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20 Horror Manga That Put 2020 to Shame

20 Best Horror Manga That Put 2020 to Shame” is a list of the best horror manga of 2020, hand-picked by the editors of Mangaka Army. So, these manga are some of our favorites and we want to share them with you! If you have never read a horror comic before, this article will give you an idea of what they are like. If you’ve already read a few then let us help fill in the blanks with some more great picks! Please enjoy reading these awesome comics and let us know if you agree with our choices! So, lets look what we have on 20 Best Horror Manga:

20. Shoujo Tsubaki –

Horror Manga by Suehiro Maruo

Shoujo Tsubaki – by Suehiro Maruo

Shuojo Tsubaki: The Grudge is a 2008 novel written by Suehiro Maruo. Set in late 20th century Earth, it is the story of an orphaned girl which name is Midori. And the man who pursues her with an obsessive desire to protect her. The book received mixed reviews from critics, but inspired an ongoing series of novels focusing on Midori’s adventures. Shuojo Tsubaki is ranking 20th in our list of The World’s Most Terrifying Literature.’The Grudge’ centers around Midori Aoki, a young girl whose life is plaguing by tragedy since childhood.

19. Elfen Lied –

Horror Manga by Lynn Okamoto

Elfen Lied – by Lynn Okamoto

Chilling and blood curdling, Elfen Lied showcases the violence from which an anime needs to stay clear. Digging deep into the psyche of a young girl who has been through so much, but still manages to keep going in search of a rational explanation, this manga brings out all your dark emotions. It takes all that you thought were just fairy tales and turns it upside down. An anime that can be labeled as both horror and psychological thriller at its best. Prepare to be utterly creeping out!

18. Zero – Kage Miko – by Amagi Seimaru

Zero – Kage Miko – by Amagi Seimaru

Zero – Kage Miko –” (pronounced “Zero – Shadow Shaman”) is a spin-off manga based on the Fatal Frame series. Unlike most other games in the series, this game does not have survival horror elements. It focuses more on mood and psychological horror. Furthermore, there are some noticeable differences in the lore from previous installments as well as various other aspects of the games’ universe. However, everything remains within what is acceptable by fans of the series. Speaking of which, anyone who enjoys this series will most certainly love this manga. Weighing all the pros and cons of this

17. Ore to Akuma no Blues/ Me and the Devil Blues – by Akira Hiramoto

Ore to Akuma no Blues - Me and the Devil Blues – by Akira Hiramoto

Zero – Kage Miko –” (pronounced “Zero – Shadow Shaman”) is a spin-off manga based on the Fatal Frame series. Unlike most other games in the series, this game does not have survival horror elements. It focuses more on mood and psychological horror. Furthermore, there are some noticeable differences in the lore from previous installments as well as various other aspects of the games’ universe. However, everything remains within what is acceptable by fans of the series. Speaking of which, anyone who enjoys this series will most certainly love this manga. Weighing all the pros and cons of this

16. Hakaijuu – by Shingo Honda

Hakaijuu – by Shingo Honda

#16 of 20 Best Horror Manga is Hakaijuu.  Hakaijuu is an innovative and disruptive manga that will keep you guessing up until the very end. An engrossing sports story takes a dark turn when an ancient Spirit appears before the protagonist. Spirits with thousands of years of experience unleash god-like hakai techniques to destroy all humans. The intensity and absurdity of this manga will leave readers speechless. Hakaijuu is an essential read if you enjoy horror/suspense genres or simply don’t care for the common cliche’s of the genre.”

