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Teru has finally made it back to his home, which now lies in ruins, and his family is nowhere to be seen. But he finds a surprise that could give him the will power to carry on in this new world. Standing in his way, however, is a final battle with Nimura and the once proud capital city crumbling all around him. Can Teru and Ako survive their final test and find the last r Teru has finally made it back to his home, which now lies in ruins, and his family is nowhere to be seen. But he finds a surprise that could give him the will power to carry on in this new world. Standing in his way, however, is a final battle with Nimura and the once proud capital city crumbling all around him. Can Teru and Ako survive their final test and find the last ray of hope in this world of darkness? Find out what happens in the thrilling conclusion to Dragon Head!


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Teru has finally made it back to his home, which now lies in ruins, and his family is nowhere to be seen. But he finds a surprise that could give him the will power to carry on in this new world. Standing in his way, however, is a final battle with Nimura and the once proud capital city crumbling all around him. Can Teru and Ako survive their final test and find the last r Teru has finally made it back to his home, which now lies in ruins, and his family is nowhere to be seen. But he finds a surprise that could give him the will power to carry on in this new world. Standing in his way, however, is a final battle with Nimura and the once proud capital city crumbling all around him. Can Teru and Ako survive their final test and find the last ray of hope in this world of darkness? Find out what happens in the thrilling conclusion to Dragon Head!

30 review for Dragon Head, Volume 10

  1. 5 out of 5

    Emm C²

    When I first saw 10, I was like, there are definitely not enough pages of this to answer my questions. But it did answer most of them (surprise), but still there was some annoyingly unanswered ones. Might be some spoilers, just so you know. -Whatever happened to Nobuo? Last time you see him, he's decked out in garbage jewelry and upgraded warpaint and is wandering the wasteland, even though everyone seemed to believe he died. (I have a fun theory he actually did find a demon in the tunnel and be When I first saw 10, I was like, there are definitely not enough pages of this to answer my questions. But it did answer most of them (surprise), but still there was some annoyingly unanswered ones. Might be some spoilers, just so you know. -Whatever happened to Nobuo? Last time you see him, he's decked out in garbage jewelry and upgraded warpaint and is wandering the wasteland, even though everyone seemed to believe he died. (I have a fun theory he actually did find a demon in the tunnel and became some kind of deranged apocalyptic sorcerer. That wouldn't be too far fetched for this series...) I don't think someone THAT crazy-prepared for the apocalypse would be offed that easily. -What was up with the crater in Mt. Fuji? So many theories... -Are the lobotomy guys former mental hospital patients? Or lab experiments? Or both? One says that they "used to be more fearful than others", so I just assumed they were patients with severe anxiety. Anyway, even with the unanswered questions, still a haunting ending. An excellent, highly recommended series. Art - 5/5 Story - 5/5 Characterization - 4/5 Overall - 4.5/5

