Item description for After School Nightmare Volume 6 (After School Nightmare (Grap Novel) (Adult)) by Setona Mizushiro...
Overview Mashiro, a hermaphrodite high school student, joins a "special" dream class to become completely male but faces obstacles from other students along the way.
Mashiro has poured his whole heart and soul into helping Kureha try to graduate from the dream class. But when a new student forces him to confront the things he hates most about himself, Kureha agrees with her! As the two are torn apart, Mashiro is stunned to find Sou stepping into their rift...
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 5" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 20, 2008
Publisher Go! Media Entertainment
ISBN 1933617489 ISBN13 9781933617480
Availability 0 units.
More About Setona Mizushiro
Setona Mizushiro's professional debut, Fuyu ga, Owarou Toshiteita (Winter Was Ending), won the 1993 Shogakukan Manga New Author Award. Her series After School Nightmare was nominated for an Eisner Award and recognized by YALSA as a Great Graphic Novel for Teens in 2007.
Reviews - What do customers think about After School Nightmare Volume 6 (After School Nightmare (Grap Novel) (Adult))?
Check rating Mar 13, 2008
Just an FYI--rated OT (older teen, 16+) and might be a bit disturbing for younger teens. (rape & sex scenes) Unusual concept, though!
Leaves you wanting more~ Mar 2, 2008
Another wonderful volume of After School Nightmare; as said before there isn't much here aside from buildup and some cute but deceptive situations that could be easily misinterpreted by the guillable Mashiro. When reading it I longed for more interaction between Sou and Mashiro but, sadly, only got the bare amount. The ending to this book draws you in as do almost all the volumes, with a surprising twist for our dear little "heroine". If that isn't enough to excite you, the preview for the next volume certainly will. The long wait is definitely annoying but hopefully worth it.
After School Nightmare Feb 22, 2008
I finished reading this volume a week ago and you can't imagine how happy I was once I got my hand on it. I love it this much. Anyway, nothing much this volume except for the growing rift in Mashiro and Kureha's relationship and the constant hesitation Mashiro feels when it comes to his/her feelings for Sou. I enjoyed this volume quite a lot but I always want to see more of Sou and Mashiro together, which is missing in this one. As the previous volumes, this one left me wanting more. What I hate the most is the long wait between each volume but I guess it is ok as long as it won't finish quickly. At least now we know that this title has 10 volumes, so 4 more volumes to go.
We need more titles like this in the future. It is one of the few titles that really, really grabbed me from the beginning and we have no one to thank other than Go! Comi for bringing such a masterpiece to the states. Highly recommended.