Tokyo Ghoul Manga Box Set
About Tokyo Ghoul Manga Box Set
The Tokyo Ghoul Complete Box Set contains manga volumes 1-14 plus an exclusive double-sided poster, and features story and art by Sui Ishida.
Ghouls live among us, the same as normal people in every way—except for their craving for human flesh.
Ken Kaneki is an ordinary college student until a violent encounter turns him into the first half-human, half-Ghoul hybrid. Trapped between two worlds, he must survive Ghoul turf wars, learn more about Ghoul society and master his new powers.
Ratings & Reviews
good deal, fast shipping
by Ethan -
Really nice box-set containing all 14 volumes, but disappointed with the lack of extras. It just comes with an extra poster. No extra booklets, or art book that usually come with most manga box-sets, but I must say.. For the price, it's worth it. Amazing artwork on the box, and inside of the box also has some artwork as well! Sadly the flap that folds down to reveal whats inside doesn't have artwork on it, it's just plain white. Still, great value.
Package not damaged, however the books have slight rips from a box-cutter. Nothing too dramatic, but for a collector it would probably be kind of annoying. The scratches themselves are barely noticeable, and unless you're looking for them you wouldn't find them. Overall I can't blame Rightstuf because my Death Note box-set from Amazon had the exact same damage, but worse. So I guess it's just one of those things... sadly.
This is a great for the money!
by Jamie Rogers
This box set was absolutely amazing!!! If you don't already own all of Tokyo Ghoul then I would recommend that YOU GO BUY THIS RIGHT NOW!
Off the charts
by Juan -
This series is amazing and for the price not bad I insist that you cop this right now or else you will regret it
Great Value and Must Have for Fans
by Quan -
The manga and the box set it came in is pretty amazing and it's hard to criticize the box set, but I am disappointed that this box set was not fully fleshed out as other collectors edition such as with the Akira boxset. I can see where they had to rush the release by not including extras, but overall, I'm still satisfied with the product.