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How is this possible! I don't understand what is happening here. I kept thinking is this going to get better? I decided to read at least the first two volumes in this series, do I really have to?
To be honest, if it wasn't for the afterwards explaining information through the manga, I would have stopped with v. I keep trying to think if this has happened with a manga series in the past, you know one where I read the blurb and it sounds right up my alley and I know it will be an enjoyable read.
This series sounds so promising. A god who doesn't have a following or shrine and just wants to be loved and not forgotten.
A God who writes his number in public places for people who need help to find him. Who wouldn't be interested in reading this type of story? Part of me wants to continue, hoping that as the series progresses and it does, there are 20 v.
But I have to be honest, I think for now, I am going to stop reading this series, maybe I will come back to it in the future.
I hope so. I would like to say after reading V. I could also be having an off period right now and this is my hope to be honest and I might come back to this series and go, "huh, why did I rate it so low, this manga is pretty good.
I recommend checking this series out, I honestly do. I would suggest read it online, borrow it from the local library or from a friend who gushes about the series and will lend you a copy.
Take the time to read it before going out and adding this series to your growing personal library. You know, I know a lot of people who are against reading manga online although there is no issue with borrowing it from the library, friend or manga cafe , but I once went to a comic book convention.
At one of the booths, the guy told me: "The best way to share your comics is to pass them along. Hoarding them doesn't do them any good.
They're stories that need to be shared. So share them with your friends or even strangers. That's how you get people to appreciate them.
Sep 19, David Boughton rated it really liked it Shelves: manga. It's taken me a while to get to Noragami Volume 2. I've taken to using manga mostly as 'palette cleansers' between the actual novels that I read.
As a consequence, my actual manga reading is few and far between. I was happy this week that I finally came down to this volumes spot on the list.
Noragami Volume 1 was a hilarious gem, and I was eager to dive back into the world. Two volumes in now, I can say that Noragami doesn't hold the instant charm for me that My hero Academia: Vigilantes does, n It's taken me a while to get to Noragami Volume 2.
Two volumes in now, I can say that Noragami doesn't hold the instant charm for me that My hero Academia: Vigilantes does, nor has it blown me away like Witch Hat Atelier.
It is however, a very well-constructed and funny story that I'm happy to continue following for the foreseeable future. Noragami Volume 2 picks up where the previous installment left off.
Yato, the god desperately trying to cobble together followers by performing various odd jobs, and Hiyori, the middle-schooler who needs him to fix her soul's nasty habit of leaving her body, are accompanied now by Yukine, a deceased fourteen-year-old who has taken the position of Yato's Shinki.
He can turn into a sword that Yato swings around. I theorized in my review of the previous volume that Yukine would be a great addition to the cast, and I was right.
He strikes a good balance between the haphazard Yato, and the only-sane-person Hiyori, as an apathetic teenager who doesn't really care about the fantastical events happening around him, outside the fact that he has to deal with them now.
Most of the time he's kind of a prick, but an early chapter does a good job of showing some extra depth to him.
That same chapter also shows that this series is fully capable of handling more emotionally somber fare, which I'll get to later. Volume 2 also begins to flesh out the other members of the manga's core trio as well.
Hiyori might be the worst off in this department. We do learn a little about her home life, but no new dimensions to her character are really added.
Her emotional arc revolves around Yato. As some unsavory details about his past come to light she-and by extension, the audience-is forced to ask whether she can really trust this guy.
Indeed, Yato does prove to be a suspect character at best, but enough glimpse are given of his humanity to keep us and Hiyori on the fence.
To complement this feeling, Yato's characterization is played pretty close to the vest. Future volumes, I suspect, will tell us whether there is anything meaningful to be found in his hidden depths.
This volume also makes use of some side characters. Other Japanese gods, to be exact. Some make bigger impacts than others, but each play their part hilariously well.
Kofuku, a goddess with a poor sense of personal boundaries, is the guffaw-inducing standout here. Luckily, this seems as though it will be far from her last appearance in the series.
The real magic of Noragami seems to be the deft balance it strikes between humor and drama. Few works in any entertainment medium can achieve such a feat, but this manga has found that sweet spot and built a house there.
The sometimes drastic tonal shifts happen seamlessly. In one instance I was left with a somber feeling, but then ended up laughing out loud just a few short pages later.
This is helped along by the artwork, which portrays the deathly serious and over-the-top comedy with equal skill. At this point, most of my doubts about the Noragami series have evaporated.
This manga delivers a well-crafted story that effortlessly swaps between the somber and the silly, while anchored by fun characters that are idiotic without being frustratingly so.
