Franken Fran, creation of the absent Professor Madaraki, has a true gift when it comes to the scalpel: she can give you the perfect body, bring the dead to life or stitch people together so that they will never again be apart. Join Fran and her boy-headed cat as they learn about the human soul while carving up the human flesh. But ethics aside, can something beautiful come out of such ugly work, or is it doomed to remain ugly until the end? On the other hand, does it matter?
Franken Fran was a series that got me a bit curious about it when I first read a bit of it off Mangahere. I bought my own copies of the series when I had the chance and now that I've finished it, its time to share my own thoughts about the series. Story- The series itself is told through the many episodic chapters where Fran is helping one of her patients. Just to make a point, Franken Fran is a... read more
This was definitely a very weird manga, which I started reading because I saw someone talk about it on the forums. There are warnings for the gore in this manga, but I don't particularly mind gore-scenes. What does make my stomach get upset is some of the twisted things that happen in these stories (yes, stories. It's really a collection of short stories, that are mostly unrelated). So the manga... read more
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