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Ghouls live among us, the same as normal people in every way—except for their craving for human flesh. A box set that includes all fourteen volumes of the original Tokyo Ghoul series. Includes an exclusive double-sided poster. Ken Kaneki is an ordinary college student until a violent encounter turns him into the first half-human, half-Ghoul hybrid. Trapped between two worlds Ghouls live among us, the same as normal people in every way—except for their craving for human flesh. A box set that includes all fourteen volumes of the original Tokyo Ghoul series. Includes an exclusive double-sided poster. Ken Kaneki is an ordinary college student until a violent encounter turns him into the first half-human, half-Ghoul hybrid. Trapped between two worlds, he must survive Ghoul turf wars, learn more about Ghoul society and master his new powers.  A box set that includes all fourteen volumes of the original Tokyo Ghoul series. Includes an exclusive double-sided poster.


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Ghouls live among us, the same as normal people in every way—except for their craving for human flesh. A box set that includes all fourteen volumes of the original Tokyo Ghoul series. Includes an exclusive double-sided poster. Ken Kaneki is an ordinary college student until a violent encounter turns him into the first half-human, half-Ghoul hybrid. Trapped between two worlds Ghouls live among us, the same as normal people in every way—except for their craving for human flesh. A box set that includes all fourteen volumes of the original Tokyo Ghoul series. Includes an exclusive double-sided poster. Ken Kaneki is an ordinary college student until a violent encounter turns him into the first half-human, half-Ghoul hybrid. Trapped between two worlds, he must survive Ghoul turf wars, learn more about Ghoul society and master his new powers.  A box set that includes all fourteen volumes of the original Tokyo Ghoul series. Includes an exclusive double-sided poster.

30 review for Tokyo Ghoul Complete Box Set: Includes vols. 1-14 with premium

  1. 5 out of 5

    E. G.

    Poster Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 1 (ISBN 9781421580364) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 1 Bonus Manga: Tokyo's Ghouls Preview of Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 2 Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 2 (ISBN 9781421580371) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 2 Four-Cell Ghoul: 4 Four-Panel Cartoons Preview of Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 3 Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 3 (ISBN 978421580388) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 3 Bonus Manga: Afterlife Ghoul Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 4 (ISBN 9781421580395) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 4 Bonus Manga: Yomo and Others in the Past Bonus Manga: Hinami and T Poster Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 1 (ISBN 9781421580364) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 1 Bonus Manga: Tokyo's Ghouls Preview of Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 2 Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 2 (ISBN 9781421580371) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 2 Four-Cell Ghoul: 4 Four-Panel Cartoons Preview of Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 3 Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 3 (ISBN 978421580388) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 3 Bonus Manga: Afterlife Ghoul Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 4 (ISBN 9781421580395) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 4 Bonus Manga: Yomo and Others in the Past Bonus Manga: Hinami and Touka Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 5 (ISBN 9781421580401) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 5 Bonus Manga: Bien Bonus Manga: Yomo and Hetare Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 6 (ISBN 9781421580418) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 6 Mr. Shinohara's Special Lecture Bonus Manga: Tokyo Investigators Bonus Manga: 'My Name is Kazuichi Banjo.' Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 7 (ISBN 9781421580425) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 7 Bonus Manga: Stay at Home Ghoul Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 8 (ISBN 9781421580432) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 8 Bonus Manga: Comic Relief Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 9 (ISBN 9781421580449) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 9 Bonus Manga: At the hideout Bonus Manga: Mado Family Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 10 (ISBN 9781421580456) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 10 Tokyo Ghoul Karuta Playing Cards Many Sides of Touka Many Sides of Shachi Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 11 (ISBN 9781421580463) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 11 4 Four-Panel Cartoons: Snow White, Rapunzel, Rapunzel?, and Little Red Riding Hood Bonus Manga: Peach Boy 4 Four-Panel Cartoons: Kenderella, Kenderella 2, Hansel and Gretel, and Hansel and Gretel 2 Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 12 (ISBN 9781421580470) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 12 Bonus Manga: Quiz Time Bonus Manga: Aogiri Bonus Manga: Three Adults Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 13 (ISBN 9781421590424) Tokyo Ghoul so far: Places, Characters, Summary --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 13 Bonus Manga: Fireworks Festival Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 14 (ISBN 9781421590431) --Tokyo Ghoul, Volume 14 Tokyo Ghoul:re Teaser

