Monster (Complete series)



BOOKS Monster Complete Series Naoki Urasawa Bandcamptomp3.co.uk Dr Kenz Tenma Is A Young Japanese Doctor, Working At Eisler Memorial Hospital In D Sseldorf In 1986 An Accomplished Brain Surgeon, He Seems To Have Everything A Promotion In The Offing The Favor Of The Hospital S Director, Heinemann And Heinemann S Daughter Eva As His Fianc E However, Tenma Is Increasingly Dissatisfied With The Political Bias Of The Hospital In Treating Patients, And Seizes The Chance To Change Things After A Massacre Brings Twins Johan And Anna Liebert Into The Hospital Johan Has A Gunshot Wound To His Head, And Anna Mutters About Killing Tenma Decides To Operate On Johan Instead Of The Mayor Of D Sseldorf, Who Arrived Later Johan Is Saved, But Mayor Roedecker Dies Tenma Loses His Social Standing And Eva As A Result However, Director Heinemann And The Other Doctors In Tenma S Way Are Mysteriously Murdered, And Both Children Disappear From The Hospital Soon Afterwards The Police Suspect Tenma, Since He Benefits From The Turn Of Events However, They Have No Evidence And Can Only Question Him.Nine Years Later, Tenma Is Chief Of Surgery At Eisler Memorial After Saving A Criminal Named Adolf Junkers After Junkers Was Hit By A Car, He Hears Junkers Muttering About A Monster Tenma Is Kind To Junkers, Who Reciprocates By Opening Up To The Doctor One Evening, When Tenma Returns With A Clock As A Gift For Junkers, He Finds The Guard In Front Of Junkers Room Dead And Junkers Gone Following The Trail To The Construction Site Of A Half Finished Building Near The Hospital, Tenma Finds Junkers Held At Gunpoint Concerned For Tenma S Safety, Junkers Warns Him Against Coming Closer And Pleads With Him To Run Away Tenma Refuses, And The Man Holding The Gun Is Revealed To Be Johan Liebert, The Boy Whose Life Tenma Saved Nine Years Earlier Despite Tenma S Attempts To Reason With Him Johan Shoots Junkers Telling Tenma He Could Never Kill The Man Who Saved His Life, He Walks Off Into The Night, With Tenma Too Shocked To Stop Him.After This Incident Tenma Is Again Suspected By The Police Particularly Inspector Lunge , And He Tries To Find Information About Johan He Soon Discovers That The Boy S Sister Now Called Nina Is Living A Happy Life As The Adopted Daughter Of Two Caring Parents The Only Traces Of Her Terrible Past Are A Few Nightmares Tenma Finds Nina On Her Birthday He Keeps Her From Johan, But Is Too Late To Stop Him From Murdering Her Foster Parents Tenma Eventually Learns The Origins Of This Monster From The Former East Germany S Attempt To Use A Secret Orphanage Known As 511 Kinderheim To Create Perfect Soldiers Through Psychological Reprogramming To The Author Of A Children S Book Used In A Eugenics Experiment In Czech Republic Tenma Also Learns The Scope Of The Atrocities Committed By This Monster , And Vows To Fix The Mistake He Made By Saving Johan S Life.Monster (Complete series)

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  • Paperback
  • 3888 pages
  • Monster (Complete series)
  • Naoki Urasawa
  • Japanese
  • 17 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Monster (Complete series)

  1. says:

    Very dark, but at the end of the series, there is still hope.

  2. says:

    Will stop my thoughts until having someone to talk to

  3. says:

    An 18 volume manga series, regarded by some as the best ever, is tough to review in the few sentences I m willing to give it It was good, certainly, and entertaining but perhaps the destructive promise of the early volumes was constrained by the small town settings in which the later volumes unfold What could have unfolded into some kind of world destruction plot to which Japanese storytelling is no stranger or an intimately personal story of self destruction which is sometimes all the mor An 18 volume manga series, regarded by some as the best ever, is tough to review in the few sentences I m willing to give it It was good, certainly, and entertaining but perhaps the destructive promise of the early volumes was constrained by the small town settings in which the later volumes unfold What could have unfolded into some kind of world destruction plot to which Japanese storytelling is no stranger or an intimately personal story of self destruction which is sometimes all thewrenching instead finds itself in the middle, with a lot of characters but not untold millions Christopher Nolan esque questions is it real, or not are hinted at, but not asked, and one wonders if the author really even wanted to ask them Spoiler In the end, the middle volumes carry the show One review online, which I think posits a creative way of readin...

  4. says:

    La historia era prometedora, pero ha resultado ser un aut ntico tost n La impresi n final es que el autor no sab a muy bien qu hacer con los personajes principales, as que se dedica a complicar la trama con grupos de la ultraderecha alemana, ex agentes de la RDA, experimentos de lavado de cerebro vamos, lo de siempre Esta historia ya la hemos le do en un mont n de sitios Los personajes son de lo m s t pico y previsible, y algunos de los di logos son simplemente sonrojantes Una penita, p La historia era prometedora, pero ha resultado ser un aut ntico ...

  5. says:

    Someone warned me that when I would start reading this book, I would read through the whole thing in one go It was true, with a nap break from 3 in the morning to 10 at noon, then continuing to get to the end.I warned other...

  6. says:

    I m big fan of Urasawa s work since 20th century boys For me, this manga was Amazing, the way the story is developed never revealing to much, always keeping the mistery is really great There s a lot of characters but all the side stories of this characters ...

  7. says:

    In general it does a decent job at keeping you reading to know what will happen next and wondering who is who in the story However the childish dialogs and the absurd and constant coincidences in the plot didn t leave a very good feeling after reading it.

  8. says:

    Still one of the greatest stories I ve ever read.

  9. says:

    Masterpiece

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