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カードキャプターさくら 3 (Cardcaptor Sakura #3)

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When missing Clow Cards begin turning up alarmingly close to Sakura's home, catching the cards isn't just a matter of responsibility--it's a matter of protecting the ones she loves.
Paperback, 187 pages
Published April 26th 2004 by 少年画報社 (first published August 1st 1997)
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- This one seemed shorter than the others. Maybe it was because I had to read this one online.

- Is Tomoyo hitting on Sakura?

- Sakura's brother is pretty cool. I think there is more to him. He reminds me of my older brothers.

- Kero Chan is SO cute!! I want one!

- Now I know how Tomoyo can afford to make all those costumes for Sakura! What a house!

- Tomoyo's mother has issues.

- Who is that strange lady? She keeps popping up!

- There were some pretty funny moments in this one!

I laughed.

Really, though, sometimes I wonder if this type of funny moment is purely due to the translation, or if the original is also preposterous.
When asked what my favorite manga-ka is, I'd have to say CLAMP without a moment's hesitation. When asked what my favorite manga by CLAMP is, though, I hesitate. It's so hard to narrow it down.

Ultimately, though, CCS is definitely in my top five. This manga is so damn charming. The main character is wonderful, delightful, and so strong, her supporting cast is memorable and beautiful. The manga covers many themes and motifs, but the one that's most compelling to me is the concept that love comes
Kind of shorter than I expected but that's because I know what's going to happen and the chapters are way shorter than there anime counterpart.

I just love Touya, he is an awesome brother!

I also enjoyed some funny scenes but all in all same redundancy. I'm edging more and more towards the anime now.
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I'm glad that I chose this one as the first book in 2010. CCS gives me a fuzzy feeling every time. I think it's great that the manga doesn't focus only on the gathering of the Clow cards, that it develops its characters a bit more with every story. In this volume, we learn more about Toya, what he sees and who he knows. And there are many touching moments: like the card's reaction to Toya's gentleness or Toya feeding Yukito his pancakes. It's these little moments that make the manga perfect.
Jessie Radford
Again wonderful artwork! For anyone who was ever a fan of the show you really should pick up these books. Even if there for a younger generation, they are well worth the read. I can't help but get a warm feeling reading this book.
As the series goes, I just love it more and more!
Federiken Masters
Qué sorpresa, una vez más descubro que no tengo marcados la mitad de series que juraría haber readeado hace bocha. Y, como siempre, copipasteo una reseña pedorra y genérica que no dice nada para disminuir el riesgo de que barran con todo otra vez.
Pero que conste que la serie en general me pareció muy divertida, creo recordar.
Un tercer volumen que mejora muchísimo con respecto a su antecesor.
En esta entrega tiene mucha más acción, y hizo que no lograra despegar los ojos de las páginas.
Sakura va evolucionando cada vez más y va aprendiendo más cosas.
There are more differences between the manga and the show this time than the last two volumes. I still enjoying it and love the small changes made - definitely adds to the series.
Read from the Dark Horse omnibus editions. Added separately for the sake of my reading challenge.
Anna Cain
Volume three thankfully lacks the abrupt plotting of the first or the pedophilia of the second. There's not much to say besides... kawaii desu ne!!!
I've read this entire series and I would recommend it as a "first manga" for any young manga readers. It was made by CLAMP who does alot of intese fantasies which are all very "kidfriendly". Although, the teen version of CCS, Tsubasa Chronicle, may be al little violent depending on the age of the reader.
This was persomally my first manga. I don't remember it super well, but I started reading it when I was about 11 or 12. I do recommend it to anyone who is interested in taking up the manga hobbi
Cardcaptor Sakura is not my cup of tea but then again, I'm a bit older than the target audience. As with all Clamp manga, characters are well drawn and super cute. And these stories are all about female empowerment - Sakura always gets her card! - and female protagonist has super powers.

If you've enjoyed the first two books in this series, you will also enjoy this third volume, as it follows the same plot conventions and patterns - this story is just more of the same.
Volume two was kind of brutal for me, and I read volume three right after. I couldn't really get myself to enjoy it, especially with a new character showing up that is making me worry that there's even more cringe-worthy relationships ahead. I want to like it, because I like the art and most of the characters and the basic storyline... Sadly, I just might need to drop the series.
The Complete Guide to Manga says Cardcaptor Sakura is one of the best manga published in English, period, and I agree. Of course, the story - elementary-school-student Sakura captures renegade tarot-like cards - is also extremely cute and will probably appeal mainly to girls. But there's a lot of depth and it's sweet in a good way. I recommend it!
This is a good volume! :) You get a lot of Touya time and you also get to see what Sakura's mother's personality was like (and it's pretty hilarious). There's another mysterious character who comes in towards the end and I suspect it's going to entail another weirdo relationship- this time with Touya.
This is soooo kawaii!!!!!
First of all, I noticed that CLAMP is a fan of Student-Teacher affairs. i have to stop its 2AM and im flailing all over because of this.

Note: This is not a book review because this is my 7 year old self speaking. :3333
Glad to say that even though I'm familiar with all of the stories already thanks to the anime, this book was never boring and still could entertain me. Lots of amusing and laugh-out-loud worthy scenes, and wonderful stories as usual.
In this volume, Shaoran and Sakura are starting to help each other to catch the cards, but the rivalry is still there especialy for Yukito. The cards are somehow always active around Sakura and people close to her.
[Ch. 11-14]

Oh ho ho, it ends in a cliff hanger! Tomoyo, Sakura, and Syaoran are fixing to enter a maze so that's, yeah, interesting.

No, Meilin. :( She's such an interesting and funny character.
Still one of the best manga I've read! Its a great adventure, happy, feel good story and Sakura, Lee and Tomoyo are super likeable!!
I liked this one but it is geared more towards little kids. But a fun read.
A very fun, light-hearted classic in the "magical school girls" genre of manga.
Awesome!! ^_^ Still really loving this series!!
Cardcaptor Sakura #3 by CLAMP (2001)
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