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都市の最上層にたどり着き、さらにその最上部を目指すチトとユーリ。人工知能が残した地図を頼りに旅を続けるふたりだが、旅の行く末に影を落とすトラブルに見舞われてしまい……。終末世界を生きた少女ふたりの旅路がフィナーレを迎える最終巻! 通常版と同時発売される完全事前予約の限定版には、チトとユーリのオリジナルラバーストラップ2種が付属。デザインは原作者つくみずによる描き下ろし!

30 review for 少女終末旅行 6 【限定版 】 [Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou 6 [Limited Edition]]

  1. 5 out of 5

    Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    God!!! That was so sad 😫. The tv show they made stopped at book 4. I almost feel like I should have left it there but I needed to know what else happened. I ultimately knew what was going to happen but it’s still sad 😕. Wonderful show and books though!! Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾 God!!! That was so sad 😫. The tv show they made stopped at book 4. I almost feel like I should have left it there but I needed to know what else happened. I ultimately knew what was going to happen but it’s still sad 😕. Wonderful show and books though!! Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾

  2. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In the last volume of this series, Chii and Yuu reach the end of their journey. The girls continue their upward trek and gradually lose things along the way - they're too heavy, or they run out. They continue to be tough survivors - there's a scene where they're both enjoying hot water because they're low on everything except water and fuel. Both of them get to experience something that is important to them and makes them happy. Yuu stumbles on coffee and finds she loves it. For Chii, of course, In the last volume of this series, Chii and Yuu reach the end of their journey. The girls continue their upward trek and gradually lose things along the way - they're too heavy, or they run out. They continue to be tough survivors - there's a scene where they're both enjoying hot water because they're low on everything except water and fuel. Both of them get to experience something that is important to them and makes them happy. Yuu stumbles on coffee and finds she loves it. For Chii, of course, it's books. They find the hugest library in creation. I loved the way Yuu was happy for Chii, even though Yuu can't read, and Chii was happy for Yuu, who thinks constantly of food, for the coffee even though Chii thinks it's bitter. It gets worse - the tractor breaks, and the girls have to continue on foot, carrying everything on their backs. Here's where we begin to see what is really important: why carry a gun when you're the only ones on earth? Do you struggle under the weight of books when you're barely making it up the stairs? And when Chii and Yuu make it to the top of everything, it's just them, looking out over a vast landscape of buildings and machinery. But there was also a touch of hope for humanity, as seen in a room they found earlier, that hints of spaceships sent out before the world shut down. This was a wonderfully perfect ending to the series. While I wanted a surprise happy ending for Chii and Yuu, that wouldn't have been authentic to this story so I'm glad the author didn't go there. This manga series is a masterpiece. So quiet, and haunting, with continual solitude and struggle, and our girls helping one another to the end.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sean O'Hara

    After reading this series, I've come to think that the extinction of mankind wouldn't be so tragic, really. After reading this series, I've come to think that the extinction of mankind wouldn't be so tragic, really.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Loz

    Truly one of the best works of philosophy I've ever read. I loved it. The art style is unique and so perfect for the story. High recommend! Truly one of the best works of philosophy I've ever read. I loved it. The art style is unique and so perfect for the story. High recommend!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Good ending. Now I want to see the anime, how they handled the mood and visuals of this story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michael Campbell

    This is a review for the manga as a whole and not this individual volume. The anime for this manga had been on my radar for some time. I knew very little about it, other than it was usually compared to Kino's Journey which I enjoyed. I think I watched the entire anime within a forty-eight-hour period of starting it, and I immediately knew I had to read the manga to find out more. So, I had already read the manga a couple times in unofficial translations by this point, so this isn't exactly my firs This is a review for the manga as a whole and not this individual volume. The anime for this manga had been on my radar for some time. I knew very little about it, other than it was usually compared to Kino's Journey which I enjoyed. I think I watched the entire anime within a forty-eight-hour period of starting it, and I immediately knew I had to read the manga to find out more. So, I had already read the manga a couple times in unofficial translations by this point, so this isn't exactly my first read. I've had plenty of time to process my feelings towards this story, and there was really an extraordinary amount to process. The first thing most people I know who have either seen the anime or read the manga say is it's very depressing. I'll be honest, just looking at the basic plot makes it seem like a horrifically sad and hopeless tale. Yet, I never was hit by any pity for these two girls in this hopeless situation. If anything, I envied them. They were born into a dying and nearly dead world, in a collapsed society built in the ruins of an older collapsed society. They seem to have been separately taken in by an older man after something conceivably happened to their separate sets of parents. That was the only family/parental figure they can remember. They lose him at a very young age and are forced into the world to fend for themselves. They are almost entirely ignorant of humanity, history, morality, and basically anything that we humans take for granted from our social constructs. So, they experience the remnants of this long dead world from an entirely fresh perspective, and it's so well executed to make it breathtaking. I was in constant awe of how effortlessly thought provoking it was. Heavy concepts were given fresh perspective from the eyes of these two unbiased observers. War, death, life, the afterlife, art, music, literature, and that's only the first ones to come to mind. They have one simple purpose, and that's to find their way to the highest level of the multilayered ruins, hoping there's something up there. Yet, the journey comes to mean more to them than the destination. All the experiences they share together on their trek make their lives worthwhile, as unfair as their lives seem. Despite having only each other for almost the entirety of the story, they always had each other. Both of them had one ever faithful and unshakable companion to help them navigate through life. I guess that's why I'm envious of them. The simplicity of their existence, coupled with having a person they loved deeply to get through it with, sounds nice. I suppose that's odd to say about two young girls forced to scrounge for every bit of food and water they can find, but the author herself mentioned feeling envious of them in the afterword. I guess I'm not alone, and that's one of the feelings these manga volumes gave me. I felt that as long as this story existed, and there was an author out there who could invoke these kinds of emotions in me, I'd never be alone. There are so many powerfully emotional scenes that it's hard to even begin going into the finer details of the plot, so I'm not going to do that. I just want to say that I'm not sure if a work of fiction has ever moved me like this. Even the artwork, which I don't have much of an eye for, constantly made me want to sit and appreciate it. Every time I read this, I'm filled with a sense that everything will be okay, in the end, and that life, for all its hardships, is very much worth living.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joe Kerr

