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ULTIMO NUMERO della prima stagione! Bum e Sangwoo finiranno legati da un segreto di sangue, che li trascinerà ancora di più nell'abisso... ULTIMO NUMERO della prima stagione! Bum e Sangwoo finiranno legati da un segreto di sangue, che li trascinerà ancora di più nell'abisso...


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ULTIMO NUMERO della prima stagione! Bum e Sangwoo finiranno legati da un segreto di sangue, che li trascinerà ancora di più nell'abisso... ULTIMO NUMERO della prima stagione! Bum e Sangwoo finiranno legati da un segreto di sangue, che li trascinerà ancora di più nell'abisso...

30 review for Killing Stalking. First Season: 4

  1. 4 out of 5

    ~maheen~

    I’m here!! Finally at the end of this bloody painful road and kinda sad to have to let go of this mind blowing webcomic. So . . . Here’s the review I promised. Killing Stalking is a progressive, psychologically mind-twisting, fast-paced thriller. There are themes of rape, incest, Stockholm syndrome, abuse, nudity, murder, torture and crudeness galore. What I found the most 'enchanting’ was the way the story unfolded and how with each new clue you were given, it got you to re-evaluate your cards a I’m here!! Finally at the end of this bloody painful road and kinda sad to have to let go of this mind blowing webcomic. So . . . Here’s the review I promised. Killing Stalking is a progressive, psychologically mind-twisting, fast-paced thriller. There are themes of rape, incest, Stockholm syndrome, abuse, nudity, murder, torture and crudeness galore. What I found the most 'enchanting’ was the way the story unfolded and how with each new clue you were given, it got you to re-evaluate your cards and wonder who really was the most messed up character here. The stalker? The murderer? Or the countless other characters who dipped a hand and splattered paint on the canvas? What you see is not necessarily the truth. Even the ending left me frustratingly unsatisfied. Trust me, I’ve searched and there’s no epilogue to the epilogue, dammit. I should say something more but.... huh, this is a thriller you’d have to taste for yourself to understand. Good luck lassies ;)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jiddy⁷

    Well. That was a wild ride. The only reason I’m taking a star off is because I’m forever petty that we apparently never get to see the bad guys win. What a shame. Third re-read March 2020: Did I finish Killing Stalking or did Killing Stalking finish me? My chest is literally aching. I will never, for the rest of my life, get over Oh Sangwoo. Rip @ myself because I died with him.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Daesy

    See review book 1

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rennie

    (Review up till Chapter 62) How is it that this author can make me feel so bad for someone I hated so much in the beginning of this manhwa? Sangwoo has had a really fucked up life! His mom was something else, man. No wonder he turned out the way he did. For some time there, it was really looking like Bum was having more power in their "relationship". Sangwoo's just been in a really bad shape, emotionally, and it seemed like he was starting to break down. But it looks like he could be getting back (Review up till Chapter 62) How is it that this author can make me feel so bad for someone I hated so much in the beginning of this manhwa? Sangwoo has had a really fucked up life! His mom was something else, man. No wonder he turned out the way he did. For some time there, it was really looking like Bum was having more power in their "relationship". Sangwoo's just been in a really bad shape, emotionally, and it seemed like he was starting to break down. But it looks like he could be getting back to how he was before. I'm interested in seeing a new dynamic in their relationship but also I feel bad seeing Sangwoo so hurt. (If Volume 1 me could read this right now, she'd probably think I was crazy )

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kritika

    This series as a whole is a trigger warning. I was simply ✨traumatized✨ from the very first few chapters and yet I still continued and finished this. Disturbing yet couldn’t stop reading. And the ending, I don’t know what I was expecting but that was not it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pilos

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Eventually someone who names and represents characters for what they are (a.k.a. a stalker and a sadistic murderer) with no attempt to romanticize them. I still can't understand why it is listed as "Boys Love" since this comic talks about everything but love. Even the author admitted this was not supposed to be a love story. Eventually someone who names and represents characters for what they are (a.k.a. a stalker and a sadistic murderer) with no attempt to romanticize them. I still can't understand why it is listed as "Boys Love" since this comic talks about everything but love. Even the author admitted this was not supposed to be a love story.

