D Gray man Vol Old Man of the Land and Aria of the Night Sky Set in a fictional end of the th century England the story revolves around a teenage boy named Allen Walker who is cursed with a cross mark on his hand

  • Title: D.Gray-man, Vol. #2
  • Author: Katsura Hoshino Mayumi Kobayashi
  • ISBN: 9781421506241
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • Old Man of the Land and Aria of the Night Sky Set in a fictional end of the 19th century England, the story revolves around a teenage boy named Allen Walker who is cursed with a cross mark on his hand that turns his arm into an enormous weapon, which he uses to hunt down and kill akumas An akuma, generated by a 1,000 year old phantom, is implanted into a human s soul duriOld Man of the Land and Aria of the Night Sky Set in a fictional end of the 19th century England, the story revolves around a teenage boy named Allen Walker who is cursed with a cross mark on his hand that turns his arm into an enormous weapon, which he uses to hunt down and kill akumas An akuma, generated by a 1,000 year old phantom, is implanted into a human s soul during a moment of devastation and despair The phantom uses the demons to then carry out his goal destroy all humankind.

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    1. Overall Rating: B-Synopsis: The plot revolves around Allen Walker, an Exorcist, in the end of the 19th century Europe. Allen is a member of the Dark Order, a group of Exorcists connected with the Vatican. Their mission is to stop The Millennium Earl, an evil ghoul intending to cleanse the world by destroying all the humans in the manner of Noah's great flood. In the first volume, we get some back story, learn that exorcists kick ass, have a clubhouse, and don't play well with others.D. Gray-man [...]

    2. This volume may bring a tear to your eye. Have the tissues hand. Still seems like a fairly generic shonen series to me, but I can't quite figure out why. It's got a great villain, influences of goth and steampunk it's just missing something. The art is not the greatest, a little too busy and muddy for my liking. Some calculated use of white and/or black open spaces would really improve it, I think. You've seen all these shonen character types before. I'll give it one more volume to impress me [...]

    3. Katsura Hoshino's "D. Gray-man, Vol. 2: Old Man of the Land and Aria of the Night Sky" is an enjoyable shonen manga, but I just feel like it's missing something that I cannot put my finger on. The art is okay; it could be a bit crisper, but I have certainly seen worse.Allen Walker is a likable character, and the villains are cool as well, it just feels like a garden-variety plot. I'll probably try the next volume in the series to see if it improves a bit.

    4. We start off with this vol. with Chapter 8: Mission Start.Kanda and Allen set off on the wrong foot in the cafeteria. Their opinions completely differ like opposites of the same coin. Elsewhere near an abandoned city an innocence has manifested itself, and the Akuma have been drawn to it. Kanda and Allen are assigned to find the innocence. Also the Akuma are starting to evolve and get stronger. Read for yourselves to witness an excellent story.

    5. Read a book only after sunset, check! I chose to read a manga, of course, and I'm glad to continue this series. Even though the sentiments of this manga reminded me a lot of FMA, but I'm curious to find out more about where this manga is leading to and the main character's noble heart touched me, all the time. I guess this is why shonen manga is popular. So hopefully this series will become better! 3.5 stars!

    6. I can't describe how much in love I am with D.Gray-Man. It is the one Manga tha can always make me cry and laugh in just a few pages. I am so glad I started buying the Manga issues 'cause I am dying to own the whole collection. Also, I am dying to know what happens next Hopefully Katsura Hoshino will go back in writing soon!

    7. Otro tomo que entretiene y no mucho más pero muestra bastante potencial para seguir leyendo la serie. Eso sí, al menos por ahora, el dibujo le saca bastante ventaja al guión.

    8. "Even so, I still want to be a destroyer who can save others"Holy crap, I don't even know what to say about this one.

    9. Bellissimo secondo volume: Kanda mi sta piuttosto antipatico, ma la storia della bambola, ambientata in Italia poi, è commovente.Mi inquieta di più l'akuma di Mater che IT.

    10. Another great volume, still recognise a lot of things. And it is so fun to see how Kanda and Allen keep on fighting in a silly way. :)

    11. This storyline was so heart-breaking. It was in the animation and it was in the book series. Both, are pretty similarly told, and there are only a few differences that I managed to spot.One, the storyline in the animation took far too long to complete. It completed over 3 or 4 episodes, while in the manga it only took a few chapters. It was much more straight to the point in the book than the series. Another thing, in the anime, Allen joined the Black Order, then went straight from arriving to b [...]

    12. This is a horror manga, I forgot about that part. First time really reading a horror series but I'm enjoying it a lot. Even if some scenes make me a little squeamish. . .Allen Walker is a parasite type of anti Akuma weapon, meaning he can morph his body into a weapon. We found out from the first book that Allen was cursed because he tried to bring his dead father back as an Akuma. Instead he gained his anti Akuma weapon arm.Kanda is an exorcist with a special blade and like Allen they're both po [...]

    13. Tal vez sea la nostalgia por ver los inicios de mi serie favorita, pero me dieron ganas de leerla toda de nuevo, en este segundo tomo nos encontramos con la primera misión, aunque el primer tomo es interesante y claramente introductorio siento que este es un poco mejor, no puedo decir que la historia despegue por completo pero podemos ver un inicio de ello, eso si, entretenido por donde lo veas.

    14. Alan Walker is a very special young man who's arm is a powerful source of power that can destroy demons, called Akuma; Akuma's are dead souls brought back to life by grieving loved ones that are trapped in vessels controlled by the Millenium Earl. In order to combat these demons, Alan becomes an exorcist for an organization called "the Black Order." However, the Earl has called upon the Noah family to destroy the generals since they are immune to Innocence.As the Noah's continue to slaughter gen [...]

