Claymore: A Child Weapon (Claymore #14)
In a world where monsters called Yoma prey on humans and live among them in disguise, humanity's only hope is a new breed of warrior known as Claymores. Half human, half monster, these silver-eyed slayers possess supernatural strength, but are condemned to fight their savage impulses or lose their humanity completely.
The Child WarriorIn their hunt for Galatea, the Organiz...more
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I'm a very devoted fan of both the Claymore anime and the manga. I love the crisp black-and-white artwork, and while I realize it's not for everyone I personally think it's a perfect style for graphic novels. I find the action easy to follow, and the faces and body language to be surprisingly emotive. The story is complex and compelling, and I'm all in until the series finally finishes. I own this volume as a Nook Book e-book, and I assume it will shortly be por...more
Well this volume was AMAZING as good as volume 11, it's good to see the series back on track after volume 12 and 13 (13 was full of BLAH BLAH).
In this volume Clarice and her child friend Miata goes to kill a former number 2 but they find an awakened there. The whole volume was about fighting the nude awakened LOL but I really loved it and the extra 2 chapters were really amazing loved the Priscalla chapter the art was really outstanding and also Clare after Teresa's dea...more
The current storyline revisits the Holy City Rabona, with Miata and current number 47. They are quickly discovered and on the run. They are helped by a young soldier named Syd, who leads them to a man named Galk. They have a conversation as to the reason they are in the Holy City, and discover that there may be a yoma in the city. An intriguing story line so far that you shouldn't miss.
Cheers and Happy Reading!
Oh and Pricilla backstory! Delicious :D
Norihiro Yagi is a successful manga artist, having won the 32nd Akatsuka Award for his very first work, Undeadman. Undeadman appeared in Monthly Shōnen Jump and has had two sequels. Yagi's first serialized manga was his comedy-genre Angel Densetsu, which appeared in Mo...more