BANANA FISH 2

BANANA FISH 2 バナナフィッシュの謎を追い始めたアッシュは、暗黒街のボス、ディノ・ゴルツィネに逆らい、彼の部下マービンに捕えられてしまった。ひとり脱出した英二の通報により警察が駆けつけるが、その時アッシュを慕っていた子分のスキップが殺されてしまった。怒ったアッシュは警察の制止をふりきって、マービンを追いかけた。だが、ディノは素早く手を打っていた。追いかけて行った先にはマービンの射殺死体があり、アッシュは殺人犯として逮捕されるはめに陥った。未成年でありながら凶悪犯として刑務所に送られた彼は、そこでやはりバナナフィッシュの謎を追っているジャーナリスト、マックス・ロボと出会う…。

吉田 秋生.

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  • 188 pages
  • BANANA FISH 2
  • Akimi Yoshida
  • Japanese
  • 24 May 2017

10 thoughts on “BANANA FISH 2

  1. says:

    that Eiji look with the black tank top and the off-one-shoulder shirt ? iconic

  2. says:

    This is the first book I finished for 2019 and it shattered my heart into millions of pieces.

    Reading the second volume of Banana Fish is a rollercoaster ride for me. I found myself at the edge of my seat. There is a lot of shocking revelations that I felt my mind stopped processing everything that I have just read.

    I have never encountered a character who is more disgusting than Dino Golzine. Marvin, too. That bastard deserved to die. I hope Dino, Arthur, and his whole squad rots soon in hell. Let us not forget that prick from the police who framed Ash. And for most of the people from the prison who did that to Ash, I hope you get served with the most disgusting jail food everyday and rot there in jail forever.

    Ash's past was hinted at this volume and I felt my heart clenching into too much pain. I can't believe I lived after reading that. The pain was too unbearable to read. Thanks Banana Fish, I didn't need my heart anyway.

    Remember when Eiji returned back from Ash's room after he tried to convince him to talk? That was a whole lot of mood for the whole volume.

    I found myself cheering for Ash Lynx the whole time. And Max Lobo is a blessing in disguise. I can't thank his character enough.

    I hope the next volume is not heavy as this. I'm not sure if my heart can take too much pain. 😭

  3. says:

    what the fuckitty fuck

  4. says:

    Eiji is a beautiful cinnamon roll that must be protected at all costs.

  5. says:

    *HUGE ASS TW//: pedophilia, child abuse, child pornography, rape.

    Ugh, gods. I was very uncomfortable almost the entire time reading this. I absolutely despise that Marvin guy, Arthur, Papa Dino and his whole bunch. And that police officer working with them was such an asshole, I can't even. Also the victim blaming towards Ash in the prison, WHAT THE FUCK.

    Anyway, moving on. I'm glad Eiji got a bit of a spotlight in this one and I loved Shorter, I want to see more of them both.
    I can't get enough of Ash and Eiji's dynamic and the action-packed scenes are pretty good. I'm really intrigued about Griffin as well.

    Here's to hoping the next volume isn't as disgusting.

  6. says:

    4.5
    I think this volume definitely got into the more interesting part of the story and I really liked seeing Eiji being brave and taking things into his own hands (even if not everything went according to plan). Ash's backstory is slowly being unveiled and honestly I hate having to see it all over again because it truly makes me sick.

  7. says:

    Oh BOOOOOOOY

    BIG TRIGGER WARNING for pedophilia, mentions of kiddy p*rn and rape.

    ASH MY BB BOI NOOOOOOO. Life has been so horrible to you and it's just getting worse and worse 😭😭😭😭😭😭 and sweet Eiji omg I'm in too deep with this series already

  8. says:

    A lot happened in this volume. Us getting to know Eiji a little bit more, more of Ash's backstory, a little insight on what Banana Fish is. It was really interesting and upsetting to see things happening again.

  9. says:

    4/5 stars. The pacing picked up a bit in this volume, though it was still overall a slow volume. We see quite a bit of corruption from the police and the law itself, making these exceptions to send Ash to the most dangerous place possible. We see him navigating through prison with the help of his cell-mate, Max.

    In this volume, Skipper is shot literally like ten pages in which was still quite sad, I would’ve liked to see more of him. Ash was framed in the murder of Marvin and taken to be questioned. The detective or more like, the asshole, forced Ash to relive some horrible childhood memories. In order to help Ash, Charlie sent Eiji to try to convince him to not do anything reckless that will get him killed. Max, who is in prison, is asked to watch over Ash as there is much danger from Golzine there. Ingenious Ash really kicked in with that trick to get Eiji the message, we love a revolutionary. I’m sorry, this is totally not relevant to the plot, but Eiji wearing that palm-tree patterned button up with that tank-top those shades and those high-waisted shorts... boi got fashion. Eiji is on his way to find Shorter and relay him Ash’s message but has a run-in by Golzine’s men. Meanwhile in prison, Ash is trying to get more information on what Banana Fish is exactly, via Max who was a reporter.

  10. says:

    If you thought that Ash's station in life was tenuous in Volume 1 of Banana Fish, you'll find that it's taken a distinct turn for the worse in Volume 2. His best friend is dead, killed by a monster from Ash's childhood, who himself turns up dead, and Ash is framed for the murder. In prison for a crime he did not commit, Ash must find a way to survive the dangers of prison. What Ash learns about his unwanted prison protector does nothing to help him come to terms with what has happened to his brother, or to finding the truth about the elusive "Banana Fish."

    The second volume of Banana Fish continues the tale of Ash and the tumultuous life he leads in his attempts to survive life in the youth gangs of New York City and to find out what happened to his brother in jungles of Vietnam. Ash has a number of people looking out for him, much to his dismay, but he's going to need all the help he can get, as there are an equal or greater number of people who'd like to see him dead. Character conflict and mystery drive this story, and I suspect I will remain hooked throughout the rest of the series.

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to read Volume 3.

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