  2. 4 out of 5

    Miranda Reads

    December Tierlist Vlog is up! Click the link to see the video review of all the books read in December! The Written Review 4.5 stars Ken Kaneki is an average college student - albeit a bit bookish and quiet. His best friend, Hide, is the closest person he has to family. One day, Ken notices a cute girl at a coffee shop who just so happens to be reading his favorite author. Tentatively, excitedly, he asks her out and they have a wonderful date. On the walk home, they turn down a dark alley and. December Tierlist Vlog is up! Click the link to see the video review of all the books read in December! The Written Review 4.5 stars Ken Kaneki is an average college student - albeit a bit bookish and quiet. His best friend, Hide, is the closest person he has to family. One day, Ken notices a cute girl at a coffee shop who just so happens to be reading his favorite author. Tentatively, excitedly, he asks her out and they have a wonderful date. On the walk home, they turn down a dark alley and...she tries to eat him. Literally. In Ken's world there are people and beings called Ghouls. Ghouls walk, talk and act human but the main difference is that they are an obligate carnivore...and the only meat they can consume is human. Ken is dangerously injured and his date even moreso. Back at the hospital, the doctors are in a bind. Ken desperately needs vital organs and the only donor nearby is...the date. Unbeknownst to Ken, he has several of his internal organs replaced with those of a Ghoul...which makes him half-Ghoul. Stunned, horrified, Ken can only look on as his body changes and his appetite grows. Life is for the living, but what do you do when life isn't worth living anymore? So, I've been curious about Tokyo Ghoul for ages. I love the concept of this - the ever narrowing lines between what it means to be human and monster. I love the morality juxtaposed against the will to survive. Ken's descent into Ghoul-hood was both fascinating and horrifying to watch. There's just something about a character fighting against their nature and pursuing the "right" path above all else that fascinates me. I will say that this series does have a few really great scenes or areas of interest that just happen off screen - which annoyed me. There were moments that were skipped by that I would've LOVED to see drawn out. It also ended just at the pinnacle of interest - where (view spoiler)[ Ken is poised for the greatest fight of his life...and then the book just kinda ends. It felt like a letdown, and that it could've been so much cooler if the series had continued from there opposed to starting with the whole memory-loss arc. (hide spoiler)] At the end of the day, I did enjoy this one. It was really neat to read and the art is great. It is a mature manga (if the cannibalism didn't clue you in), so just be warned about that. YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat @miranda_reads

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    Ken Kaneki is living a pretty normal life; he loves books and hanging out with his best friend. But when an accident happens that leaves him half-ghoul and half-human, he must figure out how to survive in both worlds. This series is one that I’ve been mildly interested in both in anime and manga form but just never picked up. I wasn’t sure if I’d enjoy it but the more I saw people talk about it, the more certain I became that it would be something I love. I treated myself to the manga boxed set e Ken Kaneki is living a pretty normal life; he loves books and hanging out with his best friend. But when an accident happens that leaves him half-ghoul and half-human, he must figure out how to survive in both worlds. This series is one that I’ve been mildly interested in both in anime and manga form but just never picked up. I wasn’t sure if I’d enjoy it but the more I saw people talk about it, the more certain I became that it would be something I love. I treated myself to the manga boxed set earlier this year and when I planned a “30 days of manga” challenge for myself, I knew this had to be part of it. This series is phenomenal! It opens the door for discussions about good vs. evil and morality. I expected a horror series full of twists and turns and gore; I got that, but I also got so much more. I think what really added to my enjoyment the most was something that I didn’t think I would like - we get to follow both the ghouls and the humans whose job is to hunt the ghouls and that is what really leads to some further understanding of good vs. evil. The characters really added to my enjoyment of this series, as well. Sui Ishida creates a few characters that really had me wanting to know everything I possibly can about them. The first character I was really drawn to was Uta. He’s a mask maker for ghouls and his character design alone was enough to hook me. Talk about FASHION. We don’t get a ton about him but I loved the things I was able to learn. I am also really interested in Juuzou Suzuya, the ghoul investigator. His backstory is brutal and heartbreaking and I really felt bad for him. Overall, this series was so much more than I thought it would be and I am so glad I read each issue back-to-back so I could really immerse myself in the story. I hope to watch the anime at some point though I’ve heard mixed things.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Adam Bain

