Free Read [Classics Book] È Hell Baby - by Hideshi Hino ✓


  • Title: Hell Baby
  • Author: Hideshi Hino
  • ISBN: 9780922233120
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback

  • From one of Japan s most accomplished artists comes this new graphic novel, the unsettling saga of twin sisters born one dark and stormy night in Tokyo one normal, and one a demon baby with a taste for blood a Hell Baby Tossed into a garbage dump, Hell Baby dies in the plastic bag but is brought back to life by an unworldly bolt of lightening Hell Baby develops hard eFrom one of Japan s most accomplished artists comes this new graphic novel, the unsettling saga of twin sisters born one dark and stormy night in Tokyo one normal, and one a demon baby with a taste for blood a Hell Baby Tossed into a garbage dump, Hell Baby dies in the plastic bag but is brought back to life by an unworldly bolt of lightening Hell Baby develops hard earned hunting techniques to survive life among the wild animals who roam the garbage dump After struggling along for seven years, she seeks revenge for her fate and returns to the city, where she applies her hunting skills for survival this time against the good citizens of Tokyo.
    Hideshi Hino
    Hideshi Hino Hino Hideshi, born April 19, 1946 is a Japanese manga artist who specializes in horror stories His comics include Hell Baby, Hino Horrors, and Panorama of Hell He also wrote and directed two of the Guinea Pig horror movies which were based on his manga Flower of Flesh and Blood, which he also starred in, and Mermaid in a Manhole.


    Commentaires:

    Sarri
    Japanilainen "kauhu"manga rujona syntyneestä kaksostytöstä, jonka isä heittää jätepussissa kaatopaikalle. Tyttö kuolee, mutta erinäisten yhteensattumien kautta tyttö herää jälleen henkiin ja kasvaa kaatopaikalla syöden raatoja ja metsästäen kaatopaikan eläimiä. Kun tyttö täyttää seitsemän, ilmestyy valon keskeltä vanha nainen, joka ohjeistaa tytön menemään läheiseen kaupunkiin, jotta hän kostaisi heitteillejättönsä ja kohtaisi lopullisen kohtalonsa siellä. Tyttö [...]

    Nikita Katiyar
    This book is very popular in horror manga circles but its a disappointing read for serious horror fans who are already familiar with the likes of junji itou, nakayama masaaki etc. Hino's Horror series has better storylines and art to offer.

    Reetta Saine
    Ihanan vastenmielistä ja kamalaa. Raatojen imeskelyä, matojen putoilua, elävältä paloittelua.Lopulta kaunis (?) tarina uhrautumisesta, katumuksesta ja ehkä vähän liiankin kiltistä murhaajavauvasta.

    James Dunphy
    Hell Girl is the start to my Halloween Horror reading fest. It's quick, sweet, easy, and to the point. All while being grotesquely drawn by horror manga mastermind Hideshi Hino (who I have previously read the excellent Panorama of Hell from). This horror one-shot is a simple tale of a the life of a demonic female baby, hopelessly abandoned by her father at birth and forced to grow up in a junkyard struggling against other vermin. She grows up into a deformed scavenger who eventually makes her wa [...]

    Errol
    I guess if you're looking for something more emotional that scary, which I wasn't at the time. But it had a ending that could make your heart heavy or something like that. Not much of a horror as it is a drama but I still liked it. The art work is sort of meh but the story gets its point across.

    Recluta Montero
    Una de esas historias que no sé qué pensar. Oscilas entre el horror y la tristeza al ver el destino de esa criatura. Dos hermanas mellizas, una sana y hermosa, la otra deforme, que son separadas al nacer, ya que el nacimiento de la segunda es tomado como una maldición, como algo demoníaco. Esta bebé deforme consigue sobrevivir sola y de forma inexplicable, abandonada entre la basura, y pasados los años, intenta encontrar su lugar en un mundo que ni la quiere ni la entiende. No es un manga [...]

    Merzbau
    i've never read a Nicholas Sparks novel and i've only seen part of one of his movies (i couldn't tell you which one, aren't they all pretty interchangeable though?) but i imagine if he wrote a horror manga it would be something like this. there's no romance but it is completely manipulative with no intention of anything other than trying to make you sad. it succeeded. i was totally bummed out after reading it. i'm also bummed about talking about Nicholas Sparks. is he still a thing? whatever. an [...]

    Ashkin Ayub
    ( ゚ヮ゚)On a stormy night, twin sisters are born. One of the girls is healthy and normal in every regard - the other one is hideously deformed and craves blood rather than milk. The father of the girls is unwilling to accept the deformed twin into his family and so he places her in a plastic sack and disposes of her at a rubbish dump. The baby subsists first on carrion and earthworms and then, later, by hunting the dogs, rats, crows and other animals that inhabit the dump. After seven years, [...]

    Abby
    Creepy and sad at the same time. It's my first time to read a book by this author and hoping to read more of his/her mangas. If you want something creepy but wanted all the feels as well, then this book is a must read for you.

    Amanda
    Ugh. This was weird. And it tried to be poignant, but it's just. Weird.

    J
    A goofy little story with a sad beginning and a sad ending.

