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MPD-Psycho Volume 10 takes us on a tour of an unfolding apocalypse in Tokyo! Uncut and uncensored, MPD-Psycho returns with over 200 pages of psychological mysteries, imaginative violence, and global intrigue.Creators Otsuka and Tajima explore the strange, programmed horrors that could lurk within anyone's mind, hidden until your brain is hijacked and you're used as an assa MPD-Psycho Volume 10 takes us on a tour of an unfolding apocalypse in Tokyo! Uncut and uncensored, MPD-Psycho returns with over 200 pages of psychological mysteries, imaginative violence, and global intrigue.Creators Otsuka and Tajima explore the strange, programmed horrors that could lurk within anyone's mind, hidden until your brain is hijacked and you're used as an assassin or as cannon fodder in a global conspiracy! "Multiple personality detective" Kobayashi Yousuke seems to live on as a complex personality program inside the young, violent Tetora Nishizono - but the boy is now on a suicidal mission to destroy Japan's political leaders!


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MPD-Psycho Volume 10 takes us on a tour of an unfolding apocalypse in Tokyo! Uncut and uncensored, MPD-Psycho returns with over 200 pages of psychological mysteries, imaginative violence, and global intrigue.Creators Otsuka and Tajima explore the strange, programmed horrors that could lurk within anyone's mind, hidden until your brain is hijacked and you're used as an assa MPD-Psycho Volume 10 takes us on a tour of an unfolding apocalypse in Tokyo! Uncut and uncensored, MPD-Psycho returns with over 200 pages of psychological mysteries, imaginative violence, and global intrigue.Creators Otsuka and Tajima explore the strange, programmed horrors that could lurk within anyone's mind, hidden until your brain is hijacked and you're used as an assassin or as cannon fodder in a global conspiracy! "Multiple personality detective" Kobayashi Yousuke seems to live on as a complex personality program inside the young, violent Tetora Nishizono - but the boy is now on a suicidal mission to destroy Japan's political leaders!

30 review for MPD-Psycho, Volume 10

  1. 4 out of 5

    Babs

    Flashbacks and dodgy politics at the highest levels. What will the 'spares' do? More explosions and death and mad plot twists. Flashbacks and dodgy politics at the highest levels. What will the 'spares' do? More explosions and death and mad plot twists.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Damon

    I've given up on any comprehension of what's actually going on in this series. Everyone is everyone else and then they're someone different, only they're not really that guy either, and I can't remember who that guy was anyway because it was 18 months since I read the last book, and I didn't know what was going on in that one anyway. Maybe someday, when it's done, I'll go back and reread them all and try to figure it out, but until then I just dig the crazy over-the-topness of it all. I've given up on any comprehension of what's actually going on in this series. Everyone is everyone else and then they're someone different, only they're not really that guy either, and I can't remember who that guy was anyway because it was 18 months since I read the last book, and I didn't know what was going on in that one anyway. Maybe someday, when it's done, I'll go back and reread them all and try to figure it out, but until then I just dig the crazy over-the-topness of it all.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    You know what happens when you overdo it with plot twists? The reader starts to expect them. I just don’t care anymore.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dominique "Eerie" Sobieska

    ** Amazing and NOT for the faint at heart ** Eiji Otsuka's MPD Psycho is one of the most brutally bloodiest, psychologically dark, mind fucked mangas I have ever read. The complex array of socially dysfunctional psychopaths committing brutally creative, straightforward morbid homicides borderline erotic and disturbing at times left on mark on me while reading this series for nearly 5 years. The art fresh with simple clean lines, macabre to say the least, hypnotized me with detailed expressions an ** Amazing and NOT for the faint at heart ** Eiji Otsuka's MPD Psycho is one of the most brutally bloodiest, psychologically dark, mind fucked mangas I have ever read. The complex array of socially dysfunctional psychopaths committing brutally creative, straightforward morbid homicides borderline erotic and disturbing at times left on mark on me while reading this series for nearly 5 years. The art fresh with simple clean lines, macabre to say the least, hypnotized me with detailed expressions and backgrounds. That said, the illustrator kept most of the cast true to the Japanese background, a rare feat in today's mangas. The plot felt realistic to a certain degree when excluding the Lucy Monostone ensemble (especially in the finale). There isn't much comedy as it is very dry, with no useless characters and a dark environment. Unfortunately, the translators stopped a few years back and no english volume has been release in some time. Fortunately, the french version of the series had been completely serialized in France so I was able to grab copies and read the ending finally. Although I can read french this is the one downfall for those that cannot... If you can muster the first chapter, you're in for a treat. This is just one of the novels where you need to fully pay attention to each sentence. Do I recommend it: YES!!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel

