Lee Hoon is a 17 year old shut-in/highschool boy who wants to commit suicide, but can't decide on the method of his death so he wants to test all the various ideas he comes up with. Hooni is current living alone suicidally depressed over the debts left by his run away abusive drunk of a Father and the hospital bills racked up due to his now deceased Mother's illness, with very little savings he's also been unable to pay his rent for months, even at school he's bullied.
I am not going to lie folks, this made me sick to my stomach when I tried reading it, it's just so realistic on what it delivers. If you have an upset stomach like myself when you see an MC doing self harm to themselves, please avoid reading this manhwa.Also if you are affected by the events happening in this manhwa for real, please please please go to http://www.suicide.org/international-... to get professional help.
Spoiler Warning: There are spoilers in this review concerning the manga Suicide Boy, read this review at your own risk. I really liked this anime, even though it had things like suicide attempts in it, I really enjoyed reading this. 10/10 would recomend to a friend. Seriously though, read at yor own risk, if you cannot handle themes like bulying, suicide, and self harm, then you should not read this. Also is there any romance in this story, I am a fan of romance anime and manga, and I when he didn't confess. - Suicide boy manga reviewer.
Obvious to the warnings, it's not exactly something you'd read if sensitive to those type of things. Fortunately, I can stand a lot of things. It isn't super accurate on what it delivers but again, what can you expect? If it was unbelieveably accurate, I would be concerned for the author. The story's a bit all over the place, but I mean, let's be honest here, what manga has a story that totally makes sense? It's an interesting concept, the characters are nicely developed. Some parts make me cringe though, like recent chapters, and when the main character just does repeatedly stupid things. The art's super cute. I adore it so, so, so much. It's honestly the only thing that keeps me coming back. Of course, it uses the common manhwa tricks like blurring an actual image as the background, but still, from what I know only one person is working on this? And it's really, really, good for one person. Overall, I just rounded the ratings I gave and it was a 6/10. It's meh, to sum it up. Really average. I wouldn't reccommend it as a serious thing to read, but I would reccomend it if you're bored and just need something to read (and can stand most things). I put the things that are the main things in bold in case you're too lazy to read the entire thing :) I made an account just for this review, so please try and take what I'm saying into account.
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