MPD Psycho, Vol. 3

MPD Psycho, Vol. 3

Eiji Otsuka Sho-u Tajima Kumar Sivasubramanian / Aug 21, 2019

MPD Psycho Vol The uncensored uncut MPD Psycho manga series continues with another volume of creative crimes slippery criminals and an enormous disturbing puzzle that s slowly unraveling with each inventive atr

  • Title: MPD Psycho, Vol. 3
  • Author: Eiji Otsuka Sho-u Tajima Kumar Sivasubramanian
  • ISBN: 9781593078584
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • The uncensored, uncut MPD Psycho manga series continues, with another volume of creative crimes, slippery criminals, and an enormous, disturbing puzzle that s slowly unraveling with each inventive atrocity The Isono Criminal Research Lab trusts that Kazuhiko Amamiya, their maverick multiple personality detective, can crack any murder case as long he can keep all of his otThe uncensored, uncut MPD Psycho manga series continues, with another volume of creative crimes, slippery criminals, and an enormous, disturbing puzzle that s slowly unraveling with each inventive atrocity The Isono Criminal Research Lab trusts that Kazuhiko Amamiya, their maverick multiple personality detective, can crack any murder case as long he can keep all of his other personalities in check His latest mystery involves a serial killer who uses body doubles and is actually famous for his macabre murder scenes and attempts at dark humor More clues on the Gakuso Group emerge, and their top company man the white haired, maniacal Zenitsu just can t stay out of the Isono Lab s business Toguchi, the tough, one eyed video journalist, now feels that he deserves a worldwide spotlight and he s on the verge of making a deal with a laughing devil

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      • Eiji Otsuka Sho-u Tajima Kumar Sivasubramanian

        Social anthropologist and novelist Graduated from college with degree in anthropology, women s folklore, human sacrifice and post war manga In addition to his work with manga he is a critic, essayist, and author of several successful non fiction books on Japanese popular and otaku sub cultures One of his first animation script works was Maho no Rouge Lipstick, an adult lolicon OVA Otsuka was the editor for the bishojo lolicon manga series Petit Apple Pie.In the 80s, Otsuka was editor in chief of Manga Burikko, a leading women s manga magazine where he pioneered research on the otaku sub culture in modern Japan In 1988 he published Manga no Koro The Structure of Comics , a serious study of Japanese comics and their social significance Also as critic, Otsuka Eiji, summarized the case of the Japanese red army s 1972 murders as a conflict between the masculine and the feminine principles as they were both embodied by women and against women Otsuka,1994.


    1. Read the review of the previous volume. Possibility of dropping it gets higher by the minute. I hope it develops a story somewhere in the near future

    2. Stuff I Read – MPD Psycho Vol 3The plot thickens in this third volume of the Multiple Personality Detective. So far we have learned that the main character apparently started out as a killer, and then as a child, after supposedly killing a bunch of people, he developed multiple personalities. Or maybe something different. It is possible, instead, that those spirits somehow jumped into him. This is technically the same universe as the Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service, so in theory things like t [...]

    3. L’enquête sur la mort, le résurrection et la re-mort d’Akio Umemiya est peu passionnante.C’est donc surtout l’occasion de souffler un peu dans l’intrigue principale et de faire le point sur ce que chacun sait.Une partie du Gouvernement est au courant du phénomène des yeux tatoués et de l’implication du groupe Gakuso là dedans. Et l’ancien petit ami d’Isono, Kito Akira, qui dirige le Quatrième Bureau, en connaît au moins autant que le Ministre de la Justice en personne.Tr [...]

    4. Whereas in the previous two volumes, the SF elements were gently hinted at, now they begin to move into the forefront. However, the stronger fantasy/SF elements don't drag the focus away from what is still character based stories. Yes, plural. For now, we begin to examine a couple of characters, not just our MPD detective. The "new" character's past is wonderfully interwoven and promises a great deal for future volumes.Please note, I ended up reading volumes 2 - 6 in almost one sitting. My memor [...]

    5. In this volume, the story is really starting to take steam. There is an expansion into more characters, and a revealing of the past around the MPD detective. Because of the way MPD switched between personalities, the threads can be difficult to follow, and I still feel like I need to have a set of notes beside me. The artwork is very nice, with clear character designs, and a clean, uncluttered style with strong line. One of the problems with the first volume seems to be clearly in the past now, [...]

    6. An interesting read-a detective with multiple personalities, one of whom is a reckless psychopath. Unfortunately, I had to start with volume 3, because the library system only has 4 random volumes (with mulitple copies still on order), so I feel I am unable to give this book a proper review, as I'm starting in the middle of the story. I wanted to read this series, because I am familiar with the author's collaboration in "The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service", and the premise of MPD (multiple per [...]

    7. Great volume, all around. We see the original children and people that seem to have sparked the various personalities of Amamiyad of course, more about Lucy Monostone! I have to say, I'm completed impressed by the quality and excellent book design that went into this series from Dark Horse. They truly do print manga for the 'collector' rather than the 'consumer.'

    8. This volume actually disappointed me. Even if I started finally see clearly two of protagonist's personalities it doesn't mean that everything became easier to understand. The plot was kinda slow and boring, at least to me. Yet we finally get a peak into some of backstories and some meetings that I was looking forward to. 3 out of 5 because this volume could've been better, but it wasn't.

    9. The brutality rages on and the mystery deepens in the 3rd volume of this fiendishly clever psychological thriller. The blood still sprays, the writing is as mature as any work English language writers like Alan Moore or Warren Ellis could put in a four color panel, and secrets come out to stun the reader into a stupor. "MPD Psycho" is one of the best Manga out there today, no question!

    10. Cogí los tres primeros volúmenes en la biblioteca pensando que eran los únicos del manga, y resulta que en total son 22. Es una lástima, porque me estaba resultando interesante la trama, pero tendré que dejarlo aquí (igual algún día me da por ver el live action que hicieron, aunque no sé yo si estará a la altura de un manga tan gore xD).

    11. Serial killer muncul lagi, kali ini Machi, bos Amamiya, jadi sandera. Ternyata pembunuh ini mengaku dulu muridnya Shinji Nishizono, salah satu kepribadian Amamiya yang kejam dan dulunya mengaku sebagai pembunuh

    12. The plot thickens. The story revolved less around the main character in this volume, and more around the side stuff going on.I'm definitely rereading what I have of this series once I get a few more volumes.

    13. Confusing does not begin to describe this magna at points. This manga is highly sophisticated and beautiful, but I had a difficult time following it at points. I might come back to this manga in the future, but I cannot justify reading it anymore.

    14. Like one of those episodes in a long-running TV series that adds some more detail to the backstory but doesn't go much of anywhere in and of itself. Enough to keep me reading, though.

    15. It takes a step back from the episodic stuff to more enrich the conspiracy that's going on. Very satisfying read, though it threatens to get confusing as fuck.

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