Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 7

Natsume s Book of Friends Vol Someone is attacking yokai and stealing their blood and Takashi is dismayed to discover that the assailant is human The he investigates the attacks the danger he finds himself in as he digs deeper i

  • Title: Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 7
  • Author: Yuki Midorikawa
  • ISBN: 9781421532745
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • Someone is attacking yokai and stealing their blood, and Takashi is dismayed to discover that the assailant is human The he investigates the attacks, the danger he finds himself in as he digs deeper into the occult world of the exorcists Someone is planning something horrible, and even the help of Natori actor and exorcist extraordinaire might not be enoughSomeone is attacking yokai and stealing their blood, and Takashi is dismayed to discover that the assailant is human The he investigates the attacks, the danger he finds himself in as he digs deeper into the occult world of the exorcists Someone is planning something horrible, and even the help of Natori actor and exorcist extraordinaire might not be enough to save the yokai or Takashi

    One thought on “Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 7”

    1. The volume is dominated by the first long story, involving Mr. Natori, the creepy Matoba clan of exorcists, and other newly introduced characters in a complex ethical consideration of the interaction of humans and yokai. Natsume, as always, wants to protect everyone and hurt no one, but what if this isn't possible?This was an excellent story. Unfortunately the rest of the material is not only mere fluff but doesn't even fit chronologically with the subsequent volume, which picks up directly afte [...]

    2. Hui, hier kommt Matoba erst einmal so richtig vor; wir erkennen seinen Charakter, und wie er mit den Yokai handelt. Dazwischen müssen sowohl Natsume als auch Natori mit der Moral des jeweils anderen klar kommen und sich der Konsequenzen ihrer Handlungen bewusst werden.Am Ende noch eine Kurzgeschichte von der Zeichnerin, die nichts mit Natsume zu tun hat. Die war eher mager.

    3. I absolutely love this story. This volume has a lot of action. Poor natsume, always gets himself in trouble.

    4. The stories in this book are among the ones animated in the third season. As the mangaka points out in her afterword the main focus of the stories so far has been Natsume coming to terms with his ability concerning yokai and integrating it into his daily life with the guardians he is happy with now. So he has found some self-confidence and is slowly opening up and has even made some friends among the yokai.Natori was introduced as another possibility of living when you can see and interact with [...]

    5. Now the story is really moving because Natsume has encountered an exorcist who treats youkai even more coldly than Natori did originally. Matoba is the head of a clan of exorcists and sees youkai as a means to an end. He's willing to hurt and use Natsume as well as random youkai in order to complete the bounties he is after. With Matoba in the picture, the story should pick up.The extra manga this time is much less controversial. It has three teenagers in a forest with two trying to tell each ot [...]

    6. In this volume of Natsume Yuujinchou (I just can't get used to calling it by its translated name!), we get an eerily close work into the world of exorcists, examine the relationships of one Natsume Takashi, see yokai learning how to play shadow tag, and see one of manga-ka Yuki Midorikawa's earlier short works – which, it will surprise no one, involves the supernatural world blending in with the human world. All in all, another outstanding volume of manga that deserves praise as well as fannis [...]

    7. Ah and so we approach the intro of horrible exorcist number one, Matoba Seiji. Everytime I read this arc, I end up still loving it more and more with each re-read. Even putting aside Matoba being one of my favorite characters, the set up of the story remind me of a mystery.I like the game chapter because I want Natsume to be happy and it was nice seeing him taking a break from dealing with bad youkai and humans.The romance at the end of the chapter is a bit ehhh but the author admit that she wro [...]

    8. Natsume has been good from the start, but i'm loving the longer stories (the more long-form the narrative the better, as far as i'm concerned) that also serve to start painting in the history and background of Natsume's world. plus, Matoba. i shall be SEVERELY DISAPPOINTED if there is not more Matoba.

    9. We finally meet Matoba. With the human element added, the danger feels more ominous in this story. But it's still soothing. I love these characters.This volume also includes a short story. It's cute and silly.

    10. Suka sekali volume ini. Karena divolume ini untuk pertama kalinya Natsume, Natori, dan Matoba muncul bersama :Ddan yang pasti perjumpaan pertama Natsume dengan Matoba yang mendebarkan itu. Natori juga masih tebar pesona kapanpun dan dimanapun XD

    11. Suka sekali volume ini. Karena divolume ini untuk pertama kalinya Natsume, Natori, dan Matoba muncul bersama :Ddan yang pasti perjumpaan pertama Natsume dengan Matoba yang mendebarkan itu. Natori juga masih tebar pesona kapanpun dan dimanapun XD

    12. It's been a while, I'd forgotten how much fun Natsume's adventures are. I liked the deeper look into other exorcists and the tag game at the end was just wonderful.

    13. Finally, in this new volume we see a antagonist who will be recurring (Matoba). We know that Natsume will now have more challenges to keep the Book of Friends out of dangerous hands.

    14. I really love how the serious plot can be interspersed with light-hearted one-shots without losing it's pacing. The extra story at the end was also very cute!

    15. Matoba is a crazy person, haha! I love when Natsume's yokai friends are there for him even though they are not the same species!

    16. This volume represents a shift from gentle episodes to a more active adventure as part of a larger plot. But the series still maintains its endearing nature.

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