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アカメが斬る!零 1 [Akame ga Kiru! Zero 1]

Akame ga Kiru Zero TV

  • Title: アカメが斬る!零 1 [Akame ga Kiru! Zero 1]
  • Author: Takahiro Kei Toru タカヒロ 戸流ケイ
  • ISBN: 9784757543393
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
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    • ☆ アカメが斬る!零 1 [Akame ga Kiru! Zero 1] || ☆ PDF Read by ☆ Takahiro Kei Toru タカヒロ 戸流ケイ
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      Published :2019-01-03T18:42:12+00:00

    1 thought on “アカメが斬る!零 1 [Akame ga Kiru! Zero 1]

    1. La verdad es que lo que he leído, me ha gustado. Takahiro define bien sus personajes, te hace sentir como si los conocieras desde siempre. Tiene acción mezclada con drama y humor. Como aspectos negativos, hay algún diálogo clave, por así decirlo, que es un poco de besugos y yo quitaría el fan service que siempre me hace restar puntos a una buena trama, pero en fin… como no es exagerado y la trama pinta bien, lo paso por alto.El dibujo me gusta, tiene dinamismo y es bonito de ver. Si bien [...]

    2. Okay unlike the original series the prequel series for Akame ga Kill is rated Mature which if you are unaware of the rating system means absolutely no one under 18 should be reading this title which might have to do with violence common in the original series as well as occasional strong language, use of drugs to augment Capital assassins, and torture of children as they are trained. The book starts peaceful enough as Akame and her friend Tsukushi are helping a traveling performing troupe with t [...]

    3. Not as good as Akame ga Kill, and definitely more explicit. I still enjoyed it though. I'll be picking up the next installment when it's released.

    4. I read this manga in order to decide whether or not we need to add this to our collection. In just a candid review, near the end of the book there is a part where one of the assassins is too injured to ever fight again. I saw it coming where she was going to be killed (that I figured was going to happen); however, the man in charge (daddy as he's called) comes in and tells her to rest well and that he's sending her away happily. She of course is making these ah. ah. ah. noises - you know she is [...]

    5. I'm a huge fan of Akame ga Kill, but after finishing this book I think I may just stick with the main series.Not only is this not written by the same writer nor drawn by the same artist, the characters are less likeable, the story darker, and the overall feel less "fun".The story deals with the back story of Akame and her younger sister Kurome who place in different assassination squads based on their skills and the whim of their overseer. While working for the Empire and wielding Shingu (knocko [...]

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