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Hiakuma

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Genre: Manga
Date Added: 4 January 2006
Last Update: 26 January 2006
URL: hiakuma.comicgenesis.com
Archive URL: hiakuma.comicgenesis.com/d/200...
Current Comic Ranking: 21052/23105
Views This Month: 1   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 28   (More...)
Favourite of: 4 members
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Synopsis:
Below the everyday world is one of demons, witches, and of hell all hidden by one man, named Whisper. But when Whisper is killed, with no successor named, it's all out war. The humans can see everything that is happening and the gates of hell are about to be opened. It's up to Oni and his friends to figure out what is going on, and why the elder demons don't seem to care about the situation at hand.

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Ed_The_Odd 1/5
Wow this one really sucked.. Its spelled "peek". Not too sure on what those blobs with eyes are. I agree with Spelunker on everything he/she said
Spelunker 1/5
The story seems very hard to follow, both through the confusing flow of dialogue and the ambiguity when it comes to in which order the panels should be read. More backstory would have been a good idea. In addition, many words are poorly spelled, (such as "pompiss"), which could be easily remedied with the use of a spellchecker. Finally, the art definitely leaves something to be desired, at times the characters become nothing more than shapeless blobs. The half-assed shading also detracts from the comic, which frankly needs all the points it could get. But with both a poor story and poor artwork, I fail to see how anyone could find this comic entertaining.

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