Doubt – Wolf in rabbit's clothing


The Horror of Horror
Well-executed horror stories are rare gems. I’ll admit that I’m no authority on the subject (ergo a quick departure from anime and manga as the centerpiece of discussion), but these days it’s just so damned hard to find a good horror movie that I practically trip over myself on the way to the video store when one is actually released. Nowadays, horror flick screenwriters and directors rely almost entirely on shock value to produce a film. The modern rendition of a good thriller is little more than a visual rollercoaster ride that keeps you physically gripping the armrests rather than mentally gripping your sanity. Armed with multi-channel bass stabs and macabre imagery, producers struggle to conquer the horror genre’s unassailable canon — psychology; intoxicated by their newfound digital capabilities, they easily forget that terror is not just high-definition buckets of gore and cheap scares, but that it’s also engendered by the grotesque thoughts that creep into your brain and remain festering there hours after the screen has gone blank or the last page has been turned — psychology. This is why I am obsessed with Doubt. It’s an excellent reminder that a comic with a minimum of visual effects can be just as creepy as a movie. Many thanks to Manga King Extrange for recommending this one, as I’ll be taking a short break from Natsume Yuujin-chou to decide whether or not I want to continue blogging it.


Rabbit Doubt
Doubt reminds me of a few successful contemporary iterations of the horror genre for two reasons. The first and more obvious of the two is that the story is constructed around a twisted game of wits called ‘Rabbit Doubt’. At first impression it appears to be another incarnation of the Saw franchise, but takes little time to distinguish itself as strong concept in its own right. The second is that Yoshiki Tonogai forgoes most of the token background story in order to focus exclusively on this heinous mindfuck of a game. The manga dumps you right into the action after only a chapter of preparation, and the remaining chapters are spent creeping around dark corners in search of the Wolf. Thrillers are often best served without the trimmings, with no time wasted harping on and on a boring sidestory. This is especially accurate if you are the type to not require highly plausible circumstances to put you in the mood. Remember, it’s horror; it’s not supposed to make tons of sense. Doubt is just that—a lean, mean rabbit-crunching machine, and thankfully not much else.

The game is almost insultingly simple: a Wolf infiltrates a group of Rabbits by pretending to be one of their own and slowly picks them off one-by-one while keeping the Rabbits confused about its identity. The Wolf’s goal is to trick the Rabbits into suspecting and sacrificing the wrong Rabbit, while it continues its conquest unfettered. As stated, it is a game of wits to see whether the Wolf or the Rabbits will survive in the end. According to the story, Rabbit Doubt has become insanely popular in Japan, and students identify each other as potential players by carrying rabbit-shaped cell phone straps or other conspicuous insignia. Yuu Aikawa meets up with his usual crew at a karaoke bar to start another game of Rabbit Doubt when [SPOILER] happens and they all awaken to find themselves in a darkened, abandoned building, partitioned by a maze of magnetically locked doors. What was only supposed to be a game has suddenly become reality.


Six people may seem too few to craft an impenetrable whodunit, but it is not. In reality, it is an ideal number of participants—too few to keep you confused, but one too many for you to easily deduce the identity of the Wolf. Tonogal gets genius points for meticulously weaving each of the characters into an actual game of survival. They are not marionettes dancing insipidly toward certain doom, but real people who, due to minor slip-ups or inconvenient lapses of mental stamina, make poor choices that gradually hammer the game into place as each chapter passes. Instead of depending on elaborate traps created by a mythical super-sicko with too much time on his hands (the building notwithstanding), Rabbit Doubt relies mostly on the characters’ fear-crazed imaginations to set itself into motion. It is a self-fulfilling prophecy that comes true simply because the rules of Rabbit Doubt are still fresh in their heads, requiring only a few well-placed rabbit masks, cryptic text messages and bloody murders to keep itself going.

