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A SHIT TO REMEMBER by Junji Ito

A four page short, rounding out all the content worth translating in Frankenstein. This one somehow manages to be even less mature than the last one, but is done in a wistful nostalgic style that I’ve never seen from Ito. … Continue reading

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Junji Ito's FRANKENSTEIN (3/3)

Thanks for waiting. The story departs rather gruesomely from the source material in this final part.

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Junji Ito's FRANKENSTEIN (2/3)

The second of three parts of Frankenstein, by the Uzumaki and Gyo guy. In which we finally learn what the beast has been doing all this time, the bodycount grows, and a compromise is reached.

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Junji Ito's FRANKENSTEIN (1/3)

You might remember Junji Ito being the mind who brought us that special kind of unsettling in Uzumaki and Gyo. And now he brings us … a surprisingly restrained and faithful retelling of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.

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