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by Kendi Oiwa,Tatsuhiko Takimoto

eBook Welcome to the N.H.K., Volume 3 (v. 3) epub
  • ISBN: 1598166808
  • Author: Kendi Oiwa,Tatsuhiko Takimoto
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Manga
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: TokyoPop; First TOKYOPOP printing: June 2007 edition (May 29, 2007)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • ePUB size: 1911 kb
  • FB2 size 1562 kb
  • Formats azw doc lit mobi


Tatsuhiko Takimoto (Author), Kendi Oiwa (Author). Volume 2 (v. 2) Paperback.

Tatsuhiko Takimoto (Author), Kendi Oiwa (Author). Book 3 of 8 in the Welcome to the NHK Series.

Tatsuhiko Takimoto (Author), Kendi Oiwa (Illustrator) . glad I supressed that urge. Book 3 of 8 in Welcome to the . Issues) (8 Book Series). The art is the standard viceral fare we've grown accustomed to in NHK and is none too flattering to our characters (save that it looks like Class Rep-san has a great new hairdo in comparison to her schooldays look).

Book in the Welcome to the NHK Series). by Tatsuhiko Takimoto and Kenji Oiwa. Satou may have survived his mom and the urge to put an end to it all, but now he's taking his battle online When Satou gets caught up in the MMPORPG craze, will hours of play help him escape his shell or send him deeper into depression?

Tatsuhiko Takimoto, Kenji Oiwa.

Tatsuhiko Takimoto, Kenji Oiwa. Satou may have survived his mom and the urge to put an end to it all, but now hes taking his battle online. began as a single novel by Takimoto with a cover illustratation by Yoshitoshi ABe, which was published by Kadokawa Shoten in Japan on January 28, 2002. The story was later adapted as a manga series, also written by Takimoto, with art by Kendi Oiwa. The manga began Tatsuhiko Takimoto is a Japanese author best known for his novel Welcome to the .

Tatsuhiko Takimoto (滝本 竜彦, Takimoto Tatsuhiko, born September 20, 1978) is a Japanese author best known for his novel Welcome to the . The story was later adapted as a manga series, also written by Takimoto, with art by Kendi Oiwa

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Feeling alone, with no one to turn to, especially now that Yamazaki's got his own girl problems, Satou is at an all-time low. Who will he turn to? Fates are intertwined and secrets revealed in this volume of Welcome to the NHK! См. также: Комиксы. Похожие книги: Welcome to the .

Written by. Tatsuhiko Takimoto. My Manga (426 items) list by Yotsuya. Published 9 years, 3 months ago. View all Welcome to the NHK: Volume 03 lists. Manufacturer: Tokyopop Press Inc Release date: 1 December 2008 ISBN-10 : 1598166808 ISBN-13: 9781598166804.

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Tatsuhiko Takimoto (滝本 竜彦, Takimoto Tatsuhiko; born September 20, 1978) is a Japanese author best known for his novel, Welcome to the . The story was later adapted as a manga series, also written by Takimoto, with art by Kendi Oiwa

Follows the bizarre journey of Sato Tatsuhiro, a drug-addled shut-in who believes a sinister organization, the N.H.K., is the cause of all of his troubles and his relationship with Misaki, a girl he thinks is trying to kill him, but who becomes the love of his home-bound life.
Comments: (2)
KiddenDan
It was awesome
Modigas
How about joining a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG)? That's just what Satou does after almost losing his life to a suicide pact last volume.

In yet another get rich quick scheme, this time by trying to become a gold/item farmer in a fairly obvious parody of Final Fantasy XI, Satou finds himself unable to disconnect from the virtual world where he's not only a hero, but also the center of attention of a very cute catgirl (be still my fanboi heart). As such, he's even MORE of a hikikomori, deteriorating both physically and mentally at a rate that scares Misaki so much she tries anything to snap him out of it... even so far as cosplay and moving in with him.

Of course, her attentions and certain revelations as to the identity of his online flame only lead Satou to escape and meetup with yet another old aquaintence from his school days... one who has a get rich plan that can't fail and is willing to share it with him.

For a price.

Yes, welcome back to the conspiracy, as our not so fair hero and far too focused heroine do their best to fight their own worst natures as well as each other and are making very slow and painful progress... if any. The sordid sides of MMORPGs and pyramid-style resale groups are given light along with more depressing details and depictions of hikikomori living.

No suprise that this is a dark book from a dark series, but it still manages to strike a cord with my otakuesque heart... wow, I almost wanted to say "kafkaesque" there as well... glad I supressed that urge. The art is the standard viceral fare we've grown accustomed to in NHK and is none too flattering to our characters (save that it looks like Class Rep-san has a great new hairdo in comparison to her schooldays look).

I can't really say "enjoy" here as NHK is a painful read, no doubt about it, but definitely absorb it and reflect well on how isolated and despairing we've become in the modern age.

Cheers and, standard fair warning, this book is NOT for kids.
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