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  • Title: Maoh: Juvenile Remix, Vol. 1
  • Author: Kotaro Isaka
  • ISBN: 9781421534282
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback

  • What do you do when the city s savior is actually a devil in disguise R to L Japanese Style What do you do when the city s savior is actually a devil in disguise Ando is a high schooler who posses the ability to force others to vocalize his thoughts As a child he was shunned and ridiculed for this ability, and so he quickly learned to suppress it But now, despiWhat do you do when the city s savior is actually a devil in disguise R to L Japanese Style What do you do when the city s savior is actually a devil in disguise Ando is a high schooler who posses the ability to force others to vocalize his thoughts As a child he was shunned and ridiculed for this ability, and so he quickly learned to suppress it But now, despite all his effort to act normal and fit in, he s dragged into a situation that forces him to reawaken his gift The catalyst is the actions of a group called Grasshopper, lead by a charismatic and mysterious young man, Inukai Grasshopper portrays itself as a civic group, but the events Ando witnesses point at something far disturbing As the organization grows in strength and numbers, Ando begins a dangerous shadow game to check Inukai s plans.
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    Commentaires:

    Ingenue
    Dramatic Ventriloquism, you have failed to convince me of your awesomeness as a magic ability.

    Shaun Duke
    Maoh is another series I discovered with my Utopian Studies glasses on, something which I am quite pleased about. Of the three manga titles I picked up at MegaCon (Utopia's Avenger and Library Wars are the others), Maoh is the most complex and interesting, delving deep into the dark recesses of citizen-based justice, bullying, and self-identity, all within the first volume.Maoh takes place in Nekota, a city that is rapidly modernizing, taking with it the world its residents have come to love. Ga [...]

    Nicole
    I thought this first volume of Maoh was decent. Crisp, clean drawing. The characters and story felt a little flat, but right at the very end there seemed to be a good set-up for a richer story/experience in volume two. The storyAndo is a high school student that discovers he has a special ability, what he calls "ventriloquism." He can make other people say the things that he's thinking. He wants to somehow use his ability with good purpose, but can't figure out how to do that. He does some minor [...]

    Candice M (tinylibrarian)
    In the run-down city of Nekota, sixteen-year-old Ando may or may not have a secret power that he doesn't understand. Ando's "weirdness" has alienated him from his peers in the past, so all he wants to do is keep his head down and graduate.Meanwhile, a gang of vigilantes named Grasshopper, led by the mysterious and charismatic Inukai, has been protecting the citizens from local thugs. But at what price? Is Inukai really as large-hearted as he seems?Will Ando discover Inukai's secret?Many of the m [...]

    Amr Ahmed Mansoor
    The main idea of the good ones turn to be evil is goodThe ability of andou is soooo weak and don't even count as esp He failed in convencing me

    Amanda Setasha Hall
    Definitely super dark and horror like story. The main character has some kind of ESP, but we don't know the details yet.Seems like the good start to a series. Looking forward to the next one.

    Nicola Mansfield
    Reason for Reading: I was drawn to the urban fantasy angle of the plot.Ando, a high school student, has the ability to make others say what he is thinking. He used this power as a child, but stopped when he told about it and was ridiculed. Now he is discovering he still has the power and putting it to good use. At the same time a group of vigilantes called the "Grasshoppers" has become very popular as they protect citizens from crime and the greedy businessmen who want to turn the area into a bi [...]

    hujanlia
    Ando, a teenager who usually avoids conflicts, finds that the small town he lives in started to get awry due to a town development program.But the citizens aren't too happy because lots of them might lost thier jobs.Other thing that Ando found out is that he has this power he called ventriloquism, in which he's able to transfer his words to other people's mouths to be spoken.Pledging to protect the original town state and it's citizens and stop the development program to later develop it by the [...]

    Matthew
    I'm on the fence with this one. The main story focuses on Ando, a high-school student who discovers he holds the power to make anyone say whatever he wants. Set against the backdrop of the failing city of Nekota, a number of side-stories spin around Inukai and his Grasshoppers, a team of vigilantes sworn to do whatever it takes to clean up the city within five years. Most of the city is quite taken with Inukai, but Ando has seen some things that make him suspect the intentions of the Grasshopper [...]

    Sarai
    This was an interesting story and will be interesting to see what happens in the next books. It seems to be an ongoing story. I liked the relationship between the two brothers, and the uncertainty the main character feels about a local hero. Definitely will be reading more to see what happens.Product DescriptionIn the city of Nekota, where rapid modernization threatens everything the longtime residents hold dear, one young man has stood up to oppose progress. Inukai and his team of vigilantes, k [...]

    Stéphanie
    Ce tome 1 sert d'introduction à une future confrontation entre Ando et Inukai. Le manga est plutôt bien rythmé et les dessins, sans être exceptionnels, ne sont pas désagréables. Ce qui me gène d’avantage ce sont les nombreuses similitudes entre Death Note et le Prince des Ténèbres que l’on peut voir dès ce premier tome, notamment Inukai, qui par sa personnalité et son but nous rappel Light, et la rivalité qu’on sent venir entre Ando et Inukai. De plus il est question d’un Dea [...]

    Steve Gougeon
    okay, it's a 3 stars for me, but I'm willing to stick with it and wait out for volume 2. I guess I was expecting the main character to do so much with his "special" ability that I didn't care so much for all the other actors around him. It's a fairly deep cast, well developed Looking forward to seeing where it goes in volume 2.

    Douglas Cootey
    What a clever book. At first it seems an allegorical exploration of good versus evil using school bullying, but it seemed to dig into the true nature of evil as the story progressed. Is violence no longer violence when it is done with a smile and a gentle voice? The deluded seem to think so.

    Anna Kļaviņa
    The first volume seems very promising. Inukai seems very interesting anti hero and Ando character is complex, supporting characters are fine too, plot is attention grabbing and l liked the art.

    Joy
    In a rundown city, a group of vigilantes called Grasshopper claims they are out to change the world. But is their leader Inukai's charisma blinding people to his true intentions? Ando, a boy who may or may not have some unusual powers, is about to find out.

    Lisa
    3 1/2 starsIntriguing.

    Snow
    reviewing for Good Comics for Kids

    Miss
    Juvenile and sexist? Gosh Isaka. You shouldn't have. 2 stars

    Morbus Iff
    Grasshopper is of some interest and more use of ventriloquism should be entertaining.

    Jentry
    2.5 - More violence than I was expecting for a YA graphic novel.

    Kyle
    I'm on the fence about this. I like this sort of grim and gritty shonen manga, but I'm left wondering if a woman is really the right person to write a comic like this.

    Jenna
    Interesting "super power" concept and plot. I just couldn't get into it for some reason. It reminds me of the series Durarara.

    Ariana Deralte
    This is a very repetitive manga with a recurring, cliché motif.

    Jaycee Lam
    now jay understands the 'death note fan will love this' thing :v

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