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Cat Eyed Boy

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Hated by humans and demons alike, Cat Eyed Boy wanders from place to place, with terror following him wherever he goes. Whether it’s witnessing the tale of a boy who tortures insects, a man who just won’t die, a meatball monster or an ugly boy who wants revenge on the girl who scorned him, Cat Eyed Boy finds himself in a variety of horrific situations in which he’s often cast as a scapegoat. From battling with the Band of Hundred Monsters to trying to save a village from grotesque tsunami summoners, Cat Eyed Boy will see the darkness of the human spirit and the consequences of interfering with the spirit world.

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Cat Eyed Boy ZorroMeisterZ 4/10 Feb 21, 2012
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My Favorite Manga sothis 27 Nov 26, 2009

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Drifting Classroom is Kazuo Umezu's best, while Cat Eyed Boy is his second best. Both are gruesome, violent tales of terror that you'll love - just note that TDC is way more explicit.

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Gyo and Cat Eyed Boy are gruesome and awesome tales of terror that you'll absolutely love, with twisted artwork and genuine thrills.

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Uzumaki and Cat Eyed Boy are twisted, grotesque tales of horror that will keep you hooked from start to end. Both also have an episodic slant with a bit of consistency with the characters. HIGHLY recommended.