Dragon Head, Volume 2

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Dragon Head, Volume 2

Dragon Head Volume As Teru Ako and Nobuo move outside their derailed train to gather supplies until help arrives little do they know the terror that awaits them Death and decay fill the pitch black tunnel and Nobuo s

  • Title: Dragon Head, Volume 2
  • Author: Minetaro Mochizuki
  • ISBN: 9781595329158
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • As Teru, Ako and Nobuo move outside their derailed train to gather supplies until help arrives, little do they know the terror that awaits them Death and decay fill the pitch black tunnel, and Nobuo suddenly starts to lose sight of reality Meanwhile, Teru finds an air duct that may lead to the outside But the intense struggle to survive is just beginning, and salvationAs Teru, Ako and Nobuo move outside their derailed train to gather supplies until help arrives, little do they know the terror that awaits them Death and decay fill the pitch black tunnel, and Nobuo suddenly starts to lose sight of reality Meanwhile, Teru finds an air duct that may lead to the outside But the intense struggle to survive is just beginning, and salvation is still far from everyone s grasp

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    One thought on “Dragon Head, Volume 2

    1. Estelle on said:

      Shit's getting INTENSE!! This is Lord of the Flies, on steroids, in a dark tunnel.

    2. Melissa Chung on said:

      Nobuo is crazier then ever. Teru and Ako are still trying to survive and keep away from Nobuo. Teru thinks he has found a way out but is uncertain where the water pipe will lead. It's getting hotter in the tunnel. It's already been a week with no clue as to what is happening on the surface.I am enjoying this weird story. The illustrations for the most part really help the story along. I will definitely be picking up vol: 3

    3. Amanda on said:

      I hope this gets better, this has all of the stupid tropes I hate:1. People not working together in a survival situation. It goes Lord of the Flies. Seriously. There is more than enough books about that damn plot.2. Rape. Yep. There's a woman there. Therefore she needs to be raped have to get that in. 3. Useless woman. Useless. When she's not being a weak piss-ant, she's trying to stop Teru from killing the guy who has gone insane. The next book had better be better or I'm done with this series. [...]

    4. Nick on said:

      Overall Rating: ASummary: Created by Minetaro Mochizuki, the series is a psychological horror seinen manga. Dragon Head follows Teru Aoki, a school kid, who wakes up in a wrecked train. He had been traveling home with his classmates after a school trip, and just before entering a tunnel he saw something strange on the horizon. Some catastrophe has occurred, and now most of his classmates and teachers are dead, the tunnel is oddly hot, and is caved in on both sides.The only other survivors are No [...]

    5. Eunice Lei Wu on said:

      This is the first manga, comic, graphic novel, or image-centered book I’ve ever read. I was actually surprised at how quick it was to read. I don’t usually read books that can’t stand alone without the pictures but I find that it’s actually pretty enjoyable. The plot is psychologically horrific in nature and the artwork magnifies that aspect of the story. Much of the fear that the story generates comes from the ‘unknown’ goings-on, and Nobuo’s mentally disturbed character. I don’ [...]

    6. Robert Beveridge on said:

      Minetaro Mochizuki, Dragon Head vol. 2 (Tokyopop, 1995)Dragon Head takes a safe, if slightly disappointing, turn towards straight action in this volume. Teru and Nobuo are set up as adversaries, with Nobuo claiming the territory inside the train and Teru taking what's outside—including an air shaft that may lead the three survivors to freedom. With Mochizuki not necessarily trying for horror-movie atmosphere here, there's ample time to focus on these characters and their situation. So while th [...]

    7. Feather Mista on said:

      Me gusta que todo siga misterioso y angustiante como en el primer tomo, pero en este ya empiezan a caer en tópicos comunes del género catástrofe/apocalipsis, como que uno de los pocos sobrevivientes se vuelva loco. De todos modos, el recurso está bien llevado y al pibe ese ya le venía chiflando el moño desde antes, así que tampoco es que quede rebuscado ni nada. Es un tomo bastante bueno a la hora de mantener el interés, aunque no tanto como el anterior ni como el siguiente.

    8. Jennn on said:

      I like this series. I like the mystery behind it, the hopelessness, the fight for survival, and the characters being pushed to the brink of insanity. The psychology behind it is interesting and I think it's a good accurate portrayal of people facing a major disaster and possible extinction.

    9. Jacobi on said:

      OK, this pretty much just turned into Lord of the Flies in a subway, but it's really working for me. The characters are still pretty flat, but they feel a little more well-formed that what was present in volume 1 which is nice.

    10. Daniel Sepúlveda on said:

      Una notable mejoría con respecto al numero anterior.

    11. Ana on said:

      Um manga fantástico, do princípio ao fim, num cenário apocalíptico, mas centrado nas suas ricas personagens.

    12. janna banana on said:

      If you are claustrophobic and scared of the darkness, don't read this. It also has rape.

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