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「喰種」の内臓を移植され、徐々に怪人へと近づいてゆくカネキ。葛藤の中、「あんていく」で働くことを決意したカネキの前に、“白鳩(ハト)”と呼ばれる「喰種捜査官」が現れる。天敵は貪欲に、狡猾に、「喰種」を追っていた──!...

Title : 東京喰種トーキョーグール 2 [Tokyo Guru 2]
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ISBN : 9784088792910
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 208 Pages
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東京喰種トーキョーグール 2 [Tokyo Guru 2] Reviews

  • Mario
    2019-05-06 13:05

    Since I've finish the second season of the anime yesterday (and what an ending that was!), I finally decided to continue reading the manga, 'cause there is no possible way I'll be able to wait a whole year for season 3.Just like the first volume, I really enjoyed this one. There was a lot of scenes here that weren't in the anime, so it was interesting and fun to read. Also it was interesting to find out more stuff about ghouls. The characters are amazing, and artwork is really good. Can't wait to continue on with the series.

  • Shannon
    2019-05-14 16:18

    Definitely better written and more developed than the first volume. I think the storyline involving Kaneki's relationship with both sides and showing that humans and ghouls have a shared interest in staying alive is such a strong point for this series. It's way more difficult to condemn something because it's acting according to its nature and not just killing for fun or sport. I'm really starting to like Touka too - and completely unrelated, she kind of reminds me of The Lost Girl from the Rot & Ruin series, especially when she threatens to kill somebody.Now I really don't regret giving this a second chance!

  • Romie
    2019-05-14 19:15

    I swear I want to put some sense into Ken. He seriously need to understand he's not only a human anymore. That'd do him some good.I love how we can see being a ghoul doesn't mean being entirely bad - though people think so. It's more black and white : some ghouls kill to feed, some don't; some ghouls like humans, some don't . . . they're not the same.Definitely interested to see what's gonna happen next with the inspectors!3.75

  • Giulia
    2019-05-23 16:09

    4.5 starsThis second volume was even better than the first, and that's saying something! The art is still more than amazing, and we're getting to know all the characters better. (Can I just say how much I love Touka? Yes, she may be bloodthirsty and vengeful, but that's what makes her so great, isn't it?)There was also some extra content that we didn't get to see in the anime, which made me really excited, and now we've also met my lovely Uta with his mildly terrifying eyes, and my n.1 nemesis, aka Mado-san. *cracks knuckles* On to the next one I go!

  • James DeSantis
    2019-05-02 21:26

    The death of the Ghouls starts something new. After the events of last volume Kankei is trying to figure out what to do. He learns to balance his life as a ghoul and pretend to be human he must master that. He also learns what the Ghouls in this section of the city do to protect themselves and not have the government hunt them. This volume really focuses on the bigger world building parts and giving some in-look on how it all works. There's also a major death that helps build up character in new ways and give them a reason to fear or love them. Good: The art is working out better now and the fights are looking cleaner. This volume also contains good plot advancements for the overall picture and really loving the investigation team Doves and how they work. A good villain to the ghouls. Also my girl is always kicking ass and has a great fight scene here. Bad: It's a slower building chapter with lots of parts so it feels like Kankei doesn't grow much. I know this happens later (Due to watching the anime) but I can see people getting frustrated with his views on the world. Overall another really great volume. My favorite part of Tokyo Ghoul has always been the world and it's interesting section break up and outlook on Ghouls and Humans and how different we are yet so alike. A 3.5 out of 5.

  • Aya Hamza
    2019-05-05 20:15

    This volume is amazing, and more tragic than the first one!My review for the whole manga is here.

  • Radwa
    2019-05-24 13:12

    This is getting better and better.I love the art style! some mangas have awesome storyline but an art style that's hard to get into, but this one is amazing.This volume goes deeper into the "Ghoul" community and their laws, and we begin to see how the "Ghoul Department" at the police are hunting them. The dilemma Kaneki lives, I've lived it with him, he doesn't know what to feel towards Ghouls. They eat humans, but they still have feelings and some of them have grown closer to him. I love to see the struggle he goes through coping with his situation, and the pace is well-done.

  • Aminova
    2019-05-19 16:23

    everything in this manga is just getting better and better !

  • Irmak
    2019-05-24 19:32

    3.5

  • Magdalen
    2019-05-22 13:05

    Sleep? Why sleep? If the fact that i have read 19 chapters at one sit doesn't prove how addictive this manga is I honestly don't know what will. Considering the fact that I haven't reached the part where i have no clue what the hell happens, I am still thrilled and excited!! Even if I am reading things I already know. Now as for the plot: Touka-chan you are a freaking Badass Queen. Kaneki got his mask (hell yes!) We didn't have Hide but we were introduced to Hinami..It is so fascinating ^_^

