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  1. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    Oh man shit is coming to a end The humans have decided to fucking destroy ALL the Parasyte, even go as far as use a serial killer to find and hunt them It s about to go downexcept our hero doesn t want to be a fucking hero Exceptit makes sense What I love with the series so far is the chances it takes It killed off main characters, leaving everyone in shambles Scared of these things Parasytes make a good case, and a nice twist with a certain someone, makes me gasp for a moment This Oh man shit is coming to a end The humans have decided to fucking destroy ALL the Parasyte, even go as far as use a serial killer to find and hunt them It s about to go downexcept our hero doesn t want to be a fucking hero Exceptit makes sense What I love with the series so far is the chances it takes It killed off main characters, leaving everyone in shambles Scared of these things Parasytes make a good case, and a nice twist with a certain someone, makes me gasp for a moment This is a wonderful series so far, and can t wait to see how it ends I m preparing myself to cryplease don t make me cry


  2. Nərmin Nərmin says:

    Somefights which were a bit boring But emotional aspect of the story, Shinichi father conversation and also detective investigating were interesting I think Tamiya is going to behuman maybe her baby makes her think about their existence in the universe


  3. Rick Brose Rick Brose says:

    I found it a little hard to believe some of the actions the military take in this volume There is a Q A at the end where the author talks about wanting to make it realistic I do not think that happened It pulled me from the story because it felt so unrealistic Maybe I am being too picky for a book dealing with alien like parasites that survive by eating humans I found it a little hard to believe some of the actions the military take in this volume There is a QA at the end where the author talks about wanting to make it realistic I do not think that happened It pulled me from the story because it felt so unrealistic Maybe I am being too picky for a book dealing with alien like parasites that survive by eating humans


  4. Arminzerella Arminzerella says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The body count is steadily climbing The humans have a plan to take out the parasite threat and they ve got the intel to lead them to their nemeses Spearheaded by Lieutenant Colonel Yamagishi, the plan involves laying siege to the government building in the center of town, pretending there s a gunman on the roof, and quietly evacuating the people within in small groups that can be surreptitiously scanned for parasites It s obvious almost immediately to the parasites, anyway what s going on The body count is steadily climbing The humans have a plan to take out the parasite threat and they ve got the intel to lead them to their nemeses Spearheaded by Lieutenant Colonel Yamagishi, the plan involves laying siege to the government building in the center of town, pretending there s a gunman on the roof, and quietly evacuating the people within in small groups that can be surreptitiously scanned for parasites It s obvious almost immediately to the parasites, anyway what s going on, but that doesn t stop the plan from being effective When the remaining parasites take refuge in the building, Yamagishi brings out his secret weapon a serial killer who can identify any non humans on sight Really They re going to trust a serial killer Someone who cares nothing for human life I guess it could have turned out worse It s a bit of a blood bath Despite Shinichi s warning about Goto the 5 in 1 parasite , the military is not prepared to deal with him Goto annihilates his adversaries and comes after Shinichi and Migi They only escape because there are too many other distractions Will Shinichi be able to outrun him again And for how long What can possibly kill this creature Humans and parasites have made no efforts to see eye to eye Each species has its own agenda and the ones who might have made some progress Tamura and Shinichi are dead or too preoccupied with survival to make any headway It will be interesting to see what, if anything, comes of this in the final volume Rather a lot of violence, some disturbing scenes with the serial killer, and sexual scenes shall we just say adult themes make this somewhatmature than the other volumes


