Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Vol. 1 (Cardcaptor Sakura, #7)
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Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Vol. 1 (Cardcaptor Sakura #7)

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A whole new adventure begins! The sequel to the original Cardcaptor Sakura manga - 10-year-old Sakura must face a new set of challenges, using the cards she captured to face a new foe - the reincarnation of Clow Though Sakura has completed her quest and collected all of the Clow Cards, she must now face an even greater challenge. A new boy appears at her school claiming to...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published August 13th 2002 by Tokyopop (first published 1998)
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Theresa ♫
Dec 14, 2011 Theresa ♫ rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fellow humans in search for a mahou shoujo manga!!
Dude, the last time I read this book was YEARS AGO. YEEEEEEEEEARS AGO, meaning the 5th grade.
And I'm a freshman in high school right now, so that's saying something, right??

But I do remember Cardcaptor Sakura. And I liked this series, especially the MOTC series.

Since I can't remember EVERY SINGLE BIT of Cardcaptor Sakura: MOTC, I will try to make this review short and snappy. (And...I have to read like 18 other books and one of them is due to my school library TOMORROW!!!! HYAH!

So basically, thi...more
Natalie
Aug 11, 2014 Natalie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: CLAMP fans, CCS fans
Recommended to Natalie by: my sis
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Countessbutterfly
Ok, I love CLAMP. They always have some of the most attractive art in the biz, and the most creative plot lines, to boot. Why did I give this series 4 stars then?
Well, first, there's the blatant (it's actually a pathetic attempt a subtle, but it was really as subtle as an atom bomb) homosexuality. I don't have an issue with LGBT at all, some of my LGBT friends are better friends than my straight ones, but I really don't think it was appropriate for a kid's manga, because that's what this is: a k...more
Robin
Jun 10, 2012 Robin rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: owned
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...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.
Ana

When I was younger I watch the anime for this manga and I adored it.
Now after reading it I can't help but love it more!
I would say this is one of the rare true childrens manga out there that can be read by all ages.
Sara
Wooo! Things have gotten interesting! I think I get who this Eriol punk is, but I hate him anyway. He's just that typical nice-to-face-but-trying-to-kill-you-secretly character. Plus, he's got the boring nerdy look and no thanks to that in most circumstances.

My favorite part was in this volume was when Sakura was asking Yue if he remembers the things that happen to Yukito since Yukito doesn't remember being Yue... He said he does! LMAO!! It was the BEST AWKWARD MOMENT~!<3 xD It gave me a bel...more
Lux
Read from the Dark Horse omnibus editions. Added separately for the sake of my reading challenge.
Jaimie
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Luminalsl
Ces personnages sont tellement attachants d'un tome à l'autre, un vraie plaisir de les retrouver à chaque fois
Robin
Although this is marked as the first in a series, it is actually the continuation of Cardcaptor Sakura, Vol. 1 (Cardcaptor Sakura, #1) by CLAMP.

For my review or rather comments regarding Cardcaptor Sakura, please see here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show....

PS - I like "The Master of the Clow" part of Cardcaptor Sakura. We meet Eriol, learn more about Clow Reed & the past, and most importantly, Sakura & Syaoran's relationship begins to grow.
Megan Sanchez
I love all of Cardcaptor Sakura. It was one of those series that got into manga/anime, back in elementary school. I remember taping episodes of the horrible English dub on VHS over the weekend and obsessively rewatching them during the week. The volumes published in English under the title "Master of the Clow" are the strongest by far and a great reread.

Eriol, Ruby Moon and Spinel Sun are some of my favorite characters, period. I love the way Eriol brings out all of Li's possessive tendencies. I...more
Kit
On one hand, Sakura's battles in this series seem to be higher-stakes as her magic has become more powerful, but this isn't Harry Potter - we know she's going to win and that everything is going to turn out all right. The focus of this sweet series is on the excellently-drawn relationships among the characters. Never syrupy or sappy, Sakura's friends, family, teachers, and even her estranged grandfather are shown as good people who are a source of strength for her and each other. This is one of...more
Mazohyst
Reading this was like a wave of nostalgia. As a kid who watched the anime, this really made me happy as it picked off just before where I left off (in the anime of course).

Eriol is introduced, and he's always been a strange favourite of mine, especially Yue and Yukito. I'm quite glad for these characters to have appeared.

There is still a lot I don't know about the series, so I can't wait to read the rest!
arzu
DUDE. DUDE. DUDE.
I read this in maybe 2nd grade, and it got me started on anime and manga. The art is adorable, the storyline is cute, and every book gives you an important lesson that 5th grader Sakura has learned along her journey along becomeing a magical girl(??)
Also I don't think anybody dies like puelli madoka magica.
puelli madoka magica was just sad
Kami
- This picks up right after the first series ends.

- Does Tomoya have a crush on Sakura? I'm confused.

- I can't believe what is going on with the new kids in town! Craziness!

- I liked the bit about a Teddy Bear's birthday! So cute! I'm going to start giving birthdays to teddy bears.

- I liked Sakura's last costume.
Kati
Eriol's cute! And devious! And I love blushing Li-kun! Though I have to wonder why Eriol's so cruel to Shaolan when basically, Shaolan is his... uh, grandson? Interesting. Also, every time Toya opened his mouth to tell Yukito... something... someone interrupted them. It was so frustrating! Looking forward to vol. 8!
Brynn the Book Lover
Nakuru's line about gender being for humans bothered me a lot. There are plenty of people who are outside of the binary system who are-gasp-human!
Jessie
I accidentally ended up reserving Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow at the library instead of the original Cardcaptor Sakura series. I enjoyed the art and the story, so I'm looking forward to reading Cardcaptor Sakura from the beginning.
Becky
Fantastic series! Extremely entertaining to read and understand! Adorable illustrations too. I was brought up with the English 'cardcaptors' dub, so it's very interesting reading the original English manga, which has not be censored.
Steph
This volume gets one fewer star than the others because it was depressing as hell. I'm really not into Tomoyo being silently and sadly in love with Sakura forever. that element of the story has stopped being cute.
MoonTea
Jeez what has happened to me~ I'll read just about anything illustrated these days ^o^`. This has a large cute factor though~ the characters are done in an adorable style.
Jenny
[Ch. 27-30]

Good volume. Eriol is introduced. He's a pretty interesting character.. Not much to say about this volume. You see more interaction between Sakura/Syaoran.
Dominique Wgginton
I fantastic classic to read. The story is well written as well as well drawn out and simplistic yet complicated. This is honestly a must read for manga and clamp fans!
Emily
I loved these graphic novels when I was in high school, and about once every six months, I go back and reread the series. They're really cute and a nice light read.
Majuchan
The story gets more interesting even Sakura catched all the cards.

The character's love interests in this manga is really weird for me. but I still enjoyed it.
Lauren
Feb 16, 2008 Lauren rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: manga/ shoujo fans
Shelves: own
first manga I've ever read and I loved it! It is a huge magical piece of my early childhood with the anime and 6th grade+ with the manga <3
Amy Gideon
So far I like Master of the Clow better than Cardcaptor Sakura. There seems to be more depth to this arc than the one in Cardcaptor.
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