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Obres de Nakaba Suzuki

Ultra Red 4 (4) (2003) 3 exemplars
Ultra Red 3 (3) (2003) 2 exemplars
Blizzard Axel, Tome 1 : (2019) 1 exemplars
Meet The Banchou #1 1 exemplars
僕と君の間に 1 (1) (2004) 1 exemplars
Ultra Red 1 (1) (2003) 1 exemplars
Ultra Red 2 (2) (2003) 1 exemplars
僕と君の間に 2 (2) (2005) 1 exemplars
僕と君の間に 3 (3) (2006) 1 exemplars


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Nakaba Suzuki
Data de naixement
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Sukagawa, Fukushima, Japan



The second volume introduces us to Gilthunder, who is Elizabeth’s older brother and an acquaintance of Meliodas and Diana. They were in the king’s service. As they exchange blows, Gilthunder reveals where the other sinners are. He tells him that “Fox sin” is in a prison guarded by four sacred knights, and “Grizzly sin” is in the land of the dead.

Diana takes Gilthunder and throws him miles away. While Meliodas is being treated for Gilthunder's wound, Diana looks for the fox sinner Ban. The Holy knights set a trap for the protagonists, and Ban, who has freed himself, wreaks havoc in the castle.

There is a noticeable increase in pace and action sequences in the story. There is not really a story arc as it is volume two in an ongoing series, rather a continuation of the story. With the fight and action scenes, it maintains a good balance between character development and backstory. The story does not feel choppy when it jumps back and forth between Dalmally and Baste Prison.As for the world building, I continue to withhold my opinion. I'm curious to know if there are any limitations to magic, as it seems to be a soft magic system. Despite its abundance of adventure and imagination, the world so far appears plain. As of now, its magic lies in its characters.

How could Meliodas get hurt by a sword mixed with lightning if he could handle Diane's hits? The math doesn’t add up, and it seems unrealistic. It doesn’t seem believable that a single sword slash could injure Meliodas when he took repeated hits from Ruin with no visible signs of injury.

I believe that this is a major plot hole that needs to be addressed. Without explaining Meliodas' injury, the rest of the story is difficult to believe.

A person who likes or seeks an action, adventure, and fantasy story would enjoy this manga. This manga is unsuitable for those who dislike fantasy, violence, blood, or perviness content.
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onlyfiction | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Oct 2, 2023 |
In this volume, Diane, Meliodas, Hawk, and Elizabeth travel to Baste Prison to release Ban. As they approach the Necropolis (Capital of the Dead), more knights stop them. Oslo takes care of these knights.

The relationship between Elizabeth and Diane seems to improve. The moment in the beginning where she tells Elizabeth that she still matters because she can touch people’s hearts was one of my favorites.

We meet King, who turns into a kid. He's aligned with the holy knights involuntarily, but not as a hostage.

We learned Ban killed Elaine, the spirit of the Fountain of Youth. It just so happens that she was King’s sister. He harbored an intense dislike for Ban despite being in the same group.

Maybe Book 4 can explain it? By explaining King's fight with Ban in this way, the author enables the reader to sympathize with King in Book 4.

There are too many things happening on each page for my liking. A lot of times, it interferes with the flow of the story. The complexity of the fight scenes makes it hard to appreciate them fully. Apart from that, interesting reading.
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onlyfiction | Hi ha 4 ressenyes més | Oct 2, 2023 |
This manga follows the popular anime show almost exactly. A clever cast of characters is established with names derived from the Christian Seven Deadly Sins, with the twist being that these characters are actually the heroes, and possessed of incredible and unique powers. Genuine friendships, true love, and a complex conflict that spans millennia makes for an interesting story. Ample misogynistic jokes objectifying the female protagonist are cringeworthy at times, and violence is dramatic, but neither are as "in your face" as many other manga. When considered alongside the anime, this is manga is a worthy addition to a high school library collection.… (més)
jkassil | Hi ha 8 ressenyes més | Jul 21, 2023 |
Finished Vol 1-5. The story is interesting, and the fight scenes are cool. But the sexual harassment is not necessary. It can be a good Echhi without it.
Kat_books | Hi ha 8 ressenyes més | Nov 9, 2021 |

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