Final Thoughts
What is truly interesting about Doubt, besides trying to guess the Wolf’s identity before everyone is murdered, is observing the psychological and emotional changes in Yuu and his friends, as well as the way their interactions change; for instance, the way Hajime consistently relies on coolheaded observations even in the face of mortal danger, or Haruka’s abrupt descent into batshit so deep that she ties up her childhood friend and tries to beat a confession out of him after she discovers that he lied about his barcode. Each of the characters ultimately arrives at the gruesome realization that their alliances rest on shifting ground, as just enough clues are available to label each person a legitimate suspect, but not enough to tip the scales in anyone’s favor. The dialogue is sagging with subtext and subtle hints, making for immense replay (reread) value.


But enough said. Just read it (alone and in the dark, like I did). It flows smoothly and will go by quickly. Only two volumes of Doubt have been completed so far, and the manga is still being serialized. Shocking revelations can be expected in Chapter 14, which is scheduled for release on August 12th. I’m interested to hear speculations on the identity of the wolf from those who have already read up to Chapter 13. Please use spoiler warnings!

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  1. Posted August 6, 2008 at 9:42 pm | Permalink

    Well, hats off to the creator, because my suspiscions jumped all over the place, but now it seems that everyone’s dead, I have no idea who it is. I’m in avid anticipation of the OMFG! moment.

  2. Kkira_Dementia
    Posted August 6, 2008 at 10:18 pm | Permalink

    Oh man. I LOVE this series. The suspense of the Wolf’s identity is slowly tearing me apart.

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  3. turtly
    Posted August 6, 2008 at 10:42 pm | Permalink

    I always read new releases of this manga around midnight. The latest chapter had me on the edge of my seat!

  4. Olivia
    Posted August 6, 2008 at 11:12 pm | Permalink

    I was wondering… did you say the teens themsevles decide who’s the wolf? Because my guess is this: none of them are… they just get paranoid to the point that they think everyone else is the wolf, so they’ll kill one for their own protection. Say there’s only two people left, each one will think the other one is the wolf, so they’ll try to kill one another. The person who remains is actually the “wolf,” because he/she killed all others for her own protection. The person who got them in the situation just wanted to have “fun,” because he’s a psychopath.

  5. Posted August 7, 2008 at 1:58 am | Permalink

    @Omisyth – Yea, kudos to Tonogal for sure. If it holds that the wolf was one of the students that has already been introduced (and not Yuu), either someone faked their death or there could have been multiple wolves (meaning that the real wolf might have arranged the situation so that they were played against each other from the very beginning, and used one or more of the other students as pawns in the killings to shift the apparent blame.)

    @ Olivia – That’s a possibility also. Part of the “beauty” of that situation is that students/teens might have been responsible for perpetuating the illusion of a wolf while the real villain just sat back and watched in glee.

  6. Yami
    Posted August 7, 2008 at 7:23 am | Permalink

    this manga actually reminds me of this one movie called Mindhunters. it’s about a group of young FBI agents that have to go through a training program which would help them solve cases with serial murders in the future .so they are brought by their chief to this remote island where the training should take place but then they are attacked and killed by a serial killer that can only be one of the team members.

  7. Posted August 7, 2008 at 7:29 am | Permalink

    @Olivia: I think that it’s the whole point. When humans are grouped together and you start saying that there is someone in this place that is in fact a murderer, paranoia sets in. It is particularly normal in a scenario where they are locked and they have to find the “murderer” among the innocent. I will say that when humans are forced to be driven toward finding a way to survive, they will do absolutely anything.

    I got a feeling that the Wolf is perhaps Mitsuki simply because she is the only female in the whole game (or the only person) that has not been confirmed somewhat as dead. However, I cannot figure out the motivation for doing that at all. It seems way too strange.

    Anyway, I have the same feeling whenever I read Doubt. It completely freaks me out, yet is so intriguing. I cannot wait for the next chapter to find out the true WOLF.

  8. Posted August 7, 2008 at 8:00 pm | Permalink

    I blame Impz for getting me sucked into this, oddly enough he recommended it during a convo about Shoujo mangas!

    I like horror, psychological thrillers, so this is right in the ballpark for me.

    I was thinking Mitzuki too, but in the latest chapter the clothing seems to suggest a guy, unless that is just to throw us off. But for some reason she seems a bit suspicious to me…

    Or its someone we haven’t even met yet, I mean we hadn’t met the scarred guy before he turned up, so its possible there is someone else walking around that we don’t know about.