  2. 5 out of 5

    Javier Muñoz

    Reseña de la serie completa Dragon head es una gran serie, el autor utiliza un escenario postapocalíptico para explorar el tema del miedo en los seres humanos, los protagonistas pasan por situaciones muy extremas y están constantemente luchando contra el miedo que hay oculto en el interior de sus mentes. La historia comienza con un accidente de tren cuando un tunel por el que pasa colapsa, todos los pasajeros mueren excepto tres estudiantes de instituto que deben enfrentarse a la decisión de inten Reseña de la serie completa Dragon head es una gran serie, el autor utiliza un escenario postapocalíptico para explorar el tema del miedo en los seres humanos, los protagonistas pasan por situaciones muy extremas y están constantemente luchando contra el miedo que hay oculto en el interior de sus mentes. La historia comienza con un accidente de tren cuando un tunel por el que pasa colapsa, todos los pasajeros mueren excepto tres estudiantes de instituto que deben enfrentarse a la decisión de intentar salir de ese tunel (cosa que parece imposible) o esperar a que llegue un equipo de rescate... el tiempo pasa, las provisiones se agotan y las cosas empiezan a ponerse complicadas mientras empiezan a pensar que quizás el desastre no se limita al accidente ferroviario. El comentario sobre el miedo está presente a lo largo de toda la obra, el autor nos habla sobre cómo es el detonante de comportamientos inusuales, de locura y depravación, pero al mismo tiempo es necesario para nuestra supervivencia como especie en situaciones límite. El desastre de una magnitud colosal que sucede en Japón y cuyas razones no llegamos a sospechar hasta el final de la serie queda como parte del decorado excepto en ciertos momentos concretos, la desesperación de los personajes y su lucha para vencer los obstáculos a los que deben enfrentarse es lo que está en el foco principal. El viaje de Teru a Tokio en el tomo 8 en su intento de volver a casa y encontrar a Ako y su incursión a la desesperada en las profundidades del metro (en el tomo 9) en busca de un atisbo de esperanza aparentemente inexistente entre la destrucción y el desánimo más absoluto, es un pasaje que me ha impactado mucho. Lo que encuentra al final de su viaje es completamente inesperado, quizás haya lectores cuyas expectativas no se vean cumplidas, pero en mi opinión es el resultado lógico de lo que se va construyendo a lo largo de los tomos anteriores. El tomo 10 sirve para poner el punto final y despejar algunas incógnitas (no todas), el conjunto queda como uno de esos mangas diferentes que merece mucho la pena leer porque cuenta un tipo de historia que no se suele ver en otros medios. En resumen, una gran lectura que todo amante del manga al que le guste salir de los géneros más típicos debería tachar de su lista de pendientes.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Petr Fabián

    Japonci neumí končit série, s tím jsem počítal a připravoval se na to od prvního volume, takže to zklamání jsem čekal. Říct, že konec byl antiklimatickej není uplně přesný, protože to žádnej konec nemá. Nepotřebuju aby mě autor vodil za ručičku ale tady nemá jakákoliv z postav a dějovejch linek žádnej závěr. Na posledních dvaceti stránkách se to rozjelo do smrtelnýho tempa, stihlo se rozjet několik skvělejch linek jen aby se to useknulo v běhu a na posledních dvou stránkách jsme se dočkali rádov Japonci neumí končit série, s tím jsem počítal a připravoval se na to od prvního volume, takže to zklamání jsem čekal. Říct, že konec byl antiklimatickej není uplně přesný, protože to žádnej konec nemá. Nepotřebuju aby mě autor vodil za ručičku ale tady nemá jakákoliv z postav a dějovejch linek žádnej závěr. Na posledních dvaceti stránkách se to rozjelo do smrtelnýho tempa, stihlo se rozjet několik skvělejch linek jen aby se to useknulo v běhu a na posledních dvou stránkách jsme se dočkali rádovy filosofickýho žblebtu, kterej nesouvisel nijak s tím, co člověk za těch deset volumes sledoval. Dragon Head je skvělá série, která trošku ztrácí na lesku, když člověku dojde, že autor vlastně vůbec neměl žádnej plán.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

    Je suis pas sûre d'avoir tout compris à la fin mais c'était bien ! Je suis pas sûre d'avoir tout compris à la fin mais c'était bien !

  5. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    That was... a terrible ending to a manga with so much wasted potential. Fear was a theme that ran throughout the entire 10 volumes, with volumes 9 and 10 in particular trying to answer what fear truly means to the human race. The first 3 volumes were the only volumes that explored this idea and did it rather well, when despair and hopelessness tore the characters sanity to their breaking points. It started off as a pretty gripping psychological thriller, after that it became a rather standard su That was... a terrible ending to a manga with so much wasted potential. Fear was a theme that ran throughout the entire 10 volumes, with volumes 9 and 10 in particular trying to answer what fear truly means to the human race. The first 3 volumes were the only volumes that explored this idea and did it rather well, when despair and hopelessness tore the characters sanity to their breaking points. It started off as a pretty gripping psychological thriller, after that it became a rather standard survival manga with highs and lows. Mostly lows from volume 7 onwards. I did love the characters, art and the setting but can't help but feel like this story was wasted and the theme of "fear" could have been explored in a much more interesting way. The Dragon Heads also felt like an irrelevant and bizarre addition to the story and we are left with an ambiguous ending that made the overall story feel rather pointless.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kurtis Burkhardt

