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Quite a few of the series we’ve translated here have been adapted for the screen. I had the fortune / misfortune to check some of them out. I’m notoriously hard on adaptations, so this should be interesting. Warning: this post … Continue reading
I’ve been remiss in not mentioning the flood of Junji Ito stories that have been translated lately (none of them by me I’m afraid). These are mostly from Ito’s multi-volume Horror Collection, and your scanlators have mostly been the prolific … Continue reading
(This is a review of the first animated adaptation of a Junji Ito comic, GYO. It is a review aimed at fans of his work. Unlike the movie. If you haven’t seen it yet, the folks at WhyNot have been … Continue reading
Happy Halloween, everyone. Returning champion naereid has come out of hiding to help me bring you a newly translated Junji Ito story right on time. Short and sweet at sixteen pages.
You’ve probably heard the news by now. The major publishers in Japan have banded together to create a digital comics initiative called JManga. As part of their site launch they have licensed Naoyuki Ochiai’s CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: A FALSIFIED ROMANCE … Continue reading
A schoolgirl runs away from home, to a town where there are no roads or streets. Even in 1992, Ito was finding stories where other people might not think to look – in the fear that you are always exposed … Continue reading
No doubt you’ve heard the news, Junji Ito is finally to get one of his stories adapted for animation. GYO! When I complain, things get done, boy.
Thanks to everyone who voted. This one was a bit of a landslide. The next Junji Ito story you’ll see at this site will be …
It’s that time again, to cast your vote for the next Junji Ito short story. Remember to read how to vote, or you’ll look silly in front of everybody.