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Cardcaptor Sakura, Vol. 6 (Cardcaptor Sakura #6)

4.35 of 5 stars 4.35  ·  rating details  ·  2,059 ratings  ·  33 reviews
The Final Judgment

Sakura has collected all of the Clow Cards, but her quest is not over yet. Unless she can pass the final trial, the cards will unleash a terrible curse. Yue, the Judge, doesn't think she has what it takes to become master of the cards. With everything she's ever held dear on the line, Sakura needs to give the performance of her lifetime.
Paperback, 187 pages
Published June 7th 2005 by Tokyopop (first published 1998)
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Well, Dayum. Yue's made his appearance and he. is. foine. (* 3*)yue~<3 hahaha It was not who I expected to be. And I thought it would be a female, so I'm pleasantly surprised! The mystery of Miss Mysterious, Kaho Mizuki, is solved and she's gone (finally! lol why don't I like her in the least?!). Nothing happened with Li Shaoran.... I kinda thought he would reveal a new identity, but perhaps my memory of the stuff my friend told me is wrong. (very possible)
Oh yeah, speaking of Shaoran, that
Li is finally showing that he likes sakura, finally! Which is why I am reading this. I don't like how he is such a weakling in the manga version. How is a rival supposed to a rival if he is no match for her? Anime is better...but I do like the extra info given in the manga.

The judgment day was very anticlimactic and I already knew who the other guardian was, it was predictable even if I didn't watch the anime.

Kano leaves. Touya is the same old awesome over protective brother who has many jobs to
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.
Este tomo ha sido muy intenso.
esta lleno de momentos de acción en todo momento.
se descubren un montón de cosas y acaba con ganas de coger ya el siguiente tomo
Wow! The final judgment was done so much better in the manga. The cost of failing was much more personal, Syaoran (I'm sure I spelled his name wrong) was NOT a participant. In fact Syaoran's role was completely different in the manga and he wasn't nearly was much of an ass either. Also, no Mei-Lin which was interesting. I must say, while I liked Mei-Lin, the story is so much better without her. I also love how the bell scene played out and how Yue's decision was explained differently. Much bette ...more
[Ch. 23-26]

So just a note that I've been meaning to add.. There's no rivalry between Sakura and Syaoran in the manga. I miss Meilin, I really liked her - she was so funny.

Syaoran starts to like Sakura a bit more gradually. I feel like in the anime they kinda forced it. She calls him by his first name (and vice-versa) in the volume. Pretty much the same kind of situation (she was falling, he called her name, she ended up being fine).

Syaoran doesn't catch any of the cards, and there doesn't even
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
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Read from the Dark Horse omnibus editions. Added separately for the sake of my reading challenge.
Rachel (Sfogs)
Yue was not who I expected at all.
I thought Sakura's 'battling' was rather weak.
Amy Gideon
I think if I had read this series before Tsubasa and Xxxholic I would not have ever picked them up. While I do like parts of this series the story isn't as compelling as Tsubasa or as intriguing as Xxxholic.

I think it's interesting to see the origin of many of the other two series characters, but I have to say I prefer their later characterizations. Maybe if I had read this in grade school I would have more appreciation for it, but it's hard to get past some of the relationships, especially the
Anna C
Not planning to read the second series. Very under-plotted.
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
- A whole lot of info is jammed into this last volume, and I'm not sure I understand it all.

- I like Kero Chan's true form. It is cool.

- There were some surprises in the end, and I had no idea!

- This book was full of great illustrations! I love the action scenes. I liked the layout of a lot of the pages.

- Overall, I thought the series was fun. I'm excited to read the next set.
And with this volume, the first part of the series is finished. The cards are collected, the real forms of both Kerberos and Yue are revealed and a lot is explained. My favorite part of this manga? Still Toya and Yukito and their relationship. I just loved Kaho rooting for them, trying to convince Toya that he should finally tell Yuki what he wanted to tell him! So cute!
Since this website doesn't have registered volumes 7-12, I'll write the review here.

The plot in general isn't particularly interesting or original. The reason I gave it 4 stars was mostly due to the fantastic gender politics and subversion of gender roles. Also, having actual queer presentation that's not simply subtext is always welcome.
Soo good! I loved this! I'm glad I finally picked it up to read! I'm a little disappointed that the element metal was skipped over. They made a big deal about all of the other Chinese elements, so why not that one?

Anyway- I can't wait to start reserving the sequel!
Jan 04, 2014 Ros rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2014
El último volumen de la primera parte ha sido realmente excelente. Me encantó.
Jessie Radford
The end of the first series. It was a wonderful journey, but I was so happy when I found out there was a second series. I didn't want to give it up yet. The art work was spectacular.
YES!! Great ending! It confirmed my suspicions and answered so many of my questions! Wonderful book, wonderful series, and I can't wait to read the sequel!! ^_^
4.5 Stars
Review to come
Nov 26, 2008 Naomi rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: manga
Wow, I was going down the list to get my profile updated since I just joined, and I went from volume 2 to volume 6. Yes, I had to mention that.
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!!
Oct 20, 2008 Vivian rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: manga lovers
Recommended to Vivian by: Friend
It was amazing!!!
I would recommend everyone to read,"Cardcaptor Sakura:Master of the Clow."
I read this rather quickly, so I can't say much. Not even what page I'm in.
A very fun, light-hearted classic in the "magical school girls" genre of manga.
The plot is good, but the romance is so bad.
Cardcaptor Sakura, Book 6 by CLAMP (2002)
That was a wonderful ending. So happy for Sakura.
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