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  • Author:
    Mitsukazu Mihara
  • ISBN:
    1591828872
  • ISBN13:
    978-1591828877
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  • Publisher:
    TokyoPop (October 12, 2004)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Manga
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Doll provides a firsthand glimpse into the psychology of the human-doll relationship and examines the question of what .

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Human-like androids known as "dolls" are manufactured to fulfill the needs of the humans, including a boy with an abusive mother, and a young woman dying of cancer.

Doriel
This series feels like it never took off here in the states but all 6 books are such a good read. Each book has approximately 5 "short stories" that give you an insight into a sci-fi world where androids (dolls) live among humans. The storytelling is divine and it incorporates happiness, horror and suspense well.
Breder
In this volume we meet a man who sacrificed everything for fame, an abusive mother and her replacement, a man who finds happiness being what he's not, a woman dreams of being a doll [or maybe a doll dreams of being a woman], a psychic seeks freedom from both expectations and her powers, and a terrorist with a grudge meets a doll aimed at her strike zone.
Tegore
Great stories of a Japan in the future. I loved the drawings, the stories are excellent, you are gonna want more. I really enjoyed it a lot!
Warianys
Beautiful book. Got it quickly and in pristine condition. Very happy with my purchase.
Saithinin
The second volume of Doll, the anthology manga that concerns the relations between humans and robots wasn't quite up to par with the Twilight Zone twists of Volume 1. In one of the better stories, "Mother", an abused boy's Christmas wish is fulfilled by some outlaw Doll modifiers. In "Doll House", another story which centers on a young boy, a mother takes out her frustrations and failed dreams on her son, after she suspects her husband of having an affair with a Doll. Probably the only other good tale in here is "Mika", in which the author touches too briefly on the dehumanizing effects of a woman working in a robot office environment. Most of the other stories in here are pretty mediocre and fail in disturbing or making you think like those warning bells in Volume 1. Especially weak is "S", in which the paths of an anti-robot terrorist group and an assassin Doll that hunts down bootleg robots cross could have been a great story but never really materializes. Probably the biggest failure of Mihara in Volume 2 is the failure to probe the difference between human and robot. Here, the angst of humanity hogs the spotlight and the Dolls are just spectators. Hopefully, Volume 3 will be better.