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Nura [PDF / EPUB] Nura A supernatural saga of a 13 year old by day and a leader of a demon clan by night—straight from the pages of Weekly Shonen JumpWhile the day belongs to humans the night belongs to yokaisupernatural A supernatural saga of a year old by day and a leader of a demon clan by night—straight from the pages of Weekly Shonen JumpWhile the day belongs to humans the night belongs to yokaisupernatural creatures that thrive on human fear Caught between theseworlds is Rikuo Nura He's three uarters human but his grandfather isnone other than Nurarihyon the supreme commander of the Nura clan apowerful yokai consortium So Rikuo is an ordinary teenager threeuarters of the time until his yokai blood awakens Then Rikuotransforms into the future leader of the Nura clan leading a hundreddemonsRikuo arrives at the palace where Seimei awaits as the battle reaches its climax When Rikuo Seimei and Hagoromo Gitsune engage in a three sided struggle will two of the longtime adversaries join forces to defeat the third In this exciting final volume the story of three generations of yokai yakuza comes full circle.

  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Nura
  • Hiroshi Shiibashi
  • 17 January 2016
  • 9781421564807

6 thoughts on “Nura

  1. says:

    This manga is just SO insanely good It was born out of the author's wish to bring youkai mythology into a modern settings and share its particularities with the world The art style is so incredibly beautiful and especially during crucial moments mimics the traditional Japanese techniues so that not only are the characters a reminder from the past and a connection with the past but also the art itself Which I think is probably one of my favourite details in all these volumesThe characters are all incredible and considering how incredibly huge the number of them is it's remarkable that all of them are so properly fixed in my mind and how all of them have their particular traits that keeps them noticeable and differentiates between them I found one of my favourite pairings of all time in this story and I don't think I've been so soft for the connection between people as much as throughout this manga The story is very good the arcs all make sense and there's no unnecessary filler and things come back to make sense all over again at later times It's so smart and refreshing It's also very educational and I'm pretty sure Nurarihyon no Mago just somehow amped my love for the Japan I fell in love with than a decade ago Or reminded me why I used to love it anywayI'm pretty sure that have this series not have run at the same time as the big three of the last shounen generation Naruto Bleach One Piece it could have easily become as popular or even so It's just pure storytelling captivating and beautiful and emotional and connecting I hope and people will be able to discover this gem and give it the love that it truly deserves

  2. says:

    A satisfying if brief ending to a long manga series The main story is only two chapters long and ends on page 134 Following that are several bonus stories I'm writing this review before I read the end material I was caught up in the action and read this very uickly as it was a battle from start to finish There is a reveal which I was very pleased with and I enjoyed the happy ending Pretty much all characters make an appearance even if briefly My enjoyment was probably dampened a bit by reading these last three volumes so many years after I'd followed the rest of the series on publication But still a good satisfying ending and a manga series I will most likely binge read in a few years

  3. says:

    Overall I really enjoyed this series but the second half after the battle against the Kyoto yokai wasn't nearly as good as the first half It started building a new story arc Sanmoto and the Hundred Stories Clan and larger plots involving them but then it seemed like the author lost interest and decided to finish everything as uickly as possible The last story arc against the Gokadoin and the return of Abe no Seimei should have been an epic battle but it felt rushed and thrown together The author threw in lots of new characters and past characters seemingly randomly It felt really unbalanced and not thought through very wellLong story short I was disappointed with the last 6 or 7 volumes and when I re read this and I will I will stop after the Kyoto arc which also happens to be where the anime ended One of my favorite parts was when we got to see a younger Nirarihyon meet his future wife Princess Yo

  4. says:

    The battle lines have been drawn and the battle for many ayakashi and humanity is finally here as the Nura clan and all of its allies strike against unbelievably strong opponents bent of wiping out those that oppose their ideal world After the final fight we get almost half of a book to see an assortment of short stories that give us an idea of what happens to many of the characters we have read about throughout the 25 volumes after the Nura clan deals with their greatest challenge everFor me seeing Rikuo's newest Euip was probably one of my favorite moments in the book and a real surprise considering the only way that particular skill works is with absolute trust between ayakashi and Rikuo Want to know who could turn the tides of battle so readily? You'll have to read the book to find out yourself Also flirty Rikuo is dangerous to women everywhere Beware

  5. says:

    I just expected ? Why I feel so bitter about this? It's like the author after Kyoto arc wanted to just wrapped it up somehow and this mess emerged At least I wanted some epilogue time skip anything Oh well

  6. says:

    i think its amazing i love it its so power full and awesome ;

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