    Gah I can’t wait for the next chapter.

  9. Maipeisu
    Posted August 7, 2008 at 9:39 pm | Permalink

    @Impz, @D.J: [SPOILER] Yea, Mitsuki seems like a viable candidate. We know the least about her origins, she appeared in that strange book of profiles despite being an “accidental” addition to the game, and she cannot be confirmed as dead. More than that (and stop me if I’m wrong), but wasn’t there a frame showing her holding one of those stakes behind her back? Sooner or later I’m gonna sift through everything again for kicks.

  10. Veggies
    Posted August 8, 2008 at 2:09 am | Permalink

    Mitsuki seems like the only remaining candidate if we’ve seen the truth to this point in time. There’s the oddities with her phone conversation in chapter one and why she was at the meeting place in the first place. And yeah from chapter 8-13 onward, it kind of points to her. Ch10, pg10 it does look like she’s carrying one of the stakes. it’d also explain the hesitation in the wolf killing Yuu in ch12.

    If the POV of the narrator is untrustworthy, then we can also leave Rei in as a potential for the rabbit. We can deduce this from her background with the whole hypnotism thing and having time to set herself up as ‘dead’. Also has the convenience of being unseen due to the locked door issues. Also, normally in Wolf people don’t die just as the game starts, it has to at least be the first night.

    Most interesting thing, w/o being too far-fetched would be if there were two wolves and one is already dead. That raises a whole lot of possibilities and subtext for the previous chapters. The manga is really interesting and a fun take on something I’ve played on IRC and message boards. :)

  11. Posted August 8, 2008 at 2:39 am | Permalink

    @Maipeisu: Nice post, I’m glad I’ve pushed you into manga reviews. You still need some time to learn how to better format pics and text, but it’s a great beginning. But you could have remarked that there are 2 mangas called Doubt, one of them being a shoujo. It helps people when they are looking for it.

    @Olivia@ Someone started the kills, that means someone is the Wolf.

    @Yami: I saw that movie, and the trap setting was more similar to SAW plots than to a Wolf game. Nevertheless, the basis are similar.

    @Veggies: the 2 Wolf theory is my view too. But I’ll be a bastard and drop even more doubt: Who’s really dead? Most of them are only seen briefly after they die and the mangaka doesn’t give us enough details to ensure if they are really dead. A quick change of clothes or pre-fixed corpses would easily do the trick to fool a bunch of scared kids.

  12. Posted August 8, 2008 at 5:54 am | Permalink


    OMG my brain hurts everytime I think about who the wolf is… The wolf can’t be Haruka anymore since her head is decapitated, it can neither be Eiji for he lost his other hand: the wolf has two hands… For me, I agree with all of those Mitsuki theories… Mitsuki’s kinda attached to Yuu that’s why it is the reason that he still lives on the game. She has connections with the previous killings that happened (Yuu is fond of Rei that’s why she became jealous and Eiji died because she doesn’t like him ^^) Her face isn’t also showed when she was killed so maybe it can be Haruka’s body-switched with uniforms… Her dad may be the accomplice since he’s the only other character besides from the six.

    I hope the ending would be great and would not be cheap and stupid like ‘it was all a dream’ or ‘Rei hypnotized them all’… That would totally suck…

  13. ukyo
    Posted August 9, 2008 at 1:19 pm | Permalink

    Who I believe is the Wolf list:
    6 Yuu: He has caught the Wolf.
    5 Haruka: Her barcode was tested twice and she lost her head.
    4 Mitsuki: Was locked up when Eiji was killed, however if there are two Wolves then I believe that she is the second. Why would the Wolf cut off Eiji’s barcode when they could use it to escape and come back later to save her?
    3 Hajime: He was with Yuu when the Wolf was still in the room where Eiji was killed.
    2 Rei: We’ve seen her death I know, however I have never seen a horror story in which one of the main characters is killed that quickly.
    1 Eiji: We saw the Wolf and then the next time we saw a hanging body. He’s the only one who we haven’t seen together with anyone else when someone was murdered.
    I didn’t count any outsiders in this list.

