Silent Mobius, Vol. 1
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Silent Mobius, Vol. 1 (Silent Mobius (Viz) #1)

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In the 21st century the 'Entities' came... and the human race needed new heroes. Meet the A.M.P. (Abnormal Mystery Police), six young women with psychic and super powers ready and willing to do combat with the worst monsters, megadynes, and dragons that future Tokyo has to offer!

In these three stories, set in the year 2026, learn the secrets of Katsumi Liqueur, daughter of...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 6th 1999 by VIZ Media LLC
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Lauren
I start this review by admitting that had I not seen the anime on Tech TV a few years back I would not have ordered the first two of the Viz release of the manga and would not have been nearly so excited as I was when I heard about the Complete Edition's release.

One of the first things to strike me about the new release is the gallery at the front of the book. With color illustrations from various sources, some of which are rather humorous, taking up the first ten pages I am left with mixed feel...more
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Kia Asamiya(麻宮 騎亜, born in 1963) is the pen-name of a popular Japanese manga artist whose work spans multiple genres and appeals to diverse audiences (1990s).

He is well-known for using influences from American comics, television, and movies in his work, and describes himself as a big fan of both Batman and Star Wars. One of the most widely-published Japanese manga-ka, nearly all of his stories hav...more
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