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Penultimo volume per la prima stagione del webcomic coreano che ha conquistato il mondo e che solo i lettori italiani hanno potuto leggere su carta! Sangwoo e Yon Bum condividono ormai segreti pericolosi, e iniziano un viaggio che li porterà negli angoli più oscuri della mente umana...


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Penultimo volume per la prima stagione del webcomic coreano che ha conquistato il mondo e che solo i lettori italiani hanno potuto leggere su carta! Sangwoo e Yon Bum condividono ormai segreti pericolosi, e iniziano un viaggio che li porterà negli angoli più oscuri della mente umana...

30 review for Killing Stalking. First Season: 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Devann

    I hate to say it but ...this is getting kind of old? I mean there's only so many times you can read the same 'Sangwoo acts nice for awhile then does something really fucked up and Yoonbum is really taken aback by it because Stockholm Syndrome' before it [incredibly] gets kind of boring. There was some new stuff that advanced the plot towards the end but a lot of this season just seemed like filler or just more of the same stuff we've seen before. I hate to say it but ...this is getting kind of old? I mean there's only so many times you can read the same 'Sangwoo acts nice for awhile then does something really fucked up and Yoonbum is really taken aback by it because Stockholm Syndrome' before it [incredibly] gets kind of boring. There was some new stuff that advanced the plot towards the end but a lot of this season just seemed like filler or just more of the same stuff we've seen before.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jiddy⁷

    The thing about this fucking story is: I’d die for Sangwoo in a heart-beat. He wouldn’t only let me, but he’d also quite possibly be the one to kill me. My talent to find redeeming qualities in characters that should not be redeemed or forgiven surprises me every single time. Whelp, what can a fool do. Continuing my Sangwoo Stan Club in 2020.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alice Alice

    I WANT TO READDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maria Tatu

    Well, what a journey(in the mind of an abusive, psychotic killer and a scrawny victim boy) this has been! I have to say.. Sangwoo is a goddamn amazing psychopath, he is the definition, nay, the epitome of a psychopath! You don't have to agree with him and what he does but, he is a great character. Also: Sangwoo's dark and fu**ed sense of humour gave me life!!! Yoon Bum is the perfect victim. It's very interesting to see the way Yoon Bum reacts to the things he was "subjected" to by Sangwoo, and h Well, what a journey(in the mind of an abusive, psychotic killer and a scrawny victim boy) this has been! I have to say.. Sangwoo is a goddamn amazing psychopath, he is the definition, nay, the epitome of a psychopath! You don't have to agree with him and what he does but, he is a great character. Also: Sangwoo's dark and fu**ed sense of humour gave me life!!! Yoon Bum is the perfect victim. It's very interesting to see the way Yoon Bum reacts to the things he was "subjected" to by Sangwoo, and how (as a victim) your mind and feelings degrade and change with time, and after a while you really don't know what to think anymore( it's called the Stockholm Syndrome, it's very fascinating, you should look it up). Did I cry my eyes out the last few chapters? Yes. Did I expect what happened to happen? Yep, sure. Still, I do have some unanswered questions and some issues with this webtoon but overall it was very interesting . P. S. gr is very confusing and is listing a bunch of other volumes for this webtoon but this should be the last one (that's the way the volumes were numbered by the author, so it has to be right) P. P. S I'm still debating whether I should give this 3⭐ or 4⭐(3.5 would be ideal, but.. yk)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Daesy

    See review book 1

  6. 4 out of 5

    BumBahLee

    I am going to warn you now. IT IS GRAPHIC AND NOT FOR THE SENSITIVE. With that said I have to say the only reason it is a four star is because it made ME feel like I had Stockholm syndrome. Then the story itself had me wondering what as going to happen next. Like I said, it isn't for the weak of heart or the sensitive. I am going to warn you now. IT IS GRAPHIC AND NOT FOR THE SENSITIVE. With that said I have to say the only reason it is a four star is because it made ME feel like I had Stockholm syndrome. Then the story itself had me wondering what as going to happen next. Like I said, it isn't for the weak of heart or the sensitive.