    Another great manga! I watched the anime and loved the first season, although the second took a bit of a dip and ended in a very anti climactic way. Glad to say that the manga plays out a lot more satisfying than that. The biggest difference being that Kaneki doesn't go to the bad side like in the anime, something that never really felt believable. The thing I look be the most of manga, more so than the anime adaptions for the most part, is they have so much more context and world building. Littl Another great manga! I watched the anime and loved the first season, although the second took a bit of a dip and ended in a very anti climactic way. Glad to say that the manga plays out a lot more satisfying than that. The biggest difference being that Kaneki doesn't go to the bad side like in the anime, something that never really felt believable. The thing I look be the most of manga, more so than the anime adaptions for the most part, is they have so much more context and world building. Little moments with secondary characters and layout descriptions really give you more of it all, and in turn makes the whole experience that much greater. I hate to be one of those guys, but for me it's definitely manga>anime. If your diving into this beautiful series then just know that this is only the beginning of the story. We don't get any real answers for big questions here, and it leaves us on a hell of a cliffhanger. It all leads into the sequel; Tokyo Ghoul: Re, which I'm currently reading, and loving! A great story with mystery, action, great characters and a story that makes it hard to put down. Highly recommend!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ananya

    This manga series is sooòoo damn good!! It's a full package of AMAZING-ness This manga series is sooòoo damn good!! It's a full package of AMAZING-ness

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    "Why do beautiful things remind us of death more than life?" Holy shit. This is a review of the entire 14 volumes of Tokyo Ghoul (NOT including Tokyo Ghoul:re), so I'll be reviewing the series as a whole and not each volume individually. This was so good. The artwork is gorgeous; dark and haunting and dreamy and perfect for this kind of story. The worldbuilding is great. The characters are so layered and unique. Kaneki, for example, is someone who could easily have fallen into the category of char "Why do beautiful things remind us of death more than life?" Holy shit. This is a review of the entire 14 volumes of Tokyo Ghoul (NOT including Tokyo Ghoul:re), so I'll be reviewing the series as a whole and not each volume individually. This was so good. The artwork is gorgeous; dark and haunting and dreamy and perfect for this kind of story. The worldbuilding is great. The characters are so layered and unique. Kaneki, for example, is someone who could easily have fallen into the category of characters whose main motivation is "I have to protect everyone, I don't want to lose anyone else" which is admirable and all, but also a characteristic that is so overdone that I usually lose interest in whichever character expresses it pretty quickly. Does he want to protect everyone? Yes, but ultimately he has his own selfish reasons for it, and I loved how other characters confronted him about trying to play the part of "the tragic hero". I don't even know what to say; I have so many thoughts about this series yet I can't seem to put them into words.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Knigoqdec

    Принципно притежавам тази кутия и можеше да не си добавям томовете отделно, но... така ми е по-прегледно. Общото ми мнение за тази поредица е изключително високо. Авторът притежава изчистен и подреден стил, справя се прекрасно със задачата си. Сред заглавията от този тип (например Parasyte, Shingeki no Kyojin и дори Terraformars), "Токийски гул" заема много достойно място в модерната отаку култура, а сега вече и в моето сърце, както се казва. Всичко в тази история е точно премерено и напаснато. Я Принципно притежавам тази кутия и можеше да не си добавям томовете отделно, но... така ми е по-прегледно. Общото ми мнение за тази поредица е изключително високо. Авторът притежава изчистен и подреден стил, справя се прекрасно със задачата си. Сред заглавията от този тип (например Parasyte, Shingeki no Kyojin и дори Terraformars), "Токийски гул" заема много достойно място в модерната отаку култура, а сега вече и в моето сърце, както се казва. Всичко в тази история е точно премерено и напаснато. Явно е характерно за този тип разкази, но за моя радост и тук отново липсва поучителният тон ала "ето тези са злите и затова просто трябва да ги мразиш, виж какво правят на главния ни герой!". Няма прав и крив, има битка за това да притежаваш свое място в света, независимо как се преобръща той под теб. Светът все пак е за всички, човек е неспособен да бъде само за едните, които искат да се защитят, тъй като са "плячка", или за другите, които са хищници, но не по своя воля. Невероятно е, че сякаш не съществува герой, който да намразиш съвсем истински (странно, дори и Якумо...). Е, може би Арима печели малко точки в тази категория... Единственото ми разочарование е, че историята определено едва сега започва... Сигурно е било голям шок серията да приключи с това, което се случва в 14-ти том и да не знаеш дали ще продължи, но аз съм спасена от тези опасения.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Habeb Alnaqi | حبيب النقي