For now, it looks like I'm into this series for the long-haul. May 20, Jenny rated it it was amazing Shelves: manga.
Damn, this was a great second volume! The introduction of other gods was done seamlessly, the action was awesome, and the worldbuilding continues to be informative and fascinating without dragging down the pacing.
Yukine's struggles are interesting and I'm curious to learn more about his backstory. I also love how complex Yato is and what a perfectly balanced character he is.
He has just enough negative qualities to get readers to understand why other people hate him, but he has enough redeeming Damn, this was a great second volume!
He has just enough negative qualities to get readers to understand why other people hate him, but he has enough redeeming qualities that show what a great person he is deep down.
It's hard to balance a character like this and I think Adachitoka did a great job. We have also been introduced to two of my fave female characters along with Hiyori, of course Bishamon and Kofuku.
While their introductions left them a bit one dimensional now, they do some great character development and backstory later on and I'm already pumped to read it.
But as they are now, I really like them and how strong they are in different ways. Anyway, enough of my rambling, on to volume 3!
Jan 04, Chloe Crist rated it really liked it. This series actually picked up a lot more in this volume. I think the prologue chapter in the first volume was good for establishing the setting, but at the same time, there's still a lot of exposition sprinkled throughout the following chapters.
I'm still not sure if I really like Yato that much. His attitude towards suicidal people is a little messed up.
Like, I get that Shinki were people who didn't choose to die, so from their point of view, it seems selfish. But that doesn't mean he shouldn This series actually picked up a lot more in this volume.
But that doesn't mean he shouldn't help them. I don't think that reasoning is enough to completely write off people who have a mental illness.
This might be a result of Japanese culture and its stigma against mental health, but this is a character trait of Yato that doesn't make me want to root for him.
But hey, that doesn't mean I can't stick around and root for the other characters! Feb 12, Scott Lee rated it really liked it. Noragami feels unique among the manga I'm reading right now.
And it's not a unique take on a given popular concept, it's just totally different period. While they're nothing alike except in their difference from everything else, the air of idiosyncrasy surrounding the plot, characters and surreal magical-realist take on the world reminds me of the effect of reading CHAMP's XXXholic although I couldn't put a finger on anything specific they'd have in common beyond bringing fantasy into the mundan Noragami feels unique among the manga I'm reading right now.
While they're nothing alike except in their difference from everything else, the air of idiosyncrasy surrounding the plot, characters and surreal magical-realist take on the world reminds me of the effect of reading CHAMP's XXXholic although I couldn't put a finger on anything specific they'd have in common beyond bringing fantasy into the mundane world melding the two very convincingly.
The art, like the storytelling, is beautiful and feels totally independent of anything else I've read, while partaking enough of spirit of manga penciling to clearly belong in genre and a part of the tradition.
Apr 06, Josh rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels. Volume 2 takes us deeper into Yato's world of gods and monsters, tacking some heavier moments with remarkable resonance as questions of life and death, good and evil arise from Yato's behavior.
The art and storytelling are still a little choppy, but it's a compelling narrative with an interesting cast of characters--including some strong new additions.
And at the center, is Yato, the stray god--murderer or helper, god or scoundrel, safety or threat. There are a lot of questions to answer, and if Volume 2 takes us deeper into Yato's world of gods and monsters, tacking some heavier moments with remarkable resonance as questions of life and death, good and evil arise from Yato's behavior.
There are a lot of questions to answer, and if the characters can stand putting up with each other, there's a lot more to be revealed.
And even if they can't--there may be no escaping what's coming for them next. Apr 06, Joti rated it it was amazing. So Yukine's racking up those impurities that are blighting Yato.
And we end with the re-appearance of Nora when Yato can't get rid of h So Yukine's racking up those impurities that are blighting Yato.
And we end with the re-appearance of Nora when Yato can't get rid of his blight. May 15, Danielle Chambers rated it it was amazing Shelves: manga-comics.
Iki, Hiyori Main. Uchida, Maaya Japanese. Bishamon Main. Sawashiro, Miyuki Japanese. Kazuma Main. Fukuyama, Jun Japanese.
Kofuku Supporting. Toyosaki, Aki Japanese. Nora Supporting. Kugimiya, Rie Japanese. Ebisu Supporting.
Okiayu, Ryoutarou Japanese. Daikoku Supporting. Ono, Daisuke Japanese. Fujisaki, Kouto Supporting. Ishikawa, Kaito Japanese. Tamura, Koutarou Director.
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