- By Yuuki Iinuma

Itsuwaribito , Vol. 2

  • Title: Itsuwaribito , Vol. 2
  • Author: Yuuki Iinuma
  • ISBN: 9781421537573
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • Itsuwaribito Vol Reads R to L Japanese Style T audience Utsuho s truthfulness as a child resulted in an enormous catastrophe and he decided to lie from that day forward Raised in a village of orphans by a monk Utsuh

    Reads R to L Japanese Style T audience Utsuho s truthfulness as a child resulted in an enormous catastrophe, and he decided to lie from that day forward Raised in a village of orphans by a monk, Utsuho is an unrepentant troublemaker The monk eventually inspires him to help people, but there s no way Utsuho s going to lead an honest life Instead, he s going to use hiReads R to L Japanese Style T audience Utsuho s truthfulness as a child resulted in an enormous catastrophe, and he decided to lie from that day forward Raised in a village of orphans by a monk, Utsuho is an unrepentant troublemaker The monk eventually inspires him to help people, but there s no way Utsuho s going to lead an honest life Instead, he s going to use his talents for mischief and deception for good In the forest, Utsuho, Dr Yakuma and the talking tanuki Pochi encounter a psychotic man who hunts liars and cuts out their tongues How can Utsuho outwit someone who can psychically tell when someone s lying

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    1. Synopsis:Utsuho’s truthfulness as a child resulted in an enormous catastrophe, and he decided to lie from that day forward. Raised in a village of orphans by a monk, Utsuho is an unrepentant troublemaker. The monk eventually inspires him to help people, but there’s no way Utsuho’s going to lead an honest life! Instead, he’s going to use his talents for mischief and deception for good!In the forest, Utsuho, Dr. Yakuma and the talking tanuki Pochi encounter a psychotic man who hunts liars [...]

    2. 03 March 2013Boy, the villains sure are fugly in Itsuwaribito , Vol. 2. The psychotic villains in this volume made this one edgier and a bit better than the first volume. While I enjoyed all of the new characters, there just wasn't enough Pochi for my liking. Need more Pochi.The characters are slowly growing on me. I like how straight-laced Yakuma and carefree Utsuho balance each other out. Even though Utsuho's "you're uncool" and "I'm lying about lying but am I really lying?" isn't all that wit [...]

    3. I'm definitely having fun with this series so far. Utsuho is an entertaining protagonist (he's got closed eyes! He's unique!), and I can't wait to see where this journey will take him.A new female character was introduced, and of course she's gonna join the crew. She managed to trick Utsuho, which was a fairly entertaining chapter. Here's a message that I would like to give to Utsuho personally:But I like you, Utsuho. So please don't screw up again (or do, I don't care, just be epic). You're fun [...]

    4. This manga is hilariously funny, meanwhile also being probably one of the darkest mangas out there- it has really great and graphic art for all of the goriest parts, and the story is original and clever. Definitely recommend, but only if you're up for it. It's a warning, that this manga is indeed, really depressing at times beyond all the heartwarming comedic relief of it. -Happy readings folks, Zoe.

    5. Improved a lot with the addition of the doctor to the party, as now there's more of a relationship (not that the tanuki isn't adorable). Also getting a HunterxHunter sort of vibe, but I'm not quite sure why.Read up to chapter 158Enjoyed it a lot and want to read more!

    6. Sometimes, it's hard to trust after your trust has been broken before. Utsuho, Pochi (view spoiler)[ and Yakima (yes, he joined them!!) (hide spoiler)] face a psychotic killer with just such a problem. After, they travel to an island of itsuwaribito, looking for the rumored elixer of life.

    7. This is an interesting series. I really like the vignettes. It keeps the book moving along nicely. It is pretty violent, so it definitely is aimed at older teens. But, this habit of ending on a cliffhanger is driving me nuts!

    8. Ehhh, this one is a one-trick pony. I don't find the main character all that interesting and don't really get the point of the whole thing. I sorta like the Dr. though.

    9. For the record, totally calling it that Cranky Doctor Co-Lead is secretly a woman. Meanwhile the lying about lies about lying continue to amuse.

    10. I enjoyed the first volume very much, but I feel like its already starting to become predictable and repetitive in this second volume. It might be awhile before I attempt the third volume.

    11. This was an improvement on the first with some cool villain designs and a kind of "Lost"-styled island of warring criminal factions. Still iffy on the main character, though.

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