    تجربتي الأولى لقراءة مانقا. اخترت هذه المانقا بالذات لتمحورها حول فكرة فلسفية لطيفة، وهي التزاحم الذي لا سبيل لحله بقوانين بشرية. المانقا لطيفة جداً ولكنها سوداوية أحياناً أكثر من اللازم. أعتقد أني سأكمل الجزء الثاني منها، لكن لا أعتقد أني سأقرأ مانقا أخرى مستقبلاً.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lizzy

    Show sucks but the Manga is so fucking good. Worth it for the art work alone.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Fatima Alqassab

    3.9,

  11. 4 out of 5

    Martin

    Instead of writing out a review for all of then, I'll just have the one. Most important fact: I love Hide. Instead of writing out a review for all of then, I'll just have the one. Most important fact: I love Hide.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Govind

    i felt the anime was mediocre, so didn't start manga even though i had the box set since three months, but i didn't expect what i was getting into, Tokyo ghoul manga blew me away, i loved how the characters developed with each incident and the backstories of every character, some of them made me feel deeply emotional, it made me ponder over who is right and who is wrong, are ghouls whose only way for survival is to kill and consume humans really the monsters even though they are born that way? a i felt the anime was mediocre, so didn't start manga even though i had the box set since three months, but i didn't expect what i was getting into, Tokyo ghoul manga blew me away, i loved how the characters developed with each incident and the backstories of every character, some of them made me feel deeply emotional, it made me ponder over who is right and who is wrong, are ghouls whose only way for survival is to kill and consume humans really the monsters even though they are born that way? are the ghoul investigators heroes of justice? i couldn't take sides with either the investigators or the ghouls, it just made me feel pity towards both the sides. From the beginning till the end "the world is cruel" is stated many times and there are several incidents which proved this. The story in itself started out simple and as it grew so does it complexity, and coming to the artwork, i was flabbergasted, it is just pure pleasure to the eyes, although sometimes it becomes too abstract to understand what is going on, but one could clearly see how Sui Ishida became better and better with each volume, with the final volume containing some of the best pieces of art i have ever seen in any manga, i'm a hardcore fan of Berserk and Vagabond, so i generally don't expect much in terms of art, but Tokyo Ghoul proved me wrong. Tokyo Ghoul leaves you with lot of unanswered questions and I'm excited to read further to know what happens in Re. Tokyo Ghoul is definitely in one of my top 10 manga reads of all time and the fastest i have ever completed an entire manga. tldr; Tokyo Ghoul is a superb manga with gorgeous art, which kept me on the edge of my seat until the last page.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    This is a review of the entire series. Tokyo Ghoul begins with a streak of incredibly bad luck disguised as good luck. Reports of strange murders involving cannibalism and monster attacks have been haunting the city of Tokyo. What started as rumors quickly becomes reality as more and more victims show up dead. The creatures behind the attacks are believed to be ghouls. They don’t quite fit the normal definition of ghouls, they’re not hideous, rotting, undead monstrosities. They look like humans, This is a review of the entire series. Tokyo Ghoul begins with a streak of incredibly bad luck disguised as good luck. Reports of strange murders involving cannibalism and monster attacks have been haunting the city of Tokyo. What started as rumors quickly becomes reality as more and more victims show up dead. The creatures behind the attacks are believed to be ghouls. They don’t quite fit the normal definition of ghouls, they’re not hideous, rotting, undead monstrosities. They look like humans, they talk like humans, they act and even pretend to eat like normal humans, there’s no way of telling a ghoul from a human until you end up as their next meal. Ken Kaneki and his childhood friend Hide continue to laugh the incidents off as superstitious rumors and continue about their daily life as they normally would. Things start to seem too good to be true when the shy and socially awkward bookworm Kaneki scores a date with the girl of his dreams, a beautiful, mature and intelligent young woman named Rize. Not only is Rize completely out of Kaneki’s league, but she also happens to share his infatuation with complex horror literature and philosophy. Things seem to be going unusually well for Kaneki, but