Starving Anonymous Horror Manga Ends
posted on 2018-11-05 15:10 EST by Jennifer Sherman
Kodansha's e Young Magazine digital magazine published the 70th and final chapter of Yuu Kuraishi, Kengo Mizutani, and Kazu Inabe's Shokuryō Jinrui: Starving Anonymous (Starving Anonymous) manga on Monday.
It's a day like any other, and high school students I'e and Kazu are on the bus home from school when, suddenly, it floods with a mysterious gas. The pair pass out and wake up to find themselves aboard a truck packed full of human bodies. They're surrounded by rows of frozen corpses … and a staff of living human beings sawing them into pieces. Where are they … and how can they escape from this nightmare?
Kuraishi (Fort of Apocalypse, My Wife is Wagatsuma-san) writes the story based on Mizutani's original plan, and Inabe (Fort of Apocalypse) provides the art. The manga launched in Kodansha's e Young Magazine digital magazine in 2016, and Kodansha published the sixth compiled volume on September 20.