Fushigi Y gi Genbu Kaiden Vol When schoolgirl Takiko Okuda attempts to destroy her father s translation of The Universe of the Four Gods she is instead literally sucked into the story becoming the Priestess of Genbu in an epic j

  • Title: Fushigi Yûgi: Genbu Kaiden, Vol. 01
  • Author: Yuu Watase
  • ISBN: 9781591168966
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • When schoolgirl Takiko Okuda attempts to destroy her father s translation of The Universe of the Four Gods, she is instead literally sucked into the story, becoming the Priestess of Genbu in an epic journey to find the seven Celestial Warriors In her first encounter, she meets the mysterious outlaw Limdo, a Celestial Warrior with a tattoo of the Chinese character for wWhen schoolgirl Takiko Okuda attempts to destroy her father s translation of The Universe of the Four Gods, she is instead literally sucked into the story, becoming the Priestess of Genbu in an epic journey to find the seven Celestial Warriors In her first encounter, she meets the mysterious outlaw Limdo, a Celestial Warrior with a tattoo of the Chinese character for woman on his chest Limdo can not only summon the wind as one of his special powers, but he can also transform into a woman Takiko meets up with the bowman, Chamka, who is hunting Limbdo It seems Chamka is one of the seven Celestial Warriors as well

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    1. [This review covers all twelve volumes]Back in sixth grade, the entire class almost religiously watched the anime Fushigi Yuugi every Friday night and then talk about it in groups come school day. The classroom would be filled with lively chatter about what happened in a recent episode, most especially when my best friend at that time would bring along merchandise such as posters, action figures and copies of the English translated manga itself she tirelessly looked for so she can share them wit [...]

    2. Can I ask Goodread friends a question? Why WHY can I never accept the main guy as the love interest? I know he is but I hate the fact that I always find a minor character much better. All you read about now is some girl meets this "mysterious guy" and you instantly know they will end up liking each other WOW its frustrating. I like Chamka in the manga. Yes this is MUCH better than Fushigi Yuugi with Miaka who I HATED. i loved the story but tomoewhy? Miaka is just annoying! But then again if Miak [...]

    3. *** Attenzione, questa recensione copre l'intera serie, dal volume 1 al volume 12 ***Premessa: amo la Watase. Credo di aver letto quasi tutti i suoi fumetti pubblicati in Italia (perlomeno i principali) e non ce n'è uno che non mi sia piaciuto. Avevo amato Fushigi Yugi e quando ho saputo che usciva questa seconda serie, l'ho presa a scatola chiusa. Tra la lettura del primo Fushigi e questo però sono passati più di dieci anni e quindi ogni richiamo alla storia precedente mi è sfuggito, o era [...]

    4. Untuk vol.1-12 (tamat)Ini merupakan prekuelnya Fushigi Yugi, dan jujur saya lebih suka yang ini:1. Humornya ga se -'wah' komik-komik sensei yang lain (seperti Appare Jipangu, Imadoki, Arata, Alice 19th, Delicious Study, dll), tapi tetep enak untuk diikuti. 2. Ga ada cinta segi-segian sampe rebut-rebutan lalu persahabatan rusak gara-gara seorang cowok. Ga ada! Yeyy! 3. Lebih masuk akal. Yang mati ya mati, ga hidup lagi atau rohnya membantu yang masih hidup untuk memenangkan pertarungan.4. Dan yan [...]

    5. This story takes place in Japan in the 1920's. Takiko is a teenager with an absent father and a sick mother and she's tough - really tough. When her father, the novelist, returns from China having translated an ancient manuscript, Takiko ends up swept into the story - literally. She finds herself in China as the prophesied one - she has been sent to save the people.I found it interesting and I'd like to continue on for a while. At time I was confused as to who was speaking and exactly what was g [...]

    6. Because it's so short and only the beginning of the story, I give it three stars. Otherwise I would've given it four or more stars. The drawings are very good, and I really like the story! Although Manga is not my cup of tea and I never read graphic novels, I enjoyed it for one time only. Part of me is still curious about how the series continues but I prefer a normal book with more words!

