Doubt (horror manga) - Wikipedia
Judge (TONOGAI Yoshiki) (Sequel) c (end) by SnoopyCool over 9 years ago . As a story with internal logic(the ending is laughable) it is worse. The art is . Before making his manga debut with Doubt, Yoshiki Tonogai was an series Doubt with another survival horror title called Judge, and has out what's going on in time to avoid ending up as the wolf's dinner? As he juggles the duties of being Kuro's partner and this newfound relationship to Shinobu. a recommendation for you: Doubt, Judge, and Secret by Yoshiki Tonogai. Not only is it the exact same premise, but both stories end with that.
If they guess right, then the wolf dies and they go on their merry way. In true Jigsaw fashion, some twisted asshole among them decides to make it real based on an unknown personal grudge and the games begin and yes, they are watching it all play out.
What makes Doubt great is that it never really gives you the perspectives of anyone other than the main character.
Space being the most important thing here so you understand the situation and the location that everyone is being forced to play in. One thing that carries through both Doubt and Judge is the use of a mascot-styled animal head that is placed on the characters at the beginning to signal both the transition from the narrative for setup and the start of the real story where the game begins.
Judge follows several characters again, but this one is a different game spread across six smaller volumes. Just like before, people are capture and forced to endure a terrible Saw-esque game, but this one has some specific rules.
Every so many hours, the group has to gather in a courtroom and select one among them to die. This vote will actually have the person voted for mysteriously killed, and then after so many deaths they can move on to the next room and eventually toward escape. It becomes a crazy game of learning about the other characters and trying to figure out who is lying and if they deserve to die.
This one also got a live action adaptation. Secret came along recently and changed it up a bit. Her barcode is on her right leg. She is endowed with a great sense of justice and order, and despite being unfamiliar with the Rabbit Doubt game, she also finds herself trapped in the psychiatric hospital where the events of the story take place.
Her barcode is on her neck. One chapter was also serialized in the magazine in May to commemorate the release of a drama CD adaptation, which was released May 27, The first volume was released on December 22, The second volume was released on May 22, and the third was published on October 22, The fourth and final volume was released on May 22, A live-action film adaptation of Judge was released on November 8, After Hiro shifts an appointment Hikari had with Atsuya, he finds out his brother was hit by a truck and died, leaving him consumed by remorse during the two years following this tragedy.
At the end of these two years, he wakes up one day handcuffed in a dark building, wearing a heavy rabbit mask. After a few steps, he enters a courtroom where seven other teenagers, also dressed in animal masks, await him, as well as a young boy who has died. Each animal mask represents one of the seven deadly sins: A video tells them through a stuffed toy the rules of the game in which they are forced to participate: He was in love with his childhood friend Hikari, who was dating his older brother Atsuya.
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He decides one day, nevertheless, to confess his feelings, by shifting an appointment that she had with Atsuya, but this initiative indirectly caused the death of the latter, hit by a truck. Two years later, Hiro finds himself in a dark place, handcuffed and wearing a rabbit mask, symbol of the sin of envy, for provoking the death of his brother, before meeting eight other teenagers in a courtroom, one of whom died before his arrival. The end of the manga reveals that Hiro was the mastermind of the game alongside Hikari, with both aiming to make the judge and jury members who acquitted the drunken truck driver who ran over his brother watch their family members die before being killed themselves.
However, Hiro is poisoned himself by Hikari, who found out that he was the one who shifted Atsuya's appointment with her.
He claims to be homosexual, which constitutes his sin, judged of lust. He found himself wearing a cat mask, like Asami. The third victim of the game, killing himself with a poisoned needle.Doubt by Yoshiki Tonogai - Vol.1 - Manga Review
Everything suggests that she is the only one who has committed no sin, and that she is only a victim of the game. It turns out that, despite being a member of the jury that acquitted the truck driver, Rina's mother rejected the bribery attempt, and both mother and daughter managed to survive the game. He seems to have a fairly violent past, apparently having killed his own mother because she criticized the way he lived.
The second victim, killed with a poisoned needle. He claims to have no real purpose in life, and was found wearing the mask of the horse, having sinned in wrath. His crime is unknown, but his reality is unquestionable given his aggressive and provocative personality. The fourth victim of the game, stabbed with a pair of scissors by Hiro when both received an equal number of votes and had to fight until one of them died. He seems silent and contemptuous, and says he is ready to do anything to get out of the game and take revenge on his father, Kazunori.
