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Eureka Seven: Psalms of Planets, Vol. 2 (Eureka Seven / Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven #2)

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Renton and Eureka encounter the female pilot Anemone, who is the pilot of the Federation LFO and is Eureka's opposite in every way. Her cute exterior can't hide the violent mood swings that make her behavior extremely unpredictable. Things take an unexpected turn in this second volume of the series
Paperback, 184 pages
Published July 25th 2006 by Bandai Entertainment
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Dylan Murphy
So, as with the last volume, the manga sticks to the main plot-line of the anime fairly well, however it also has many of its own little bits throughout the story that set it apart from its visual counterpart. Many of this little things take up no more than a few pages, and I find myself enjoying sometimes even more than the scenes taken from the anime!
The biggest thing I notice as a (amazing) difference is that the manga has a lot more emphasis on Eureka's point of view, which I am falling in l
In this volume we discover new characters, and get more info about the whole Psalms of Planets universe. We also get a much better idea of the reasons for some of the characters' actions while still wondering at the mystery of Eureka.
Wasn't as cool as the first volume, but it's still very interesting and I'm looking forward to the next volume. Renton's starting to get on my nerves, but I'm also starting to like Eureka more. I just wish there was more of the actual lives of all the characters.
Presentación de un nuevo personaje que parece que será decisivo en la trama, descubrimiento de algunos detalles para los protagonistas principales y un gran capítulo con los dos protagonistas metiéndose dentro de uno de los supuestos enemigos del planeta.
Eric Compean
the second volume was a lot more interesting, yet still some confusion
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