    7. This was great but at times I did find it confusing but it was really good!Can't wait to read the rest of the series :)

    8. A pretty solid start to the series. I never completed the first series: fy/ss and this one is a prequel, not a sequel. Yuu Watase writes in her author's notes that this series is more "adult" than fy/ss. I didn't get the sense of that yet unless she's referring to boobies. This series has boobies. I don't know how I feel about gender-swapping characters especially in this era of manga. At least the character in question doesn't seem to feel like it's a curse (I'm looking at you, Ranma 1/2). I li [...]

    9. Kind of just wanted to see how it would hold up. Decently. I think re-reading the original Miaka stuff might have gone less well in that department. Takiko is a bit older and her historical setting is pretty fun.

    10. 's a Watase work with the angry yelling at start, the pointy chins and gorgeous round eyes and "that one face" she always puts on the male protagAt least no rape as plot-starter this time! ehh not yet anyway?

    11. 4.5Loving this!! I've been a fan of FY as long as I can remember. My mom bought the anime when I was a little girl and to this day it's my favorite anime of all time. Reading the prequel series - in some ways - is an unexpected dream come true. It's so good!

    12. How does one even review a manga like this?Ok, here it goes- this manga changed my life. This work was beyond its times; I have yet to find a flaw with it in my many times of rereading it. It's amazing the kinds of themes that were touched upon in the story- social struggles, culture barriers, relationships, friendships, duty, destiny, sacrifice, identity- I can go on and on, but it's all done with some of the most beautiful artwork I've seen in shojo manga. This story taught me some serious lif [...]

    13. "Una saga como Fushigi Yugi nunca cae en el olvido; ni para los lectores, ni mucho menos para su autora, Yuu Watase. Por eso, después de varios años y mucha insistencia por parte de los fans, al fin podemos disfrutar de su precuela: Fushigi Yugi: Genbu Kaiden (literalmente: El juego misterioso: el origen de la leyenda de Genbu). La historia comienza en 1923. Su protagonista, Takiko Okuda, es la primera en abrir El universo de los cuatro dioses, traducido por su padre a partir de un manuscrito [...]

    14. Untuk semua volume sampai tamatKalau membaca buku satu ini setelah Fushigi Yuugi Vol. 1, mau tidak mau pasti akan membandingkan hampir setiap elemen komik ini. Dari sisi cerita, intinya hampir sama kok bedanya tidak ada rebutan cowo antara dua sahabat (Yui vs Miyaka). Heroine-nya jauh lebih kuat dari di buku satunya dan saya lebih salut sama heroine di komik ini yang ga cuma mikirin diri sendiri. Ceritanya jauh lebih mengaduk emosi tapi saya suka. Semua "ksatria bintang" yang muncul juga kereeee [...]

    15. 2nd Read:Again, I love this series. I read the original FY (the 2nd manga series I read in my life) and when i heard about this, I had to read it. Frankly, I think I like it better in some ways. Takiko is a much more mature heroine and has a greater talent than being a glutton (sorry Miaka). The obvious love interest is Limdo, who happens to turn into a woman when his powers manifest. Take that for being original. Its like my love Nuriko is realized, in some fashion. Another Celestial Warrior is [...]

    16. Este manga me trae mucha nostalgia porque fue el primero que compré sin conocer si quiera el original. Y la verdad es que sigue siendo de mis favoritos. Empieza fuerte, con el drama familiar de nuestra protagonista, Takiko, en el Japón rural de los años 20. Al final de ese primer capítulo, sin entender muy bien cómo, nos vemos sumergidos en un mundo de fantasía completamente distinto. Me encanta el mundo de los Cuatro Dioses con todas sus leyendasPuede que me cuelguen algunas personas por [...]

    17. I started this series forever ago. I think it was like in 2003. I never knew what it's about & just picked it up at my library. I was not even old enough for the rating that they gave it, but I was intrigued. I believe they only had up to volume 5 so I just stopped reading it. Somehow (thankfully) I was reminded if this story and so I began re-reading it online and oh my gods I feel in love. It's great Takiko is such a great priestess and I love her connection with all the Celestial Warriors [...]

    18. Prequel to Fushigi Yugi series--Takiko is a school girl in Japan. They have moved to a small town, where her Mother is sick with tuberculosis and stays home. Her father is a professor and scholar, and he is rarely there. He went to China where he writes a translation of a secret document "The Universe of Four Gods" wherein the Priestess of Genbu brings together seven celestial warriors so that the world can continue to exist! His spirited daughter Taikiko is wisked away when she tears the book t [...]

