Aku no Hana (Flowers of Evil) (2009) – Manga Review



👍🏻Seatactics reviews Shuuzou Oshimi’s Aku no Hana (Flowers of Evil). If you enjoyed this review of Aku no Hana, then please give it a like. Also Subscribe to never miss a Manga Review from me.

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10 – Masterpiece
9 – Great
8 – Very Good
7 – Good
6 – Above Average
5 – Average
4 – Bad
3 – Very Bad
2 – Horrible
1 – Appalling

Kasuga Takao is a boy who loves reading books, particularly Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal. A girl at his school, Saeki Nanako, is his muse and his Venus, and he admires her from a distance. One day, he forgets his copy of Les Fleurs du Mal in the classroom and runs back alone to pick it up. In the classroom, he finds not only his book, but Saeki’s gym uniform. On a mad impulse, he steals it.

Now everyone knows “some pervert” stole Saeki’s uniform, and Kasuga is dying with shame and guilt. Furthermore, the weird, creepy, and friendless girl of the class, Nakamura, saw him take the uniform. Instead of revealing it was him, she recognizes his kindred deviant spirit and uses her knowledge to take control of his life. Will it be possible for Kasuga to get closer to Saeki, despite Nakamura’s meddling and his dark secret? What exactly does Nakamura intend to do with him?

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2 thoughts on “Aku no Hana (Flowers of Evil) (2009) – Manga Review”

  1. I watched the anime and read the entire manga in the same day. This series is on a whole different level of psychological. The anime was what I dove into first and even though the rotoscoping animation style was a bit off putting at first, I completely agree with the decision to do it that way even after reading the manga in its entirety. It added more of a sense of realism that may not have translated well if the exact manga art style was used. Both adaptations were phenomenal and if you’re looking for a dark psyche series, Aku no Hana is definitely worth giving a shot. Easily jumped up to one of my favorite series!

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