    Such a sad ending... though it was filled with awe. The girls come to the end of their journey. And even amongst all the loss, all the despair, all the worry... they still have each other, & love each other. In the end, that's all that matters. Art, rough yet good. Dialogue, interesting. Characters, likeable, loveable, admirable. Such a sad ending... though it was filled with awe. The girls come to the end of their journey. And even amongst all the loss, all the despair, all the worry... they still have each other, & love each other. In the end, that's all that matters. Art, rough yet good. Dialogue, interesting. Characters, likeable, loveable, admirable.

  8. 5 out of 5

    May Fisher-Guest

    "What do you want me to do to help?" "Nothing" "I was joking" I started reading this series with the WaniKani beginner bookclub at the start of the year. Volume 1 read like some post-apocalyptic Lucky*Star, and Volume 2 was just more of the same. Volume 3 was similar, but had some weird bits. Volume 4 took a very sudden weird turn but touching and Volume 5 reminded me they were in some post-apocalyptic wasteland, and I started to feel a little bit concerned. Volume 6 ate my heart for lunch. "What do you want me to do to help?" "Nothing" "I was joking" I started reading this series with the WaniKani beginner bookclub at the start of the year. Volume 1 read like some post-apocalyptic Lucky*Star, and Volume 2 was just more of the same. Volume 3 was similar, but had some weird bits. Volume 4 took a very sudden weird turn but touching and Volume 5 reminded me they were in some post-apocalyptic wasteland, and I started to feel a little bit concerned. Volume 6 ate my heart for lunch.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Terrible ending. I liked the manga a lot up in till the last few chapters, then it just got really dark and depressing.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    I liked the ending a lot more than I thought I was going to.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Meaghan Steeves

    It was the most appropriate ending. Now I look forward to watching the anime.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tay Za Tun