    15. Katsura Hoshino, D. Gray-Man vol. 2: Old Man of the Land and Aria of the Night Sky (ViZ, 2004)After I read the first volume of D. Gray-Man some time ago, I didn't quite get all the hype, which comes from everyone from the expected otaku right down to the reviewer at Publishers Weekly, who calls the series “a fantastic vision of Victorian England.” I'm starting to get it a little more, having now read the second volume as well, but it still doesn't rank with the classics, IMO. I'll give it a [...]

    16. Welp, another D. Gray Man manga read and honestly not that much is different from the first volume. As I wrote in my review for Volume 1, this series is similar to many other supernatural manga series. I was expecting some real character development in this volume, though I did not see much of any character except Kanda, who I did not find to be very likable, but who I guess serves his purpose for supplying Dem Hot Yaoi Ships(TM). The art style was still rather hard to follow, as there was a lot [...]

    17. 22 February 2013D.Gray-Man: Old Man of the Land and Aria of the Night Sky, Vol. 2 sends Allen Walker and Yu Kanda off to Italy to retrieve an Innocence discovered in the region. They encounter a creepy akuma with the ability to evolve its eerie powers.This volume is full of action, but the drawing is so confusing that it's often times hard to figure out what is going on. The doll storyline was meh. I did enjoy Walker and Kanda butting heads. The contrast of Walker's kindness and Kanda's cold-hea [...]

    18. This volume was an awful lot of action with not a lot of plot. I found the fight scenes difficult to follow, simply because it was hard to identify who was doing what. The use of sound in the fight scenes was funny, but also added to the confusion. I really enjoyed the first volume and the amount of backstory it gave for Allen, but I feel like this volume decided it wasn't going to give anything away except for annoying little lines that seem really cliche ("I can't die until I find that person" [...]

    19. The second volume of D.Gray-Man is where it won me over the first time around. The series follows Allen Walker, an Exorcist - one of those chosen by a divine substance called Innocence to fight against the sinister Millennium Earl, who steals human souls to make demons known as Akuma. In this volume, Allen and Kanda, a fellow exorcist, travel to a cursed town to defeat an Akuma and get to the roots of a mystery surrounding a life-like doll. Allen is cursed to see the soul of any human trapped wi [...]

    20. Igazából túl sok mindent nem tudok írni erről a kötetről.Allen és Kanda kapnak egy küldetést.A két fiú nem igazán jön ki egymással,bár ez inkább Kanda miatt van,mert elég mogorva és magának való.De nekem ő az egyik kedvencem! :-)Megérkeznek a küldetés helyszínére.Állítólag egy Innonence van abban a városban.Megjelennek az a akumák is.És a harc kezdetét veszi.Kanda persze kijelenti,hogy nem fog segíteni Allen-nek.De végül mégis segít neki,bár akkor is morog [...]

    21. The second volume in the D.Gray-Man series mostly revolves around our buddy Allen <3 and his adventures obtaining one of the innocence with the aid of the sullen and obviously has a dark past Kanda (who I totally thought was a chick at first glance :P) As always the plot and characters are wonderful. I was enraptured by this volume and loved the little tidbits we got not only about Allen but about Kanda as well. The art style seems to get a bit more consistent and it works really well for the [...]

    22. Allen Walker is sent out on his first mission for the Dark Order. Along with Yu Kanda, Allen is sent out to find an innocence that has emerged in the world. A source of mystical power, the innocence is used by the Dark Order to create weapons. In the hands of an Akuma, it would give the ghoul unlimited power.Allen and Yu race to reclaim the Innoncence, but things become more complicated when a living doll and the ugly child who built her come into play. Allen has to make choices between saving o [...]

    23. So, this is the 2nd manga in this series, and, I was kind of disappointed.I still really enjoyed the story, or what little story was there. This one was a much faster read than the first. I just found that most of this book was taken up with action frames, and left very little for any kind of a story. Either way, I still gave it 4 stars.Another thing I found about this vol. was the constant jumping around, it got kind of confusing.I still gave this one 4 stars because underneath it all, I still [...]

    24. Kanda and Allen don't necessarily see eye to eye, but they must team up and search for a reported Innocence sighted in Italy, trapped inside a doll created by the former inhabitants of the now-abandoned city. The akuma are there looking for it as well and have arrived before Kanda and Allen. Can they arrive before the Innocence is captured by the akuma, and will they be able to work together to defeat an akuma that has become stronger and much more clever than those they have fought before?

    25. 3 1/2 stars. Utter turn around from my thoughts about the first book, though I still have to adjust to the format. Manga will never be my thing. I have trouble lookin g at all the squiggles on the page.That being said: I love Allen, I am nursing a dim fascination with Kanda, and the part with the doll's death moved me far more than I expected it too. Very impressed, and even though I'm reading these for a friend of mine, I'll be excited to read the next one.

    26. Whoops! I really have to pay attention to when I finish these. It turns out I finished this volume a while ago and do not remember much about the exact occurrences of this arc. I know that it was pretty cool and that Allen was still pretty awesome, but I don't really remember specific details. Well aside from Kanda is probably the most amazing fighter even if he is ruthless and cruel sometimes. Sorry about this lacking review

    27. The ending of this book was pretty sad, but I won't say anything in case anyone wants to read this book. I'm still slightly confused about ceratin things, but I can just ask Akari. I thought that this book was a little more interesting than book one, but that doesn't mean book one wasn't great (which it was). Wait, did all of that make sense? I sort of felt like I was part of the book, especially when they were inside of the maze.

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