Jin has lived a tough life. One of his oldest memories is waking up in the hospital, having received an artificial heart valve, and a glass eye. And as a student, he's relentlessly bullied for his disabilities. But Jin's school life is nothing compared to his home life, where he's raised by his father, a serial killer who targets young women and forces the boy to act as his accomplice. Can Jin do anything to stop his father's reign of terror without becoming the next victim?
Bastard was an interesting read, I've gone through the entire webcomic in 1 sitting. To write a complete review I did have to include some twists which happen in the first 3 chapters. So, if you truly want to be surprised I suggest those 3 chapters first, those chapters also set up the tone of the fear for a particular person. Plot Meet Jin, a high school outcast. Why? Because of his glass... read more
Bastard has an interesting story-line. This situation HAS happened to children before: Their parent or guardian used the child to draw victims to the killer. Even though the main character has been drawn in a positive light, it's implied he himself has a dark side. Hopefully he will never end up like his father. An interesting story, with quite a bit (unexpected) feelings. I'm currently enjoying it and will... read more