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a few more updates and this will be a amazing game. As of now its very strange, the presentation is amazing but the graphics just dont work, compared to other android games especially, you obtain thrown into the android game immeadietly with the choice of 3 classes, the video test is as you would expect it to however the hero animations are leaving a lot to be desired as theyre sometimes clunky and awkward. its playable now but id wait for a few updates first before trying.
War Angel Alita is considered one of the greatest mangas - and I'm inclined to agree. The sci-fi/action manga is attractive to behold; amazing detail is poured into the design of the cybernetics and the background. I have read a lot of manga before, but Alita is the only manga to date that I have purchased. This is in part due to it's graphical fidelity and it's accessibility.What do I mean by accessibility? It's something most anyone into comic books, action, or science fiction would enjoy. I'm an avid reader/watcher of Japanese manga/anime/cinema, so "Alita" was a no-brainer for me. But to people who aren't fans of manga/anime, they often obtain lost by the "Japanese-y-ness" of the whole thing. This is not a issue with "Alita." Even a person who has never read a manga before would be able to jump right into "Alita" without becoming lost, and without even realizing that it's Japanese. In short, it has a universal appeal that isn't lost in translation.I have no major issues with the manga itself - I love it. I do, however, have a issue with this particular product/purchase. This product includes the first six chapters for volume one - "Rusty Angel" to "Conquering Angel." However, the first volume of the manga has SEVEN chapters. This product is missing the latest chapter of the volume ("Tears of an Angel"), and is therefore incomplete. So if you buy this and read to the end feeling like you're missing something, that's because you are. I also purchased volumes 2-4 on Amazon as well; all of which have all their needed be warned, shopper: Either search a copy of this volume with the seventh chapter, or be prepared to have to find online to read it.
Wow vol.12I gotta tell you i think not good small Alita has been milked to death...(err...that sounds wrong) what i mean is, i feel this series is going nowhere, you obtain to the point were all the metaphysical, psychological gobbledigook just gets tiring, Alita grew up to be somewhat of a bore. I don't like the tail or the fresh outfit, it just doesn't fit her, alita was unintentionally cute, never purposely so. The plot has been given the runaround so much i just don't really care why or what is going on...With that being said, Yukito Kishiro's art style is clean and impressive! the action flows smoothly off the pages and the hero designs are a mix of cool,bizarre,grotesque and comical. Kishiro continues introducing and killing off more characters than most western comic book companies want they could imagine up. Like someone mentioned it's real that he gives nearly all of his characters a back story,BUT i feel sometimes it is simply to take away attention from the fact that the main plot has become stale and redundant or simply could be finished in a single volume.I feel B.A.L.O has become the Dragoon Ball Z of today all action with small to no real interesting is is from someone who has been a fan of the author and hero from near the beginning...
The latest volume before the War Angel series switches publishers, this volume has been particularly difficult to obtain without paying an arm and a leg.While the original series was Alita's journey through the ruined Earth, Latest Order follows the "battle tournament" motif of the Rollerball arc, with the fate of the Earth at stake. Although this severely limits the series in a lot of ways, we are still meeting a slew of interesting fresh characters as well as the history of the War Angel universe left unrevealed in the original series. This volume is concerned largely with the beginning of a match between Alita's squad and a collection of independent karate masters, with the Earth's sovereignty as the e wars are interesting, but I'd really like to see what happens at the end of this competition and beyond. I hope the series doesn't just end when this competition does.
After 17 volumes of cyborg action, Kishiro abructly changes direction with this flashback volume. In a post-apocalyptic globe rag-tag humans test to survive versus a tribe of vampire. Alita herself barely appears but we learn the history of her globe and hey, vampires! Everything is better with it's a bit of a distraction if you're looking for an advancement of the plot but it's a fun diversion and answers some long-standing questions.