  7. 5 out of 5

    shinoa

    Finally finished this, the thing that reminded me of the ending was in a certain chapter in season 3 (I think?), where sangwoo told yoon bum that they should die together. And they really did, in a tragic way too. THIS WRECKED ME.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gole-Chan

    Abusive relationship:the rollercoaster.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Fenriz Angelo

    Killing Stalking started with a punch but sadly the pace didn't hold till the end. First of all, this last season only contains a single, culminating scene that finished the story with an open ending. Even though i didn't feel it was rushed, the final events on season 3 made it seem like it, mostly due to Bum's actions when he left the house and talks with his ex-schoolmate. I didn't quite understand his sudden change in the way he approached Sungwoo or if it was something planned beforehand. How Killing Stalking started with a punch but sadly the pace didn't hold till the end. First of all, this last season only contains a single, culminating scene that finished the story with an open ending. Even though i didn't feel it was rushed, the final events on season 3 made it seem like it, mostly due to Bum's actions when he left the house and talks with his ex-schoolmate. I didn't quite understand his sudden change in the way he approached Sungwoo or if it was something planned beforehand. However, the tragic nature of the ending for both characters is satisfactory. Lastly, the author managed to create compelling characters with a deep trauma thus mental illness, explaining their actions through flashbacks and giving the reader little bits of visual elements that stand out in the enviroment, typical of every psychological horror story. The biggest flaw i saw is that many scenes, specially in season 3 were many sex escenes (con and non-con alike) that didn't serve any purpose for the develop of the story, in my perspective those were only for titillating purposes and i'm not much of a fan of those unless they have another reason to be there. Also i feel the lack of police procedures in the latest chapters hindered the impact of the death of one of the cops. In my opinion that character needed more screen time. Overall, i think the story isn't perfect but good enough to give it a try if you like psychological horror, dark stories, and can stomach very graphic gore and any type of violence or difficult themes.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Okay this series is fucking wild. A roller coaster of a webcomic. I really liked it tho. Just messed up psychological fucked up shit like this is sooo interesting to me. Trigger warning for so many things though because it truly goes there with a lot. The main characters are both horrible one clearly more than the other and they both had such fucked up childhoods. I don't really recommend it, but if you can handle it, it makes for a fascinating read. ******Spoiler******* ****************** ******** Okay this series is fucking wild. A roller coaster of a webcomic. I really liked it tho. Just messed up psychological fucked up shit like this is sooo interesting to me. Trigger warning for so many things though because it truly goes there with a lot. The main characters are both horrible one clearly more than the other and they both had such fucked up childhoods. I don't really recommend it, but if you can handle it, it makes for a fascinating read. ******Spoiler******* ****************** ****************** Also why was the ending soooo similar to They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera???

  11. 4 out of 5

    Eda**

    THAT ENDING... It completely broke me. It's been hours since I've finished it and I'm still shaken by the emotions and turmoil it stirred in me. A very fitting and poetic conclusion to the twisted (love?) story of two mentally ill poor souls. This story will stay with me for a long while, I'm sure. THAT ENDING... It completely broke me. It's been hours since I've finished it and I'm still shaken by the emotions and turmoil it stirred in me. A very fitting and poetic conclusion to the twisted (love?) story of two mentally ill poor souls. This story will stay with me for a long while, I'm sure.

  12. 4 out of 5

    andrea perez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. sangwoo died. good.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    why do i feel like i need therapy after this

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bookish Bullsh*t

    HOLY SH*T

  15. 4 out of 5

    Geethika Atluri

    I remember the feeling of feeling f*cked up.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Anna-Mariya

    Well that was a wild ride

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mahalia Gosla

    Holy Disturbing. This series is an entire trigger warning. When a deluded serial killer catches a stalker from his past. The ending is predictable, but it still leaves you with a haunting feeling.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mariel