    Some things which we should keep in mind:
    -We didn’t see Mitsuki and Eiji’s faces after they were killed.
    -Mitsuki was according to Hajime taking away by the Wolf. If he’s lying then he would be the Wolf. If he’s telling the truth then someone who’s alive should be the Wolf.
    -If they find Haruka’s body and take down Mitsuki’s body to use their codes to retrieve Rei’s barcode, then they can escape.
    -Why is Mitsuki on the list?
    -Why is Rei’s cellphone used by the Wolf, while he/she apparently knows Hajime number as well?
    -After Eiji was killed, they got a call saying it was for her love. Was the voice from Haruka or from a different girl as they didn’t know for sure if it was her.

    Yuu has no barcode as they could have used it to escape and make him a suspect.
    Rei ‘lost’ her bunny.
    Mitsuki wasn’t one of the original players.

    I can’t wait to see who the Wolf is

    Posted August 9, 2008 at 2:17 pm | Permalink

    OMG yay someone’s written bout it here!!! I luved that series, really kept me guessing. Seriously i couldn’t decide on who was the wolf and i even bet on it with my friends who read it, though we all ended up losing the bet XD cuz basiclly everyonee xcept Yuu died… really who the hell is the wold

  15. Hayate-sama
    Posted August 9, 2008 at 9:17 pm | Permalink

    Something to remind everybody that the barcode is placed where everybody can easy use it to open the door ( hand, neck,…. ) but why Rei code is on her leg and she is using an wheel chair ? Except for the fact that the Wolf intended to kill her from the very beginning.

  16. Loco Cookie
    Posted August 10, 2008 at 11:18 am | Permalink

    Personally, I think Mitsuki is the Wolf. I also think her dad might be in on the game, and is helping her. Also, in the color spreads where all the characters are wearing rabbit masks, Mitsuki’s mask looks like the one the Wolf is wearing. The “For the one I love” message may be for Yuu, and Mitsuki is ‘protecting’ him. Yuu also forgot Mitsuki’s birthday, or something important, as when she says, “Did you forget? Tomorrow is my-” Before getting cut off. Also, when Mitsuki is seen holding the stake, afterwards, her wound starts bleeding. Mitsuki may have used the stake to open it again. The stake also seems to have a bit of blood on it. Also, how would Mitsuki have found her barcode, when it’s on her neck. She’s in the player book too. Also, her body shown on the screen has too big boobs for Mitsuki, more like Haruka’s. The body shown could just be a picture edited for that purpose anyway. Also, Mitsuki was found after Eiji was killed, and his hand was conveniently attatched to his phone, which was in view. Eiji’s code was on his hand, which opened Mitsuki’s room. That seems a little odd to me.

  17. ukyo
    Posted August 10, 2008 at 11:39 am | Permalink

    That’s why I believe Mituski is the second Wolf to help the first. The Wolf put the barcode of Eiji nearby in order to save her, meaning he didn’t have to save her. If he had to her cover would have been destroyed. I noticed the boobs as well, however Mitsuki’s boobs are to big for the real Wolf. Also Mitsuki saw her barcode in the mirror.

  18. Loco Cookie
    Posted August 11, 2008 at 8:30 pm | Permalink

    In the mirror? Makes sense. Maybe Yuu will be killed in the end, and Mitsuki and the other Wolf will continue the game. Or Yuu will escape and try to stop the game once and for all, because maybe it continues on elsewhere, or with other people. That would be awesome! 14 chapters is too short for a manga this great. Or, in a really insane twist, Yuu is the other wolf, and the perspective we have from him and his thoughts aren’t what’s really happening. Anyways, I just want to see what Tonogai Yoshiki has in store for us.

  19. Fuggawugga
    Posted August 12, 2008 at 2:31 pm | Permalink

    Hajime could be the other wolf. In the first chapter Haruka says Hajime had things to do at his university so he couldn’t come. Later, Hajime says Yuu sent him a text saying the meeting had been cancelled. Hajime also seems to find a lot of things about others, such as the article about Eiji. It would be hard for someone who didn’t know the place to find objects randomly.

