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The legend of the Aokigahara forest (which lies just outside of Tokyo) says that those who have committed suicide in the massive wilderness are cursed to have their souls trapped within its very roots. Unfortunately for Alan, his girlfriend, Masami, committed her suicide there and she's now on a vengeful mission to ruin his life!

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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 80912 KB
  • Número de páginas: 104 páginas
  • Editora: IDW Publishing (24 de agosto de 2012)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B00919U9P2
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Creepy and based on a very real, very creepy place... 11 de maio de 2012
Por LittleGhost - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum Compra verificada
After picking up another of El Torres' work "The Veil", I was intrigued by the art style and macabre content, so naturally went and looked for more. So it came to be I found this little gem. I'm not a die hard comic book fan by any stretch of the imagination, but this one in particular I really enjoyed. Being a huge fan of Japanese horror I was very intrigued by the sound of it. Well, I got more than I bargained for in the process of reading and even more afterwards.

The story is ok, though moves a bit fast as the previous reviewer here said, I think it would have had maximum impact with a slower pace and more development of Aokigahara(the suicide forest) as a character, so to speak. The dialogue was ok, but again, a little abrupt and too quick to the point where some obfuscation of character feelings and storyline would have created more impact in the end. However, if you like mature and more psychological horror, or especially love Japanese(or any asian) horror, you should probably check this out. The art works really well for the story too, with creepy, shadowy earthen colors suggesting verdant, though decrepit forests throughout the whole thing or blues and greys conjuring up the ghostly colors of the spirit world.

Now for the final tidbit. The Suicide forest is based off of Japan's Aokigahara Jukai, a lush but eerily quiet forest at the base of Mount Fuji. It is said that there are at least 100 suicides there per year, but that the authorities have stopped publicizing actual death counts. There are occasional sweeps for bodies over the year and often eerie reminders are left behind after police have removed bodies, such as torn up identity cards, photos, letters, empty pill containers, backpacks, shoes, and even bones sometimes. Indeed "The Suicide Forest" tries to capture a part of this, but invariably the real life stuff is more tragic and more interesting. It's worth doing some research on, as apparently it's not just a modern phenomenon, Aokigahara has long been a place where people go to die.
(A great video on this can be watched at Vimeo's website or by searching the video section of Google.

So all in all, great comic and very interesting subject matter. Fully recommended.
1.0 de 5 estrelas Mmjmaddox 22 de setembro de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Not what I expected. Boring comic with very little detail. Just a silly short story. Waisted my time reading this.
5.0 de 5 estrelas Brilliant 23 de junho de 2016
Por batz67 - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
I read this series by issue when it first came out,really a great story, exceptional artwork...perfect...I wish I could buy it again.
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4.0 de 5 estrelas Eerie tale, for fans of Ringu 14 de julho de 2011
Por C.J. - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum
Based on Japanese paranormal/horror cinema, most specifically on the onryo (many western readers may be unfamiliar with the term but familiar with the creatures themselves - think of Sadako from Ringu or Kayako from Ju-On/The Grudge) Suicide Forest is a creepy little tale which is faithful to its roots.

The art is minimalistic but occasionally effectively disturbing. The flow of the narrative seems abrupt at times (my only real complaint is that the story should have been allowed to sprawl out a little longer), but mainly flows smoothly. There is a growing sense of dread and the sense that this, like the movies it is so clearly inspired by, would make a fantastic film.

Some of the panel choreography is really impressive, such as [SPOILER] one tragic sequence where a desperately lonely character commits suicide in despair while her erstwhile boyfriend, who had just rejected her, has casual sex with an acquaintance [END SPOILER].

While I haven't read all of El Torres' work, I can say with certainty that Suicide Forest is MANY times more satisfying and mature than the only other example I've read, the somewhat juvenile T&A saga "Nancy in Hell". Overall, I would recommend this to any fans of Japanese ghost tales, as it is true to it's source and a great, creepy story in its own right.
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