Top 15 Messed Up Manga Series That Are Really, Really Bad

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7. Bradherley no Basha by Samura Hiroaki

Illustrated and written by Samura Hiroaki, this manga will definitely make you regret reading it. 

Set at the beginning of the 20th century, the story is about the notorious aristocrat Nicola A. Bradherley who enjoys visiting orphanages and adopting abandoned little girls. They think that he does so because he wishes to train them to join his opera troupe; however, that is not the real reason. 

These innocent pre-teen girls soon realize that their savior is actually a monster in disguise who sells little girls to rapists and prisoners while the guards watch the show. However, they realize that only when it is too late. 

The images of innocent girls being being violated until they die are enough to make you have nightmares until the end of your life. Since there is no consolation or character development, everything is done purely for the shock value… and shocking it is. 

6. Mai-chan’s Everyday Life by Waita Uziga

Mai-chan is a 17-year-old girl who works as a maid and possesses a strange ability – to regenerate from any possible injury in a short period of time. You might think that living with this ability is cool – you simply cannot die if you get hit by a car or someone tries to murder you. 

However, in Mai-chan’s case, it is actually more of a curse than a blessing. That is because Mai-chan works as a maid for clients with the most disturbing needs and fetishes. Since she cannot die, they fulfill their sick fantasies by torturing her, dismembering her and other cruel things. 

This manga is written and illustrated by Waita Uziga who is famous for his ultra-violent style in both drawing and writing. His style can certainly make you feel sick to your stomach and with a good reason. 

However, besides the gruesome images, there is no depth nor anything else worth your attention. 

5. School Days by Sakazuki Homare & Overflow

Written by Overflow and illustrated by Sakazuki Homare, School Days is a romance manga that is about a love relationship between three high school students. 

Two pretty girls, Kotonoha Katsura and Sekai Saionji are both in love with a boy Makoto Ito. However, he falls in love with Katsura at first but later on develops feelings for his close friend Saionji as well. He is not sure which girl is the one, and his inability to properly express his feelings will result in jealousy, betrayal and teenage angst. 

This might seem like a typical shoujo manga, but the stereotypical characters and mediocre romance make it one of the worst. There is also a bloody and gory twist at the end that many readers found random and completely irritating. 

The absurd finale is what disappointed most who believed that the sudden shift of characters’ personalities was unnecessary and lame. 

4. Fraction by Shintaro Kago

Shintaro Kago is pretty infamous in Japan for being a manga artist who is quite disturbing when it comes to his style, also called “fashionable paranoia.” He often uses satire in his works, but what makes him infamous is that his favorite subjects often include extreme body mutilations and modifications, disgusting fetishes and sex. 

His drawing are often hard to look at and the more you look at them, the more disturbing they become. Such is his short manga series called Fraction. 

This manga contains a bunch of short stories but it also follows a serial killer who goes through a series of scary, crazy and twisted transformations. 

There is no plot or character development and nothing really happens, except that you are presented with some really extreme and completely terrible fetishes that you have probably never even heard of before. 

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