it turns out that his lovely date is only interested in his body—eating his body, to be more specific. (And not in the hot kinky way either.) Rize is not only an extremely dangerous ghoul, but she’s what’s known as a binge eater; ghouls that kill and consume without remorse or concern of the population or the safety of other ghouls. She’s the one responsible for most of the brutal killings and cannibalism incidents in the area and poor Kaneki just so happens to be her latest target. Just like that, a dream date quickly descends into a bloody nightmare as Kaneki is nearly tortured to death by Rize in an empty construction site where no one can hear his cries of pain. Kaneki seems to get lucky when Rize slams him around the construction site and ends up knocking a large hunk of metal down on herself from all the destruction she caused, and ends up killing herself by accident just before she can deliver the final blow to Kaneki. The commotion causes a disturbance in the neighborhood and police are called to investigate the scene. The nearly dead Kaneki is rushed to the hospital along with the corpse of the bloodthirsty ghoul Rize so her organs can be transplanted into Kaneki. All’s well that ends well, right? Wrong. The streak of bad luck continues. The morally questionable rescue of Kaneki ends up transforming him into the first half-human half-ghoul hybrid because of the ghoul organs implanted in his body. Losing his taste for his favorite foods, developing violent urges and twisted desires to consume the flesh of his fellow humans, Kaneki is forcefully pulled into the demented underworld of ghoul society which has existed alongside human society for many years in secret. Kaneki has no choice but to adapt to the ways of the ghouls if he wants to survive, all while keeping his identity a secret and trying to live a normal human life. Thus begins a tragic horror story where a psychologically tortured boy is constantly exposed to the worst aspects of human nature and the savagery of ghoul society. Is Kaneki the first ever outcast that doesn’t belong to human or ghoul society, or is he the first and only person that has the potential to bring the two clashing societies together? Kaneki begins to realize that there’s more to the incident with Rize and the surgery that changed him forever, and he slowly unravels the secrets of the nastiest ghouls and the most corrupt humans working in mysterious ways behind the scenes. After a while, you’ll begin to question who the real monsters are. Caught between two dangerous worlds, Kaneki grows through immeasurable suffering, bridging the gap between humans and ghouls by learning to love and fear them in equal measure. Tokyo Ghoul builds an emotional story about morality, discrimination and self-discovery. It utilizes the literary themes of Kafka such as metamorphosis and the exploration of absolute gray morality. Kaneki’s development is literally an emotional roller coaster. He goes through so many changes in beliefs, morals, personality and identity that he struggles to keep track of who he really is as all of the different sides of himself constantly try to conquer and slaughter each other in his severely fractured brain. He can’t decide if he wants to fight against humans for the sake of the ghouls, to fight against ghouls for the sake of humans, or try to come up with some crazy master plan to fight against both of them or neither of them in order to find a way to stop the conflict between all sides once and for all. All these confusing thoughts and morals create a storm inside him and the greatest conflict of all is perhaps the conflict of Kaneki’s own conflicted sense of identity. Overall, the story has a strong start that immediately throws you into a dark and twisted drama, a tedious middle section that's held back by pacing issues, poorly explained terminology and too many unimportant side characters that don’t get nearly enough development or screen time, but it gets back on its feet with a really strong final few arcs that leave you with many questions and potential answers regarding human morality. It has an impressively large cast connected by limitless plot twists and clever intricacies, deep protagonists with many layers, flashy fight scenes with unique weapons and bodily horror mechanics called Kagune, and it pulls on the heartstrings as you slowly begin to realize that humans and ghouls have a lot more in common than either one would care to admit. *** My Social Media My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPPs... My Instagram Account: https://www.instagram.com/michael_sor... My Wattpad Account: https://www.wattpad.com/user/Michael-... 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  14. 4 out of 5