He is calm and manipulative. His sin is pride, represented by his lion mask, referring to his status as a student of law and also to his haughty and manipulative character.
Killed by his own father, Kazuyuki Takizawa the judge of the drunk driver's trial, who never assumed Hayato's paternity with a cross-bow arrow shot through his heart, after he tried to betray and kill his very own father Kazuyuki then falls from the stairs and dies shortly afterwards. She displays a sexual behavior, trying to seduce Hiro to make him follow her votes. Found herself wearing a cat mask, representing the sin of lust.
The fifth victim of the game, repeatedly stabbed in the neck with glass shards by Miku when both received an equal number of votes and had to fight until one of them died. Her sin, gluttony represented by her pig maskis derived from her past as an obese teenager before becoming thin with an operation paid by the bribe her grandfather accepted to acquit the drunk driver who killed Atsuya.
After seeing her grandfather in another game, she vowed to somehow save him. Killed by Hayato's father with a cross-bow arrow shot through her forehead. Kazu was following orders from his captives who threatened to kill his mother via cellphone contact. His sin is gluttony. He had an affair with another woman and she gave birth to Hayato. Trying to sweep this secret under the rug, he paid the family off to silence them.
Later, Hayato's mother dies and Hayato grows to resent his father. Kazuyuki kill's Miku's grandfather when he could not stand the old man's whining to see his granddaughter. With only four people making it out of this game alive including the captured loved oneshe continues his killing spree by killing Miku and later Hayato after he has been betrayed. In a ruse to get back at Kazuyuki, Hayato had begun already planned to expose his father, a lawful judge, of his misdoings i.
Hiro and Hikari plan to use the information found in Hayato's home to frame Kazuyuki and get away with the game. Later, Kazuyaki falls and is hung with a pipe and chain. She had gotten advice to ask out the person she loves and asks out Hiro's brother, Atsuya, without knowing Hiro has deep feelings for her. Hiro devises a plan to tell his brother that Hikari had changed plans to meet up one hour later than the original time, in hopes to swoop in and show up himself, and Atsuya tells his boss about this change.
Later, Hikari gets a message saying Atsuya had been hit by a drunk driver and tells Hiro, who feels guilty about what he has done. During the events of the game, Hiro and Hikari had been planning to exact revenge on the judges, jury and their loved ones who had been paid off to say the driver was innocent when proof showed the driver was not.
With the loved ones playing the game, the judges and jury watch. Kazuyuki was the only one to figure out their plans, but it was too late. He had already been captured, killed and framed for the game.
When exiting the building, Hikari had previously handed Hiro water which was laced with poison. As Hiro is dying, Hikari towers over him and tells him he is guilty for his actions.
She found out Hiro's ruse after she asked Atsuya's boss why Atsuya was late. Like its predecessors, it has been published in English as well by Yen Press. Plot and characters[ edit ] After months of therapy to help them cope with a bus accident that killed all of their classmates, the six high-school students who survived the accident are told by their counselor that three of them are murderers, and that he will turn the evidence to the police if they do not confess in a week.
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All of them suddenly find themselves engaged in a race against time to prove their innocence, but it is not so easy to trust others when everyone has something to hide. He tries several times to find the criminals, but comes to the conclusion that he is one too, since he believes himself to have caused the death of one of his classmates by removing the bar that had pierced her back after the accident, at her request.
Even if he did not remove the bar, the bus explosion would have killed her and burned her alive. It is revealed he had killed his mother due to complications from his birth leading to his father becoming an alcoholic.
She is manipulated by Mitomo, who tells her that Sanada and Amano are the culprits of the accident. This leads her to capturing them both and burning Amano's house down, unaware that they survived. After watching the news, a reporter reveals the sleeping pills from Amano Hospital were stolen by a nurse.
After discovering she has been tricked, she attacks Mitomo with a knife after he had been contained. It is not revealed whether he died or not, but it is implied Mitomo turned her into the third murderer by unknowingly using himself as the victim. Because of this, he is seen as a suspect by his comrades.
Under Mitomo's manipulation, he gets seriously injured by Konno, but survives with Sanada's help and hiding in a storage space. It is revealed he is stressed due to his parents pressuring him to succeed like his older brother.