the story we meet a lot of new characters and the story takes a lot of new twists.
There is a ton of action in here. A good portion of the book is a Carnival Corpse fight between Ganta and another Deadman. The illustration continues to be incredibly well done with a lot of great detail, it’s also easy to follow.
This book is rated for older teen, which I guess I agree with. It’s very very violent and deals with a lot of disturbing subjects such as torture, incest, murder, and gory dismemberment to name a few. Just make sure you know that going in.
Overall this was another great installment in the Deadman Wonderland series. I am excited to see what happens in the next book.
All of the characters in this series are just turning out to be psychotic, and I don’t know how to take that. We officially meet a new character in this series, and there is seriously something wrong with her, even if it does get explained why. And I feel bad for Yo about it.
There’s a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes, with the people in charge. Then we meet some underground people who can do things, you know, work things out, who want to go against the games and the people in charge. I’m not really sure how any of that is going to work out, though.
And I kind of don’t even want to breach the subject of what happened with Shiro. I don’t know how to handle what was revealed about her in this volume, because I’m so surprised, and so completely confounded by it. I don’t understand why she did it. I even feel a little betrayed.
The next volume is definitely going to be interesting. I want to find out more about Shiro, and why, and I want to see what Yo does, if anything. There’s also sure to be some more games and horrible violence, and I will cringe, but I’m mostly interested in Shiro, because I’m not even sure what to think anymore.
Also, I might have said this already, but I do really like the color pages. The one in this volume was rather pretty, and they’re all just so nice to look at.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]