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As a lifelong horror fan, I can enjoy most forms of frights the medium has to offer. But manga gets to me in a real way; a serious skin-crawling, spine-shivering way. Who knows? Heads explode, bodies are shredded, and all of it looks gooey and gross. A collection of seemingly disparate horror stories at first, each of these short tales soon establish that they are indeed not only part of the same world, but part of the same story.
Voices in the Dark (闇の声; Yami No Koe)
This is not for the faint of heart. What is the most fucked up manga that you have ever seen. I remember being disturbed by a mother slapping her daughter, because the little girl was upset due to not finding a certain rose. This scene is actually from Umineko no koro ni aka When the Seagulls Cry. There is also the manga called The Laughing Vampire, which deals with sexual abuse, gore, murder, arson, vampirism and so many other gruesome things. The story starts with this old lady telling this boy about this person, who had just suffered an apocalyptic disaster. This person was just scavenging through the dead and rubble caused by this disaster and one of the few remaining humans found this person. They took off the person's disguise and were horrified by the person's-no this woman's face. They called the woman an onibaba, a Japanese yokai that takes the form of an old lady and steals the clothes from the deceased I think that's it. Anyways, they hung this woman and this woman later resurrected as a vampire.
They are squirmy, terrifying little creatures that I am not entirely comfortable with. When they open their mouths and say things profound or interesting, I get confused. I deal with four legged babies a lot better — I understand they just want to be pet and fed and occasionally they have to poop. But my friends have started procreating. I have a lot more in common with them than I thought. What TV shows are good for them to watch? Are they too young for a convention? If you want your child to read some awesome manga, look no further than the list below. The manga revolves around her every day adventures, which are generally adorable and interjected with lots of humor. She is more ignorant than most five year olds to every day things — like swingsets and doorbells.