Mangaka: Minetaro Mochizuki
Review Status: Complete (1 Volume/1 Volume)
Licensed: No, this manga is unlicensed in the US.
Art: This has the more realistic and slightly ugly look a lot of horror manga seem to take. This is appropriate for the stalker, since she seems to be some sort of otherworldly being. Everyone else looks just a little off, face-wise. Dramatic shading and lots of dark tones suit the story well.
Summary: One night, mild-mannered college student, Hiroshi Mori, bumps into a woman visiting his next-door neighbor. A large, creepy woman, she has long hair, wears a coat and carries shopping bags in both hands. He had never seen her before. But then, without warning, the woman starts stalking Hiroshi, shifting her attention from his next-door neighbor whom she had been visiting to Hiroshi himself. Who is she and what is she after? (MAL.net)
Review: The stalker story has been done many times, and with every redo can feel a little more old and tired. This is a throwback to a more recent past, when stalkers just weren’t taken very seriously (seen merely as overzealous admirers) and throws in a dash of paranoia and supernatural into the mix, creating a simple but effectively frightening story.