  • Kate (Van Rejects)
    2019-05-04 19:31

    This volume is just as good as the first one!So here we are introduced to this anti ghoul group called the CCG and they try and save humanity from the danger of ghouls. The old man is crazy but kinda funny because he is old and really seems to know his stuff! But I guess he's an investigator for a reason. But I think that it's interesting to have a group such as this because ghouls are an obvious threat to humanity because they eat humans. So I feel like the CCG is in charge of keeping murdering ghouls of the streets. Interesting...We also meet Uta the mask maker and he is a chill dude! For some reason ghouls have masked made to hide their face from the Doves (CCG). I'm not sure why exactly I guess it's because they would arrest you based on your identity? I'm not exactly sure how that works exactly but I will say this, Kaneki's mask is legit! And it's an interesting idea too. We'll see how it adds to the story. I really liked Hinami and her mom. I thought it was interesting to see a relationship between a mother ghoul and her daughter and it was heartbreaking when the investigator called it sickening and false. Ghouls have feelings too! But I feel like it's a huge debate that the people go through. Makes sense I guess but it's still sad. (view spoiler)[I was so sad that her mom died! She and her husband have interesting kagune but still. They didn't have to die. Poor Hinami. :'( (hide spoiler)]

  • Fatemeh
    2019-05-08 16:23

    زیر سوال بردن ارزش های اخلاقی مورد قبول اکثر آدم ها، هوم؟ عالی بود. غم انگیز و عمیق.چرا ما آدما حیوانات رو شکار و ازشون تغذیه می کنیم؟ چون در راس زنجیره غذایی قرار داریم. چون برای زنده موندن نیاز به تغذیه از بقیه موجودات زنده - اعم از گیاهان و حیوانات - داریم. همینم باعث زیاد شدنمون و چیره شدن به همه منابع کره زمین شده.حالا اگه موجوداتی وجود داشته باشن که برای زنده موندن نیاز به تغذیه از گوشت انسان ها داشته باشن... آیا کشتن انسان ها کار بدیه؟ اون موجودات باید به خاطر انسان ها از گرسنگی تلف بشن؟ نه. اونا هم حق زندگی دارن. میشه انسان ها و این موجودات در صلح زندگی کنن؟ احتمالا نه. چرا؟ چون هرقدر هم این موجودات تغذیه شونو کنترل کنن، زادولد و افزایش جمعیت غذای بیشتری می طلبه. آیا اونا حق دارن مارو برای رفع گرسنگی بکشن؟ آیا ما حق داریم برای دفاع از حیات گونه مون اونارو بکشیم؟...

  • L. McCoy
    2019-05-07 13:09

    This manga continues to be a weird one though this volume is not as good as the first.What’s it about?It’s pretty much just continuing the story of Tokyo Ghoul (too weird to try explaining).Pros:The story is still very strange and interesting. It’s also building up to become a much bigger story. There’s some stuff in this volume that I think will be very important for the series.The characters are mostly interesting. We get introduced to some new characters in this book, they have potential to be pretty cool.Just like in the first volume, there are some great and exciting action scenes though there could have been more.The art continues to be great!Cons:The horror in this volume is weak. There’s a few good scenes of weirdness and gore but it’s not even nearly as good as the horror in volume 1.Very slow start.Overall:Still a good volume, I will continue reading this series. I like volume 1 more but this certainly ain’t bad!4/5

  • Nasser Salah
    2019-04-30 20:17

    well. keneki is doing his best to fit this new lifestyle, but one thing he realized. only strong can survive this world. humans killing ghouls, ghouls killing ghouls. so he starts training himself to fit to this world, even though he's stll a wimp. last volume, ghouls were hunting humans, but this volume humans hunting the ghouls. i feel sorry for that child that lost her beloved mother. but no need to feel sorry for her. they do the same even worst eats human flesh are you kidding me.. and i know there's some ghouls that eats the dead. but think of this. what if they didn't find those corpses sure they would start hunting the humans. this volume was phenomenal.. i can't wait to start the second volume.

  • Jamie
    2019-05-05 19:04

    **Review in Progress**Kaneki is slowly coming to terms with his new existence. as long as he doesn't have to eat that is. Lucky for him there are a few supplements that curb his new appetite. He has to learn to hide his nature and blend in with humans. While some parts are not a problem, others are. Touka is still a bit of a mysterious character but I like her. She is strong with a chip on her shoulder but we get a bit of a glimpse as to why in this volume.We get to learn a lot about the world of ghouls in this one. From district divisions to mask use. The most important aspect is the "doves." Detectives who are ghoul hunters. These guys are creepy! Not all ghouls are bad and not all humans are good. This volume does a great job showing is the gray of it all.

  • Ella
    2019-05-25 13:23

    This volume is about a 3.6. The story just gets phenomenal as it goes on.

  • Dani (Pen to Paper)
    2019-04-29 21:32

    Great second volume to this series! Loved getting to know the Ghouls and their world a little better. I can't wait to see what happens in the next volume!

  • ✿ cassandra ✿
    2019-05-16 21:20

    This volume was even better than the first one. I really enjoyed it.

  • MadameMelli
    2019-05-15 16:21

    Auch den zweiten Band fand ich ziemlich gut! Man erfährt mehr über die Hintergründe und sieht, wie sehr Ken darum kämpft, seinen Platz zu finden.

