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I am so excited for this This volume expands a little, as we see other human parasyte hybrids, including a guy with a Parasyte jaw There s also a pretty dark happening with a major character.The whole talking hand thing turned me off in the first volume, but in this volume I do admit it started to grow on me Er, no pun intended The whole human parasyte as a team is sorta neat when the human side makes the pairaltruistic.In any case this is a pretty decent read but I doubt I continue with the series anytime soon This volume expands a little, as we see other human parasyte hybrids, including a guy with a Parasyte jaw There s also a pretty dark happening with a major character.The whole talking hand thing turned me off in the first volume, but in this volume I do admit it started to grow on me Er, no pun intended The whole human parasyte as a team is sorta neat when the human side makes the pairaltruistic.In any case this is a pretty decent read but I doubt I continue with the series anytime soon In the future though, I may get back to it I seem to be in the middle of several long and dense books so I was after some light reliefLook no further than Parasyte 2 the second in the series and evenenjoyable than the first as the story makessense and becomes clearer.Super quick, funny, creative and thoroughly enjoyable.More please This got a bit darker than the first one Shinji faced such a heartbreaking situation And now he is really changing physically and mentally, becomingviolent and strong I liked his boyish side, let s see how his manly side will be.I can t say that I liked the artstyle, but I can t do anything about it either It seems I have spoiled myself with beautiful artworks of first mangas of mine. I am really enjoying this funny story It is about the relationship between parasites and their hosts. It just gets better and better But osidjdjsksk Shinichi don t be sad |Download Book ⚓ Parasyte, Volume 2 ♾ PERSONAL DEMONShin looks like an ordinary high school boy, but he has a terrible secret an alien parasite has infected his body This mysterious creature is ruthless, deadly, and utterly indifferent to human sufferingand it is beginning to assert itself over Shin As Shinji fights for control of his body, can he also hold on to his humanity I did not like this quite as much as the first volume, but it is still pretty strong There are a couple big things that happen, which will make the continuing story interesting. Series Rating 4 StarsFirstly a warning, Parasyte is horror not the fluffy kind.It s violent and the artwork backs this up.I personally prefer creepy over violent horror but Parasyte didn t bother me, because it s not just about gore and death there is plenty of plot Shin s parasite didn t succeed in taking him over, instead he s trapped in Shin s hand and the two of them develop and odd and sometimes rather amusing relationship Meanwhile, around them the bodies count is going up.There w Series Rating 4 StarsFirstly a warning, Parasyte is horror not the fluffy kind.It s violent and the artwork backs this up.I personally prefer creepy over violent horror but Parasyte didn t bother me, because it s not just about gore and death there is plenty of plot Shin s parasite didn t succeed in taking him over, instead he s trapped in Shin s hand and the two of them develop and odd and sometimes rather amusing relationship Meanwhile, around them the bodies count is going up.There were some parts of this story that have some serious emotional punch you ll know the ones I mean when you read Parasyte and I was impressed by how much the first few volumes in this series got to me Shin s character slowly begins to change as the story progresses, is it because of what s happening or because of the parasite Parasyte has an overall story arc of why they aliens have come, which brings up another set of questions for you to ponder As does the conclusion to the series This is a review of the entire series.Synopsis They arrive in silence and darkness They descend from the skies They have a hunger for human flesh They are everywhere They are parasites, alien creatures who must invade and take control of a human host to survive And once they have infected their victims, they can assume any deadly form they choose monsters with giant teeth, winged demons, creatures with blades for hands But most have chosen to conceal their lethal purpose behind ordinary This is a review of the entire series.Synopsis They arrive in silence and darkness They descend from the skies They have a hunger for human flesh They are everywhere They are parasites, alien creatures who must invade and take control of a human host to survive And once they have infected their victims, they can assume any deadly form they choose monsters with giant teeth, winged demons, creatures with blades for hands But most have chosen to conceal their lethal purpose behind ordinary human faces So no one knows their secret except an ordinary high school student Shin is battling for control of his own body against an alien parasite, but can he find a way to warn humanity of the horrors to come Review A very smoothly paced psychological thriller with creative action scenes, philosophical commentary and witty humor featuring body morphing parasites that use human body parts as hosts The protagonist goes through some extreme character development at a rapid pace without feeling rushed, forcing himself to adjust from a once familiar world that now feels hostile and alien because of the parasite that has infiltrated his body and marked him as a target for bloodthirsty predators both human and inhuman Faced with impossible odds and countless moral dilemmas, Shin and his parasite Migi have no choice but to band together for the sake of their mutual survival Seeing the extremes of every living creature and the cruelty that all species are capable of, you ll end the story with a few questions Who are the real monsters is just one of many.It channels vibes from 1980 s sci fi horror flicks like John Carpenter s The Thing and even some of Junji Ito s bizarre and morbidly funny body horror It s a great read for fans of retro horror that packs just the right amount of emotional and philosophical punches