Reviews / Sinner

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cichlid87
I've just read a couple chapters but it's interesting so far.
Sep 03
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Wide-eyed Wander
I find the plot really intriguing & fascinated for of the conflict that could occur. It's quite an action packed manga that really makes you think. It dives into a mind of a society that predetermines whether their people that evil. It reminds me of the church preaching that babies are born from the sins of the humans before us like adam & eve but we find salvation from Jesus. It's kinda fucked up to be constantly reminded that we are filthy sinners.
Aug 25
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MadamManga
Really great manga. Good art style and plot. I love alternate, dystopian societies. I recommend to those who enjoyed Hunger Games and Divergent.
Aug 25
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Buraku
I've only read six chapters, but it's pretty good so far! I love the characters and it has its surprising moments! Only wish there was more action and a bit of romance. Other than that, I recommend reading this!
Aug 25
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Ccv
Have only read 5 chapters so far. It has nice drawing and is easy to follow. I feel it may be moving a bit fast as we quickly learn things about characters. Have not gotten far enough to determine the way the manga will continue, but as of right now it is ok and is worth a read to get a feel for the plot and characters.
Aug 24
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Lirasity
A manga set in a utopian society which explores the perspective of those who view it as a dystopia.
The art style really emphasizes the gruesome reality of such a society. The story moves rather quickly, but does a good job of capturing interest while maintaining momentum. Worth a read if you're interested in dystopian novels with a side of action.
Aug 23
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sojisgreat
I am really loving this manga. The drawing and art type is amazing! The plot gets more interesting every chapter!
Aug 23
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gnomy35
After having read five chapters it's a pretty interesting manga. There's action and emotion, and the art is stylish if unpolished. But things go way too fast and we still don't know anything about the main character aside from where he comes from. I hope the rest will go more slowly so I can get more invested in what's happening.
Aug 23
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DarkNova
Is sin imprinted on our DNA? Do our birth conditions determine whether we become criminals or good citizens? These are just some of the questions this manga tells about. Dark and philosophical, the story is shocking from the very first chapter. It's definitely worth following.
Aug 23
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Justin Andrew Mason
Dark. Gritty. And, with a focus on how quickly and easily a "civilized" society can descend into fascism. I find the protagonists immediately likeable, even if at times I question their morality. This manga borrows heavily from well trodden themes in the science fiction dystopian genre, but presents them in a way that's different enough to be interesting. Really great art. Vive la résistance!
Aug 22
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Acrophobe
A great manga that asks many important philosophical and moral questions. The characters have interesting backstories. It's a heavy and dark subject matter, but as our society changes we need to ask ourselves lots of hard questions that this manga wants you to think about.

Definitely worth reading, even if only to remind people that no matter what side, we all are human and don't deserve to be treated badly.
Aug 22
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domokunrawr
I would have to say that this manga so far has been more entertaining than I had originally thought it was going to be. The overall premise and a different take on a dystopia creates interesting characters and relates to a nature and nurture situation. The story skips around sometimes and makes the flow of the manga a bit jarring at times but definitely would binge read these on occasion.
Aug 22
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sharkshocker
Nice art and interesting concept, not sure where the story will lead yet but there's potential for character growth since they'll all have different histories.
Aug 21
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Marvin Ortega
A good manga about trying to create utopias in a real world
Aug 21
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pvogt1990
up to chapter 4. the story paints a very dark and complex setting. the characters are somewhat interesting. all in all a good read
Aug 21
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kashaunleak
Chapter 1 sets up the way their world works in a very brief few pages, getting you right into the story without much going on or flooding you with a ton of characters to remember. The two main protagonists are introduced and a hint at what the two are planning without exactly exemplifying what those plans are quite yet.
The author of the manga and the artist do very well in conveying the story with a decent amount of detail in the artwork and with clear flow in the dialogues. I'm going to keep reading, and see where this takes me.
Aug 21
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Rachel751
This is my favorite manga out of all of the manga. It is really intresting and great character design.
Aug 21
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animupepper
It has an interesting premise with a dystopian society. I really like the art style, with moments of funny versions of the character design for silly parts and reactions. I have read four chapters so I can't say much about how i feel about the story, but i think it was picking up by chapters 3 and 4. It is quick to read, and am interested to reading more of it to see where it goes.
Aug 21
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Money-san
Original story and great character design
Aug 21
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SpicyMayonnaise
If there were a 10 point scale I would rate this at a 6, above average. This manga is very easy to get into and is also quite interesting but of course has its flaws. The premise around the main characters is very simple the author does a great job at writing a manga that is both interesting and easy to follow. The only downside is that the story is quite one dimensional and easily predictable. I personally don't mind this for the most part, but I'd prefer a manga that is less predictable.
Aug 21
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Robert
Interesting setting where society determines a persons worth at birth. The heroes are "sinners", born criminals, guerilla insurgents who fight to overthrow the cruel government.
Aug 21
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muffyneng
Decent art, average story.
Aug 21
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alexavier
While the premise of this manga is not completely original, it does have imagination and an interesting concept - similar to Minority Report but with it's own unique twist . However, the characters aren't fleshed out very well and they quickly become unrelatable and generic. The story jumps timelines which would've help fleshed out a more interesting world and characters but the execution is confusing at times. I really feel this Manga would've greatly benefited from having more developed characters and a better understanding of their motivations, I understood the suffering they endured but struggled to understand what exactly drove them and to what end goal.
Aug 21
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Alpa~CHINO
Creating new and intriguing Action/Thriller manga is not an easy task, and sadly, Kye's Sinner leaves a lot to be desired. As others have written, the mangaka seems to be passionate about his work, but the writing is pretty average, the rebels don't truly have a clear goal, and characters are not developed enough. The pacing is not fast enough in certain chapters for an Action manga, and some small story bits are drawn out too much instead of moving the story forward, like...

*Minor Spoiler*
The Gender chapter... I mean, just from the cover alone, I think it's clear Mitsui is a 17 years old tomboyish female. If she was drawn more masculine or ambiguous, it would make more sense for Asaya and the others to mistake her for a boy. Apart from a bit of comic relief, was 40 pages really necessary for this chapter as the way it was written?
*Minor Spoiler End*

We have not yet reached the big finale yet, but I don't think it will save the story. I do believe, however, that with its initial p
Aug 21
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