  • Yousra & Books
    2019-05-07 20:15

    Une petite relecture s'est imposé dernièrement. Je suis dans mon "Tokyo Ghoul" mood :)

  • Vishakha
    2019-05-10 14:08

    3.5!The second volume mainly deals with the "Mother & Daughter" Ghoul hunted by the Ghoul Investigators Mado and Amon.Amon and Mado are the most cliche police duo ever. One is an epitome of justice and ruthlessness (Amon). You know, the kind that keeps a passive face, very diligent with their work, might give your ovaries a run for, that type. Other is a mad scientist type, almost insane, who revels in the act of killing of ghouls (Mado). I was rolling my eyes most of time during Mado's pannel. Even so, I liked the arc. Some of the scenes gave me goosebumps.Meanwhile Kaneki, is learning to eat meat in the most humane way possible. He meets new people. Among those people is this guy:*prepare for some fangirl ranting*Uta is literally the best thing that happened to me in this manga! >///< I don't even know why I like him so much! And I am such a female chauvinist, I usually end up liking all the girl characters, but I have never been able to resist this guy! So yes, I am a 22 and a half year old IT professional, crushing on a fictional manga character. That says a little about me. (._.)In my free time, I look for good fan-art featuring him. He is also my phone wallpaper, right now. He is lucky he is not real otherwise I would have stalked him to death. :3

  • Mal
    2019-05-19 15:23

    Kaneki Ken is the king of the did nothing wrong squad, I swear. Poor guy. On the upside, there's Uta (whose perfect) and Yomo (whose also perfect) so I guess I can live for a little while longer. And we meet the doves in this volume, and the doves are pretty rad; I mean, Mado is fucking crazy but he's still one of my favorite characters. One of ... *is waiting for trashiyama*

  • Yvensong
    2019-04-30 21:18

    This volume was so much stronger than the first! The world-building takes a huge step forward. We learn about the world of ghouls and how they've maintained their existence in a world of humans that either detest them and/or are afraid of them. We are put in touch with the society that hunts and kills ghouls, rather indiscriminately, and through them, gain some empathy for some of the ghouls. Our MC, Kaneki, teeters between the human and ghoul worlds, and must discover ways to safely exist among humans, as he continues his fight against his monster side. The characters are interesting, and are really starting to take form in this second volume. I'm hoping that many of the secondary characters continue to be developed as the series goes on.The artwork is very nicely done. Many thanks to Ladiibbug for lending Volumes 1 and 2 to me!!

  • Nərmin
    2019-05-10 18:08

    Kaneki-kun is really a nice guy; calm, polite, bookish, clever, thoughtful, reliable, caring...Everything I like)Touka is somewhat irritating, however she is also clever and caring towards people she loves.And oh, Uta is an interesting character!I hated Mado. Killing ghouls is his priority I know, but he is so insensitive and cruel towards them. And artwork is not as bad as in the first one) I liked Kaneki's inner monologues,too. Something I didn't see in the anime.Finally, we come to see Kaneki's mask!

  • Courtney P.
    2019-05-11 15:18

    It gets better each volume! I can't wait to find out what happens next!

  • Julia
    2019-05-21 15:13

    3.75-4 stars

  • Amber Hetchler (アンバーちゃん)
    2019-04-29 17:11

    It's getting better. I kind of like it actually. A lot.

  • Audrey
    2019-05-26 15:30

    Tokyo Ghoul 2, in which the sequel lives up to my expectations following the premiere of the series...I really enjoyed this one (maybe more than the first?) The masks are all so cool and creepy and I’m living for it!! Uta is my emo dream boy and I am in love; Touka is mysterious and badass, I wanna know more about her; the Fuegichis part in this is sad and pretty intense; and Kaneki is so interesting and a great main character. I’m really getting into this series!

  • Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)
    2019-05-20 18:08

    3.5 - 3.75 starsThe story is finally starting to pick up some momentum for me. The world building is starting to get more complex, and Kaneki has more to worry about than how he's going to keep himself fed. The Ghoul Investigators are descending on the 20th Ward, searching for ghouls trying to blend into human society. When Kaneki witnesses the brutal murder of a customer by the ghoul police, he is distraught over his sense of helplessness. After Touka takes matters into her own hands, and fails, Kaneki asks her to show him how to use his kagune, or weapon. While he still refuses to kill humans, at least he'll be able to defend himself or his friends if they are attacked.The investigators are a shady bunch, and Mado is one creepy dude. It will be interesting to see how Kaneki and Touka keep from meeting an unpleasant end from them, because they are as ruthless as the ghouls. The series is starting to click for me as Kaneki struggles to fit into both human and ghoul society. He is so passive that I didn't find him a compelling character at first, but now that he is determined to not be a doormat, I am hoping that he blossoms into a stronger individual. I don't have prior knowledge of this series, so I'm looking forward to seeing how it progresses.I am not overly wild about the art, maybe because so many of the characters are so unpleasant to look at. It does have a dark vibe that is perfect for the story, but it isn't a favorite of mine.

  • Derek Royal
    2019-04-28 17:34

    I like this second volume of the series, although it didn't have the impact as the first one did. I guess this was because, by this point, I'm settled into the story and the situation is not entirely new. Nonetheless, Ishida does a fine job of developing this fantastical premise.