The Kurosagi gang encounters more bizarre horror as weird folktales of Japan reemerge with new faces in the modern day! The Corpse Delivery Service finds they're being beaten to their clients by a bike-riding pilgrim with electrical means to reanimate the dead...a virtual gaming world may have some players online but no longer alive...a child convincted of murdering her family is paroled under a new identity to the very school where the crew has gotten part-time jobs. Plus five other strange stories!
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Eiji Ōtsuka is a social critic, anthropologist and novelist. He is currently a professor at International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto. He graduated from college with a degree in anthropology, women's folklore, human sacrifice and post-war manga. In addition to his work with manga he is a critic, essayist, and author of several successful non-fiction books on Japanese popular and otaku sub-cultures. He writes the Multiple Personality Detective Psycho and The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service manga series. One of his first animation script works was Mahō no Rouge Lipstick, an adult lolicon OVA. Ōtsuka was the editor for the bishōjo lolicon manga series Petit Apple Pie. The author lives in Kyoto, Japan.Review:
"Pick of the Week... The tales of five Buddhist university students who help free souls trapped in their corpses are, at turns, disturbing, touching and funny." -Kevin Melrose, Blog@Newsarama
"It actually reminds me a lot of Mike Allred's work...it's an attractive book, and the stories are just beginning to really showcase Yamazaki's abilities as an artist." -Greg McElhatton, Read About Comics
"One of the ongoing series I most look forward to, in all its goofy, gruesome glory." -Shaenon Garrity, Anime News Network
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