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Book Title: Category: Freaks, Vol. 3|
The author of the book: Sakurako Gokurakuin
ISBN 13: 9781597960960
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 810 KB
Edition: Dr. Master Productions Inc.
Date of issue: January 1st 2007
Read full description of the books Category: Freaks, Vol. 3:~2, maybe 2.5,/5
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I started this series quite a while ago, mainly because it’s by the same author as Juvenile Orion, a series that I quite enjoyed. This one… not so much. This series is just odd, a bit confusing and messy, and even a little ecchi (not that that’s bad).
This series is short at only four volumes, but it was cancelled (or the company closed—I’m not too sure which came first, this was a rather unknown company and series) after only three. I would say that it would have been nice to have finished the series, and perhaps it would have been, but this is such a confusing series. I barely even remember what happened in this volume, and I’m not even sure if I’d have been able to describe it while I was reading it.
I do know that it’s mostly, pretty much, about a group of characters, sometimes kind of detectives, who kill Freaks, which are demon-like things that attack and possess humans. Sometimes they go undercover, sometimes they stumble upon a case—it varies, I suppose.
I’m not going to go into who each character is, because even if I did check what their name was, I was never really sure who each person was, what their part was, or really anything about their personalities. The head guy, Asagi, I found kind of interesting, as well as Naoki, a guy who seems to have kind of just stumbled into the group, I think. I did like Tokiko, kind of the mascot of the gang, who’s in the body of a little girl and detects where a Freak is and eats it. I wanted to find the relationships between the characters interesting, and I did find some of it that way, but I just never really got to know any of them enough.
The whole storyline tended to get a bit confusing at times, and I had a hard time following what was happening. Maybe that was just me, though.
I’d have liked to have liked this series more. But it’s messy and rather forgettable.
Read information about the authorNative name: 極楽院櫻子
Associated names: さくら あしか; 极乐院樱子; 極楽院さくらこ; 櫻 海驢; efini; MELT DOWN; SAKURA Ashika
Part of the MELT DOWN circle with Reku Fuyunagi.
She writes most of her BL and shotacon manga under the pen name "Ashika Sakura", and writes tame BL and mainstream stories under Sakurako Gokurakuin.
She is most known as the original creator of "Sensitive Pornograph" and "Sekirei", which are now both anime. She seems to be authoring mostly male-oriented work than yaoi these days.
When she presents herself in the afterwords of her comics, she tends to be very shy, embarassed and modest when she writes them, which some fans find humorous because her manga can get very sexual and outrageous.
Gokurakuin is a huge fan of singer, Akina Nakamori.
Blood Type: AB
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