$16.95 on sale on Amazon(in the US at least)
Kuch different hi hai (manga hai)
To clarify it wasn't a trailer for the manga, it was a trailer for the tv series using some of the more eye-catchey / mentally-scarring imagery.
There's always... the high seas at your own risk, but I would not recommend that.
Amazon has it for prime right now 17 usd and delivery tomorrow (at least for where I live) if you wanted to check it out https://www.amazon.com/Uzumaki-3-1-Deluxe-vols/dp/1421561328
That plus you should definitely read the real thing rather than reading scans online for your first manga experience. One of the unique things about reading as a medium versus television/movies is that rather than forcing a jump scare on you with a continuous shot to shot scene, is that it's up to you turn the page...
Yo tengo esta version, de hecho es el único manga que tengo hasta ahora, lo recomiendo 100% en mi caso lo compre por algunos paneles iconicos ademas siempre me ha gustado la espiral por distintas razones. Lo que hice yo fue leerlo online y luego decidí comprarlo, yo creo que es lo mejor.
Pd: Hay un manga de terror psicológico que esta pegando ahora se llama Chi no Wadachi, también lo recomiendo es muy bueno.
I'd definitely recommend this one. I have it, and it's incredibly high quality for the price.
This includes the entirety of Uzumaki, along with a bonus chapter not included in the main story, all in a single book. The book binding is super high quality and nice, with a white spine (side of the book with the title). It's all presented in an extremely high quality fashion, and even matches two other Junji Ito releases (Gyo and Tomie), for a nice, stylized collection if you want one.
The paper quality is really nice, and is personally some of the best I've seen from a physical manga release (although I don't have many).
My only two issues would be that the binding for the spine sort of detached a bit for my copy. It's nothing too bad, but is slightly noticeable when you look. Also, the spine has a rather disturbing (albeit tame compared to some of what's in Uzumaki) illustration, slightly visible. So, while it is super nice looking, it could be a bit off-putting to anyone visiting if on display. Only if they take a close look, though.
But for a nice, spooky read, and an aesthetically pleasing spine (albeit a little off for my tastes), I cannot recommend a better way to read Uzumaki!
Hope this helps! :)
Hey OP, idk if it suits you, but i recommend strategy rpgs. Like Final Fantasy tactics and etc. They really help to wrack your brain around and come up with fun solutions.
For my "hard core" types of games I recommend Agarest of War series or Tears to Tiara 2. Those games will suck you in with all the strategy and unit use.
As for reading, if you like Horror, I recommend Junji Ito. I bought Uzumaki after reading it online twice already.
Uzumaki is $20 on Amazon right now.
The 3-in-1 deluxe edition is a great deal on Amazon right now!
It is not for the faint of heart. So good, though.
They're all available on Amazon if you're just looking for an outlet. (Uzumaki, Tomie, Shiver, Frankenstein, Fragments, Gyo, and Smashed) I also know you can get them at places like Barnes and Noble.
Here is the amazon link
Junji Ito's works are great... https://www.amazon.com/Uzumaki-3-1-Deluxe-vols/dp/1421561328/ref=sr_1_2?crid=2MUOIDSI9PEPT&dchild=1&keywords=junji+ito&qid=1595258815&sprefix=junji+i%2Caps%2C169&sr=8-2
Nah it’s based on a manga by Junji Ito
I have a collection and the nice hardback Uzumaki with the full color inside cover art is 17 bucks on Amazon rn.
Uzumaki by Junji Ito is a must read. And is available as a 3in1 volume.
multi-volume ones are very expensive, single volumes are still reasonable but definitely priced pretty high. not really accessible to the average indian consumer.
see here, here, and here for reference. and these are discounted prices.
I bought myself the latest book for the artist Junji Ito. His stuff is really creepy and kind of unusual and he is on trend right now (he has stuff in hot topic.) I am waiting for my copy to arrive in the mail, but you might like Tomie or Uzamaki. https://www.amazon.com/dp/1421561328/?coliid=I2ORG4MN67SPYH&colid=CNIHUF5H8XAU&psc=1
Another great book that I think you might enjoy is called the Machine of Death. It is short stories centered around a machine that predicts your own death. I loved it enough to buy a copy, which is something I rarely do since I just don't have a lot of space. https://www.amazon.com/Machine-Death-Collection-Stories-People/dp/0982167121/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=machine+of+death&qid=1608518185&sr=8-1
Here is my list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/CNIHUF5H8XAU/ref=nav_wishlist_lists_2?_encoding=UTF8&type=wishlist
It's been infected by the spiral
Uzumaki is really good.
I say just order the book. It’s only $20 on Amazon.
I got this version of Uzumaki. Is there any difference to this version?
As a hardcore Uzumaki/Tomie fan, Im more than curious. Thanks!
For more fun ideas with spirals:
Sweet, thanks for the tip. I found it on Amazon all 3 volumes for like $15. The art looks great too.
Viz media has brought over Junjis bigger works, Uzamaki, Gyo and Tomie :)
The whole entire thing is on sale on Amazon for a nice $15. Its in a nice Hardcover too.
This is my five year olds favorite bedtime story
If you're into horror, Junji Ito's Uzumaki and Gyo are really nice, also his recent Fragments of Horror looks nice but if you're in the UK (like myself, which is why this is particularly annoying) it is not out yet.
Maybe a longer series? Monster perfect edition is real nice (5/9 out so far).
No problem! It's rare I get to recommend books and such like this.
This is a 3 in 1 collection of my favorite horror manga (and possibly one of my favorite horror stories in general), Uzumaki. It's a story about a curse on a town, causing spirals (the spiral shape is called an uzumaki) to appear everywhere, and slowly everything falls apart. Really a great read, it stuck with me after finishing it.
This may be my favorite j-horror anthology in my collection. It's cheap, but it's also better than many others out there. Each story is between 5 and 20 minutes long, with a total of 60 stories. While some of the stories are better than others, there really aren't any that are bad, like in some anthology collections. Easily worth the price.
I hope you enjoy them!
Junji Ito - Uzimaki - is a great horror-manga where everything warps into spirals.https://www.amazon.com/Uzumaki-3-1-Deluxe-vols/dp/1421561328