Tsubasa Omnibus 1

Tsubasa Omnibus THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Childhood friends Princess Sakura and Syaoran the son of an archaeologist become entangled in a series of events that force them to traverse through alternate realities on an

  • Title: Tsubasa Omnibus 1
  • Author: CLAMP
  • ISBN: 9781612625959
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Childhood friends Princess Sakura and Syaoran, the son of an archaeologist, become entangled in a series of events that force them to traverse through alternate realities on an action packed and unforgettable adventure In the Kingdom of Clow, an archaeological dig unleashes an incredible power, causing Sakura to lose her memories To save her, SyaoTHE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Childhood friends Princess Sakura and Syaoran, the son of an archaeologist, become entangled in a series of events that force them to traverse through alternate realities on an action packed and unforgettable adventure In the Kingdom of Clow, an archaeological dig unleashes an incredible power, causing Sakura to lose her memories To save her, Syaoran must follow the orders of the Dimension Witch and travel alongside Kurogane, an unrivaled warrior Fai, a powerful magician and Mokona Modoki, a curiously strange creature, to retrieve Sakura s dispersed memories But first, there is a price to be paid This omnibus edition includes volume 1 3 of Tsubasa.

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    1. You know, I didn't think I would really get into this story but boy, was I wrong! I love it! Now I'm going to try reading the Tsubasa seris and xxxHOLiC back to back for full effect. Should be interesting.

    2. Finally going back and FINISHING this series because I've started it about 7 times. It's surprisingly touching and the art (minus the hands, yikes) is lovely.

    3. I am a HUGE CLAMP fan. I own all individual volumes of this series, Tsubasa R.C, and highly recommend you get this just to experience it. Containing the first 3 volumes you are quickly thrown into an adventure where Syaoran's childhood friend (and the girl he loves) Sakura undergoes a terrible tragedy and she loses her memories in the form of feathers. These memories of hers are actually quite powerful, and Syaoran must get them all back to Sakura or she will die.The only way he can, is to make [...]

    4. I am BEYOND happy that TRC is being released in omnibus form. While I would like the Dark Horse format of including rare color pages + original run color pages, just knowing that I'll have all of TRC in my manga collection is a thrill in and of itself. I've already read all of TRC, through various challenges of varying quality, and I have to say that rereading it, knowing how everything pans out makes this whole experience very trippy. I'm seeing little things that I didn't notice in my first re [...]

    5. I was a little nervous that this would be a lot different than Cardcaptor Sakura and it was but in a great way! I'm so happy to see the characters from that manga all grown up in this one and Sakura and Syaoran's characters and their interesting relationship and their differing perceptions of their relationship. I loved seeing Yukito and Toya in this too! The new characters are interesting. I am IN LOVE WITH MOKONA AND I WANT A MOKONA OF MY OWN! He is the most adorable being I've ever seen! Ther [...]

    6. Discretionary note for later the series:The series as it progresses ends up featuring a lot of drinking at random times during slice of life moments and such. Given that its largely about two teenagers and aimed at a YA audience, I found this concerning, especially given how often the teenagers are among the people drinking.What I liked:I tend to like premises that involve moving from world to world. I'm an avid Magic player, grew up on Narnia, and my fantasy dream would be to travel through wor [...]

    7. Even though the first 3 volumes do handle arcs that were present in the anime, I found myself entranced in the story. I am obsessed with Tsubasa, to be completely honest I never thought I wouldn't like it.I obviously already love the characters and the plot development, slightly faster than the anime but that's always good in shonen. I have to mention the art, though. I was very pleasantly surprised by the art in Tsubasa. I've read little of Clamp's works (like Cardcaptor Sakura, Kobato) and bot [...]

    8. Great beginning of what will no doubt be an adventure filled with surprises, action, suspense, mystery and of course, romance. I have a weak spot for stories that bring opposite or odd groups of characters together on a quest of some sort or goal that forges friendships while characterization deepens, villains are taken down while the stake rise ever higher! All the while, we come to know and love them as they grow into who they're meant to be. This is my daughter's favorite Manga. I'm o happy I [...]

    9. This was an enjoyable series. Not magical girl, which was disappointing, and not revolutionary, unlike CardCaptor Sakura, but an interesting read nonetheless. The premise was great; however, the character, especially the character distribution in regards to gender, and their roles, was very hetropatriarchal and not as fantastic as CCS. And honestly, I only started reading for the Sakura and Syaoran.

    10. OMG. I got into this knowing nothing of CLAMP the creator only that they made Sakura Cardcaptor which is my childhood. So reading this and seeing some of the characters again after 5 years when I finished watching the show sakura cardcaptor I could not put it down and I definitely could not stop mah fangirling omg now I NEED to read/ watch the anime for this, xxholic, and chobits. I just basically need to get into more CLAMP manga this manga was perfect!

    11. I started reading this graphic novel for a read a thon but it became a nice break between the 2 larger more emotionally draining books. Will I read the complete series probably not. Use it to and some reading variety maybe.

    12. wow : ) I enjoyed it alot, its really good and love the different spin on the characters from clamp, like sakura, syoaran, tomoyo, etc. and so sweet how syoaran goes to get sakura's feathers back so she can recover her memories : )

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