MADK, Vol. 1: Volume 1
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The demon fulfils Makoto dark desire then takes Makoto to hell with him. The demon took a liking to Makoto and make Makoto his pet demon. makoto and j’s relationship is well-thought-out and original. you might think that after he becomes the demon, they’ll live a peaceful, happy and long life, but not here. indeed they’re a perfect match — both of them love the other one and get motivated by each other. makoto’s motivation is not only surpass j, but ruin him. and j obviously only knows about it. he’s even looking forward to it. the truth is both of them are twisted and that’s what makes it more interesting.
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Many people asked for MADK to be added to the database. And, I figure, I could take the initiative to hint on the why. Labeled by its editor as "a pillar of fallen morals" it’s a darker kind of yaoi, toying with deviant interests. But it’s so open about it, so dedicated to the goal and displays such quality that it feels strangely wholesome, and can be enjoyed for the journey even if it doesn’t actually make you moist. Oct 25 Yearning Teens, Frustrated Romance, Pretty Skies — Is There Anything Else to Makoto Shinkai? Makoto has a fetish for eating flesh. He is a strange boy who is interested in cannibalism, serial killer and roadkill. society would judge him forThis week's fun poll suggested by JediMando20ray is word association with "Prince of ___". You choose! The storyline is extremely intriguing. Reading the first chapter got me hooked. I had a feeling the storyline would be bizarre.
MADK Is such a twisted, dark and fascinating manga I have ever read. The drawing is fantastic, some of the panel are drawn with artistic gestural line work and expressional emotions. There are few panels where there a lot of etching to create a dark intense mood. But the rest of the manga, The lines are light and fluid. EditSynopsis Makoto has always had twisted desires. Outcast from a young age due to his abnormal hobbies, he attempts to summon a demon to fulfill his wildest fetish—to feast on its guts. What he wasn’t aware of, however, was that he would summon the charismatic and dangerously beautiful Archduke of the Demon World, J. A weak student with the worst performance at school got a mask by accident. It looks like something that no one wants, just like the comic hero. But when he puts on the mask, two abandoned parts become a powerful combination. i love that j is not your typical shoujo manga’s demon who is a pretty boy looking like any other human and only shows his real face when the girl is in danger. j does look like a demon with his tail, horns and wings, but still is unbelievably beautiful. moreover he acts like a demon — makoto is and isn’t a toy for him at the same time. „how?” you may ask. j wants makoto to overstep his bounds, to surpass him, see how far can he get. and he does care aboutOur member 8-3 is wondering about the last time you read manga, manhua, or manhwa in physical form. Probably been more than a decade for me... Sex happens a lot, as in it's a constant presence, the narrative moves from instance to instance, but not much time is spent on individual sexual acts. It’s more about their context, the increasing weirdness and characters developing through them. It's like, if something is broken or torn off, you'll be likely shown, body parts going in orifices normally – not so much, acclimatization means the next step. And it's not that graphic gory, the punchline is how pretty the - reversible (so far) - damage is. It's more decadent poetry than butchery, velvety skin torn off with caresses rather than fountains of blood. Actually, I would say that taking flesh off is the main explored fetish.