Gantz Omnibus Volume 1. Hiroya Oku. Paperback
Gantz Omnibus Volume 1. Paperback. However volume 20 being at 6. 9 as of the time im writing this is a shame, this volume is necessary for you to continue onward with the series seeing as it's the end of phase 1. This volume is just too expensive and is usually the stopping point of most people's want to collect Gantz from what I've seen.
Gantz, Tome 20. Tankobon Softcover.
The chapters of the Japanese manga Gantz are written and illustrated by Hiroya Oku, and have been published in the Japanese manga anthology Weekly Young Jump since its issue 32 published in 2000. The plot follows a teenager named Kei Kurono and his friend Masaru Kato who die in a train accident and become part of a semi-posthumous game in which they, and several other recently deceased people, are forced to hunt down and kill aliens.
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Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Hiroya Oku is a manga artist who is the creator of Gantz, Zero One, and HEN, all of which have been serialized in Young Jump magazine. His manga often contain explicit violence and gore, as well as sexual situations. He won the second prize of the Youth Manga Awards in 1988, under the pen name Yahiro Kuon.
Good: The fights in this volume in particular This was a high rush chapter. At first a mysteriously new guy comes into the fold and explains to Kei that he was part of a Gantz group. Hiroya Oku (奥 浩哉 Oku Hiroya, born September 16, 1967 in Fukuoka, Fukuoka) is a mangaka who is the creator of Gantz, Zero-One and HEN, all of which have been serialized in Young Jump. He has finished working on his most renowned manga, Gantz, which began in July 2000.
Hiroya Oku(奥 浩哉Oku Hiroya) born September 16, 1967 in Fukuoka, Fukuoka is a mangaka who is the creator of Gantz, Zero-One and Hen, all of which have been serialized in Young Jump. He is currently working on Phase 3 of Gantz. His manga often contains explicit violence and gore, as well as sexual situations.
Hiroya Oku''s Gantz is a dark, violent, and shockingly adult manga, selling over fifteen million of copies in Japan and inspiring a popular anime franchise, video game, and live-action film. Illustrated by. Number of Pages. Lc Classification Number.
Gantz (Japanese: ガンツ, Hepburn: Gantsu) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiroya Oku. Gantz tells the story of Kei Kurono and Masaru Kato. Gantz tells the story of Kei Kurono and Masaru Kato, both of whom died in a train accident and become part of a semi-posthumous "game" in which they and several other recently deceased people are forced to hunt down and kill aliens armed with a handful of futuristic items, equipment, and weaponry. Both the manga and anime are noted for their heavy violence and sexual content.
Life is confusing for Kei Kurono. Once a conscripted fighter of invisible alien invaders, a strange turn of events finds him back in his old life. Having no recollection of his warrior days, the sense of something missing flickers in the shadows of his memory. But despite a missing past, Kei''s present is still a matter of life and death as he becomes the prey of a band of stylish vampires.