Before making his manga debut with Doubt, Yoshiki Tonogai was an assistant to Soul Eater creator Atsushi Ohkubo. Tonogai followed up his hit horror series Doubt with another survival horror title called JUDGE, and has also contributed to the Higurashi When They Cry series.
Doubt, Vol. 2by Yoshiki Tonogai
Within an abandoned old building, the popular mobile-phone game Rabbit Doubt-in which players must try to discover the wolf in rabbit's clothing or pay the bloody price-has become a grotesque reality for a group of online friends. As the bones pile up, the survivors begin to question one another, and the seeds of suspicion take root. Who to trust? Who to doubt?
Within an abandoned old building, the popular mobile-phone game Rabbit Doubt-in which players must try to discover the wolf in rabbit's clothing or pay the bloody price-has become a grotesque reality for a group of online friends. As the bones pile up, the survivors begin to question one another, and the seeds of suspicion take root. Who to trust? Who to doubt? With the wolf on the prowl, culling the herd, will any of the unfortunate souls caught up in this twisted game of murder be there to beat witness when the mastermind is finally unmasked?
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As I said for the last one...uh ones, the colored pages are drawn well and catches your eye. I should of known this was two volumes in one like the last one. The size should of been a giveaway. Huh, wasn't sure who I thought the Wolf was. Well kind of but still this one did have interesting twists and turns and as another reviewer mentioned, it does remind you of the Saw movies. The art was better than ever in this one. And creepy, oh so creepy. I like it. It does make wonder why this hasn't been turned into an anime, the atmosphere is perfect for it you know. Anyway, that ending, yeah this series is weird, confusing at times but creepy and good pacing that keeps you guessing for the most part. I wonder how the sequel will be. Also it will make you not look at a bunny the same way again, what with the creepy red eyes.
When I picked up the first volume, I couldn't put it down. I really enjoyed the artwork and characters and overall feel of the story. Once I got into the second volume, I did enjoy the extreme twists and non-stop action, however, the ending left me feeling indifferent. I predicted who the "Wolf" would be before I was even two pages into the first volume. As I was finishing the second volume I thought my prediction was proven wrong and then yet another extreme twist and turns out I was right all along so the suspense was not there for me once it was all brought to light. The story is good though. I can't compliment the art style enough. The amount of emotion you experience from each character is incredible. I felt like, in some parts, that I was panicking along with them. The ending, in my opinion, was very dry, predictable, and a little far fetched. I give it three stars. It wasn't the best, but it wasn't horrible either. It's good for killing time.
I really liked how it spins of of the forst volume.