    "It feels like watching a play of your own life where you die at the end, and all the actors come out to take a bow and then you understand how interesting that whole thing was" -Igor Ovsyannikov "And it was my favorite scene I couldn’t tell you what it means But it meant something to me" -Will Toledo Wow. I have been putting off this manga and really anything worth reading cause of irrational reasons, maybe being busy, even if it's just consuming other forms of art on doing practical real-world stuf "It feels like watching a play of your own life where you die at the end, and all the actors come out to take a bow and then you understand how interesting that whole thing was" -Igor Ovsyannikov "And it was my favorite scene I couldn’t tell you what it means But it meant something to me" -Will Toledo Wow. I have been putting off this manga and really anything worth reading cause of irrational reasons, maybe being busy, even if it's just consuming other forms of art on doing practical real-world stuff. I have been away from literature really ever since that quite boring book on architecture that I didn't even bother to review properly. It's good to start reading again with something I'll quite likely remember my whole life from now on. Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou or Girl's Last Tour is about two girls: Chito and Yuu who are climbing up to the top level of the ruins of a mega-city in search of civilization. They drive their little Kettenkrad through these ruins and through the random moments in their daily life during what's most likely a post post apocalyse, they discuss philosophical topics like God and the afterlife, human nature, curiosity, sympathy, immortality, memory, history and such. On their way up, curiously, they act as a sort of ending chapter of humanity/history, recording what appears to be the last of humanity: the last historian, the last aviator, the last artwork... which I must say I haven't seen that anywhere. Maybe this is my lack of experience speaking but I've seen this specific detail only here and nowhere else. Speaking of detail and taking a detour, I must praise the art of this manga. It is splendid, wonderfully balanced between sketchiness and detail. I'm in love with this ruined aesthetic (I must read Blame! soon) Moving Forward, as they climb onwards to the top, they slowly discovering what I can only describe as a meaning of life... This is amazing all and all throughout, I have very few negatives to say because, in my eyes, they seem so trivial that they aren't worth mentioning. The Art is strikingly detailed chaos as I've already mentioned, the aesthetics are on point and the mangaka does well to be as historically accurate while also incorporating future technology. I'm instantly writing this review after reading the manga so if I have more to write I'll add it in the back end, but meanwhile I'm gonna recommend a youtuber's analysis on this manga that I find quite enjoyable and insightful, a little sponsor or plug if you will. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePkNt... I can barely describe why I love this manga so much it's so unconventional compared to other mangas I would give a 10. The two quotes I put at the top are my best attempts at describing my love for Girl's Last Tour, but I think I can do one better I'm a very big fan of music and as such I'm more informed in music than any other form of cultural communication so I just wanted to recommend music that felt like this manga, at least to me. That's the most accurate way I can probably explain this feeling. Music recommendations: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou OST (Anime Soundtrack) {kind of an obvious choice} C418 - Minecraft Volume Alpha (Album) Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven (Album) Kanye West - Ghost Town (Song) The Microphones - II. Solar System (Song) Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Dead Flag Blues (Outro) [Song] Talking Heads - This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) [Song] Paths of Glory - The Faithful Hussar [Song] {The song at the end of the film Paths of Glory}

  13. 5 out of 5

    Idan Niv

    I really liked this manga, it was well paced, the art was nice, and it gave a very similar vibe to episodic anime such as Kino’s Journey and Cowboy Bebop. The last volume was particularly great, despite what the character designs would suggest this manga has a very subtle melancholic feel to it which made some of the implications throughout the story and especially the ending very powerful. I might watch the anime someday, though apparently it adapted only 32 chapters out of 47 so it’s probably no I really liked this manga, it was well paced, the art was nice, and it gave a very similar vibe to episodic anime such as Kino’s Journey and Cowboy Bebop. The last volume was particularly great, despite what the character designs would suggest this manga has a very subtle melancholic feel to it which made some of the implications throughout the story and especially the ending very powerful. I might watch the anime someday, though apparently it adapted only 32 chapters out of 47 so it’s probably not as satisfying.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gaz Watson

    Heart breaking, I could see how it would end, but even so when it happened it destroyed me. I don’t think a comic has ever made me cry before, but this one did. All 6 volumes were amazing.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Wen

    so so good

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Perhaps not what it could have been, but a compelling journey all the same. Series thoughts: https://derailmentsofthought.com/2019... Perhaps not what it could have been, but a compelling journey all the same. Series thoughts: https://derailmentsofthought.com/2019...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lucy

    Two girls in a post-apocalyptical world looking for survival and trying to reach the last level of a hierarchal city, where everything is ruined by war and humans are all gone. The anime was also great but for some reason, they didn't make the last two volumes of the manga. But since these are crucial to getting to the point of the story as a whole, make sure to read the last two volumes. I got to enjoy the dialogues on life, its value, war, humans as they went along on their day-to-day journey Two girls in a post-apocalyptical world looking for survival and trying to reach the last level of a hierarchal city, where everything is ruined by war and humans are all gone. The anime was also great but for some reason, they didn't make the last two volumes of the manga. But since these are crucial to getting to the point of the story as a whole, make sure to read the last two volumes. I got to enjoy the dialogues on life, its value, war, humans as they went along on their day-to-day journey and tried to keep on surviving. Also, it was the first anime (manga) I got to watch (read) that covered parts of Albert Camus Philosophy on nihilism and embracing the absurdity of life and living through that, even though you don't find many answers you're looking for. "Why live? Why not live?" The Characters were outstanding, totally different but a great complement to each other to get through this journey, Chito as the brain of the team, quiet, thoughtful, and smart while Yuuri the funny, gluttonous, strong character as the body of the team. Those sincere emotions and actions toward living life without any pretentious aspects were one of the things I completely fell in love with since a tank and a little amount of food and a few books were all they had and they kept finding joy in all the simple moments in the anime/manga like when they used the raindrops to make a music-like sound and truly enjoying it, without any great effort to make something complicated or special to enjoy. Rain Song (view spoiler)[ Did I find the end gloomy and morose? Absolutely not, that I can surely call a well-paved journey ^^ (hide spoiler)]

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tvrtko Balić

    A perfect conclusion to a brilliant series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Hannah ♥️