  20. Achaetey
    Posted August 12, 2008 at 11:11 pm | Permalink

    I love this manga so much, it’s amazing, I personally think the wolf is Mitsuki’s dad, he’s the only character that’s been mentioned but never seen, Yuu knows him so when he removes the mask he would know and in the first chapter Yuu says, “You get along well with your dad don’t you?” it seems like a sentence that has to be disproved, that’s my theory anyway

  21. Posted August 13, 2008 at 6:16 am | Permalink

    Sorry guys for the lack of commentage; I’ve been away on vacation. Hope you all are as excited as I am for the next chapter. I wonder if I should do a post on it…

    @Veggies: Yes, Mitsuki seems to have a lot of evidence stacked up against her. It could just be to throw us off, though. I’ve thought that Rei’s death was suspicious as well, but then again, we cannot be sure when exactly the game ‘officially’ started (we don’t know when Rei got the message on her cell phone.) In the wolf’s mind, it may have started before Yuu and his friends even woke up in the mental hospital. I’ve always thought that there might be two wolves involved, either that, or that someone faked their death.

    @kanzeon: Good call on Mitsuki’s relationship business. Those are valid points, the ones about her feelings for each character. However, we have to keep in mind that she did not know anyone else (except for Yuu) until she supposedly ‘bumped’ into them on the street. That’s the story, anyway.

    @ukyo: Number four is a good point, adds credence to the two wolf theory. Actually, all of them are damn good points. I’m curious as to why the guy drugged and planted in front of the surveillance monitors was there in the first place. If he is the remnants of a previous game, perhaps someone is orchestrating the whole thing by planting wolves in the game, using threats as leverage. Or, he could be like the ‘dead guy’ from the first Saw, only pretending to be dead.

    @ANIMEKRAZY123: (That’s a fun name.) Glad you are liking the manga.

    @Hayate-sama: I get the impression that the barcodes are situated in places that *other* people can use, maybe as a motivation to kill people in order to escape the hospital. That would be an interesting way to mix things up. How the hell did the guy have enough time to tattoo barcodes on them, anyway? If it were anything other than a tattoo, it could/would wash off, right? Do any of the characters have a good sense of how long each of them has been out?

    @Loco Cookie: Your boob observation is AWESOME rofl. I hadn’t really considered Mitsuki’s father, but he was with her when she ran into Yuu, now that you mention it. Not with her exactly, but in the general vicinity. About the mask thing in the color pages – if you check the second one, Rei is holding the correct rabbit mask (the one with the stitches beneath the left eye.) And yea, I don’t know how in the world she found the barcode on her neck unless she had a mirror handy or something like that. I’ve considered the possibility that Yuu is a sociopath and could be the Wolf himself. Fourteen chapters is far too short. Perhaps there is another, larger game of Doubt going on that Yuu will get drawn into.

    @Achaetey: We can’t be certain that Yuu has ever met Mitsuki’s father in person, though, can we?

  22. Unknown
    Posted August 13, 2008 at 7:00 pm | Permalink

    I just have a few observations, in the first chapter when Yuu is knocked out the guy in the rabbit mask is the same guy who’s watching all of them at the beginning, or at least has the same mask.
    personally I think it’s either Rei or Mitsuki and her dad, I think it might be Mitsuki and her dad for pretty much all the reasons afore mentioned like what @Achaetey said about the dad or what @Loco Cookie said too though the whole rabbit mask thing, her mask looks like the one of the guy I mentioned before but the wolf Yuu just unmasked has a different mask than anyone, which is where Her dad theory comes in, and since this is a manga, we can’t be sure if it was a male or female voice on the phone that Mitsuki answered so for the one I love may mean ‘I’m not killing Yuu for you(hehe, Yuu you, sorry, got off topic), [or it might mean as well] Haruka hurt you so I’ll kill her and make you innocent’ something in those lines. Rei could have hypnotized the guy I mentioned into knocking Yuu out and since he was the first to have been kind to her it would show the reluctance in killing him, plus being alone and having the media after her and all that happened in her life could have caused mental troma which would explain why she orchestrated this whole thing