    I'm so glad that Bum finally gets to be free from this sick life. I understand Sangwoo's past, but that doesn't justify everything he did. It makes me sad how life turned out for him, and the only thing I wanted was for him to search for help, get therapy , to get free from his mother's shadow and sick behavior. But even knowing everythig he lived, I still dont think he loved Bum, I get that he is the most complicated character, but I also believe he is actually a "sociopath " (antisocial personal I'm so glad that Bum finally gets to be free from this sick life. I understand Sangwoo's past, but that doesn't justify everything he did. It makes me sad how life turned out for him, and the only thing I wanted was for him to search for help, get therapy , to get free from his mother's shadow and sick behavior. But even knowing everythig he lived, I still dont think he loved Bum, I get that he is the most complicated character, but I also believe he is actually a "sociopath " (antisocial personality disorder), I'm no psychologist, but he sure doesn't feel things normally, and whatever he felt about Bum,it wasn't love, at all. Just ghosts from the pass, claiming to come back and kill him. Just someone in the past who betrayed him. Just someone who killed him without killing him. And that's why he turned that way. Family can make you great and happy, or destroy you and every expectation of life you could ever have. (Neither did Bum love Sangwoo, he was obsessed and he needed a therapist to help him get through his problems, problems that Sangwoo made worse) And I also felt so depressed about Bum's life, both past and present, I just thought how he was getting more and more broken with every chapter it passed. Protect him at all cost. AND DON'T SHIP THIS OMG So, it's a great story, amazing art, incredible development of characters, and everything about them in general. I enjoyed how you as a reader couldn't fully understand the motivation in the character's choices, it was hard to get why they did anything, and that's something I truly appreciate in a story, a complicated well constructed character . The only thing not great is to think this as a love story, or to try to justify the abuse. What I'm saying is that I liked everything about the story, I just don't enjoy people misunderstanding or seeing everything in a dangerously "loving" kinda way. Seriously, don't read this if your a minor, or if you can't handle this kind of topics. Man, I just want the two of them to get help and be happy ;( they didn't deserved what life gave them. PD : REALLY, BEAUTIFUL ART, I WAS IN LOVE WITH IT.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This... this series seriously took me for a loop and I’m mind blown.... very mature graphic topics... a lot of trigger warnings of assault, murder, blood... conditions like Stockholm syndrome, multiple personality disorder, child abused the list honestly goes on.... seriously this series is just mindblowing messed up but told is just a way that I Don’t know.... the two main characters are in such a fucked up situations in their life that they find love amougst each other but is it really love? I This... this series seriously took me for a loop and I’m mind blown.... very mature graphic topics... a lot of trigger warnings of assault, murder, blood... conditions like Stockholm syndrome, multiple personality disorder, child abused the list honestly goes on.... seriously this series is just mindblowing messed up but told is just a way that I Don’t know.... the two main characters are in such a fucked up situations in their life that they find love amougst each other but is it really love? I feel like the ending still left some stuff unanswered but that’s the point in phycological thrillers right? Leave you wondering till the end... Here what i think about the ending.... Bum that poor lost soul after years of his own mental and physical abuse clearly found a home and love with his abuser sangwoo and sangwoo unknownly to himself found love with broken Bum but being broken himself the shadows finally caught up... his past was finally adding up and the darkness closed in on him.... the biggest shadows being his mother.... he found a replacement comfort in bum I do believe he feel for bum. And bum for him but then again... maybe not? I think this story in it self made the readers go through Stockholm because we want to root for them... even towards the end even knowing that it’s not okay.... and it’s beyond fucked up.... I also think how that opening ending went I think Bum kept his promise to sangwoo.... he loved him to much he followed him down deaths door in those finally pages but the way it was open to interpretation i guess we won’t really know a solid conclusion... Bum was broken beyond repair till the very end.... just the sam way sangwoo was....