    Pretty awesome Psychological Apocalyptic manga, really awesome artwork and story! 😁😻❤️❤️

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Connor

    great story but the ending was :/ (maybe 2020 wasn't the right time to read this manga) great story but the ending was :/ (maybe 2020 wasn't the right time to read this manga)

  8. 5 out of 5

    skaska123

    Can someone please explain to me what happened

  9. 4 out of 5

    Robert Beveridge

    Minetaro Mochizuki, Dragon Head, vol. 10 (Tokyopop, 2000) And the saga of Dragon Head comes to an end. As with most manga I've read, that end feels quite abrupt, but it's still a somewhat satisfying conclusion. We finally find out what caused the disaster (it's probably not what you're thinking... but the idea has since been ripped off for a silly comedy film), what happened to Teru's family, and we get some resolution with the Iwada/Seto storyline, which disappeared for a couple of volumes. I wo Minetaro Mochizuki, Dragon Head, vol. 10 (Tokyopop, 2000) And the saga of Dragon Head comes to an end. As with most manga I've read, that end feels quite abrupt, but it's still a somewhat satisfying conclusion. We finally find out what caused the disaster (it's probably not what you're thinking... but the idea has since been ripped off for a silly comedy film), what happened to Teru's family, and we get some resolution with the Iwada/Seto storyline, which disappeared for a couple of volumes. I would have liked to see a more concrete final few pages, but it's forgivable. A solid series all the way around. ***

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    I'm going to give this one an extra star, because this volume managed to finish the series in a satisfying fashion that made the previous 9 books all the more worthwhile. So much suspense, so many twists and turns, and manga-ka Minetaro Mochizuki somehow kept from getting buried under them all. He found the perfect way to get out of the predicament he had created while explaining enough to satisfy my long-term questions about what was going on and yet not so much to destroy the sense of mystery I'm going to give this one an extra star, because this volume managed to finish the series in a satisfying fashion that made the previous 9 books all the more worthwhile. So much suspense, so many twists and turns, and manga-ka Minetaro Mochizuki somehow kept from getting buried under them all. He found the perfect way to get out of the predicament he had created while explaining enough to satisfy my long-term questions about what was going on and yet not so much to destroy the sense of mystery and awe he had created with the rest of the story. I loved every panel!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Erik Erickson

    i'm just a tad disappointed by the ending of an otherwise fun manga pa that's been a nice guilty pleasure to read on my iphone. the whole bit about humans and fear was overblown and pretty nonsensical. it was a fun ride though. On to more pa! i'm just a tad disappointed by the ending of an otherwise fun manga pa that's been a nice guilty pleasure to read on my iphone. the whole bit about humans and fear was overblown and pretty nonsensical. it was a fun ride though. On to more pa!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    This is the best Tokyopop Manga I've ever read. That's not saying much, I think it may be only the second Tokyopop Manga I've ever finished. It's a bit creepy, and certainly much more a thriller story than the battle, detective, romance, or other genres I'm more accustomed to reading in Manga. This is the best Tokyopop Manga I've ever read. That's not saying much, I think it may be only the second Tokyopop Manga I've ever finished. It's a bit creepy, and certainly much more a thriller story than the battle, detective, romance, or other genres I'm more accustomed to reading in Manga.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Shull

    Just finished the series and it left me disappointed. It had interesting bits, but overall it was slow, confusing, and repetitive.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ana

    Um manga fantástico, do princípio ao fim, num cenário apocalíptico, mas centrado nas suas ricas personagens.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mark Pedigo

    (The first two volumes were included in the 2018 Halloween Terrors Humble Bundle)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jojo

    El final es muy rápido. La historia iba muy bien, pero el final sentí que fue muy abrupto. En general le doy 4/5 estrellas.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Eman

  18. 5 out of 5

    Chrissy

  19. 5 out of 5

    Neil

  20. 4 out of 5

    Emily

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dmitry

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jade

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tol21

  24. 4 out of 5

    Charles

  25. 5 out of 5

    "Daph Nobody" Oliver Boelens

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jenner DeNimh

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dave

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jason

  29. 5 out of 5

    Raúl Manzanares

  30. 5 out of 5

    Óscar

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