Total Eclipse of the Eternal Heart Manga

3 Reviews
SKU: 9781642750409

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About Total Eclipse of the Eternal Heart Manga

Total Eclipse of the Eternal Heart Manga features story and art by Syundei.

High schooler Hoshino Terumichi has been haunted by a recurring dream: a young man, a century earlier, dying at the hands of another man he calls “Sensei.” This dream--or curse--is about to merge with reality when a mysterious, attractive classmate named Yamada Omihito steps into Terumichi’s life.

Details

  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama, Horror
  • Themes: Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Release Date: 3/19/2019
  • Page Count: 180
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

TLDR: be ready for the "welp that was F-ed up" feeling when you get to the end

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Total Eclipse is a completed one shot. As with many a physiological mystery the ending is left somewhat open. Plot was simple and the mystery (if you can call it one) easy to figure out. It was an enjoyable read, but it’s a solid Average. The art was good; reminiscent of the 90's and late 80's. There is sex, not explicitly graphic enough to call Yaoi but more so then Shonen Ai. File under the BL catch all. I would recommend this to those who like darker, more twisted stories. I’m not sad I bought this and it will go on the shelf with my collection. Don't go expecting to find your next obsession, but worth the buy and read

OOF! and I OOp

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This manga is such big oof but the good kind. You'll encounter the nasty and the good nasty. This manga is definitely not for the faint of heart unless you're into some nicely toned-down gore(?), mature scenes(the nasty kind yeah those), and other psychology stuff that will make you go OoF by the end of this manga. I really recommend it! (Y'know now that I think about you may even laugh at some scenes so enjoy!)

Do you ever listen to Bonnie Tyler's greatest hit and think "this could use more horror?" Do I have a story for you.

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I bought this book after semi-accidentally reading the first two chapters online in a less-than-legal way, and I was enthralled by the story. I was interested then (and if you're looking at this, I assume you're interested now) because of the boys' love aspect, and while that's certainly an important element, in truth it takes a backseat to the horror. We've got a love story here, albeit a twisted one, but it's wrapped in a century-old mystery that has somehow come back to haunt our protagonist, among others. It reminds me quite a bit of Corpse Party, albeit more in themes than content: a curse stretching across time, violence against children, *just enough* sexual perversion, and an ending that makes you question if it could feasibly described as a happy resolution. I absolutely loved this book, and whether you're interested from a yaoi or horror standpoint, I cannot recommend it enough. It will stay with you for a long time, whether you like it or not.