Karin Suzuragi’s art is generally considered the “cutest” and most “moe” of the group of artists adapting the series, so this is particularly grotesque.
Uzumaki has a much larger cast than Gyo, which prompted me to notice that Ito actually draws some really cute and realistic-looking female characters.
Despite the cuteness though she finds that:
Uzumaki is grim, gruesome, and a whole host of synonyms besides.
…a wonderful “put yourself in their place” scenario, a survival horror story filled with the kind of details that would make Shonen Sunday readers look through their classrooms and imagine what objects they could use to survive Umezu’s apocalypse:
It’s a fairly long entry, but definitely read the whole thing. There are a lot of interesting details that may not have occurred to you before.
Finally, I look at some manga that features ghost-busting teams, and not the kind with jumpsuits, proton pack, catchy theme songs or ghostly mascots.