15. Zashiki Onna/ Phantom Stalker Woman – by Minetaro Mochizuki

20 Best Horror Manga - Zashiki Onna/ Phantom Stalker Woman – by Minetaro Mochizuki

Zashiki Onna is a series featuring an amnesiac woman who stalks lonely men. Despite the fact that the story is about a woman stalking men, it has elements of horror that make it very relevant in the present times. The series does a wonderful job building up fear as readers watch the protagonist slowly go insane. The dread, not knowing what lies ahead, and the suspense all builds up. Zashiki Onna ultimately impacts its protagonist in an unexpected way (for me). The manga deals with themes of loneliness, isolation, and the desire to have someone by your side. Zashiki Onna makes

14. Pumpkin Night – by Masaya Hokazono

Pumpkin Night – by Masaya Hokazono

Zashiki Onna is based off of a true story and follows the life of a young man, Naoya. Who is haunting by a woman on his way home from work one day. The series does an amazing job building up horror as readers find themselves in the protagonist’s shoes. So, the fear of the unknown, not knowing what lies ahead, the suspense, it all builds up. Ultimately impacting the protagonist in ways you may not expect. With great art and an interesting story that has already caught the attention of film companies no less than once before here’s hoping this title gets the attention it deserves!!!

13. Skyhigh – by Tsutomu Takahashi

20 Best Horror Manga - Skyhigh – by Tsutomu Takahashi

Skyhigh is a psychological horror manga that centers around one man’s descent into madness and the events leading up to it. Although originally intended as an experiment in form, it soon became clear that the narrative needed revision if I was to realize my vision for the project. This has led to the creation of a tale which not only questions the nature of sanity, but also delves into issues of identity, perception, and even free will. Its objective is not merely to provide entertainment for its readers, but also ask questions about reality itself. But, as such, every aspect of it has been carefully considered; from its choice of

12. Can You Just Die, My Darling? –

Horror Manga by Majuro Kaname

20 Best Horror Manga - Can You Just Die, My Darling? – by Majuro Kaname

A young man finds his science-fiction writer father dead, but he soon learns that his father’s death is not what it seems. Someone or something is after him and will do anything to keep him from learning the truth about himself. Can You Die, My Darling? is a psychological horror manga which follows our protagonist as he tries to unveil the mystery behind his father’s death and uncover the secrets of Majuro. With plenty of blood lust, some dashes of gore, and a healthy dose of romance, you’ll never want to put this one down! (Adapted from summary)

11. Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen/ Higurashi When They Cry – by Ryukishi07

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi-hen/ Higurashi When They Cry – by Ryukishi07

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni: Onikakushi -hen is the 11th entry to the Higurashi series. It was announced in September of 2013 and was released on April 14th, 2014 for Windows and Mac platforms. The story takes place in 1983, during summer vacation in a blissfully tranquil village with an annual festival celebrating the spirits of dead children. This quiet time is deceptive as it is merely a false hope for peace which soon becomes every bit as dreadfully mischievous as its namesake. The residents of Hinamizawa are about to be haunted by dark mysteries that will leave them

10. Pet Shop of Horrors – by Matsuri Akino

Pet Shop of Horrors – by Matsuri Akino

Pet Shop of Horrors is an urban horror/comedy manga that parodies the J-horror and survival horror genres. It takes place in a world where a pandemic has caused most people to go into lockdown until they die or the virus is cured. The only way to survive in this world is by eating Cheetos and watching anime, and that includes you. While strolling through Chinatown, an anime lover named Shino encounters an intriguing pet shop owned by monsters. The shop showcases unique pets such as cats with chainsaws for heads, dogs with mortarboards for their “heads”, birds wearing astronaut goggles.

09. Jigokusei Remina/ Hellstar Remina – by Junji Ito

20 Best Horror Manga - Jigokusei Remina/ Hellstar Remina – by Junji Ito

A mysterious force from outside our solar system has begun to affect our solar system, devastating planets and deforming satellites. All across the world, spherical objects called Remina begin appearing in Earth’s orbit—some even crash into cities! What could cause such devastation? As these Remina continue to appear, mankind braces for impact… but will the appearance of this rogue planet lead to a better tomorrow? It all starts with discovery of a rogue planet floating in space.