  7. 4 out of 5

    bri ♡

    I don't even have the words honestly. this was so good? like its horrible and fucked up and so triggering...but so goddamn good. still not going to rate it but honestly would be a 4 just because of how interested I was from the very beginning. now excuse me while I blast killing me softly by fugees on repeat. I don't even have the words honestly. this was so good? like its horrible and fucked up and so triggering...but so goddamn good. still not going to rate it but honestly would be a 4 just because of how interested I was from the very beginning. now excuse me while I blast killing me softly by fugees on repeat.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Flora⁷ ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

    this series is so fucked up but i am so ??? addicted wtf

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Lanz

    This is a psychological horror. The amount of times I've questioned myself for finishing this Webtoon is unknown to me. All I know is that I felt like I had Stockholm syndrome, and witnessed more than a few graphic murders... 😬 Many people dislike Killing Stalking because of the gore and gruesome nature surrounding the main two characters, though most of the issues come from the fanbase. People ship the two main characters although the comic is meant to demonstrate why the relationship isn't healt This is a psychological horror. The amount of times I've questioned myself for finishing this Webtoon is unknown to me. All I know is that I felt like I had Stockholm syndrome, and witnessed more than a few graphic murders... 😬 Many people dislike Killing Stalking because of the gore and gruesome nature surrounding the main two characters, though most of the issues come from the fanbase. People ship the two main characters although the comic is meant to demonstrate why the relationship isn't healthy. The author is meaning to scare and entertain the reader through the horrifying nature of their abusive relationship. ------ I think I speak for the people when I say that this ending really shocked me. I didn't think Koogi would go in that direction?? I'm really happy about Yoonbum's end though, and the fact that he was free of everything Sangwoo had caused him to go through.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bookish Bullsh*t

    Damn

  11. 4 out of 5

    Fenriz Angelo

    Interesting getting to know the background of both characters and what made them the way they are but there was too much filler in between, at least the plot advanced in the last chapters.

  12. 4 out of 5

    andrea perez

    i don't understand how people are actually in favor of sangwoo and bum's relationship i don't understand how people are actually in favor of sangwoo and bum's relationship

  13. 5 out of 5

    Megha

    Five stars for the dream sequences of Seung-bae and Bum. Absolutely beautiful. Four stars for the whole story I guess.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    still rethinking life decisions

  15. 4 out of 5

    stefania

    I’m probably just going to keep giving every single part of this series four stars. Read my review for the second part. Same feelings here.

  16. 4 out of 5

    nat ☾

    i don't know what's going on anymore. this is wild. i don't know what's going on anymore. this is wild.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. they killed sungwoo. good

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cookie

    What a ride people! What. A. Ride. Maybe it's that I'm still riding the high of finishing this but this was a masterpiece. Masterpiece. I'm absolutely mind boggled by the fact that people found the ending unsatisfying or by those who were bored (!??) by the last season. Everything about this last season and this ending were perfect. First off, the final season spends more time delving into the psychology of the characters. I loved how the author is able to draw lovey-dovey couple scenes while cha What a ride people! What. A. Ride. Maybe it's that I'm still riding the high of finishing this but this was a masterpiece. Masterpiece. I'm absolutely mind boggled by the fact that people found the ending unsatisfying or by those who were bored (!??) by the last season. Everything about this last season and this ending were perfect. First off, the final season spends more time delving into the psychology of the characters. I loved how the author is able to draw lovey-dovey couple scenes while charging the scene with tension, urgency and fear. The atmosphere is handled masterfully, the reader is kept on his toes in every scene involving Sangwoo and Bum, even more so when they seem to be living the perfect couple life. So much depth is given to Sangwoo through his backstory. The story does not try to absolve him but shows how he became the killer we got to know. His backstory is utterly tragic and told so well: it grips you at your throat and terrorises you as much as it horrifies you. The ending was perfect, pulling strings from everywhere in the story and tying them together. You can see how much planning went into this as you see small details from early in the story being brought back onto the front scene and impacting the story. I'm very sad to see that some people giving this series one star or urging people not to read it: yes it's a fucked up story but it's a wonderfully and masterfully told fucked up story that in no way tries to redeem the horrifying acts accomplished by its characters. For me this is simply Grade A storytelling. Lastly, I'm gonna say that in no way is this 'boys love'. This is a psychological thriller in all its terrifying and horrifying glory. A manhwa as good as books or movies. N.B: incredible coincidence that I finished the series the very day it's announced there will be an animated series

