It starts with a group of high schoolers telling each other
ghost stories in an abandoned classroom. When unexplained
events begin to happen around the school, it's up to these
friends to investigate. Is it a prank, the paranormal, or
something much, much worse...? Their investigation leads them
to the Shibuya Psychic Research firm, whose president is the
handsome, dark and mysterious 17-year-old Naru...
Ghost Hunt: Volume 9, the ghost hunters' new case has
turned deadly. Naru, the leader of Shibuya Psychic Research,
is under a dark spell. When Naru awakens, he foolishly decides
to take on an evil spirit alone. Now he faces a life or death
collection represents another interesting slice of the paranormal.
I love the way that this series doesn't just deal with spirits
and ghost from one angle. Here we discover that ghosts may
not actually be aware that they have passed on - a common
belief of those who subscribe in the existence of life after
Inada's illustrations bring Fuyumi Ono's characters vividly
to life. And, as with previous volumes, there is plenty of
additional material to help readers appreciate the difference
between Western comics and Japanese mangas. Here we get some
detailed translation notes as well as a honorifics guide.
of the series will love this, however those new to the series
should really start at the beginning if they don't want to
be left scratching their heads.