  5. Luna Luna says:

    Series Rating 4 StarsFirstly a warning, Parasyte is horror not the fluffy kind.It s violent and the artwork backs this up.I personally prefer creepy over violent horror but Parasyte didn t bother me, because it s not just about gore and death there is plenty of plot Shin s parasite didn t succeed in taking him over, instead he s trapped in Shin s hand and the two of them develop and odd and sometimes rather amusing relationship Meanwhile, around them the bodies count is going up.There w Series Rating 4 StarsFirstly a warning, Parasyte is horror not the fluffy kind.It s violent and the artwork backs this up.I personally prefer creepy over violent horror but Parasyte didn t bother me, because it s not just about gore and death there is plenty of plot Shin s parasite didn t succeed in taking him over, instead he s trapped in Shin s hand and the two of them develop and odd and sometimes rather amusing relationship Meanwhile, around them the bodies count is going up.There were some parts of this story that have some serious emotional punch you ll know the ones I mean when you read Parasyte and I was impressed by how much the first few volumes in this series got to me Shin s character slowly begins to change as the story progresses, is it because of what s happening or because of the parasite Parasyte has an overall story arc of why they aliens have come, which brings up another set of questions for you to ponder As does the conclusion to the series


  6. Charles Dee Mitchell Charles Dee Mitchell says:

    Another volume, another blood bath This time it does not involve a high school Humans are onto the parasyte infiltration of municipal government, and they plan a raid to determine just who is infected For some reason they think it is a good idea to bring in a necrophiliac serial killer who with a talent for spotting aliens to help But you just can t trust those necrophiliac serial killers.We also learn that not all parasytes are created equal Some are tougher than others, especially those w Another volume, another blood bath This time it does not involve a high school Humans are onto the parasyte infiltration of municipal government, and they plan a raid to determine just who is infected For some reason they think it is a good idea to bring in a necrophiliac serial killer who with a talent for spotting aliens to help But you just can t trust those necrophiliac serial killers.We also learn that not all parasytes are created equal Some are tougher than others, especially those who look like a G.I Joe They can absorb bullets and spit them back at you.In the concluding portions of this volume, at last love comes to Shinichi And Migi, the parasyte inhabiting his right hand, has been sleepingthan usual but wakes up to work out a spectacular escape for the climax


  7. Jay Croker Jay Croker says:

    A great series that is at once both an easy read that remains absolutely gripping throughout, while still posing some extremely deep and existential questions about what it means to be both a human and a creature of Earth, as well as analysing the way that we look upon and treat other species, and the way that we ourselves may be looked upon, whether that be the fellow creatures of our planet that we have lived alongside for thousands of years, or potential alien species, such as in this case A great series that is at once both an easy read that remains absolutely gripping throughout, while still posing some extremely deep and existential questions about what it means to be both a human and a creature of Earth, as well as analysing the way that we look upon and treat other species, and the way that we ourselves may be looked upon, whether that be the fellow creatures of our planet that we have lived alongside for thousands of years, or potential alien species, such as in this case the invading parasites It also takes a look at societal constructs and human behaviours towards our fellow man, whether this be empathy or savagery, and Hitoshi Iwaaki presents a great variety of diverse and developing viewpoints throughout, the writing genuinely makes you stop and ponder these ideas at many moments across the series, while never presenting anything as strictly right or wrong This sense of ambiguity that is present throughout is especially true of the story s conclusion, which has left me in an extremely philosophical state for days afterwards of course this is especially aided by the current environment of self isolation in which almost everyone is at home with a lot of time to think , I m glad that Iwaaki remained consistent in his ability to let the reader think for themselves from start to finish, and this is one of the reasons Parasyte is such a successful piece of work.I would certainly recommend this series to most readers, especially anyone into manga of any kind, the concept is very interesting, and although there is a common us vs them good vs evil style conflict in this story between the parasites and humans, the ideas presented here go much, much deeper The relationship between the main protagonist, Shinichi, and the parasite, Migi who lives in his right hand due to a failure to take control of Shinichi s brain , and their ensuing struggles to understand each other, as well as their respective species , is really where the story shines Their relationship, obviously a very unique one, is developed extremely thoughtfully and believably throughout the narrative, and due to the nature of the relationship between them this almost forces the reader to confront the grey area that fills 99% of the landscape between good and evil or humans vs parasites , and to look at things from different perspectives Personally I find the grey area in pretty much any discussion to be the most interesting, because nothing in life is ever truly black and white, good or evil, right or wrong so when we force ourselves to delve into this grey area and take a look at other, possibly conflicting viewpoints, as Parasyte most certainly does, this helps not only to broaden our horizons, expand our thought processes and develop our opinions, but it can also help us to better understand ourselves as humans and as individuals, and anything that can achieve that is a success in my eyes


