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Blue Heaven

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The Blue Heaven is the greatest of luxury cruise liners, catering to its guests’ every need. While passing by a derelict fishing ship during a voyage, the Blue Heaven’s crew investigates, finding only two barely-alive survivors alongside a scene of murderous carnage. They are brought on board and treated, but one of the two men escapes custody, loses himself amongst the numerous passengers, and is confirmed the killer by the second survivor. With the ship thrown into chaos behind the scenes, can security forces find the madman before events escalate?

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Three years ago, a deadly accident forced the closure of Cofdeece, a residential and scientific facility located 6,000 meters beneath the ocean. Now, Kengo Kadokura has been sent to the newly-reopened underwater structure by its new corporate owners, and alongside other engineers, doctors and workers, he will assist with the reconstruction efforts. But when the body count begins to rise, the crew soon realizes that there's more going on at Cofdeece than meets the eye...

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These two manga aren't very similar plot-wise, but still reminded me of each other. Each takes place in the ocean (either on a cruise ship, or deep beneath the surface), and something goes (or has gone) terribly wrong. Violence and thrilling moments ensue.

Alive!

Alive!
  • Vol: 1; Ch: 10
  • 1999

In 1990 Yashiro Tenshuu murdered his lover and four others, sending him straight to death row. Now, the day of his execution has finally arrived, but at the last second he's given a choice: die, or go to work for a mysterious group of people. Choosing life, Yashiro is taken to a room and left in the company of another death row inmate, where they go from day to day with sake and other niceties, with no idea of why they are there. That is, until from behind a glass window, they see a beautiful girl awaken...

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Thrawn

Violence and the ability to kill in the form of criminals or the deranged, either one deals in death, blood and sacrifice. Both are grim and hardly light reads, but are good to tide your thirst for thrillers, even if they aren't blood-a-minute gorefests.

Battle Royale

Battle Royale

Reality TV has hit a new and disturbingly graphic low with ‘The Program,' a television series in which a purposely chosen ninth-grade class is forced to fight to the death on a remote island. With only minimal survival gear and a random weapon, each student must survive and kill their friends until only one winner remains; if the group refuses to play, all of its members are killed by the electronic collars around their necks. Girlfriends and boyfriends betray each other, friends are brutally slain by their closest companions and alliances are made and broken. On screen for the world to see, only the strongest will survive this horrific, sadistic game...

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Blue Heaven and Battle Royale definitely are not perfect matches for each other, but as BH continues it treads violently into BR's realm. I won't say more for fear of spoiling, and BR is definitely better, but these might be a decent rec pair.

Confession (Kaiji KAWAGUCHI)

Confession (Kaiji KAWAGUCHI)

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Confession and Blue Heaven are two psychological thrillers that will keep you turning the pages - that is, at least at first. Blue Heaven seriously deviates in its second volume, but fans of thrillers will definitely appreciate these two.

Zashiki Onna

Zashiki Onna
  • Vol: 1; Ch: 11
  • 1993

One night, Hiroshi is bothered by incessant knocking coming from the hall outside his door. He sees a large, stringy-haired woman pounding on his neighbor's apartment door, though she leaves soon after. However, the next day the woman returns, and this time she seems to have her cold, frightening sights set on Hiroshi...

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Zashiki Onna and Blue Heaven are definitely not identical in plot, but both are thrillers that will keep you turning the pages. Zashiki is the far better of the two, but I think fans who enjoy one would likely enjoy at least some of the other.