Nova, the villainous researcher who spent much of the first Alita series foiling the efforts of the attractive cyborg is back. This time with a various agenda. Equipped with the barest fragments of Alita's brain he remakes her, this time with an even better artificial body, the Imaginos. Alita awakens to a globe in chaos - Nova has reveled that citizens of Tiphares have had their brains replaced with chips, and the overprotective guardian machines turn on the populace to conceal the ill made and drawn by Yukito Kishiro, this fresh series has all that magic of its predecessor. War Angel Alita remains a fine example of Manga that uses are to expand the imagination at the same time it entertains. For all the spellbinding action and violence, the driving factors behind the series remains the intangibles that separate human from non-human, and life from r all that Alita is 'made' rather than born, she is clearly more human than the chip-brained adults of Tiphares, who see themselves as the perfection of the species. In the beginnings of a complex plot that pits adults versus their children, Alita once again displays both her power and her compassion, We are also granted glimpses of Alita's origins - the promises of explanations that were never forthcoming in the initial a globe where sequels are cheap and easy, it's nice to see the effort Kishiro and VIZ publishing have place together to make something even better than its origins. You won't be disappointed.
The respond that everyone has ever wanted to know about this volume - yes the Zenith of Things Competition finally finishes!Kushiro actually introduces an interesting hero and concludes some arcs for others. It is almost as if the conclusion of the ZOTT has allowed him to concentrate on moving some story elements forward that have been missing for around 10 volumes. The core of what this series is about feels like it is back - interesting characters, private growth and understanding, challenges, interplanetary intrigue.I am genuinely excited to see what will happen next and am satisfied to see Vol 18 is coming out in Sep 13.And there is flan!!!
Echoing some comments from other reviewers I am failing to see how some of these ZOTT graphic novels fit into the canon and spirit of the series.I have been reading BAA since 1994 and appreciate the series for the hero development and growth associated with Alita and the characters supporting her. The central hero has been too absent in Latest Order of late (Space Karate just lacks something, honestly) and the ZOTT serves merely as a car to put wars after wars for their own gratuity.Anyone remember the Motorball sequences from the original series and Alita's war with Jashugan - now that is why I read and re-read the original manga series. I felt true emotion in this and other moments (Figure 4, Nova, Ido). I hold hoping that Latest Order will meet some of this potential - Kushiro has it in him to do it. Or is it a case of or had it in him and it is now gone?
A rare item, indeed. Four stars because I had to have it and was glad to obtain it in even what most people would consider decent condition. And considering its '06 print date, I paid a reasonable price. But it's condition kept it from that fifth star. While I will concede it was new, in that it looks like it was never owned; I'm sure it was read as there was a thumb crease dead center on the cover; dents along the edges and paper yellowing tell me it was kept on a shelf where it could be perused along with other manga, as opposed to in a bag as a comic would be.
I read the entire manga online latest year, and I'm so glad to be able to buy the hard copy now! It's hardcover and printed huge and in high quality, which really enhances the artistry of Yukito Kishiro. That explains the high price, which I was confused about when I ordered it, but it was a nice surprise to search out why it was priced so high for a comic. The only critique I have is that the paper seems a small thin and simple to tear. Overall, I'm not disappointed.
This is the first thing I bought off amazon, back in 1997. This is a MUST HAVE if you're looking to collect the War angel e novel it's self is a bit rough around the edges. Kishiro's drawing style at this time wasn't refine as in the later novels. The story is amazing and introduces you to Ido and Alita, and their despotic globe beneath the amazing y poor think I can truly say about this ver is the cover art- it is meh at best and pales in comparison to the original one back in the 90s. ( I posted a picture of the art of the novel i got back in the day)
I became an Alita fan at a time when no ver was currently in print. My collection is comprised of different used books, some flopped (the art is reversed so you can read from left to right), some not, but all are little and relatively low quality. Reading this large and gorgeous book has me noticing things in the art that I've never seen before, and I must have read the entire series 4 or 5 times. If you are reading Alita for the first time or wish to replace your existing collection with something of very amazing (and unaltered) quality, this is the one to r the story, this book covers the Makuku and Yugo arcs, which are both beautiful darn good. The first is standard poor guy fighting while the second covers Alita's first crush. No rollerball in this one! (Though I've never minded that arc as much as some.) Even at its lowest the Alita story is still solid. The newer "Last Order" can't compare to the original.
