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eBook The Drifting Classroom, Vol. 11 epub
  • ISBN: 142151530X
  • Author: Kazuo Umezu
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Manga
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (April 15, 2008)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • ePUB size: 1899 kb
  • FB2 size 1549 kb
  • Formats doc mbr azw mobi


Overall, The Drifting Classroom (Volume 1-11) is ridiculous, somewhat repetitive, and quite entertaining. Supongo que Kazuo Umezu esperaba que el mundo se acabara antes de ver su historia confrontada con los avances tecnológicos más recientes

Overall, The Drifting Classroom (Volume 1-11) is ridiculous, somewhat repetitive, and quite entertaining. It's a roller coaster ride that's good as long as it lasts. Mar 17, 2014 Agustín Fest rated it really liked it. Shelves: manga, el-horror. Kazuo Umezu escribió The Drifting Classroom en los setentas. Supongo que Kazuo Umezu esperaba que el mundo se acabara antes de ver su historia confrontada con los avances tecnológicos más recientes. La historia: Sho, un alumno de sexto grado, un día se pelea con su madre. l amenaza con irse de su vida y la madre le dice que ya no lo quiere en su casa.

Book in the The Drifting Classroom Series). As the survivors turn on one another, Sho fights for his life against his own classmates!

Book in the The Drifting Classroom Series). and who will make the journey?

Class 6-3 Chapter 5: The Bread Which Bring Insanity Chapter 4: The Confined World Chapter 3: Frightened Eyes .

Class 6-3 Chapter 5: The Bread Which Bring Insanity Chapter 4: The Confined World Chapter 3: Frightened Eyes Chapter 2: The Classroom That Shook Chapter 1: That Morning. read Drifting Classroom (Umezu Kazuo) Volume 11 english, Drifting Classroom (Umezu Kazuo) Volume 11 manga, Drifting Classroom (Umezu Kazuo) Volume 11 manga online, Drifting Classroom (Umezu Kazuo) Volume 11 for free, Drifting Classroom (Umezu Kazuo) Volume 11 high quality, Drifting Classroom (Umezu Kazuo) Volume 11 english scan, Drifting Classroom (Umezu Kazuo) Volume 11 manga scan.

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The Drifting Classroom (漂流教室, Hyōryū Kyōshitsu) is a Japanese manga series by written and illustrated Kazuo Umezu. It was awarded the 20th Shogakukan Manga Award in general category in 1974

The Drifting Classroom (漂流教室, Hyōryū Kyōshitsu) is a Japanese manga series by written and illustrated Kazuo Umezu. It was awarded the 20th Shogakukan Manga Award in general category in 1974. The story was adapted into a Japanese live action movie in 1987, and given a modern setting at an international school in Kobe. The movie starred Hayashi Yasufumi and Aiko Asano. It is unusual among Japanese movies in that most of the dialogue is in English.

Drifting Classroom Completed . 3. VOL(35) Last Updated: Jan 20,2015. Adventure Shounen Horror Supernatural Psychological Mystery Sci-fi. Out of nowhere, a Japanese elementary school is transported out of the world they know, and into a nightmarish wasteland more. Part Lord of the Flies, part post-apocalyptic science fiction, The Drifting Classroom (1972-1974) is a classic can’t-put-down manga series. It was adapted into a Japanese live-action movie (1987).

Story and Art by Kazuo Umezu. The Drifting Classroom, Vol. 10. See all. Release April 15, 2008. ISBN-13 978-1-4215-1530-4. Explore other series.

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Drifting Classroom Manga: From Viz: Out of nowhere, a Japanese elementary school is. .Drifting Classroom漂流教室 ; Hyōryū Kyōshitsu ; Hyouryuu Kyoushitsu ; The Drifting Classroom.

Drifting Classroom Manga: From Viz: Out of nowhere, a Japanese elementary school is transported out of the world they know, and into a nightmarish wasteland. Have they gone to another planet, or is this toxic world actually a vision of Earth's future? Soon, the students and teachers must struggle to survive in impossible conditions, besieged by terrifying creatures and beset by madness.

As the survivors turn on one another, Sho fights for his life against his own classmates! Can the students of Yamato Elementary School actually return to their own time...and who will make the journey? The epic story of survival on a postapocalyptic earth concludes! Plus a bonus horror story!
Comments: (3)
Iarim
VIZ publishing house is going to get you for this series. An excellent read although written in the 70s, is not a dated read by any means. There are 11 volumes and each one is ten bucks to you'll be into this for a little over a franklin. Written by the famous Kazuo Umezu, his style will keep your attention, and his artwork is captivating. I won't summarize the story, other than to relay it's memorable and worth the investment.
Jelar
Bought this for the girlfriend and she loves it!
Vobei
There had been a lot of hype about this title on the internet, some claiming it to be the greatest horror manga of all time, so I thought I'd give it a read.

I think mostly what kept me interested in The Drifting Classroom was the sense of mystery attached to it. New elements keep coming into play in the wasteland where the school has been transported. While you're reading, you're never quite sure what will happen. At one point, a student's hallucinations become real, which could've been elaborated on across the characters. The concept disappears after a mini-story arc.

And I think that leads into one of my main problems with the series: it's too spastic. Everything has to be to the extreme, be it a character's reaction, or the quick resolution of a plot point, or that ALL of the teachers go crazy (conveniently), or the fact that 6th graders somehow know how to cure the black plague/do an appendicitis surgery. There's no subtlety to the story: there's quick conflicts always caused by unrealistically brash characters (who always die for this, such as when several first graders plummet to their deaths off the rooftop for wanting to "fly"), and then quick resolutions by a group of too knowledgeable students.

Things that happen in this story are too convenient. If it had spent more time with the kids NOT knowing what to do, it could've offered a deeper sense of dread. As it is, I was never really worried about these characters.
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