    Derek Royal
    A classic horror manga. Potentially hokey in places, but that's a bit part of its charm. I wish more of Hideshi Hino's work was still in print in English.

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    Sandro Filipe
    Rate: 3.5 stars

    Tina
    I don't know how to rate this. I don't even know how to review it. The manga was disturbing, odd, and disgusting. I don't know if that's good or bad. All I know is that I have never read anything like it, and I still don't quite know what to make of it.

    Nick
    I remember not really enjoying this and finding it a bit basic.

    Matti Karjalainen
    Hideshi Hinon kauhuharrastajat muistanevat parhaiten kyseenalaista mainetta aikanaan niittäneestä Guinea Pig -elokuvasarjasta, mutta onpa hänen kynästään lähtenyt myös sarjakuvia (tai itse asiassa pari elokuvista pohjautuu näihin mangoihin, tiesi vanha kunnon Wiki-setä kertoa). "Hell Baby" on suoraviivaisesti etenevä kauhutarina perheestä, johon syntyy eräänä ja myrskyisenä yönä kaksi tytärtä. Toinen näistä on tavallinen vauva, toinen taas lapsi suoraan helvetistä. Isä ka [...]

    Eric
    Man, I feel like this book and Hino in general are ripe for a rediscovery what with the successes / popularity of Junji Ito, Suehiro Maruo, and the like on tumblr or other similar art sharing sites. This is a weird comedy that actually reminds me of a 2000 AD strip in that it's a bunch of short 12 page chapters that nudge the story along until it gets going at which point it kind of rips through it. The story is about uh redemption through selflessness (?) and it's told by a resurrected zombie g [...]

    Chibineko
    When I purchased this manga, I didn't know what to expect. I'm a fan of Hino's other work, but I will admit that at times the sheer gruesomeness will be a bit overpowering. This manga was no exception. What I liked was that even though the average reader will find themselves repulsed by the acts of Hell Baby, you can't help but feel a bit sorry for what it's had to go through. In this manga you have two babies born as twins, however one is beautiful & perfect and the other is born a hideous [...]

    Mystic_fleur
    El estilo de Hideshi hino es uno muy particular y que a medida que lees más de sus obras, te puedes acostumbrar a este con más facilidad. El manga en general me gustó, aunque creo que le faltó ser más detallado en cuanto al paisaje y los lugares donde tomaban parte los suesos. Considero pertinente dar mi opinión respecto a que si hay personas que lo desean leer por el mero hecho de pasar un rato de terror, ese no va a ser el caso, ya que la forma en que se dan los sucesos, llevan a un fina [...]

    Elh R'
    I loved it !!!I used to read manga when I was a teen, then, I stopped because it appeared to be all the same. After some time, I acquired some collection of horror manga, this book was in there. Every book that I read so far from the collection is amazing, not your typical, stereotypical big eyes manga, and this book is no exception.The story is very lovely, a deformed baby is abandoned in a junk graveyard, only to grew and take revenge over humanity. The story is very touching, dramatic, and He [...]

    Brian Hoffmeister
    While it has its silly moments, this graphic novel is both effective and heartening. A deformed baby disregarded at birth, learns to live off the blood of animals in the trash dump, before it sets out to search for its family. In the meantime sure, the baby attacks people and tears arms off, feeding off the flesh of anyone it encounters, but for being a cheesy horror comic, I thought it evoked far more emotions than it should have. My daughter really liked it, though she was tearing up the whole [...]

    AnñaKarenina
    Well I'm not a big fan of Hideshi's art. The story was fine it was kinda cliche for me. I guess the only thing that I liked is when the hell baby died. But who the hell is the Hag is she some kind of sorcerer I mean everything was fine from the start until she came up and messed the story up. So I guess it's kinda okay.

    Faris Morgan
    I'm surprised because I really liked this bookIt touched me. The story is so pure and so sad. Of course, people complain about the artwork but what else do you expect from the 1980's? The storyline was important to me. I don't want to say any spoilers, but I recommend others to read this. It's such a short manga and you can finish it in maybe half an hour :)

    Jason Bradshaw
    The story and art here are nothing particularly special. They're functional in that it's well put together and competently executed. The real charm, what endears itself to me in this book is Hino's bluntly disturbing almost fairy tale-like aesthetic. It's amusing in just how unsettling and unflinchingly vicious it's execution is. Loved it <3

    Kevin
    A discarded deformed twin lives in a junkyard and lives off of dead animals. Guided by a mysterious voice in her head, she goes to the city and wrecks bloody havoc. Over the top macabre manga action.

    Xisix
    Grimey black and white drawings of a freakish monster child left to die in a garbage dump. Bleak and poignant with some over the top violence thrown in for good measure. Makes think of Suehiro Maruo and his 'Ultragash Inferno' .

    Veronika KaoruSaionji
    Very sad and movin horror manga about deformed child (girl) who is rejected by it´s parents and try survive by killing animals and later people. At the end, she can´t to kill her healthy sister and she died (shot by police) because it. Very bitter. But amazing.

    Mauricio Garcia
    ;_____________;I was so not ready for this book.We're all hell baby trying to make it for those city lights

    Sandro Ricardo
    great book

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