08. Hideout – by Masasumi Kakizaki

08. Hideout – by Masasumi Kakizaki

There are a lot of zombie/post-apocalyptic manga out there these days. Most of them featuring the standard setup: man goes to a deserted island, encounters madness, and must survive against all odds with either fellow man or nature itself—zombies and cannibals, of course. Hideout is not one of those manga. The gimmick here is that it’s an isolated island where you can do whatever you want as long as you don’t step foot off the beach. Problem is, that also means no one will ever find you if you get eaten alive or drowned by waves. Welcome to your new home,

07. Kiriko – by Shingo Honda

Kiriko – by Shingo Honda

Kiriko tells the story of a group of friends who must band together to survive a night filled with terror. Little do they know, their worst fears are about to come true…! Kiriko is a psychological horror manga that will keep readers guessing until the very end. What’s the secret behind this mysterious get-together? Who or what is stalking these student? And what connections does this deceased friend of theirs have with it all? There are many questions that need answers, and only one person can give them – Kiriko herself! ””This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDer

06. Panorama of Hell – by Hideshi Hino

20 Best Horror Manga Panorama of Hell – by Hideshi Hino

#06 of 20 Best Horror Manga is Panorama of Hell. Panorama of Hell – by Hideshi Hino – is a one-shot manga that puts the reader with a strange artist painting landscapes of Hell with his blood. The plot is more of a conversation with the said artist, who details each of his works’ story. Being a post-nuclear apocalypse survivor, his work contains symbols of suffering, torture, grief, violence, and gore. The manga is itself built upon truckloads of symbolisms with the metaphorized message about how men view war…or in this case, Hell. This book will be an enjoyable read for people who enjoy dark fantasy genres.

05. Kami no Kodomo/ God’s Child – by Nishioka Kyoudai

20 Best Horror Manga Kami no Kodomo/ God’s Child – by Nishioka Kyoudai

This book posits that the human mind has a natural tendency to evil. So, the story is about a child, Kami no Kodomo (God’s Child), who grows into a serial killer. So, it explores his sociopathic tendencies and sick and twisted accomplishments. The art is simple yet effective in obscuring what needs to be hidden while still allowing the reader to get a good look at what needs to be hidden. While difficult to read at times, this book will definitely keep you turning the pages as you try to discover what happens next. This is definitely not for everyone, but if you are ready to take your reading enjoyment.

04. Kichikujima – by Masaya Hokazono

04. Kichikujima – by Masaya Hokazono

If you are familiar with psychological thrillers, then this manga is right up your alley. The series doesn’t blow your mind away, but it’s very well done and appealing to the eyes. You are likely to enjoy reading this horror comedy if you enjoy slasher films, such as “Scream” or “Seed”. With its unique artstyle and intriguing story line, you should definitely give this a try!” – NoriTanaka (This review is based on the first 3 chapters of the manga.)

03. Lychee Light Club – by Usamaru Furuya

03. Lychee Light Club – by Usamaru Furuya

This manga is a story about a group of children at the verge of puberty, and their experimentation with artificial insemination and reproductive technologies. It deals with philosophical questions about free will, determinism, responsibility, and what it means to be human. It’s also not your typical ero guro – there’s no raping or murder in this one. Instead, it explores themes like technology run amok (and how it could impact society), philosophical abominations (such as creating a serial killer using an AI), bioethical issues (like how we treat animals in research and create life artificially) and of course: the

02. Ibitsu – by Haruto Ryo

Ibitsu – by Haruto Ryo

Ibitsu is a manga-based on a video game, about a girl who transfers to a new school and becomes target of an urban legend. It’s actually quite chilling story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. But, the art in this series is really well done and visually very impressive – contrary to popular belief, urban legends are not always related to horror… but they can be! I recommend giving this series a try (if you’re into horror at all). You won’t be disappointed.”_Ibitsu is a psychological horror/mystery manga about a high school girl named Hiyori Satō

01. Uzumaki –

Horror Manga by Junji Ito

20 Best Horror Manga Uzumaki – by Junji Ito

The greatest  of 20 Best Horror Manga Uzumaki. The Uzumaki spiral is a legendary symbol of bad luck and ill omen. A spinning flag on a pole, it represents the inescapable fate that befalls those who wander too close to death’s door. So, Junji Ito has used this symbol in many of his works, including most notably the story “A Scary Story”. In Uzumaki, Ito takes this idea of a spiraling fate and runs with it further than ever before; The premise centers around spiral shaped sea monsters that attack boats and people! What more could you ask for from a horror manga!?””

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