  20. 4 out of 5

    Gideon

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Blue was my perdominent emotion when reading the series, neither horror nor disgust exceeded that feeling and the end gave me a grand sense of grief. Two individuals both scarred by those that cared for them and the resulting trauma appearing in excitations of toxic behavior was my horror and disgust. the thirst for love eventually quenched, despite it being dysfunctional, only to be stripped at its climax was my grief. Sangwoo got what he deserved at the end and I couldn't help but pity him, he Blue was my perdominent emotion when reading the series, neither horror nor disgust exceeded that feeling and the end gave me a grand sense of grief. Two individuals both scarred by those that cared for them and the resulting trauma appearing in excitations of toxic behavior was my horror and disgust. the thirst for love eventually quenched, despite it being dysfunctional, only to be stripped at its climax was my grief. Sangwoo got what he deserved at the end and I couldn't help but pity him, he cared a great deal for another person (Yoonbum) which is a fairly uncommon trait for a psychopath, it being evident in him getting angry for Yoonbum's sake, caring for him (even though he broke Yoonbum's legs) getting jealous on his behalf and calling his name out on his deathbed. yoonbum was pitieable from the start, him getting treated like garbage for the majority of his life, obtaining delusional attachments for those he barely knew but eventually getting loved for the first time albeit dysfunctional and it being taken away from him leaving a slot to be filled by mistreatment once more, evident when the taxi driver at the end that basically gives him the short end of the stick and the hospital clerk purposefully not directing him to sangwoo's room multiple times. the acquisition of mutual love after a past filled with nothing but trauma and it being stripped was what permeated me the most. more than the death, stalkings and oedipus complex portayed, but they were a really close second. I would in no cirumstance call this a beautiful love story, more like an ugly painting of solace that is somewhat pleasent viewed upside down.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Roshni Abraham

    The ride that this manhwa took me on was probably enough for a hundred other manhwas. My mind right now is honestly scattered in bits and pieces and I don't know where I should start retrieving them one by one. Killing Stalking is the definition of how a dark-themed psychological thriller comic SHOULD progress, because it does that in the most disturbingly bizzare way possible. There's no elegant way to say this. It's ugly. It's gross. It's a psychopathic fusion of Stockholm Syndrome and whatnot. B The ride that this manhwa took me on was probably enough for a hundred other manhwas. My mind right now is honestly scattered in bits and pieces and I don't know where I should start retrieving them one by one. Killing Stalking is the definition of how a dark-themed psychological thriller comic SHOULD progress, because it does that in the most disturbingly bizzare way possible. There's no elegant way to say this. It's ugly. It's gross. It's a psychopathic fusion of Stockholm Syndrome and whatnot. But that's what gives it a tad essence of reality. And along with how messed up it is, it meddles with your mind too by the end. I am not ashamed to say this: I loved every bit of this. It was disgustingly good and right up my alley. Also let's take some time to reflect on that stunning artwork that has only gotten better and better throughout the series. In all seriousness, I am actually very glad I decided to read this and so grateful that such a comic exists. Koogi painted a whole new side to manhwas and I cannot think of a better way she could have executed it. Although there could be arguments about some minor plot-holes in the story, one thing I know for certain is that Sangwoo and Bum are two characters that I am never going to forget

  22. 4 out of 5

    nic ♡

    4 // uh yep so this happened. um... i-i my emotions are just the epitome of mixed right now and i frankly don't know what to do with myself. i think the end was very well done and i think it took away some of the questionable romanticism of this very broken couple. this was by far the best volume, and i think the after effects will linger for a bit, however given the circumstances of the couple in question being batshite crazy i don't think it hurts as much as if it were one which was more healt 4 // uh yep so this happened. um... i-i my emotions are just the epitome of mixed right now and i frankly don't know what to do with myself. i think the end was very well done and i think it took away some of the questionable romanticism of this very broken couple. this was by far the best volume, and i think the after effects will linger for a bit, however given the circumstances of the couple in question being batshite crazy i don't think it hurts as much as if it were one which was more healthy. yeah, i am confused. overall, i don't even know if i could recommend this to others. it's really very messed up and the amount of triggers for every negative thing possible that i came across in this series would understandably turn many people away. if you want to read this i would advise you to please look for all the trigger warnings.

