Teenage country bumpkin Tatsumi dreams of earning enough money for his impoverished village by working in the Capital - but his short-lived plans go awry when he’s robbed by a buxom beauty upon arrival! Penniless, Tatsumi is taken in by the lovely Lady Aria, but just when his Capital dreams seem in reach yet again, Lady Aria's mansion is besieged by Night Raid - a team of ruthless assassins who targets high-ranking members of the upper class! As Tatsumi is quick to learn, appearances can be deceiving in the Capital, and this team of assassins just might be… the good guys?!
Source: Yen Press
This manga is what every gore fan is looking for. -cute girls -limbs flying around -epic villain characters The story is good, some plot holes but hey, even the best manga have plot holes, the characters are all drawn very good even the side characters look awesome. So if you want more, start reading fool, the manga is all you need
First things first, wow, what a read. Akame ga kill is about a girl named Akame, even though the main character is a guy named Tatsumi. They are assassin's in a group determined to change the political corruption of their country. I have heard of this anime many times over but I never realized the depth of the story in the anime. The character development in this manga is not the greatest as everything moves at a pretty quick pace. Not so much that its too quick but to the point where a lot of characters aren't as fleshed out as they deserved to be. They kill off characters with ease and honestly you don't feel much for them in the beginning. Once you get towards the ending you start to feel things for characters that have now seen more development and you're familiar with. I would say if I hadn't known anything about this manga it would've affected me far greater, but I knew that everyone was going to die so I did my best not to get attached. What I did not expect was the fact that not everybody dies in the manga as compared to the anime. In the anime the main character dies, but in the manga he doesn't. He's not the same anymore, but he's still breathing. Still able to somehow reproduce but whatever I guess. When I saw that people weren't dying in their designation spots in comparsion to the anime thats probably when I allowed small attachments, which I shouldn't have done at all. I adored the little love stories that formed in this story and what really made this such a good read was the accumalated and execution of the end of the story. It was wonderfully done and I was feeling for what was happening. The saddest death for me was Leone, I really didn't want her to die. Also the impact of the last page, I just stared at it for a moment to really absorb everything that happened and how it ended. Really great. Overall I feel like there could've been improvements but I still enjoyed reading it.
Les nuances dans cette œuvre sont remarquables, les personnages sont vivants, attachant et tendent à reflété une ou la réalité. La question de tuer pour le bien est abordé sans tomber d'un côté dans l'apologie de l'assassinat, qui encourage à se faire justice sois même, alors que l'auteur donne des arguments en faveur de l'assassinat qui est le centre du manga et de l'autre, l'auteur évite de chuter dans un récit moralisateur et lourd, alors qu'il laisse voir le mal que ses assassins (pour la bonne cause) font aux autres et à eux-mêmes. La beauté de cette œuvre réside dans une exposition d'une situation hypothétique, vraie semblable, qui pose des questions de morale, d'éthique, de justice et de mal et ceux en laissant au lecteur d'en juger.
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