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Junji Ito could just draw nothing but shoestrings for four hundred pages and find a way to make something brilliant and disturbing out of it, somehow. This compilation includes Ito's adaptation of Frankenstein, as well as a handful of his signature short stories. I'm not honestly sure if it's that faithful of an adaptation as I've never read the ori. I'm not honestly sure if it's that faithful of an adaptation as I've never read the original. Shameful, I know, but Ito's reimagining is grotesque and beautiful nonetheless. You may not be able to substitute it for your English Lit. A slightly more in-depth review to come later, but just read it. Also, side note, I hated Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and I've never cared for the story or the monster so take that as you will. The second half mostly featured an alternate universe and the same kid and his friends and his empty house and honestly I didn't care much about any of them. I liked the more randomly selected collection of stories in Shiver. I liked the more randomly selected collection of stories in Shiver: Selected Stories than I did this book. This collects Ito's adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a cycle of short stories about a school boy Oshikiri who keeps getting into various creepy situations, and a bunch of one-offs, including a couple about Ito's actual dog. The titular Frankenstein story is the longest of the collected here, and it's just okay. Mary Shelley's original story is almost 200 years old and it doesn't hold up to the modern standards of storytelling as much as people might expect. It takes forever to get going, it's not particularly scary or gripping and it doesn't really have any message about the nature of humanity or anything like that. The only redeeming feature of this segment of the book is Ito's fantastic artwork, particularly the incredibly unsettling design of the monster itself. Every time this guy shows up on the page, the story livens up. Ito may not be the best horror storyteller, but he is definitely a brilliant horror artist. The second half of the book is mostly taken up by the loosely connected stories of Oshikiri, a thoroughly unpleasant school student who constantly keeps getting tangled up in some awful situations.

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