ハピネス 3 (Happiness, #3) by Shuzo Oshimi

ハピネス 3 (Happiness, #3)

「このまま死ぬ? それとも、同じになる?」。謎の少女に襲われ、決断を迫られたあの夜──。幸せでも、不幸でもなかった僕のありきたりな日常は、跡形もなく壊れてしまった…。『惡の華』押見修造が描く、鮮血のダークヒーロー奇譚!彼の血を、これまで飲んだどんなものより“おいしい”と思った──。“渇き”に耐えられず、...


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Titleハピネス 3 (Happiness, #3)
ISBN9784063956658
Author
Release DateMay 9th, 2016
Publisher講談社
LanguageJapanese
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Horror, Fantasy, Seinen, Paranormal, Vampires, Graphic Novels
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Reviews ハピネス 3 (Happiness, #3)

  • Jane
    2017-09-03
    What beautiful drawing style! What a captivating story! I'm simply sorry that I managed to get my hands on only the first three volumes of this series, because I would've loved to keep reading about Makoto Ozaki's new life as a vampire.There were some parts that didn't make sense to me till a bit later on, but overall I think I got the gist of it all and quite enjoyed this slightly different vampire world.The only thing that didn't make any sense...
  • Alex Fyffe
    2017-03-19
    The third volume in the series continues to improve on the basic premise laid down in the initial volume, further developing the characters and continuing to dazzle visually with psychedelic body warping and Van Gogh starscapes. The art remains the most fascinating part of this series, but the characters are slowly starting to flesh out and become more emotionally involving now, as well. The best part is the way Oshimi physically depicts the inne...
  • Comics Alternative
    2017-04-29
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  • Joe Lawry
    2018-02-12
    (NOTE: This review is for the entire manga series and not each individual volume)To me, "Happiness" felt a lot like John Lindqvist's "Let The Right One In" if it had been created as a Japanese manga. The premise of the two stories is essentially the same: boy meets girl, girl turns boy into a vampire, then boy has to navigate the various complexities of adolescence while simultaneously coming to grips with his newfound, supernatural physiology.Wh...
  • Jason
    2018-02-06
    [This review is for volumes 2-5, so SPOILERS]The mood is so palpable it's like a character in the series. So somber and dramatic. It's probably my favorite aspect of the story. I'm kinda "meh" when it comes to vampires, but this is a story about so much more-relationships, sexuality, sociology, family, etc. The whole vampire schtick is clearly a vehicle for other messages. But not in a preachy or obvious way at all, no sir! Yuuki's character arc ...