Super Dimensional Love Gun Manga
About Super Dimensional Love Gun Manga
Super Dimensional Love Gun manga features story and art by Shintaro Kago.
Shintaro Kago, author of Super Dimensional Love Gun, is a legendary Japanese guro manga artist. Known around the world for his "fashionable paranoia" style, creative comics, clothing, animation, and even music videos.
Ratings & Reviews
This Is one Crazy ride
by Mike -
This Mangaka is as Bonkers and insane as a man can get so without a doubt and equally this is probably the most bizarre manga I’ve ever read and I Love it all the more for it as I’ll probably remember it till the day I die.
An amazing manga that ISN'T for everyone
by Jesus P. -
You like body humor? dark humor? senseless gore? well maybe double check on that before buying this manga, as shintaro kago takes all of these thing to the furthest extreme he can. Super dimensional love gun is a collection of stories that don't fall short of bizarre in every aspect. The art is detailed, and creative, the ideas for each story you'll most likely never see in other manga, and the sheer unapologetic attitude it takes elevates it all even higher. I'm sure there's a swat of people out there that detest this manga, but I certainly am not one of them, as it has quickly climbed it's way up my favorites list
They call him the bizarre manga artist for a reason
by Corey -
If you like dark comedy, tongue-in-cheek satire ,insane body horror ,and bizarre yet beautiful artwork this could be the book for you
just a warning it is not for everyone very nsfw
One of the best horror manga available
by Conor -
The weirdest of the weird. Junji Ito starting to feel a little too tame? You can't go wrong with this. Masterful stories from an artist whose sanity is just a little questionable at this point.
If you like body horror you absolutely won't regret buying this.
If Junji Ito Were an Edgy Teen
by Emily -
Very disappointed in this manga. I bought this expecting horror and abstract visuals akin to Junji Ito’s Spiral, or as the back of this title suggests, Salvador Dali or Katsuhuro Otomo. Instead the whole book reads like some bizarre fetish piece, with story and visuals that seem to be there... just to be edgy; aborted fetuses aren’t really interesting story telling, it’s just so edgy.