  23. Loco Cookie
    Posted August 13, 2008 at 8:48 pm | Permalink

    Mitsuki’s dad as a second Wolf is now my main theory. He’s the only character mentiond, but not seen. Mitsuki was at the meeting place because of her dad. And the Wolf seen does have a male figure. It would also explain Mitsuki’s info in the file. And because of the file, I’m having dreams about Yuu killing the 2 Wolves and trying to end Doubt forever, in a weird dreamish way. The file has past Doubt players, so maybe survivors are incorporated into another larger game of Doubt. That would also explain thumbtack guy. But until chap. 14 is out, it’ll all just be speculation. I guess I’ll have more weird dreams about Doubt until I see it.

  24. tink
    Posted August 14, 2008 at 2:49 pm | Permalink

    I found some proof Mitsuki is the Wolf from the Jap. Wikipedia entry of Doubt. I can’t read Japanese, so the online translator I used has some weird results. Here is what I found on Mitsuki’s info:
    Note- Beauty Month is Mitsuki, with the characters translated literally.

    “Wolf of true criminal.”

    “It was penetrated the heart with the post, being hung from the ceiling of the room where Yutaka awakes it was killed, but that corpse very her was the true wolf with the copy.”

    “As for the natural shape “Rabbit doubt” was beauty month of expectation which completely is unrelated.”

    This may not be entirely true, as anyone can edit Wikipedia and online translators are really really bad, as indicated by the grammar. But, this is enough for me to think Mitsuki is the wolf. I read over every other bit of info on the page, and no one else was accused of being the wolf.

  25. asdfas
    Posted August 18, 2008 at 10:08 pm | Permalink

    well considering doubt chapter 14 is out in japan, that wiki entry is likely true.

  26. wolfy1111111
    Posted August 20, 2008 at 1:55 pm | Permalink

    1st most likely wolf is mitsuki since i just dont like her but isnt the wolf yuu caught a guy? i mean i think the wolf looked like a guy,
    2nd most likely wolf is rei idk i just think she used hypnotism or something and was emo on the inside
    3rd most likely wolf is eiji since we didnt see his face, but he prolly died
    4th most likely wolf is haruka since she got decapitated
    5th most likely wolf is hajime since he got stabbed by the wolf unless he can use kagebunshin wich isnt likely
    6th i dont think he’s the wolf yuu because hes the main char and he caught the wolf

  27. chapter 14 come out faast
    Posted August 20, 2008 at 2:17 pm | Permalink

    Just a thought but why would Mitsuki’s dad be the wolf? Isn’t he a cop, so that means he saves people and not decapitate people.. yea so thats all

  28. Henry
    Posted August 20, 2008 at 10:01 pm | Permalink

    I think its Rei due to the fact that she is a psychic. I feel like she was proving a point and tried to show every one that her powers are very real.

  29. idricool
    Posted August 21, 2008 at 7:22 am | Permalink

    I strongly think its Mitsuki. Why ? Because she’s the one who hasn’t been invited, yet she has her profile in that data book. In the beggining, she always said that you can’t do this its agaisnt the law. Also, when Yuu sees her dead and hanged up the ceiling he only saw her body. This could only mean its haruka body : Mitsuki used Haruka’s body and put her clothes on it to fool Yuu and Hajime.+

  30. Loco Cookie
    Posted August 21, 2008 at 8:37 pm | Permalink

    Mitsuki’s dad might be involved because he is a cop. Rei was killed for ‘killing both legs’ and later Yuu thinks people are being killed because of their crimes. Punishing the criminals might be the theme of that Doubt game. Like Jigsaw from Saw, he was trying to make his victims better people.

  31. Loco Cookie
    Posted August 28, 2008 at 7:21 pm | Permalink

    OMG 14th chapter is up on onemanga. The wolf looks… weird.