The original War Angel Alita series has finally returned (thanks to the upcoming movie) in stunningly gorgeous deluxe hardcover editions. I have owned the original American releases (amongst the earliest mangas to be translated and published in the west) for a lot of years now and it has remained my very favorite series. Latest Order was ok, but nowhere near the caliber of the how does this fresh edition stack up? I am thrilled to say that is exceeds in nearly every conceivable way. Let’s take a look:PRESENTATION: The book is beautiful. Huge format with high quality art printed right on the cover (no dust jacket). The pages themselves are glossy and show the black and white art with deep tones and crystal clear photo quality. As I compared the book, page by page, to my original copy I was shocked to realize just how poor the original actually looks versus this fresh edition . The full-color pages that were scattered throughout the original Japanese book are also now restored and look phenomenal.I never had any issue with how manga used to obtain “mirrored” so western audiences could read it left to right (in fact, I actually prefer it) but you purists out there will be satisfied to know that this ver retains its original right to left ANSLATION: This fresh edition features a completely retranslated English script. I have also compared much of this, page by page, with the original releases and for the most part, I prefer this fresh version. Almost every single line has been altered, at least slightly, and while I’d say about half of it makes no noteworthy difference to the dialogue or story, some of it is indeed a large improvement over the original clunky English. There were admittedly a few lines here and there that I actually thought sounded better in the original translation, but nothing so strongly that I would choose to read that copy over this fresh one. The best part of the fresh translation is that it restores all of the original Japanese names of people and locations (except, of course, for Alita herself -- which is actually supposed to be “Gally”). The original American release changed nearly every name to create them more “consumable” for us and it’s very nice to see that only gripe with this volume, and it isn’t a large one, is where they chose to chop it off. It almost includes the original books 1 and 2, but not quite. It literally ends ONE chapter before the end of the original book 2 which is very baffling. I assume this was due to spacing as they condensed the original nine volumes down to five, and wanted them to all be relatively equal in page-count, but it feels really strange for that particular plot-line to stop so abruptly right before it’s finished. Especially considering that it is the clear end of an arc and the following arc starts a completely fresh section of the overall story. This is in no method a deal-breaker though. Just a little oddity.I’m also extremely curious to see how the fresh final volume ends, as the original versions had an ending that has since been completely ret-conned out in order to let Latest Order to pick up the story. When this series was first republished back when Latest Order started, the original ending was removed from the final volume. So it will be interesting to see if these fresh editions restore that original ending or continue to leave it out.If you are a long-time fan of War Angel Alita, or you are just discovering it now with the major motion picture on the horizon, these fresh editions are an inarguable must-have. Alita is a classic Japanese Sci-Fi epic that takes you on a sprawling journey you are not likely to forget. I cannot recommend this series enough, and if this first volume is any indication, these fresh editions are finally giving it the treatment it deserves.
This android game feels iust like Ellen's show. Being as huge of an Ellen fan as I am, we all know that this android game is awesome. It feels like I'm a part of the present when I've never gotten to be on it before. Well, there are only such things as wishes!
I love Ellen so much, and I do love this game. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is be a use I want u didn't habe to play the same android game over and over again to begin a fresh android game there should be 2cgames begin so u can alternate. But othercthan,that once I obtain all the android games begin I will be having a amazing time playing!! Is there anything Ellen can't do??
Interesting concept, amazing sense of humor. looks like the begin of something better. But it has that mechanic of 4 prize slots, can only begin one every x hours, unless you pay to begin faster. There's no method to save a android game with that design, so uninstalled. Please consider something else. That ruins the game.