‘Tombs: Junji Ito Story Collection’ is being released on March 28th

A new collection from the horror mangaka.

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Tombs: Junji Ito Collection, a new book of chilling stories from the master horror Junji Ito, is on the way, sure to provide plenty of scares for fans of the iconic mangaka.

“Countless tombstones stand in rows throughout a small community, forming a bizarre tableau. What fate awaits a brother and sister after a traffic accident in this town of the dead? In another tale, a girl falls silent, her tongue transformed into a slug. Can a friend save her? Then, when a young man moves to a new town, he finds the house next door has only a single window. What does his grotesque neighbor want, calling out to him every evening from that lone window?”

Synopsis via

Junji Ito is a Japanese Horror mangaka well known for his unique art style and captivating horror stories. His work contains numerous themes, including body horror and cosmic horror, and has been read by countless fans across the world. The stories of Junji Ito have been adapted into movies, anime, video games, and more.

Tombs: Junji Ito Story Collection will be released on March 28th, 2023. Set sail for to learn where you can pre-order your copy and check his other available work.


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