    I have no words. Best Manga ever. Talk to me when I've recovered... in maybe a few years... or centuries... #imnotcryingyourecrying I have no words. Best Manga ever. Talk to me when I've recovered... in maybe a few years... or centuries... #imnotcryingyourecrying

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jake Bunger

    I honestly didn't want to read it to the end, because then the book wouldn't be over. 😔 I honestly didn't want to read it to the end, because then the book wouldn't be over. 😔

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jasna

    Understated, funny, melancholic, slice of life, thought-provoking, whimsical, with moments of quiet and patient dread. I gradually liked the series more and more as it developed the lovable characters and environment. While slice of life sometimes can seem like a lot of "filler" with no point, this series felt very minimalistic -- just the essentials, everything deliberately chosen, with a combination of panicking, dark, and light-hearted scenes to build the world and the two main characters' re Understated, funny, melancholic, slice of life, thought-provoking, whimsical, with moments of quiet and patient dread. I gradually liked the series more and more as it developed the lovable characters and environment. While slice of life sometimes can seem like a lot of "filler" with no point, this series felt very minimalistic -- just the essentials, everything deliberately chosen, with a combination of panicking, dark, and light-hearted scenes to build the world and the two main characters' relationship and personalities (plus the small smattering of secondary characters, all so unique and contributing different perspectives and ways of living in this post-apocalyptic world). I especially appreciate the maps and terse reflections from Tsukumizu at the end of each volume. Certainly one of my favorite series with a satisfying, albeit sad ending -- though also not "sad" in the traditional sense. It felt Buddhist, with the characters becoming enlightened to how things are and becoming at peace with that and for what they still have -- their love for and companionship for each other, and eliminating almost the illusion of separate identities as they become one with each other and the world. The emptiness at the top is what I expected, which is good here (though I didn't expect the peaceful resignation, which is also good!). If it turned out to be a huge society of people still living or a green oasis at the top, that wouldn't have made sense.

  22. 5 out of 5

    alichu

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wow, this was one sad but a great ending to a series! As someone that originally watched the anime first, it was great to see how the story really ended. I've read that some people find this series a little slow, which I could see for the first couple of chapters. However, it really picks up if you keep reading, and it's definitely worth finishing- just have some tissues ready and time for laying in your bed reflecting about life. While this doesn't really matter in the big picture because I thin Wow, this was one sad but a great ending to a series! As someone that originally watched the anime first, it was great to see how the story really ended. I've read that some people find this series a little slow, which I could see for the first couple of chapters. However, it really picks up if you keep reading, and it's definitely worth finishing- just have some tissues ready and time for laying in your bed reflecting about life. While this doesn't really matter in the big picture because I think it's clear how it ended, I couldn't help but wonder if the girls used their last explosive in the end. I had to go back and forth a few times in the panels, and it seems that more of the slab they were leaning on was visible on the last page. Or maybe I was just looking into it too much. Nonetheless, wonderful series, and I would 10/10 recommend it!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Pip

    A strong finish. Emotional, even though you know that it has been all leading up to it. Glad I read the series, even though I didn't like the way it started and I didn't appreciate the same structure in each volume. Though one should keep in mind that it's a unique Japanese style, a healing slice of life, so perhaps my expectations were wrong. The setting and simple characters will stick with me for a time to come. A strong finish. Emotional, even though you know that it has been all leading up to it. Glad I read the series, even though I didn't like the way it started and I didn't appreciate the same structure in each volume. Though one should keep in mind that it's a unique Japanese style, a healing slice of life, so perhaps my expectations were wrong. The setting and simple characters will stick with me for a time to come.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Hopeless Rather grim manga about the possible future of Humanity on Earth. The whole Earth turned into a big Urban layer cake with too many people which becomes too complex to maintain and collapses. A,mega decline in civilization and population die off. I was hoping the two girls would find a cache of food supplies at least and a warm shelter.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amber Myers

    What a heartbreaking yet sweet story. Very bittersweet and a little haunting despite being a fairly simple and rather short story. A little slow at times but a quick read. A good story depicting the joy in living despite the circumstances. So much I feel I could say about this series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Casey Pace

    I loved it. It’s been a couple months since I read volume 5, so I definitely wanna reread it all at some point, to feel and experience this journey all in one go. The vibe is just so immaculate and the world and setting is just so interesting. Altogether just a really great and unique experience.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jinx

    Wow, this series was incredible, from the art style to the story to everything in between. Just beautiful. I am so glad I got the chance to read this.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Hurley

    I was going to write a big, waxing review about how this contains some of the purest despair possible in the anime/manga medium but the last two volumes dip into self-parody. So much for that

  29. 5 out of 5

    thi

    calming but also anxiety driving, eerie but also peaceful, fun but also solemn .. what an interesting and unique to me read :’)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Solim

    4.5/5 Sad volume and sad ending. Life is like that sometimes. Hope is the main thing that keeps people going.

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