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20th Century Boys, Tome 15 (20th Century Boys #15)

4.43 of 5 stars 4.43  ·  rating details  ·  734 ratings  ·  15 reviews
L'exposition universelle de 2015 va bientôt commencer. Le pape est sur le point de venir à Tokyo. Au Japon comme en Italie, ceux qui ont planifié son assassinat et ceux qui ont juré de le protéger sont sur le pied de guerre. Chacun se prépare pour le grand jour…
Paperback, 232 pages
Published February 10th 2005 by Planet Manga (first published December 25th 2003)
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Well we have another time skip coming next volume and a huge status change to go with it. Let's hope it keeps the series fresh. I hate to say it, but it's dragging out a bit. I'm still all in, but these past few volumes could have condensed the story without losing anything special.
Norman Cook
The tension is ratcheted up as the Pope arrives in Japan. Will Kanna and company be in time to thwart the Friends from assassinating him? Or is there an even more malevolent plan in the works? It could well be the end of the world, yet there is a glimmer of hope riding across the rainbow.
This is quite possibly the volume of 20th Century Boys yet. Naoki Urasawa has brought his game with this new volume. The return of some "friends" make this a thrilling and compulsive read. Urasawa has created a genuinely terrifying villian who thrills and chills you at the same time. There are images in this volume that will stick with me for quite awhile. Can't wait for #16.
Mikael Kuoppala
For a few volumes already the "20th Century Boys" saga has been building up to a recreation of the 1971 World Expo, an important event in the childhood of the main characters. In a near-future totalitarian Japan that very same Expo with its futuristic pavilions is rising again, overshadowed by the death of the country's recently deceased dictator only known as The Friend. For a while now our protagonists opposing the government have known that the Pope is going to the expo and a prophecy the Fri ...more
Why am I upset with this manga, now, after so much praise? It's not because of the perfectly balanced foreshadowing. Nor is it because I kind of half-expected this storytime outcome. No. I'm upset because I wanted the bad guy to have stayed dead and have the adventure continue as cleverly as it had before.

Although, if I'm going to be perfectly honest, seeing the pope get saved like that was pretty funny, even if it brings up a whole mess of messiah like complications. I mean, seriously!

Brad K Ho
Lusionnelle Wind
Well... I still want to see the end of it but i'm quite disappointed of how things go. Its just a little bit too much, I guess.
So bad while the previous volumes were so good!
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Billy Abbott
Introduction of even more characters (with backstories) and a chunk of plotline, and then have the denouement of part 2 of the arc? And give a 3 page teaser of the next volume which opens up another chunk of potential that we all hoped would appear? Only another 7 books to go...
'Sahabat' hidup lagi bahkan bertemu dengan Paus di ajang Expo....

Disinilah 'Sahabat' melindungi Paus dalam rangka aksi penembakan yang dilakukan oleh sniper, yang mengincar Paus...
Urasawa never tires of restlessly reinventing this story with each passing volume. Brilliant.
Things are really starting to hot up now. Very exciting. This was a good volume.
Fredrik Strömberg
Upping the ante yet again, and keeping my interest going. Not bad for a 15th volume.
Not to damn with faint praise, but hands down the best manga i've ever read.
This is the end (of the world), my friend. This is the end.
Vladimir Vasquez
Apr 30, 2012 Vladimir Vasquez marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: abandonado
NO me gustó, demasiado Deus Ex Machina para mi gusto.
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Urasawa Naoki ( 浦沢 直樹) is a Japanese mangaka. He is perhaps best known for Monster (which drew praise from Junot Díaz, the 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner) and 20th Century Boys.

Urasawa's work often concentrates on intricate plotting, interweaving narratives, a deep focus on character development and psychological complexity. Urasawa has won the Shogakukan Manga Award, the Japan Media Arts Festival ex
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