  8. Michael Sorbello Michael Sorbello says:

    This is a review of the entire series.Synopsis They arrive in silence and darkness They descend from the skies They have a hunger for human flesh They are everywhere They are parasites, alien creatures who must invade and take control of a human host to survive And once they have infected their victims, they can assume any deadly form they choose monsters with giant teeth, winged demons, creatures with blades for hands But most have chosen to conceal their lethal purpose behind ordinary This is a review of the entire series.Synopsis They arrive in silence and darkness They descend from the skies They have a hunger for human flesh They are everywhere They are parasites, alien creatures who must invade and take control of a human host to survive And once they have infected their victims, they can assume any deadly form they choose monsters with giant teeth, winged demons, creatures with blades for hands But most have chosen to conceal their lethal purpose behind ordinary human faces So no one knows their secret except an ordinary high school student Shin is battling for control of his own body against an alien parasite, but can he find a way to warn humanity of the horrors to come Review A very smoothly paced psychological thriller with creative action scenes, philosophical commentary and witty humor featuring body morphing parasites that use human body parts as hosts The protagonist goes through some extreme character development at a rapid pace without feeling rushed, forcing himself to adjust from a once familiar world that now feels hostile and alien because of the parasite that has infiltrated his body and marked him as a target for bloodthirsty predators both human and inhuman Faced with impossible odds and countless moral dilemmas, Shin and his parasite Migi have no choice but to band together for the sake of their mutual survival Seeing the extremes of every living creature and the cruelty that all species are capable of, you ll end the story with a few questions Who are the real monsters is just one of many.It channels vibes from 1980 s sci fi horror flicks like John Carpenter s The Thing and even some of Junji Ito s bizarre and morbidly funny body horror It s a great read for fans of retro horror that packs just the right amount of emotional and philosophical punches


  9. Donna Donna says:

    The police, secure that their new parasyte detector will help them, decide to clear a building of people and parasites and all does not go well.This volume was full of action including some new tricks by the parasytes The fact that the police use a human serial killer to figure out who has been infected is creepy the serial killer is such a monster that he can tell who is a killer Shinichi is mostly along for the ride in this volume but the next and last volume will have to change that The police, secure that their new parasyte detector will help them, decide to clear a building of people and parasites and all does not go well.This volume was full of action including some new tricks by the parasytes The fact that the police use a human serial killer to figure out who has been infected is creepy the serial killer is such a monster that he can tell who is a killer Shinichi is mostly along for the ride in this volume but the next and last volume will have to change that since the five in one parasyte is determined to kill him


  10. Leila Anani Leila Anani says:

    Things are moving towards a head in this penultimate volume which has a bloody showdown between the human soldiers and parasytes in an office block I love how many of the humans are seeminglymonstrous than the parasytes Goto seems totally unstoppable however so i really don t expect this to have a fluffy ending Shinichi finally gets the girl but is this the lull before the storm.Amazing freaky weird art lots of parasyte action in this volume Gripping story.Great stuff.


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Parasyte, Volume 7 ❮Epub❯ ➟ Parasyte, Volume 7 Author Hitoshi Iwaaki – Buyprobolan50.co.uk ENDGAMEShinichi is both man and monster He s an ordinary high school student whose body has been invaded by an alien parasite And he alone knows a terrible secret The aliens are plotting the destructi ENDGAMEShinichi is both man and monster He s an ordinary high school student whose body has been invaded by an alien parasite And he alone knows a terrible secret The aliens are plotting the destruction of humankind Now Shinichi is the target for both the Parasyte, Volume ePUB ´ government and the alien invaders in a hunt that will lead to a terrifying, bloody showdown.