Deja-Vu; Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Deja-Vu; Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Unfulfilled love always ends tragically… or does it? Through different seasons and different eras in time, two lovers cross paths again and again, trying for that one chance to get it right. Different lives, at different points in history, but one thing remains constantâ€"their love for each other. Spanning the beginning of history, WWII-era Japan, modern-day America, an...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published January 8th 2008 by TokyoPop
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First, a majority of this book is a two star book. Writer Youn In-Wan is for the most part a competent writer, but his time-spanning epic love story, drawn by 4 different, but equally dull, artists feels like Apollo's Song for dummies. It is more concise and less confusing and, at times, much gentler and more romantic. But, this version feels dumber and more rushed. The artwork is not really worth the time, as it looks like a thousand other manga. The Winter story, set in the future, does featur...more
I've been reading a lot of one-book manga lately, and this is by far the best collection of short stories I've found. Specifically it is manhwa, manga-like comics from Korea. There are 6 stories in this book - four are interconnected to make up Deja -vu, then two unrelated short stories are added at the end. The Deja-vu stories are beautiful and fascinating, even to someone like me who doesn't love shojo. Utility, one of the short stories at the end, is just straight-up disturbing, and Ocean is...more
Jessica Severs
Everyone's familiar with the tragedy of unrequited love thanks to Shakespeare. But imagine if Romeo and Juliet were re-incarnated and made to suffer the same star-crossed fate over and over again.
That's the premise of "Deja-Vu." Two young people fall in love but are torn apart spanning the centuries, from the mystical beginning of time to beyond the apocalypse.
Hopeless romantics won't be able to tear themselves away from this beautifully drawn manga. Each tale is captivating. And as an added b...more
I picked this up for "Deja vu," an interlocked set of 4 stories of frustrated lovers in four different times. I only discovered as I finished it that there are two other short stories at the end. Each of the six stories is drawn by a different artist, so it's a good introduction to this art form. Otherwise, I can't say much for it.

The premise of the "Deja vu" stories was an interesting one, but a lot of what happened in each one was confusing. The story "Utility" was bizarre and disturbing -- i...more
São quatro histórias de amor bonitinhas, mas a melhor é a história do mal sobre um grupo de crianças que planejam uma ocultação de cadáver...
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