Itsuki Kamiyama is a young man in high school who is morbidly obsessed with murders and death; he even combs through the paper for new information about killings. One day when he notices his classmate Yoru and the scars on her pale wrist, he sees that she too shares his interest in death. Together, the two of them manage to solve a string of murders - not for any sense of justice, but rather out of curiosity. Yet, when does it get to be too much? And what happens when Itsuki stumbles upon a dark secret from Yoru's past?
This series is just....phwaaa.....creepy. It's like a detective story, mixed with a slasher film, with an awesome ending. Like I said in my Ibitsu review, Goth has that really Japanese story-telling feel. It flows so smoothly, it hits no snags, it's great. The art...well, I've never seen more graphically drawn gore. Creativity is it's main component though. The originality amazes me. I would highly suggest... read more
"Teenagers scare the living sh*t out of me/They couldn't care less, as long as someone will bleed/So darken your cloaks or strike a violent pose/Maybe they'll leave you alone, but not me!" Story: Kamiyama Itsuki is just like any other high school student except for one itsy-bitsy little detail: He is obsessed with death. Morino Yoru is just like any other high school student except for [...] detail... read more