    19. Yuu Watase does it again! When the first arc of FY ended at volume 13 (where the anime finishes) I couldn't see how there could be a second 5 volume series - but the final 5 FY books are awesome and don't drop in standard at all. Again I was a bit unsure about the idea of the prequel series Genbu Kaiden - Surely it's going to be simply a rehash of FY But no. It's still FY and if you love the universe of the four gods etc this has all that, but the characters are different, yet no less compelling [...]

    20. I really loved this book a lot. The storyline of young school, Takiko Okuda, gets trapped in her father's book named "The Universe of the Four". In order to get out of the book she must find the seven Celestial Warriors as becoming the Priestess of Genbu when she entered the book. So far in this volume of the series, she finds one Celestial Warrior named Limdo with six more to go. He as the special to summon wind and transform into a women. Unfortunately Takiko was taken by people trying to arre [...]

    21. To be honest, I began reading Genbu Kaiden before I even realized it was the prequel to The Mysterious Play. And, after reading up until about book four, I decided to read the first Fushigi Yuugi while I waited for book five to come out. I was shocked. The entire series starts out with two back-stabbing fifteen-year-old school girls?! It was sad to see that Miaka and Yui were too obsessed about winning Tamahome that they left their duties as priestesses slip into the background.Ranting aside, Ge [...]

    22. Review for series up to volume 11 as currently available. This is a re-take on the Fushigi Yugi story from Watase's previous series but a prequel to those events. Again, a young girl is drawn out of the real world into a book to save the world with a ragtag group of fated warriors, most of whom have no interest in working with her. Here the celestial marks are considered a curse and harbingers of the end of the world, a rumor potentiated by the king who's reign is threatened by said celestial wa [...]

    23. I enjoyed the previous Fushigi Yugi series when I was younger, so when I learned about the Prequel, I had to read it as well. Let me tell you this story doesn't disappoint fans of the old series, and it allows a new group of fans to be brought in, because you don't have to read the other series to understand what's going on. Whether you are a old fan or someone new, I suggest you pick up this story, about a girl who gets trapped in a world not her own, told she's the one who can save them and al [...]

    24. I usually hate reversed-harem and the first chapter cover screams about it loudly. A girl sucked in to his father's book, The Universe of Four God, world to find seven legendary warriors? Huh? And the first warrior is a hermaphrodite who loves his/her manservant? The premise of A girl and seven boys should have made me dropped manga in an instant. But, I crave Watase Yuu's work after looking at my angsty-manga collection. I would love to read another angsty manga like Alice 19th. Btw, her main m [...]

    25. This is the prequel to Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play (in the process of being rereleased by Viz Media). It's rare for a manga to make me this interested in the characters in the first book of the series, but I was - despite not being quite sure what was going on. The historical setting of the real-world part of the manga (early 20th-century Japan) is well-researched, and the notes are interesting. Yuu Watase is also the author of Alice 19th, and some of the same themes of belonging and famil [...]

    26. At first I wasn't into it, but the more I read the more I liked it. I haven't read FY:SS and I guess this is the prequel? So it's a little confusing also it takes place like 80 years ago??? Also it was confusing just like keeping track of who was talking and saying what and what was happening for the first chapter mostly. The speech bubbles threw me off a bit as they didn't really specify who was talking Also not sure if it was just my copy but the last like 10 pages? repeat at the end. Will pro [...]

    27. The book FUSHIGI YUUGI was made by Yuu Watse. I think that the book is out going and funny there are some funny moments in the book. As well there are people who would do anything to help there friend. In the book the girl goes into the book and she goes to is the one her dad wrote, she lands in a winter land and she is walking and she finds someone in chins and she helps the person down and they both head to the closest town and and the person she saved was wanted by the town. So she and the pe [...]

    28. It's the same story, and you already know how it ends if you've read the sequel but, it still blew-me-away! Takiko is a strong, sad, but worthy protagonist. Watase leaves off the twists and turns that just add pointless length to an otherwise good story (unlike the original). Yes. This series is better than the original. I can't wait to see what Watase does with the byakko protagonist in the final story if she ever gets around to writing it! Oh, please, someone convince her to write it!Read it w [...]

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