Deadman Wonderland: 2

Deadman Wonderland: 2

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Framed for the brutal murders of his classmates by the mysterious Red Man, middle-school student Ganta Igarashii finds himself sentenced to death in the bizarre and fatal theme park/prison known as Deadman Wonderland. The inmates of this insane penitentiary fight for survival every day to provide entertainment for the masses. Ganta is determined to survive Deadman Wonderland and clear his name, but the price may be his soul...Falsely accused and sentenced to death in Deadman Wonderland for murdering his classmates, Ganta begins to learn more about life inside the prison walls. Upon hearing that the Red Man, the strange being that killed his friends, is in the G Ward, Ganta heads there seeking answers, and revenge. Instead he finds a mysterious man who calls him Woodpecker...

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Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 126 x 190 x 20mm | 180g
  • Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
  • San Francisco, United States
  • English
  • chiefly Illustrations (colour)
  • 1421564106
  • 9781421564104
  • 8,908

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Didn't live up to my expectations of Vol. 1 but still good. This volume closes in on Ganta and the white haired girl as they find out the one who killed Ganta's classmates is hidden in the prison somewhere. Rather than finding him, they meet someone else and Ganta learns more about the "deadmen" and what is going on inside the prison. I think this volume focused in on the main characters too soon, as I felt like I hadn't got a handle on the environment yet. The amusement park was hardly mentioned and none of the other inmates were involved in the story. I would have preferred getting to know the society better before closing in on the politics of the plot. However, this is still an awesome dystopian theme and I'm hoping the third volume will pull everything together better for me. I love the characters!show more
by Nicola Mansfield