    Sovlpvnkblog

    In a world with man eating ghouls, protagonist Ken Kaneki becomes one himself after being implanted with the organs of a ghoul. This is a modern reiteration of Kafka's Metamorphosis, transporting the classic short story into a new time and recontextualising it on a broader scale. There are lots of references to Kafka, which become even more prominent in the sequel series, but Sui Ishida put his own twist onto this tale and made it into his own. This story is really well-crafted and especially aft In a world with man eating ghouls, protagonist Ken Kaneki becomes one himself after being implanted with the organs of a ghoul. This is a modern reiteration of Kafka's Metamorphosis, transporting the classic short story into a new time and recontextualising it on a broader scale. There are lots of references to Kafka, which become even more prominent in the sequel series, but Sui Ishida put his own twist onto this tale and made it into his own. This story is really well-crafted and especially after the sequel or on a second reading of this series, it becomes clear just how much effort was put into it. If you are looking for an emotional experience that can be both, lighthearted and REALLY dark, Tokyo Ghoul might be a great pick. I also recommend it to anyone hoping to get into darker and more mature manga.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jekevia

    Tokyo Ghoul is an amazing story of a young shy college student who is attacked by a human looking man eating creature called a ghoul. Kaneki’s transformation in this manga series is amazing and emotional to read. He cares so much for everyone around him all at the same time battling and trying to keep his own humanity. This world is intriguing, bloody, and gory but it definitely is a fun ride ride from start to finish. Kaneki fades away a little but he also starts to shine as he finally starts t Tokyo Ghoul is an amazing story of a young shy college student who is attacked by a human looking man eating creature called a ghoul. Kaneki’s transformation in this manga series is amazing and emotional to read. He cares so much for everyone around him all at the same time battling and trying to keep his own humanity. This world is intriguing, bloody, and gory but it definitely is a fun ride ride from start to finish. Kaneki fades away a little but he also starts to shine as he finally starts to accept who and what he has become.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mage Nava Sanchez

    Me encantó! Lo malo es que en la mitad en muy lento e hizo que me desenganchara ucho de la historia hasta que llega el volumen 6-7 y ahí la cosa se comienza a poner muy, muy buena. Sé que este manga tiene una continuación y muuy probablemente me lo estaré leyendo porque el final te deja con muchas dudas.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Riley Truog

    This wonderful box has all 14 books in the original Tokyo Ghoul series. The cover art is amazing and the panels inside are beautifully, carefully drawn. It packs a lot of plot and story into these 14 books but doesn't get overcrowded. This wonderful box has all 14 books in the original Tokyo Ghoul series. The cover art is amazing and the panels inside are beautifully, carefully drawn. It packs a lot of plot and story into these 14 books but doesn't get overcrowded.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Martina

    Preceňovaná manga. Niektoré časti sa strašne vliekli. Nápad bol fajn, no chýbal mi lepší worldbuilding a rozvoj postáv. (Varovanie pre slabé žalúdky: grafické zobrazenie násilia, krv, kanibalizmus...)

  19. 5 out of 5

    April

    The series was amazing. I'm a sucker for dark fantasy, so it's natural that I was drawn towards Tokyo Ghoul. I bought the box set and it looked so nice. The box, covers, and page art were amazing. It is quite bloody, so I don't recommend it if you don't like violence. The series was amazing. I'm a sucker for dark fantasy, so it's natural that I was drawn towards Tokyo Ghoul. I bought the box set and it looked so nice. The box, covers, and page art were amazing. It is quite bloody, so I don't recommend it if you don't like violence.

