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Tokyo Ghoul, Vol. 3 Paperback – October 20, 2015
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Sui Ishida was born in Fukuoka, Japan. He is the author of Tokyo Ghoul and several Tokyo Ghoul one-shots, including one that won him second place in the Weekly Young Jump 113th Grand Prix award in 2010. Tokyo Ghoul began serialization in Weekly Young Jump in 2011 and was adapted into an anime series in 2014.
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Ishida's made these characters easy to relate too. The character development is stellar. You can relate to every single one and you see yourself routing not only for the main character, Kaneki but side characters too (Hinami, Amon and Touka). You start to sympathize for the ghouls and humans.The scene between Amon and Kaneki fully illustrate the conflict. How the humans view the ghouls and how some ghouls have humanity, morals and goals (Touka illustrates this well). Hinami's development is beautifully tragic. Kaneki, being a hybrid (half-ghoul and half-human) starts to understand both sides, yet still unstable controlling himself.
The art is phenomenal, especially the backgrounds. It's detailed and dark--fitting the horror, tragedy theme of this seinen manga.
So Mado's been in the investigation business for too long, he's insane.
Ryoko's been hiding at Anteiku since her face was shown to the dove's. Mourning her mother's death Toaka tries cheering her up but to Toaka's distaste the girl only wants Kaneki. He's been teachering her how to read since she can't go to human schools.
Toaka's also trying to get Kaneki in shape to fight, he insisted though I think he regrets it. He wants to be stronger and not as frail so as to protect others and himself. Still refusing to feast upon humans, even if they were suicide victums.
Out of rage and want for revenge Toaka slaughtered a dove in an attempt to prove to Ryoko that her mother's being avenged only to find it worked in the opposite way.
Amon, a Ghoul Investigator, is trying to find the girl along with Mayo. Amon's believed the way humans have, that ghouls must be destroyed, they're merely insects to dissect. Like many investigators he refuses to rest until all of them are taken down and held accountable for their "meals".
Kaneki's brainwashed, human ways are shattering as he's finding out the opposite. That ghouls are no different than humans and they can FEEL the same emotions as humans. Wishing to save Ryoko Kaneki may have to relinquish to the ghoul inside of him. But can he hold back the animal that wishes to devour? What does the finished mask look like? Can Kaneki keep up his resistance to indulge in a "meal"? So many questions but you must read the book for the answers, and then be eager to read the next book for more answers.
Very addicting! No romance scenes so cancel out sex for sure. Cursing is a thing in this series so expect it, and gore, of course. But again the gores blurred out by the motion of the characters. Though the ending scenes are a little creepy because of Mado. As I said he's gone insane but no spoilers here. Just read.
Now tracking package . . . Tracking package. . . Man when's the fourth book going to be in my mailbox!