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Coffee And Monsters: Should You Be Reading 'Tokyo Ghoul'?
Coffee And Monsters: Should You Be Reading 'Tokyo Ghoul'?
While on the surface, popular manga often seems to be action-oriented, there are a lot of big horror titles out there that are all immensely scary and well-liked. The latest in a legacy that includes Naoki Urasawa's Monster and the work of Junji Ito is Tokyo Ghoul, a manga that combines angst over the nature of existence and what it means to live with moments of lushly illustrated, shocking terror.