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Real Account Manga Volume 1

4.5 star rating out of 5
8 Reviews
SKU: 9781632362346

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Real Account

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About Real Account Manga Volume 1

Real Account manga volume 1 features story by Okushou and art by Shizumu Watanabe.

Like many of his peers, Ataru Kashiwagi has found himself addicted to the newest social networking service, Real Account. But one day, Ataru and almost 10,000 other people, get sucked into the Real Account Zone, where they have become players in a series of deadly games.

The basic rules of these games are simple -- if you lose all your followers, you die in real life, and if you die, all of your followers die with you.

As these depraved games decimate the players around him, Ataru must use quick thinking and his knowledge of Real Account to win each round and return to the real world. But when true friendship determines whether he lives or dies, can Ataru really survive when the only people he can count on are his Internet friends?


  • Publisher: KODANSHA COMICS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Video Games
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 3/22/2016
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Ratings & Reviews

8 reviews

5 star rating out of 5

Amazing Survival Game


You take the biggest social media application out there and suck everyone in a world of horrors. It brings all the games you've normally see and place them as a death trap for everyone to see whether you have anything to hide or a face you keep hidden. Survival base manga have always been my weakness since you connect with a character and hope they don't die, creates a sort of suspense. So give this a read if you enjoy survival base games.

5 star rating out of 5

Very Interesting Love It

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I got this as a check out book with a bit of skepticism because it sounded so much like others yet it sounded interesting and I was glad to find its not really.
This is a great series worth checking out and I can't wait to get the second volume.
Very interesting and crazy, I just finished reading it and will warn everyone volume 1 ends on a bad cliffhanger so maybe get volume 2 right away with one.

5 star rating out of 5

Social Media Battle Royale

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This was a random pick-up for me. Read the summary and though, "oh this will be interesting." Boy, was that an understatement. You get thrown into Ataru's life. He seems like your average high school student who likes game and the hottest social media craze. The newest and hotties thing being Real Account, where everything we knows social media wise is all combined together ( pictures, status updates, games, etc. ) When Ataru and about 10,000 are sucked into the Real Account Zone it becomes an instant battle to survive. Basic rules of the battle are simple, if you lose all of your followers, you die in real life. If you die, so do all of your followers.

Trigger Warnings:

- Gory scenes/Bloody/Blood
- Death/Seeing characters die
- Panic/Anxiety

5 star rating out of 5

How far are you willing to go for your online friends?

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You are forced to play a series of games. If you lose you die, and if you die so do all of your social media followers. That is the concept of Real Account. I walked into this series with caution but quickly began to enjoy the characters and story. If you enjoy high stakes games and don't mind death and frequently spilled blood then you'll enjoy this one.

5 star rating out of 5

Loved it

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Loved the manga! The plot and characters were interesting and funny. The manga came in good condition and was easy to handle. Would recommend!

4 star rating out of 5

Good, Random Pick


I saw this in a bookstore and picked it at random to try -I think it was to complete a "Buy Two, get the Third Free" sale- and started reading it while my friend shopped in a crafts store. I read almost the whole thing while she was looking. It ropes you in quickly and reminded me a bit of Danganronpa with the mascot character being sadistic and the problem-solving -not saying it's similar to it, just that those aspects reminded me of it. Though, if you like Danganronpa or other murder-game type things, you'll like this manga.

5 star rating out of 5

Death Games?! I'm In!


If you like death game stories, I recommend picking this one up!! I’m already invested and rooting for our main character Ataru! I have up to volume 3! I can’t wait to read more!!

3 star rating out of 5

not particularly amazing, but still a good read


Having read the first 3 volumes in this series, I'd say my main criticism of Real Account is that it isn't really bringing anything new to the table. For horror to be really effective, it needs to point out/reflect something about society or the general human experience. While Real Account does explore the darker side of social media, I feel like it's something that is already talked about a lot. If you are already aware of concepts like "social media is a large scale popularity contest against strangers" or cancel culture, then the story loses a lot of its effect on you as the reader. If you already like the death game genre or are genuinely interested in reading it then I do recommend it, but I personally find it repetitive as a concept


"Social media is messed up!!!"
...yeah? tell me something I don't know :/