1. Nemuri no Fuchi
Author: Ayumu Nakamura
Nemuri no Fuchi started with the hide-and-seek game of the two main characters, Shuu and Kaori, when they were both children. But in the middle of the game, Kaori was kidnapped by a monster and disappeared. After Kaori disappeared, a series of other places also happened mysterious disappearances by the “maze”.
What is a “labyrinth”? Nobody knows, only know that the “labyrinth” will only connect with the doors that haven’t opened for a long time and will kidnap its victims inside.
Eight years after Shuu, still regretting Kaori to disappear, entered the labyrinth to find Kaori again.
The first three chapters of NoF cannot be called good and Shuu’s character building is not good, however, the beginning of NoF with the idea of a maze, timeless and monsters to say is very good. because it’s not to the point that cliché mimics the old idea in previous horror manga.
However, the weakness of NoF is obvious after the author certainly had an idea in his mind but did not know how to do it. Too many holes and too many cases happen just because it happened. There is no satisfactory explanation.
If NoF can last at least over 40 chapters, there will be fewer holes and characters will be better built to help readers easily empathize with them (but eventually becomes nobody dies, plot twist too cliché and the cast is too general).
Brushstrokes is the brightest point of NoF because the way the monsters are shaped is very good and also scary. “At least this mangaka can draw” will be the reaction of the majority of readers.
Another plus point is that the manga is only 14 chapters long, so when you read through to the point where things started to go downhill, you could still think: “Oh, there are a few chapters to finish.”
Drawn by a young prodigy in the horror “, it turned out that NoF ended up being a disappointment because the author was too inexperienced. Nemuri no Fuchi was published in Bessatsu Shounen Magazine in February 2013 and This is also the only Ayumu Nakamura series to date.Poor Nakamura was born, it seems that the failure of NoF is a heavy blow to the spirit.
Author: Tomonori Inoue
The girls’ mission is to find and observe mutations, mutations and to directly rescue the people who have remained in Tokyo since the disaster. The Coppelion is divided into different teams, the Search team and also the main characters are the trio: Ibara Naruse, Taeko Nomura, Aoi Fukasaku.
Coppelion’s strongest point is that this manga has the color of a Japanese after the nuclear disaster that destroyed Tokyo and how the Japanese government struggled at a world conference to abolish the use of nuclear power. because of the danger.
Readers will follow the Search team and feel the stories of people who chose to stay in Tokyo instead of evacuating. From the girls developing gradually after interacting with these people and the Coppelion’s past revealed, readers also gradually feel attached to the fate of the Coppelion when they were never born by themselves. but only as government puppets and scientists.
One of the best things about Coppelion is that when Coppelion cannot have children, they also do not have parents because they are copies. This is an extremely important episode when the character development of the Coppelion.
This incident, which should have been very good, but did not go into depth as well as how to shape the Prime Minister’s character makes readers wonder “Is it sympathetic?”. As for survivors, they have absolutely no important role after nearly 100 chapters.
You want the story to dive into their survival efforts? Unfortunately, from chapter 70 onwards Coppelion became a regular Shounen manga when the esper powers began to jump in.
Are coppelions genetically modified to live in radioactive environments? Good concept. Ibara is faster and stronger than a normal person, able to see far away; Taeko can understand animals; Aoi is useless and has no memorable points.
Later, readers were introduced to more Coppelions and these Coppelions can be considered as the decline of the whole manga.
I have a Coppelion that can turn my body into sand, it seems that she is the son of Gaara; we have a Coppelion that is a genetically unicellular organism or a turnip but it’s big and has the intelligence like a normal human being; Finally, we have a Coppelion with the ability to control atoms, fly, shoot with a finger just like Yu Yu Hakusho and can destroy the entire building in seconds.
Not to mention, why is only the Cleaning team armed? Why does the search team have only one gun for three girls and that gun doesn’t even have a bullet that can do damage?
Although, many will say that the Coppelion wearing student clothes symbolizes the young generation is taking on the shoulders of many responsibilities that are all the fault of the previous generation as well as facing difficult challenges. their.
If so, then the details of the Coppelion cannot bear children and with their unreasonable delving into knowing they are only pawns of the government is more than enough.
Only the first 50-80 chapters should be read. After that, I can skip it because the series got downhill seriously after chapter 50
The drawing of Coppelion can be said to be quite bad, readers can completely ignore because it is really nothing worth talking about.
3. Tenku Shinpan aka High-Rise Invasion
What is the point leading to Tenkuu’s decline? Also the same goes down of Coppelion, strength. Do you want big tits girls to fight? Enough.
Do you want a big boob girl with a big gun and explode a big building? Even some big houses exploded.
Do you want to see the white big boobs girl holding a big gun with some big black muscular guys on a big building?
In short, Tenkuu Shinpan lost the Horror essence of the first chapters and gradually moved back to the regular Shounen fighting genre.
Not to mention, the biggest minus of Tenkuu Shinpan is the mechanism of the operation of the mask when it is clear that the introduction here is the mask that can hypnotize the wearer.
It is not new or special for a person to be hypnotized to overcome the normal power of ordinary people. But when the author started to upgrade the characters with the ability to collapse the corridor or break the curb, then you realize that Tenku Shinpan has gone too far.
You are hypnotized, you are stronger does not mean that your body can withstand the impact of the impact as well as how strong you are, but when you hit the wall, you will always be subjected to a counter force.
Newton’s Law 3: In all cases, when object A acts on object B a force, object B also react object A force. These two forces are on the same line, the same magnitude but in the opposite direction.
I’m surprised that up until the last chapter, no character had broken his arm just by punching the wall….