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Rave Master, Vol. 32 (Rave Master #32)

4.36 of 5 stars 4.36  ·  rating details  ·  230 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The manga that inspired the hit anime series now on Cartoon Network!
Paperback, 208 pages
Published February 1st 2009 by TokyoPop (first published 2006)
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F*ck. You. Mashima.

Not cool, man. Not cool.

Apparently, it's perfectly okay to GET A GIRL DRUNK AND STRIP HER FOR AN AUDIENCE WHILE SHE'S UNCONSCIOUS if it's to get a love confession out of the MC.

Me, to the author

I am sorely tempted to not read the next book (volumes 33, 34, and 35 in the US) because of this. This isn't the first time Mashima's stripped female characters down to almost nothing (and part of me suspects that, if not for the fact that this is supposed to be aimed at kids, he would'
Jessille silv
Do you know why I gave this comic 4 stars in the most of first arcs and 5 stars then? The answer is the plot is beautifully built up, the character is finely dug up but the illustration was ugly. I mean comic is catching with its illustration too and Hiro can't do the best in some volumes and (thanks Hiro) eventually it's getting better.
Nothing to say but this story is more intense and serious than fairy tail. If you create sharper plot for fairy tail like this, it won't be dragged easily.
Come o
Robert Beveridge
Hiro Mashima, Rave Master, vol. 32 (Tokyopop, 2005)

We're back in the present, and Elie is facing off against Lucia's grandfather, who informs her that if she uses etherion against him, she could end up destroying the planet, which would give Lucia exactly what he wants anyway. Haru comes up with a crazy solution, though Elie isn't exactly thrilled with it. Will it work? Only three volumes left, and Mashima keeps things as awesome as ever. A fantastic series. ****
Gokudera Hayato
Musica created a sword for Haru!! And it looks so cool. Plus, he got to see Reina again!!!
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Hiro Mashima is a Japanese manga artist most known for his fantasy manga Groove Adventure Rave, published by Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine, from 1999 to 2005. The series was later adapted into an anime. However, the anime adaption was cancelled before it could complete the series.
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