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Keterusan baca Aksinya makin bagus Apr 13, Amber rated it it was amazing. Wishing I had Volume 4 already. So many questions! Feb 11, Jesse rated it it was ok Shelves: art-comics-manga. Listen I wanted to like Psyren, I really did.
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I was really taken in by its setting made more interesting by the mystery. This made me a little sad because the author had a lot to say about books he reads and I wanted to give him the benefit of the doubt that he has the taste to pull off a good story. Yet though either the pressure of his publisher or overabundance of characte Listen I wanted to like Psyren, I really did.
Except all of the action is Bleach and none of the thinking is the Matrix.
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I was at first impressed with the characters fixing time in the past present and present future, but that quickly waned after the characters had less of a reason to do it more for the sake of the plot than for themselves. And the semblance of characterization that was there consisted more of archetypes than substantial players of the game. The severe lack of motive is something I found made the books really flat overall.
Save the world because you should save the world. Apr 09, Vic rated it liked it Shelves: manga , science-fiction.
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I don't know why I had this marked as already read, because I do not remember getting this far last time. I'm really enjoying the plot of this so far - the Psyren world is really interesting to me, and there's enough mystery to keep drawing me back in. I'm getting really strong Arrancar vibes from the Taboo too, and I am not complaining about it.
That said, I had a few problems with this volume: 1 Oboro's behaviour towards Ageha is Pretty gross?? Ageha is a I don't know why I had this marked as already read, because I do not remember getting this far last time.
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Ageha is a sixteen year old kid, and Oboro is in his twenties. Not to mention it's playing into the stereotype of LGBT people being predators - I don't know for sure if Oboro even is queer, but he's leaning into a pretty harmful stereotype, regardless. I understand that 16 volumes is a limited amount of time to really explore everything in detail, but this felt really rushed.
This could have been a great way for Hiryu to become stronger - to use the motivation for saving his friend as a driving force for strengthening his Psi powers - if it had been stretched out over the course of a few more chapters. Plus, it could have been an excellent way to give Tatsuo important character development, and an insight into the "villains". Loved this volume - completely in Psyren except for one flashback scene.
Hiryu finds out shocking knowledge about his friend, Tatsuo. It's quite a fascinating arc for Hiryu and I love how we are learning more about Psyren because of it. Oboro and Kirisaki are weaknesses right not so Amamiya has to fight it out. I have to say Ageha wins the series for me. I love how he supports Hirya and Amamiya already and thinks of Oboro and Kirisaki as part of their team now.
He has this Loved this volume - completely in Psyren except for one flashback scene. He has this innocent openness that is quite endearing. We aren't expected to like Ageha on his own merits though - no, we are given Oboro's view of Ageha which makes us love them both all the more: "He knows he's weak. He's owning up to it honestly - with a sort of graceful strength He's holding himself back cursing his own helplessness Tatsuo's story is obviously part of a larger story arc but I loved the introduction and how it had an end but also continued. Oboro is just delightfully odd and unexpected!
Nov 11, 7olivia rated it it was amazing. Ageha, Sakurako and Hiryu are transported back into the Psyren world. There, they meet a mysterious psionist who looks a lot like Tatsou, Hiryu's childhood friend. Tatsou was transported to Psyren the first time with Hiryu but it was thought that he was killed.
It is revealed that the psionist is indeed Tatsou but he has been brainwashed and turned evil. After an intense battle, Ageha and Hiryu are able to recover Tatsou's memories, but Tatsou can no longer leave Psyren because his body is too w Ageha, Sakurako and Hiryu are transported back into the Psyren world.
After an intense battle, Ageha and Hiryu are able to recover Tatsou's memories, but Tatsou can no longer leave Psyren because his body is too weak. I thought this book was definetly more depressing and thought provoking than the previous two. In this book, Hiryu's characters is developed a lot more.
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We find out how he went from a dorky kid who was always picked on in grade school, to the cool, top notch fighter he is today. You get to see a softer side of his character and I really enjoyed that. The reader also gets to see a more vulnerable side of Sakurako. You realize that underneath her tough and protective exterior, she is really terrified and weak. I would recommend this book to people who like manga and action books. Jul 09, Mike rated it it was amazing Shelves: manga , dystopia-and-post-apocalyptic. Psyren takes place a carefully constructed world and its overarching plot continually builds chapter by chapter.
Don't start here - it really must be read from the beginning. Ageha's second trip to Psyren has gone wrong fast, as his group finds themselves caught between a deadly monster and a powerful Psi-weilding Taboo. A Taboo that looks strangely familiar to Hiryu… The pace at which Iwashiro is organically increasing tension is incredible.
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