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  • Vol: 2; Ch: 18
  • 2001
3.599 out of 5 from 580 votes
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Okinawa was the first affected; swarms of fish with spindly legs rose from the sea, carrying with them an overpowering stench of death. Kaori and Tadashi find themselves in the midst of the incident and quickly travel to Tokyo to ask for Tadashi's scientist uncle's help - but even Tokyo isn't safe for long, and sea creatures aren't the only beings affected by the horror...

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Gyo OVA 2012 Anime Adaptation
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Junji ITOU Artist
Junji ITOU Author

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Gyo chii 9/10 Nov 28, 2010
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Encased by trees that are used to make grave markers, Sotoba is a village thought to be surrounded by death - a fact that soon literally becomes the case. One summer, a series of mysterious and untimely fatalities begins to plague the small rural town. With a higher than normal mortality rate for the time of year and each cause of passing remaining unknown, Toshio, the local doctor, and Seishin the temple’s vice chief monk become suspicious and take it upon themselves to investigate. However, as the deaths begin to pile up, more people begin to wonder just what is behind this sudden epidemic; could it have anything to do with the bizarre Kirishiki family that recently moved to the village?

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Gyo and Shiki are manga about dead things walking around, but are much much more interesting than most things about dead things walking around.

Just trust me on this one.