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Is Tomie and Nanno the same?

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Is Tomie and Nanno the same? Nanno has subtle devilish powers like Tomie. Besides Kanako, Nanno also has similar devilish traits to Tomie, the titular star of the Japanese horror manga series, Tomie. Netizens have even started a thread on their identical sinister traits. Like Nanno, Tomie displays succubus-like features throughout her story.

Is Tomie good or evil? Her personality is shown to be evil – she manipulates people, she is the ‘villain’ of the story, so when men rage, abuse and eventually murders her, we are told that this is what she deserves.

Why did Junji Ito create Tomie? Tomie was inspired by the death of one of his classmates. Ito felt strange that a boy he knew suddenly disappeared from the world, and he kept expecting the boy to show up again; from this came the idea of a girl who is supposed to have died but then just shows up as if nothing had happened.

Why does Tomie have another face? Tomie’s body lies in the back of his van but she is not dead – the boyfriend says he could never kill her. Oota manages to get her body into the incinerator and burns it successfully, but her ashes soon gather together and create her face in the air before Oota.

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What does Tomie do to men?

Tomie acts like a succubus, possessing an undisclosed power to make any man fall in love with her. Through her mere presence, or through psychological and emotional manipulation, she drives these people into jealous rages that often lead to brutal acts of violence.

What kind of demon is Tomie?

Tomie is just one version of a story we’ve heard about women over and over. She is the succubus whose beauty drains men of their life and the siren who compels sailors to throw themselves into the ocean. The cruel, conniving woman who “gets what she deserves” after her manipulation of a man blows up in her face.

Who can resist Tomie?

The youngest, Hiroya, is hideously ugly and is shunned by society and bullied by his brothers. He is the only one immune to Tomie’s powers.

Does Tomie feel pain?

Sure, she can regenerate, but this means that she has to get murdered and chopped into pieces every single time, and we know she can feel pain. Not to mention that any temper tantrum or other sudden stress can lead to a tumor growing out of her head, a process which she appears to find extremely distressing.

Is Tomie a victim?

Although she gets mutilated and then killed, she is never the victim. Her personality is shown to be evil – she manipulates people, she is the ‘villain’ of the story, so when men rage, abuse and eventually murders her, we are told that this is what she deserves. Tomie Manga Cover. Artwork by Junji Ito.

What is the scariest Junji Ito story?

Tomie is a tragic yet terrifying story of a young girl that preys on men, luring them and taking advantage of their lust to lead them to their inevitable death in order to feed her cannibalistic tendencies. While very similar to a succubus, Tomie herself is far from the only monster in the story.

Does Tomie have a father?

Tomie’s “father” turns out to be a disguised Satoru Takagi, who has been looking for a way to stop Tomie regenerating. He loses his disguise after she slaps him.

Is Tomie OK for kids?

This book is rated “T+” for Older Teens and with good reason. The stories contained within stick with you long after the book is closed. The chapters might be considered a series of separate incidents if not for Tomie’s appearance in all of them. And just who is Tomie?

What happened to the real Tomie?

Tomie Kawakami was murdered on her way back from a school trip. Her body was found in dozens of pieces and the killer hasn’t been caught.

How is Tomie pronounced?

Now, both names are kind of funny to spell because Tomie is T-O-M-I-E, which was the spelling I got as a child from my mother. But it’s pronounced “Tommy,” like T-O-M-M-Y. My last name is “De-Powl-a”, not “de-pay-o-la,” even though there’s an A before the O.

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