  23. 5 out of 5

    aria :)

    I finished this last night and I was sobbing until 3 a.m, I explained the story to a friend today in class and I started crying again. It had been years since I last cried over a fictional story and it felt nice. It was amazing how I hated Sangwoo with a deep passion in part 1 and now I sympatized with him. His story left me speechless and overall this was the best part out of the 4. The way everything started getting fucked up in the end and how we saw what Sangwoo was thinking had me suffering, I finished this last night and I was sobbing until 3 a.m, I explained the story to a friend today in class and I started crying again. It had been years since I last cried over a fictional story and it felt nice. It was amazing how I hated Sangwoo with a deep passion in part 1 and now I sympatized with him. His story left me speechless and overall this was the best part out of the 4. The way everything started getting fucked up in the end and how we saw what Sangwoo was thinking had me suffering, I'll never get over this :,)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Achillia ☽

    Reading the last chapter with the BGM provided was so satisfying and grueling at the same time! (view spoiler)[ When the Doctor gave Bum the ashes I felt goosebumps all over. I wanted them to meet one last time but Koogi ending it like this was perfect. Learning that Sangwoo was calling for Bum all the time was... Nah nah, my thoughts are all over the place, don't get me wrong I never shipped them, they both deserved what they got but heck that was a totally disturbing but gripping story. (hide Reading the last chapter with the BGM provided was so satisfying and grueling at the same time! (view spoiler)[ When the Doctor gave Bum the ashes I felt goosebumps all over. I wanted them to meet one last time but Koogi ending it like this was perfect. Learning that Sangwoo was calling for Bum all the time was... Nah nah, my thoughts are all over the place, don't get me wrong I never shipped them, they both deserved what they got but heck that was a totally disturbing but gripping story. (hide spoiler)]

  25. 5 out of 5

    Allan Wright

    Really liked this. It's more of a psychological horror. As a reader you can understand the characters. Like how they became that way and understand their actions, kind of sympathize with them while also wanting them to get the help they need. I really liked the author being able to write serious themes and not portray romantically. As the reader you know that this is suppose to be seen as abusive and toxic. Really liked this. It's more of a psychological horror. As a reader you can understand the characters. Like how they became that way and understand their actions, kind of sympathize with them while also wanting them to get the help they need. I really liked the author being able to write serious themes and not portray romantically. As the reader you know that this is suppose to be seen as abusive and toxic.

  26. 5 out of 5

    fruit

    holy shit, despite the last dozen chapters being confusing as hell, the ending ripped me apart and burnt me alive... despite forcing myself to not feel anything in order to get through a majority of this manhwa (eg. the overall gore and psychopathic stuff), i hate myself for getting attached to characters that are overall 'evil' in a sense... god that story itself was a whole ass rollercoaster ride going downhill. holy shit, despite the last dozen chapters being confusing as hell, the ending ripped me apart and burnt me alive... despite forcing myself to not feel anything in order to get through a majority of this manhwa (eg. the overall gore and psychopathic stuff), i hate myself for getting attached to characters that are overall 'evil' in a sense... god that story itself was a whole ass rollercoaster ride going downhill.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Milica

    Woww.... This was amazing, the story is so well written and the characters have such depth to them that they almost seamed real, I got the chills while reading. From a psychological point of view this was... Well interesting... Both Bum and Sangwoo had traumatic pasts that resulted in them having problems later in life and when they met and came together a whole rollercoaster of emotions, events and deaths happened... I have nothing but respect for the author.

  28. 5 out of 5

    h

    This series was quite the journey. Overall, I enjoyed the plot progression and character development. The series definitely had me emotionally invested; I read the last few episodes with my roommate and we were screaming at parts. I’m left with mixed feelings, though overall I did enjoy the series. Definitely would not recommend to those sensitive to gore, violence, abuse, and rape.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I stayed up until 3:00 a.m. finishing up this manhwa and could not sleep. I am so happy I gave this series a chance because it turned out to be amazing! I am not too pleased with the ending but I am content that they did not end up together because although I secretly hoped Sangwoo would change, it was clear things would not. 😔

  30. 4 out of 5

    Skrrt

    It's finally over... Such a page-turner. Kept me reading until the very end, but I think we can all agree that the ending was rushed. At least we know that both these motherf*ckers are safely trapped inside hell for now. It's finally over... Such a page-turner. Kept me reading until the very end, but I think we can all agree that the ending was rushed. At least we know that both these motherf*ckers are safely trapped inside hell for now.

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