D.Gray-man, Volume 03 (D.Gray-man #3)
Allen and Lenalee are sent on a mission to a city where time has stood still, a place where the townsfolk forget that every day is the same day repeating itself. Strangely enough, a woman named Miranda is the only one unaffected by the time warp. Would it have anything to do with her being fired from her job for the hundredth time?
Synopsis: The plot revolves around Allen Walker, an Exorcist, in the end of the 19th century Europe. Allen is a member of the Dark Order, a group of Exorcists connected with the Vatican. Their mission is to stop The Millennium Earl, an evil ghoul intending to cleanse the world by destroying all the humans in the manner of Noah's great flood. In the first volume, we get some back story, learn that exorcists kick ass, have a clubhouse, and don't play well with others.
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Mindig ugyan az a nap játszódik le újra és újra.
Senki sem tudja hogy ez miért van.Egyedül egy személy emlékszik arra,hogy az a bizonyos nap újra és újra lejátszódik.Ő Miranda.Első látásra igazán íjesztő lány.De végül is én őt is
Kiderül,hogy ezt Miranda idézte elő,az öreg álló órájával.
Allen és Lenalee megpróbálnak segíteni neki,hogy újra visszatérjen normális kerékvágásba az idő.
Padahal tema sentralnya juga b ...more
With volume 3, I think I finally start to see where Hoshino is going with this series, and the characters are starting to get interesting (and distinguishable). Still not one of my favorites, but things are better enough to keep me going, anyway. Allen and Lelalee are sent to a city where an innocence is suspected to be, and when they get there, they discover that the city keeps playing the same day over and over again, with only ...more
Volume 3 also introduces the hilariously clumsy and pessimistic Miranda, whose town is under a curse to repeat the same day over and over again. I love this idea, and Hoshino turns it into a great story. Allen's and Lenalee's friendship gets more development, too. An excellent addition t ...more
I really liked this small little arc, and really felt movement not only story-wise but character-wise as well. There was a lot of good moments, and I enjoyed the introduction of a few characters I hope to see again. The artwork is definitely growing on me, ...more
Having read the official English release through Viz the second time around, I'm a bit put off by some of the errors in the text. Hevlaska is called a 'he', and Lenalee's name is spelled as both 'Lenalee' and 'Linali'...all in the same volume! I don't know if that was some oversight by Hoshino herself, but it would have seemed appropriate for the translator to correct it upon re-releasing it in English.
I'll write more when my editing mode hits.
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Katsura Hoshino ((星野 桂 Hoshino Katsura) was born on April 21, 1980, in Shiga Prefecture, Japan, as the younger of fraternal twin girls and the second of three children. She drew her first manga at twenty-one. In 1998, Hoshino moved to Tokyo. She dreamed of bringing her mother to the city and was able to in 2006.
She made her debut with her comics in July 2003 with the publication of her first m ...more