Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, Vol. 3
“Now you have all the power you could ever want! You must make them pay for every second, every instant you were imprisoned.” Searching for his missing daughter and a woman who may be his lost wife, Crown Prosecutor Gerard de Villefort enters the dark mansion of the mysterious Marquise de... show more
“Now you have all the power you could ever want! You must make them pay for every second, every instant you were imprisoned.”
Searching for his missing daughter and a woman who may be his lost wife, Crown Prosecutor Gerard de Villefort enters the dark mansion of the mysterious Marquise de Cremieux. What he finds there is a hell beyond imagining. And the master of this hell is the Count of Monte Cristo, who seeks retribution for a crime Villefort and his comrades committed many years ago, when the count was a mortal man named Edmond Dantes. As this thrilling tale reaches its shattering climax, the origin of the count–and of the strange entity called Gankutsuou–is finally revealed.
A story told in compelling anime, Gankutsuou is a science fiction version of Alexandre Dumas’s classic The Count of Monte Cristo.
This is the final volume of Gankutsuou.
Publish date: 25-08-2009
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Gankutsuou (#3)
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The final book of the series delivered a bigger disappointment than either of the first two by a long shot. The story feels incomplete, lavishing over details of the Count's revenge and then dumping a bunch of backstory on us that not only didn't really make me feel anything different about the Coun...
My rating should sum up how I feel about this manga. Oh. My. God. What a horrible read! It was terrible! I couldn't stomach one moment of it! Well, there was that moment where the Count took off his shirt that made me drool for a bit but that's besides the point. I was truly hoping I was going to en...