    Crazy? Yes. This volume really does switch on the crazy button. Ignoring some of the "reveals" (which don't feel like they make that much sense with where this whole series started ... but then again, the conspiracy has to go farther to hide the fact that it just started with a simple story), I dug the Tetora storyline here. He has a purpose, his understanding of the system is kinda explained, but at least we see him really doing something. It is sad that Dark Horse stopped bringing over the mang Crazy? Yes. This volume really does switch on the crazy button. Ignoring some of the "reveals" (which don't feel like they make that much sense with where this whole series started ... but then again, the conspiracy has to go farther to hide the fact that it just started with a simple story), I dug the Tetora storyline here. He has a purpose, his understanding of the system is kinda explained, but at least we see him really doing something. It is sad that Dark Horse stopped bringing over the manga at "File 68" when there are at least 83 out there. Why the story stopped now ... I can only imagine. I mean, the reveal at the end is in line with my Twin Peaks comparison a couple of volumes back, but still. There is a lot going for this series even if it isn't perfect. You've probably noticed that none of my ratings have been below a 3 star rating for this manga despite how much I rant and complain about the random aspects. That's because I am very intrigued with the whole story/stories/whatever complex thing this is. Is it too complex for its own good? Probably. But that doesn't mean the artistry isn't amazing, the asides (something that was featured more in the first volumes, but still appears every so often afterwards) are the appropriate level of humor, the way the twists in narration are slowly developed and the character focuses are changed is masterful ... yeah, this manga series is quite cool. I do have to wonder, though, does it truly have an end? Did Otsuka create something that was stripped of his creative control and now he is forced to stretch this story way beyond what it should have been? Is that why this series hasn't ended yet? Why won't Dark Horse release the rest of these comics to let the US readers decide? Oh well, it's not like I haven't found a website that has it all for free anyway (and it was a very simple search too). And yes, I plan on reading as much as I can of this manga. I like it too much to just stop.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Noctvrnal

    Oh man, we're finally getting some serious answers and some surprising plot twists. Plot settled down a little, it's not so chaotic as it was in many previous volumes so it's easier to follow but it doesn't mean that quality of this volume fell. It didn't and this manga still delivers what it promises. Oh man, we're finally getting some serious answers and some surprising plot twists. Plot settled down a little, it's not so chaotic as it was in many previous volumes so it's easier to follow but it doesn't mean that quality of this volume fell. It didn't and this manga still delivers what it promises.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Steven Shroyer

    The last volume(for now) in the US was full of suspense and action. After the disappointing and muddling 8th volume this volume and the one behind it are as fast and as twisty as a Cedar Point Roller Coaster! Hopefully Vol 11 comes soon!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Baal Of

    Last volume available in English, and it is still just as confusing as ever.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  10. 5 out of 5

    Julien

  11. 5 out of 5

    A. E. S.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Claudio

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ranforingus

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cristina

  15. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

  16. 5 out of 5

    Faris Jeddawi

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ajona

  18. 4 out of 5

    Titis Wardhana

  19. 5 out of 5

    Clls

  20. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jesselyn

  22. 5 out of 5

    Caro the Helmet Lady

  23. 5 out of 5

    Robert Chartrand

  24. 4 out of 5

    Aubre Schoenleber

  25. 5 out of 5

    Whitney

  26. 5 out of 5

    Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog

  27. 4 out of 5

    Thunder

  28. 4 out of 5

    Steven

  29. 4 out of 5

    Iantony

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sinigamhs

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