Soul Eater, Vol. 22

Soul Eater Vol The remaining Death Weapons along with Kid gather to stage their assault on the moon As they approach the Kishin s hideout Stein and Justin clash in a violent madness fueled battle Stein struggles

  • Title: Soul Eater, Vol. 22
  • Author: Atsushi Ohkubo
  • ISBN: 9784757536593
  • Page: 296
  • Format: None
  • The remaining Death Weapons, along with Kid, gather to stage their assault on the moon As they approach the Kishin s hideout, Stein and Justin clash in a violent, madness fueled battle Stein struggles to maintain his grip on sanity while Justin draws power from the Kishin s inexhaustible aura of madness Everyone knows there will be casualties on the road to restoring oThe remaining Death Weapons, along with Kid, gather to stage their assault on the moon As they approach the Kishin s hideout, Stein and Justin clash in a violent, madness fueled battle Stein struggles to maintain his grip on sanity while Justin draws power from the Kishin s inexhaustible aura of madness Everyone knows there will be casualties on the road to restoring order but will Stein become the first

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    1. While Kid leads the death weapons and a team of DWMA regulars in an attack on the Kishin on the moon, the Spartoi are sent to finish locating Cronad then kill him. Special emphasis during the moon battle on Stein vs. Justin--which is remarkably well-handled.

    2. My review of the series:I don't normally give a manga series that looks like scrapped Tim Burton characters and more action than substance a rating this high. To put it specifically; Soul Eater is balls out entertaining as balls with balls on top. It's a prototypical school-fantasy series that tries to be Harry Potter and the Nightmare Before Christmas, tries cocaine, develops a split personality and decides that it's both. And I'm not trying to fanboy but Soul Eater was the perfect show to star [...]

    3. i enjoy reading soul eater it is my favorite past time besides drawing,the story is almost completely perfect. but i was kind of disappointed when death the kid and black*star fight, true they had unfinished business but Liz and Patti where the ones who really wanted tho save kid. Ookubo kind of steered away from that. however Ookubo has a way of winning readers with his story line even if it is a bit disappointing.

    4. I deeply apologize, I got messed up on the volume cut offs (*sigh* Again!) I will just say that this is an awesome series and is definitely one of my top favorite mangas right now.Stein is always alternating between scary, cool, and kinda dorky throughout the series. In the end, he is far more powerful than he lets on.

    5. Huh, covers getting weird in the later volumes aren't they? While a good volume, it seems the story and characters are all over the place. But that's what makes the series a fun read. Good series so far.

    6. Wow, this battle is getting really intense, and Stein seems to be slipping in and out of madness. I'm completely captivated with this storyline!!

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