ハピネス 4 (Happiness, #4) by Shuzo Oshimi

ハピネス 4 (Happiness, #4)

母親を襲い、病院から姿を消した勇樹。一方、岡崎は、彼の“秘密”を知る謎の男たちに連れ去られてしまう。間一髪で、勇樹に救い出された岡崎。2人は助けを求め、ノラのもとへと向かう。しかし、ノラは勇樹を拒否し、突如襲いかかり…!?


Details ハピネス 4 (Happiness, #4)

Titleハピネス 4 (Happiness, #4)
ISBN9784063957730
Author
Release DateOct 7th, 2016
PublisherKodansha
LanguageJapanese
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Horror, Fantasy, Seinen, Paranormal, Vampires, Comics
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Reviews ハピネス 4 (Happiness, #4)

  • Artemy
    2017-07-26
    Wow, this series took a turn for the worse really fast. The story got absolutely insane and so ridiculous that it actually became quite funny at times. Unfortunately, this is probably not what the author was going for in this dark tale of teenage vampires having sex and jumping on top of buildings. Oh, and at some point there was this image for all the Milo Manara Spider-Woman cover fans:Yeah, thanks, I'm done with this series.
  • Shannon
    2017-02-21
    Well, damn. You do not want to be a girl in this series.
  • 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 ...
  • Alex Fyffe
    2017-05-03
    The series is finally starting to stretch its limbs after the relatively slow burn of the first few volumes. This volume focuses on the dichotomous relationship between our protagonist, a vampire with an A-student conscience, and his friend-turned-monster, who embraces the darkest passions of the undead. As these two split further and further apart, their friends and families are caught up in the pain and suffering of loss and carnage. This volum...