Item description for Night Of The Beasts Volume 1 (Night of the Beast) by Chika Shiomi...
Aria's got a reputation as the toughest girl in school because she can't resist taking on bullies - especially guys who aggressively hit on innocent girls. Which is why she's taken by surprise when her first kiss is stolen by a complete stranger. Not only does he keep making moves on her, but it seems like every time they meet, it's at the latest crime scene of a murder spree that's plaguing Aria's neighborhood. How is it that he seems to know all about the supernatural murderer of these innocent girls? And how will Aria react to his claim only she can save him from a destiny so bloody that even the violent deeds of black demon slaughtering victims all over town will pale in comparison?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 5" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Oct 25, 2006
ISBN 1933617144 ISBN13 9781933617145
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More About Chika Shiomi
Chika Shiomi lives in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. She debuted with the manga Todokeru Toki o Sugitemo (Even if the Time for Deliverance Passes), and her previous works include the supernatural series Yurara and Rasetsu. She loves reading manga, traveling and listening to music. Her favorite artists include Michelangelo, Hokusai, Bernini and Gustav Klimt.
Reviews - What do customers think about Night Of The Beasts Volume 1 (Night of the Beast)?
Interesante Jul 13, 2007
Once my eyes began reading this book, they were held captive (or captivated, if you will) by this manga. I couldn't stop reading! Honestly! The artwork may not be up to par with some of the mainstream artists (like CLAMP or Arina Tanemura), but if you're ready for a good read then you should definitely try this manga out.
This story is quite a bit different from her other one (Yurara) besides the fact that both the main female heroines have some sort of 'other side'. If Yurara wasn't your cup of tea, I don't suggest turning this book away immediately. You might be surprised and find another series to start collecting.
Personally, I don't think this book is given enough credit where it's obviously due.