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Gantz Volume 21 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 13. März 2012

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HASH(0x9e83f480) von 5 Sternen A new team in a new city 9. April 2012
Von M. Izhan Ilhan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Hiroyu Oka certainly shocked me by killing off the erstwhile central character of the first 20 books, Kurono Kei, in the last episode. Now that Kei is dead, the Tokyo Gantz team is going through a tough transition, unsure who the leader is (whether it is Reika, the star of TV and magazines, or Kato, Kei's childhood friend, recently brought back from the dead).

An interesting twist is that Gantz has brought two of the surviving vampires who killed Kei to the room with the black sphere, and yes, they have as little choice as everyone else about serving Gantz's whims, as they find out to their dismay.

For the first time, the team is transported outside Tokyo, to Osaka to be exact. Here the little boy from the previous books actually kills several monsters, imitating the moves of his hero, Muscleman Rider, who eventually has to save him from a really gigantic monster. This he does in an exceptionally gory way, which I won't spoil for you. Apart from these two, most of the Tokyo Gantz team doesn't do much in the way of alien killing at all, mostly due to the fact that Osaka has its own, highly psychotic Gantz team.

The Osaka Gantz team seems to be composed of veteran players, some of whom have obviously been past the 100 point mark a few times, judging by their powerful weapons. They also care very little for one another, and indulge in hedonistic and lewd behaviour, including the use of drugs and raping female human seeming monsters right out in the open before killing them.

The Tokyo Gantz team is left with little to do except searching their souls, wondering if all their efforts are worth the sacrifice and whether or not there is any true escape from Gantz's manipulations. Even the very humane Kato is wondering whether it is any use helping passersby that are in imminent danger of being devoured by the plague of yokai/oni that has descended on Osaka.

Overall, the book is dark and grim, with the team seemingly caught up in a hopeless situation, bereft of Kei's strong leadership and caught up in a foreign city, with another Gantz team who would just as soon see them dead as shake their hand.

I would say that fans of the Gantz series should continue to pick this manga up, as the overall quality is just as good as its predecessors. Again, the Mature Audiences tag is to be taken seriously - this is not a manga for kids. Still and all, it is well worth the price.
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