  20. 5 out of 5

    el ✿

    Primeiro mangá que eu li e é perfeito. Vi primeiro o anime, mas não se compara ao mangá. Perfeito.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Akshay Asok

    Loved it !

  22. 5 out of 5

    GodzRead

    I loved the artstyle and the beginning of the story, however, the ending just did not do it for me. I have still not decided if I will read the sequel or not.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Edwin

    9ice🤘

  24. 5 out of 5

    Masoud Hs

    There is beauty in everything even in silence and darkness

  25. 5 out of 5

    ✨Rashi✨

    I don't have the box set but I've read the manga and I'm too lazy to add each book to the list sooo Oh btw it's one of my favourite mangas ever. I don't have the box set but I've read the manga and I'm too lazy to add each book to the list sooo Oh btw it's one of my favourite mangas ever.

  26. 4 out of 5

    AJCantus

    Psychological and physical horror that chills you to the bone. One of the grimmest stories I have ever read, and I loved it.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Adrian Podaru

    One of the best story I've ever read. One of the best story I've ever read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Bartosz

    I'm pretty sure that this was my first box set ever. I am still truly in love with the story, art and world building. Have reread this one 3 times and I cannot wait for the tokyo ghoul Re box set. I'm pretty sure that this was my first box set ever. I am still truly in love with the story, art and world building. Have reread this one 3 times and I cannot wait for the tokyo ghoul Re box set.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dakota Ferrier

    One of my favorite manga series ever.

  30. 4 out of 5

    ✯Anoushka⁷✯

    Mom, I love Kaneki. I didn't obviously read the series physically but this was the only chance I had to review the series as a whole. My experience with reading (more like trying to finish) Tokyo Ghoul has not been a smooth one. I started the manga like 2 years ago however I left it with 2 volumes to go for a circumstance I can't remember (exams maybe?), and I finally picked it up 2 days ago, and ohmygod I cannot tell you how much I respect the plotline and its one and only main character: Kaneki Mom, I love Kaneki. I didn't obviously read the series physically but this was the only chance I had to review the series as a whole. My experience with reading (more like trying to finish) Tokyo Ghoul has not been a smooth one. I started the manga like 2 years ago however I left it with 2 volumes to go for a circumstance I can't remember (exams maybe?), and I finally picked it up 2 days ago, and ohmygod I cannot tell you how much I respect the plotline and its one and only main character: Kaneki Ken. To say that the characters had a character development would be an understatement. If you look at the stories of Hinami, Amon, Juzou/Suzuya, Touka, Tsukiyama, or even Hide, you will have some character development to analyse. But when I say that Kaneki had character development I mean that he had a whole metamorphosis. I kind of realised something about myself while reading the manga, to be honest. I realised that I revere strength and kindness. I think they both go hand in hand. And when you put those values together like this: strength + kindness + human + hot, you get = K. A. N. E. K. I. To say that I admire/adore/love this character would, again, be an understatement. His journey from being a shy, kind, unassuming 18-year-old to a strong, protective, tortured leader is what sets him apart from the rest of the characters I've read in all my life. To carry the burden that Kaneki carried before he turned into a ghoul was already taxing. He was an orphan with a relative who didn't care about him. But once Kaneki decided to shoulder the burden of essentially the entire 20th ward, he turned into a tragedy-just-waiting-to-happen. I cannot emphasise how much I love how Kaneki's selflessness in protecting others was actually inherently selfish. Like Touka pointed out in grief: "In the end, it's all about you." But the truth is his metamorphosis did save the people he loved. To quote Kaneki's old self when speaking to his new self: "You fought in the place of the weak me. I'm not angry at all. Thank you for all you've done." Throughout the series, the only thing Kaneki had on his mind was "Rather than be the person who hurts others, become the person getting hurt." And in the end, it was his fatal flaw (or was it? I don't know yet.) With that, I hereby place Tokyo Ghoul and Kaneki Ken in the annals of Anoushka's loves and to-be-read-again masterpieces. P.S. It does destroy me that the only heartfelt interaction Kaneki and Touka was one where Touka was beating the shit out of Kaneki. I'm hoping for more when I read Tokyo Ghoul: re next.

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