Hideo and his new ward, young Hiromi, head out of the desolate forest they've been hiding in, hoping to find refuge at a local shrine. Once there, however, they soon realize that populated areas are just as dangerous as the haunted woods they've left! A new ally may help them find a safe place to hole up again--but one quick, deadly bite could threaten all of their lives! Collecting two of the original Japanese volumes into each Dark Horse editio...
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Reviews I Am a Hero Omnibus, Volume 3 (I am a Hero Omnibus, #3)
- Got some baby zombies and swimming zombies as the duo travels to the fifth station of Mt. Fuji. They gain an addition to their group.Starting to get into types of survivalists.Interesting definitions for "hero" are presented that cause for pause.
- Zombie babies are so stinking creepy!!
- I dislike zombie stuff in general, but I just can't stop loving I Am A Hero.Delicious mockery of Japanese society continues. Uses tropes to its advantage. Creepy babies! Stupid people!Small nod to Romero's Dawn of the Dead.
- Read it way too fast, I'm actually depressed, but I just couldn't put it down. Can't wait for the next Omnibus.
- Absolutely enjoying this series, which has become much more zombie-centered than the earlier chapters.
- I went into this series, largely on the word of mouth that it's the best zombie manga ever written. But as of the end of Omnibus 3, I personally feel that it's got a handful of potentially good story hooks, that are mired in very tired, familiar tropes. People still follow herd mentalities, even when it's a terrible idea. There are sketchy, militaristic enclaves of survivors, where all is probably not as it seems. A lot of people are terrible und...
- The third omnibus volume continues with one focus - the society of people today. The realism of people not taking news seriously is true today. What I love is the depiction of how people are more focus on their technology today and not aware of their surroundings makes this a politically correct of the 21st century people.But coming back to the series, now the zombies has a name - ZQNs. How it came to be is surprising but what is more surprising,...
- It seems difficult for a zombie apocalypse story to turn darker, but this volume begins to focus more on how things involving people can always get worse. Hideo and his friends encounter a group of survivors, but the reality of crazy they are takes a while to sink in.The only thing I don't like about this story is that occasionally the events jump forward, skipping things that the reader might want to see happen. That is the case in this volume, ...
- This zombie manga brings an element to horror that is it typically seen in zombie stories. It's a sign the pure creativity that a manga can capture and would be so hard to do well in a feature film. The relationships here are strong and disturbing. The people are nearly all flawed. Sometimes the flaws help them, sometimes they signal their downfall. Very fun, immersive read if you dig this genre.
- En esta ocasión ha pasado escenas que me han parecido algunas bastantes surreales pero me han hecho reír mucho. Hideo es de los protagonistas con este tema que he visto, me da pena el pobre y me da ganas de abrazarlo. Un 8,5 le doy.
- This series keeps getting better with each omnibus.
- stating to think it's a bit... slow (the series on it's whole)
- The strange internet chatter interlude left me cold but the rest was delightfully unhinged.
- So far this series has me cracking up! I love it when the humor with sexual innuendo and Hideo are thrown in and the cracks taken at Japanese culture.