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The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Volume 11 Paperback – 28 Sep 2010


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Light and Dark 28 Sept. 2010
By Jason Talley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This volume of KCDS has only two stories in it but that's not a point against it. The main story, one of the longest in the history of the series, is a very good and suspensful mystery/drama that askes the question "Can kids who've killed ever have normal lives again?" Not a simple question and not a simple story. There's a lot going on in this story and Otsuka does a top notch job in laying it out a fashion that never stops being compelling and interesting.

As usual there are a lot of dark elements to a KCDS tale and this is no exception. Though dark and WEIRD might best describe a key element to the main story which I'll not spoil. Thankfully, there's some good humor going around to keep things from becoming depressing. Numata's road rage revenge on Yata being a highlight.

After the rather dark main story we're treated to a lighter, stranger tale which serves as a way to end the volume on a mostly humorous note. While not an especially deep story it is a needed breather and an enjoyable read none the less.

All in all a very solid entry into the series a very much worth picking up.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Really enjoyed this volume 17 Sept. 2011
By ChibiNeko - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this volume really brought me back into KCDS in a way that I hadn't enjoyed since the first few volumes of the series, mostly since this volume shows a little background about one of the characters that previously hadn't been as explored as some of the other cast members.

There's really only two stories in this book, with the "Class Cutter" tale being the longest and darkest. (They even changed the color of the volume from yellow to black sort of as a result of this.) CC has to be one of the better stories the series has had so far and also has some pretty amazing artwork. The plot manages to be intriguing without falling into overly predictable patterns and I liked that it gave us a bit of a deeper glimpse into the lives of some of our characters. The second story (involving the gang checking out a haunted hotel) wasn't as intense but was still pretty decent and I think that it was a fitting story to have after the CC episode.

What really intrigued me was that this book drew in many recent (and horrifying) real life acts, such as the Sasebo slashing (which I hadn't heard about until this volume but is an inspiration for this volume) and other horrifying incidents. There was one part that I believe was based off of the Akihabara massacre, which I was familiar with. It really brought a new level of creepiness to the manga since many of the previous stories in KCDS were so over the top that they were pretty unrealistic.

One thing I do feel obligated to point out to fans of Sasaki and Makino is that there's lots of fanservice here as far as they're concerned, so you'll have that going for you as well.
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