Item description for After School Nightmare Volume 7 (After School Nightmare (Graphic 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.
Alliances form as friendships fade, and soon the nightmarish dream-world becomes preferable to the turmoil in Mashiro's everyday life. With Kureha spurning him and Sou ignoring him, Mashiro has no choice but to seek the answers he needs from a most unlikely source...
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 4.9" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date May 7, 2008
Publisher Go! Media Entertainment
ISBN 1933617624 ISBN13 9781933617626
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 7 (After School Nightmare (Graphic Novel) (Adult))?
After School Nightmare May 15, 2008
I was so happy when I got my hands on the latest volume and I can say that I wasn't disappointed, though there was almost no romance in it. I didn't like that Sou and Mashiro have drifted apart but it seems that things will start to heat up again between the two in the upcoming volumes.
What I like about this series is that we can't predict what's gonna happen, though I would like to believe that my two favorite characters will end up together.
Nothing much really in this volume except for knowing more about Sou and his sister's past and how their incestous relationship started. The main thing is Mashiro and how he finally came to term with his sexuality and his true feelings toward Sou. I can't wait for the next volume. I truly LOVE this title.
The worm is finally starting to turn... May 8, 2008
After a long wait, things are finally starting to happen again in the world of After School Nightmare! Mashiro is finally starting to come to terms with his/her double gender & starts to make tentative moves towards the person of her choice. Meanwhile, Kureha also starts trying to make progress with her past as well as trying to move forward with... Sou?
I tried to put down as much as I could without spoiling anything, since half of the fun of this series is seeing what the author can throw in our path to confuse the heck out of us readers. While there are one or two points where I've gotten frustrated that things move slowly or aren't yet fully explained, I've never had a volume that dissapointed me... and this one hasn't let me down either! With only 3 move volumes to go, the pace has started to pick up & more secrets are starting to be revealed. Some are truly surprising while others were ones that could sort of be guessed at (as far as some of the particulars of Sou's relationship with his sister). The most surprising part has to be the spoiler page for the next volume where the knight is shown with the mask off... and I have to say I was shocked! A few new characters are shown in the dreaming world, one of which is a mystery & one of which is plainly visible.
Would I recommend this to a friend? Only if they've been following the series (which I definately recommend). This strange series will definately appeal to the fans of series such as Evangelion or FLCL.
Wrong Relese Dates Always On This Item Apr 14, 2008
If it's going to take 1 to 2 months to ship it, then the release date is not April 1st. It's always with this product.