Revolutionary Girl Utena, Vol. 2: To Plant

Revolutionary Girl Utena Vol To Plant Utena gains entry to the Ohtori Academy s inner circle the sword fighting student council Destiny seems to have brought her together with council leader Touga but is she merely a pawn in his mysterio

  • Title: Revolutionary Girl Utena, Vol. 2: To Plant
  • Author: Chiho Saitō
  • ISBN: 9781591162063
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • Utena gains entry to the Ohtori Academy s inner circle the sword fighting student council Destiny seems to have brought her together with council leader Touga, but is she merely a pawn in his mysterious scheme

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    1. OMG, Utena and Anthy (and probably all the other characters) are only 13-15? Whut? That makes some scenes in these 2 volumes pretty dang creepy. So I will just pretend I haven't seen their real ages and see them as what I think are their right ages, 15-17. This was yet another fabulous, exciting, squee volume. Lots of action, excitement, new characters, 2 duels, and some cute moments. We get a few bits of answers, nothing complete yet, and I also have yet some more questions. So many questions! [...]


    2. For being listed as a classic, this manga is not what I'd call fine literature. At this point I'm mostly reading just to watch Utena kick the asses of all the creepy assholes surprise kissing her and/or physically abusing her friend Anshi. Wouldn't hurt to see all of the crazy misogynistic side characters dig their heads out of their asses and stop defending the borderline rapists straight-up stalking them, either. Seriously. This book makes me embarrassed to be a manga fan. I was all here for U [...]



    3. Me parece bien. La traducción hecha por fans me impide disfrutar del todo esta historia, pero debo conformarme hasta que pueda conseguir un ejemplar oficial.Kozue debuta, curiosamente, antes que Nanami. Ella parece más apegada a Miki de lo que es en el anime. De nuevo, los duelos son más interesantes en movimiento, pero es curioso notar las grandes diferencias entre las historias.Como Nanami aún no aparece (en persona, al menos), Chuchu es quien toma su lugar con el asunto del curry. Este ca [...]





    4. I preferred the exploding curry powder bonus story to the actual story.Like I said in the first volume, this is bizarre. It's starting to make more sense, but I'm not sure if its because I'm getting used to it, or if it's because the story is mellowing out. I'll read another out of curiosity.


    5. Like I mentioned about the previous volume of Revolutionary Girl Utena, there was something that was missing about this. It was a marked improvement over the prior volume. We ginally got into a true focus and the intrigue of the world that Utena stumbled onto really started to unfold.


    6. the bonus story was adorable! you see more character development but little clearing up the duels and so forth. but that's fine, it adds climatic effect that is necessary for a good story.





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