[Reading] ➶ Venus in the Blind Spot ➬ Junji Ito – Tactical-player.co.uk

Venus in the Blind Spot A Best Of Collection Of Creepy Tales From Eisner Award Winner And Legendary Horror Master Junji ItoThis Ultimate Collection Presents The Most Remarkable Short Works Of Junji Ito S Career, Featuring An Adaptation Of Rampo Edogawa S Classic Horror Story Human Chair And Fan Favorite The Enigma Of Amigara Fault In A Deluxe Presentation With Special Color Pages And Color Illustrations From His Most Recent Long Form Manga No Longer Human, Every Page Invites Readers To Revel In A World Of Terror

10 thoughts on “Venus in the Blind Spot

  1. says:

    I ve read a lot of Junji Ito s work at this point, and it s generally a bit hit or miss for me, but thankfully, this was a huge hit I absolutely loved this collection and can easily say it s one of my favorites of his works It spans a grouping of short stories, some written by other authors, and altogether, while they certainly don t fit a the

  2. says:

    4.0 StarsThis was another solid collection from the brilliant and talented horror manga author, Junji Ito Like all his previous work, the artwork was stunning, disturbing and disgusting often at the same time As with any short story collections, there were standouts and forgettable ones.Personal Favourites Billions Alone This was my favourite of th

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    I ve been trying for months to get Junji Ito books but whenever I find them they are very expensive When Viz media accepted my request on Netgalley for this book I felt it was Christmas day I read the entire book on the same day.Venus in the Blind Spot includes a collection of 10 creepy horror stories.The illustrations are terrifying, and some are a bit

  4. says:

    2.25Not the best collection, honestly, though there are some interesting back stories that aren t something Ito usually supplies, including him reminiscing over his love of horror manga as a kid It s understandable to me why he holds Kazuo Umezu in such high regard, but usually I think Ito is way better himself Umezu might just be too campy for me.I like it

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    While this isn t my favorite Ito collection, the adaptations of Edogawa Ranpo s work are fascinating I especially like and respect his take on The Human Chair it serves as both a retelling and a sequel to the original 1925 short story, and it s tonally faithful I m definitely going to have to find a way to use it when I teach the original short story in class.Bey

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    Warnings extreme body horror, corpse mutilation, stalking and gendered violence, sexual assault, necrophilia, animal deathReading this anthology is like discovering new fears that you didn t know you had As an anthology, not much connects the stories with each other, but they are all like way out there, in terms of what the horrific element is The first story itself

  7. says:

    is a best of collection of creepy tales, presenting the most remarkable short works of Junji Ito s career, and featuring an adaptation of Rampo Edogawa s classic horror story Human Chair and fan favorite The Enigma of Amigara Fault In a deluxe presentation with special color pages and color illustrations from his most recent long form manga No Longer Human, every page inv

  8. says:

    Junji Ito never fails to horrify and sicken me with the stories he produces and, most importantly, his grotesque art style.Even though I gave this five stars and loved the majority of this, I didn t fully enjoy every single element of this book I found The Sad Tale of the Principal Post to be a bit too short for my liking yet it did not lack in strangeness.I also felt that Mast

  9. says:

    3.5 Venus in the Blind Spot is described as a best of collection, featuring the most remarkable short works of Junji Ito s career Standouts from the book are An Unearthly Love unpredictable and tense , How Love Came to Professor Kirida incredibly entertaining and the classic The Enigma of Amigara Fault disturbing as hell However, I found the selection here less compelling than the p

  10. says:

    I recently read The Shiver Collection and really enjoyed it a lot So the moment I saw the new Junji Ito was on Netgalley, I jumped at the chance to read it early I decided since this is a bunch of short stories I will review them one by one and then give my overall view.Billions Alone So this was such a great way to start off the short story collection It s super eerie It kinda made me t

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