Tokyo Ghoul, Vol. 8 by Sui Ishida
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Paperback, 216 pages
Published August 16th 2016 by VIZ Media
Source: Purchased print edition
Tokyo Ghoul (#8)
I have consistently loved this series but this volume was hard to understand. Almost completely all battles switching between various people or groups, I got lost with what the purpose was. Kaneki is a new more violent ghoul now and I loved his mask. I also thought One-eye was cool. There are also a lot of flashbacks to Touka and her brother's childhood helping us to understand them more. Fortunately, by the last chapter the battles have ended and I got my bearings with the story again.