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Contemplating Reiko

Website Review   by:CountessBellaDonnaDrakul    
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Life is a comprising situation for most people, but it is even more so if you have the mind of a sadistic fiend. But having the thoughts of a demonic lunatic is even worse when you're experiencing it in the first grade. From the warped mind of Vincent Grisanti comes the outrageously demented comic strip of Contemplating Reiko. Created in 2006, this comic strip is based on Reiko Mouryou, a six year old first grader with a demonic profile and personality who is as wicked as they come. The weekly comic strip is one not to be missed if you enjoy a cast of twisted characters that get into odd situations that most viewers who are considered normal would find shocking at times. But to judge this evil little darling would be unheard of until you met her friends and family who are just as wicked as her. The loathesome cast of characters of Contemplating Reiko include: Reiko Mouryou (a sadistic little demon girl who spends most of her time in the first grade and with her pet crocodile named Lucy which is short for Lucifer); her family: Mitsugu Mouryou (Reiko's father and alleged member of the Boiling Hells Gang); Shihoka Mouryou (Reiko's oldest sister who's a demented artist); Shirabe Mouryou (Reiko's older sister who's popular in school but also enjoys eating the internal organs of others); Shinobu Mouryou (Reiko's other older sister who is a hyper-active tomboy); and Reiko's friends: Zeni and Nadi Tweeling (conjoined twins who are sibling rivals) and Irving H. Horseman Jr. (the headless horseman's son who spends most of his time creating new pumpkin heads to wear and feeling sorry for himself). Loaded with dark humor and tons of blood, Contemplating Reiko is mostly adult humor and is not for the faint of heart. However, it is worth reading if you like to laugh until your sides split but watch out for Shirabe if that happens!
Published: August 22, 2006   
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