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tilda

    So, “Killing Stalking” is a weird one for me. In other circumstances it would have been an easy 5-star read for me, but the issues in this manhwa are just far too big to be ignored. First I’ll start with what I adored: the psychological horror and characterisation of the main characters is on. point. The pacing is great, it tells a very disturbing tale of terrifying psychological manipulation and the ending is very satisfying. Once more: in other circumstances, this would be a 5-star read for me. So, “Killing Stalking” is a weird one for me. In other circumstances it would have been an easy 5-star read for me, but the issues in this manhwa are just far too big to be ignored. First I’ll start with what I adored: the psychological horror and characterisation of the main characters is on. point. The pacing is great, it tells a very disturbing tale of terrifying psychological manipulation and the ending is very satisfying. Once more: in other circumstances, this would be a 5-star read for me. But this series is riddled with glamourised abuse, thinly-veiled homophobia, and very ignorant depictions of mental illness. Koogi goes back and forth a lot between making hard-to-watch, yet necessary, depictions of the abuse Yoonbum suffered at the hands of Sangwoo, and throwing in inconsequential sex scenes that are clearly there just for fanservice. I’m not saying all the sex (and rape) scenes are necessarily useless, some of them do help progress the story and the character arcs, but a vast majority of them really are a “isn’t Sangwoo such a handsome psychopath” fest. It bothers me that it seems like this deranged gay “love” (can you call it love?) story is often being played up to a mostly straight-female audience, and maybe I’m too biased because of how infamous the Killing Stalking fandom has become, but it just reeked of homophobia from beginning to end. And then, of course, we have Yoonbum’s canon borderline personality disorder, even though he displays about one symptom and a half. Are we really okay with yet another depiction of borderline people as creepy stalkers, too obsessed with someone to care for their own good? I loved Killing Stalking as the horrifying psychological horror that is, I just wish it could have been done more tastefully.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I think the third season is the last season . . . ? I forgot to review it after I read the last chapter which could have been weeks ago. I found myself questioning a lot why I was reading this series. The first part of the series I remember being so good, and I wanted to savor every panel. I remember wanting to read it right away as it came out, but also wanting to wait until I felt like I "deserved" to read it. I was beginning to have a difficult time with my studies, so that's why I had this re I think the third season is the last season . . . ? I forgot to review it after I read the last chapter which could have been weeks ago. I found myself questioning a lot why I was reading this series. The first part of the series I remember being so good, and I wanted to savor every panel. I remember wanting to read it right away as it came out, but also wanting to wait until I felt like I "deserved" to read it. I was beginning to have a difficult time with my studies, so that's why I had this restriction. But the second and third parts really made me question what it is I thought was so good about this series. There were a lot of unexpected hiatuses, especially toward the completion, and it made me worried for the creator. I felt that she felt pressured and rushed. I think maybe if she had been given more time, things would have turned out better.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Paper Dreams

    I hate that I'm out here reasoning with myself to hope for the best for this stalker dude. 😪😪 He's like the creepiest stalker out there but Sangwoo is somehow the worst thing to happen and I just want him to go free. Then again, he strikes me as a person with BPD and this traumatic experience is going to make him worse off than before. I hate that I'm out here reasoning with myself to hope for the best for this stalker dude. 😪😪 He's like the creepiest stalker out there but Sangwoo is somehow the worst thing to happen and I just want him to go free. Then again, he strikes me as a person with BPD and this traumatic experience is going to make him worse off than before.

  22. 4 out of 5

    blkandsapphicreads

    This volume had wayyyyy too much banging like it felt like they were banging every 5 pages geez. Anyways the story is still interesting, although I don’t care about the investigation to find the murder but whatever it’s fine. I’m mostly reading this to see if Yoonbum will realize his worth and leave Sangwoo or something

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alina

    TRIGGER WARNINGS: RAPE AND VIOLENCE (BOTH GARPHIC), TORTURE, MURDER This is for the whole series: It was fuckin dark, horrific and the ending was so crazy I thought I die myself. I loved it. Poor Bum. He deserved better smh

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jia嘉

    Disturbing, nervewrecking and honestly sangwoo disgusted me.. but seeing his childhood i can understand why he is like this. The ending was PERFECT, couldnt be better and i was hoping for it in the end. Bum tho.. poor soul

  25. 5 out of 5

    Torirosas

    3.5 This chapters really went more deeply in to the reasons and motivations of both of the main characters. And these really make you simpathize with them in some ways. But never the less is ttill preatty disturbing I don't know why I'm reading this. 3.5 This chapters really went more deeply in to the reasons and motivations of both of the main characters. And these really make you simpathize with them in some ways. But never the less is ttill preatty disturbing I don't know why I'm reading this.

  26. 4 out of 5

    arson

    I feel weird rating it so I’m not going to, but I actually “enjoy” (for lack of a better word) killing stalking because I love analyzing things and people. So because pretty much everyone in killing stalking is very much not mentally stable it’s really interesting for me

  27. 5 out of 5

    Maritza

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. its amazing

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kailey

    Its amazing so..

  29. 5 out of 5

    Simone Burrell

    Yoonbum and stalker who been head over heels about this boy named Sung woo. But little did he know Sung woo is a cereal killer.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rennie

    ...... So I picked this up again. Loved it!

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