MPD Psycho Volume 9

MPD Psycho Volume 9

by Eiji Otsuka

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Overview

As the mysteries surrounding the devious Gakuso Society and the "eyeball murderers" continue to unravel, multiple personality detective Kazuhiko Amamiya seems to have returned from the grave, taking control of the Nishizono clone! Or is this just a ploy for young Tetora to negotiate his release and go off on another killing spree? The thickest MPD-Psycho volume yet brings us over two hundred pages of colorful characters, bizarre deaths, and horrific twists and turns. Lucy Monostone's descendant, a former Gakuso scientist who has a strange, mystical power over people's minds, joins the Isono Criminal Research staff, enraging the bitter, bumbling police detective Sasayama, but perhaps providing clues that Sasayama needs to solve the new "angel cult" murders. With its main characters evolving -- for better or worse -- and new faces coming to the forefront, this inventive manga series continues to earn its reputation as one of the most controversial, violent, and engaging modern crime sagas.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781630084189
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publication date: 03/11/2015
Series: MPD Psycho , #9
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
File size: 88 MB
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About the Author

Eiji Otsuka is a social critic and novelist. He graduated from college with a degree in anthropology, women's folklore, human sacrifice, and postwar manga. In addition to his work with manga, he is a critic, essayist, and author of several successful nonfiction books on Japanese popular and otaku subcultures. He writes the manga series MPD-Psycho and The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service. One of his first animation script works was Mahō no Rouge Lipstick, an adult lolicon OVA. Otsuka was the editor for the bishōjo lolicon manga series Petit Apple Pie. In the eighties, Otsuka was editor in chief of Manga Burikko, a leading women's manga magazine where he pioneered research on otaku subcultures in modern Japan. He has also published a host of books and articles about the manga industry. The author lives in Tokyo, Japan.

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