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Remina (Junji Ito) (original 2005; udgave 2020)

af Junji Ito (Forfatter)

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Titel:Remina (Junji Ito)
Forfattere:Junji Ito (Forfatter)
Info:VIZ Media LLC (2020), 256 pages
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Remina af Junji Ito (2005)

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Remina. A living and terrifying planet devouring all of space and whatever else it comes into contact with its big insect like tongue and big piercing eyes. Junji Ito can truly make anything creepy and disgusting while also being very compelling to read. He truly has a gift.

Remind me to never wish to have any planet, star, or whatever named after me. You will be hunted down and sacrificed on a cross. Naturally.

This wasn't my favourite of Mr. Ito's work, but it was a creative enough take on a space opera invasion story with the disturbing Junji Ito flair just to leave you a little unsettled at the end of it all.

I grew a little tired of the plot of the people chasing after the human Remina for the entirety of story but given this was a shorter story I suppose that was all the plot allowed.

Overall it was a fun read, but I wouldn't recommend this one over his other work first if asked. The art was stunning as always, but I found the plot to not be as strong and a bit repetitive at times. ( )
  taleszofwonder | Mar 25, 2021 |
Series Info/Source: This is a stand alone graphic novel. I got this as a Christmas gift.

Story (3/5): Dr. Oguro discovers an previously unknown planet that emerges from a wormhole and names it Remina after his daughter. This discovery launches both Dr. Oguro and his daughter into fame. That is until the planet Remina starts to devour everything and head straight towards Earth...and Remina (the daughter) is blamed. This was an okay story, there just isn’t much to it and it was pretty light from a psychological terror viewpoint...it just wasn’t that scary.

Characters (3/5): The characters are fine but we don’t spend much time with any of them. Remina (the daughter) comes off as fairly shallow and naive. Almost everyone else dies before we get any page space with them.

Setting (3/5): The landscape on planet Remina is interesting but we get very little time on it and very little explanation. Most of the story takes place on a Earth plagued by fear and riots (oh, wait does this take place in 2020?). It’s fine but nothing special.

Writing/Drawing Style (3/5): I continue to really love Ito’s illustration style, he does an amazing job putting in lots of horrifying detail. The story this time around was fairly simple and a bit lackluster, I definitely didn’t enjoy it as much as Uzumaki or as much as Tomie. This story didn’t have as much irony and mind-bending craziness as some of his other books.

My Summary (3/5): Overall I didn’t hate this but I was also somewhat disappointed. This is okay but I just expected more. The drawing is still really well done with lots of detail but the story was very lackluster and this wasn’t nearly as mind bending as Uzumaki was. ( )
  krau0098 | Jan 18, 2021 |
I suppose there is a case to be made for Remina being so bad it's good, but I'm not going to be the one to make it. This is a horrible B-movie in manga form as a rogue planet from deep space called Remina heads toward Earth, destroying all other planets in its path. Meanwhile, in Japan, with apocalypse looming, the crazed populace decides the blame lies with the young girl, Remina Oguro, for whom the planet was named by her scientist father.

The twists are predictable, the science is laughable, and the ending is just stupid beyond belief.

The imagery is eerie and unsettling, as one would expect from Junji Ito, but the dialogue and characters are stiff and wooden. And despite the book and planet being named for her, Remina is an empty sexist trope of a victim, existing only to be idolized, pursued, or literally carried like baggage by the men in her life. Sad and disgusting. ( )
  villemezbrown | Dec 22, 2020 |
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2020 English edition does not include bonus story, "Army of One" which appeared in previous editions of the same work under the title Hellstar Remina. Contains only Remina chapters 1-6.
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