  32. mark
    Posted August 29, 2008 at 10:18 am | Permalink

    Even though it shows mitsukib I still think its rei, perhaps she hypnotized her cus rei is always sayin emo stuff like about the dark room. I think the lie is when yuu said he believed her bout her powers. Mitsuki is acting too strange sayin the world is full if liars sounds like somethig rei would say. Also how da fck mitsuki gonna drug 3 ppl, knock out yuu, and get hajime then bring em all to some mental hospital by herself witout gettin caught. Common sense wtf. I think rei is tryin to prove herself nd mitsuki’s a puppet

  33. Doubt
    Posted August 29, 2008 at 10:42 am | Permalink

    The wolf is the seemingly dead Mitsuki(The kind and gentle girl in the group), and she is about to kill Yuu for some strange reasons in Chapter 14.

  34. Maipeisu
    Posted August 29, 2008 at 12:02 pm | Permalink

    @mark: Yes, and there’s also the cryptic flashback with Rei saying her little piece about why hanging is an effective statement. Looks like we’re getting closer, though…

  35. Shamrockerz
    Posted August 29, 2008 at 4:00 pm | Permalink

    wow i already knew it was mitsuki
    it was pretty obvious… -.-

  36. Loco Cookie
    Posted September 1, 2008 at 5:19 pm | Permalink

    Now that I see it’s Mitsuki, I don’t think the Wolf is Mitsuki, in a way. Maybe Mitsuki has a split personality. But something obviously happened to Mitsuki to make her such a psycho that kills ‘liars.’ And I swear the thing about Yuu forgetting Mitsuki’s birthday is going to have something to do with why Yuu has to die. And what about the past Doubt players? That has to be something. But what about Rei and Hajime? Eiji was hung, ‘Mitsuki’ was also hung, but that was probably Haruka’s body. Hajime wasn’t killed, was he? But Rei wasn’t hung. She was nailed to the wall. Since Rei was the first one killed, the example, but she wasn’t hung. Rei was the one who pointed out the victim was ung as an example if the Wolf was still alive. I think Rei has more involvement in the game, but not to the point of hypnotizing Mitsuki.

  37. unknown
    Posted September 18, 2008 at 7:44 pm | Permalink

    Doubt 15 came out, and on the last page it shows that a lot of us were right, it wasn’t just Mitsuki, it was also her Dad, man does it feel good to be right.

  38. dorky-geeky-freaky-nerd
    Posted September 19, 2008 at 5:05 pm | Permalink

    @Loco Cookie- Eiji was the only one who was hung, even though Haruka’s body was hung her head was cut off before she was hung, so i don’t think that being hung is such a big deal, it might be but I think the main part isn’t being hung, but that the body is there for everyone to see, Rei was nailed to the wall so they could see her

  39. Loco Cookie
    Posted September 19, 2008 at 5:59 pm | Permalink

    Mitsuki’s dad. He probably brainwashed her into a sick psycho murderer that hates liars after yuu killed her mom or something. Yuu lied once before, and there is a scene with Mitsuki standing in the rain looking at an ambulance or something. I bet Yuu accidentally killed before. Mitsuki did say that the others had been involved in the deaths or harm of others. I just really wanna know what Yuu did.

  40. unknown
    Posted September 21, 2008 at 7:57 pm | Permalink

    I don’t think Mitsuki is looking at an ambulance, I think the car is just there, what I think is that, since it’s insinuated that Mitsuki likes Yuu, maybe he went out with a girl or maybe when they were supposed to go on a date(friend date) he didn’t come and Mitsuki was left in the rain waiting for him, or maybe it’s both, he stood mitsuki up for another girl and Mitsuki saw him with her. I also don’t think that Mitsuki was brainwashed, I think her dad and her just wanted to do this since as Yuu said, they get along well, what I’m wondering is what Yuu forgot about Mitsuki “wait, tomorrow is my…” my……………… what??? it might be her birthday but I don’t know, I somewhat doubt it(haha, doubt get it? yeah whatever)

  41. Nikki
    Posted October 27, 2008 at 9:43 am | Permalink

    i saw until 16 and its killing me i want more!!!

  42. zazatheferret
    Posted December 25, 2011 at 4:16 pm | Permalink

    the 1st pic is creepy

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