Bride of the Water God, Vol. 3
Humor, drama, and a bit of horror combine, as human bride Soah tries to uncover the truth behind her strange husband's predicament and his previous wife's early, brutal demise. While Huye distracts her with flirtations and the dreadful goddess Murah becomes increasingly jealous, strong-willed... show more
Humor, drama, and a bit of horror combine, as human bride Soah tries to uncover the truth behind her strange husband's predicament and his previous wife's early, brutal demise. While Huye distracts her with flirtations and the dreadful goddess Murah becomes increasingly jealous, strong-willed Soah is determined to find out why her powerful, moody husband is cursed to live in the form of a little boy during the day, returning to his true, adult body at night. Soah's inner strength and determination saved her village from drought and famine in previous volumes -- now she must pit her guts and guile against the unpredictable elemental gods in order to find happiness in the new world she's trapped in. * Bride of the Water God, with its enchanting, romantic storyline and elaborate, breathtaking artwork, was the top-selling shojo manhwa in Korea in 2006. * Fans familiar with Korean publications will be pleased to note that Dark Horse's editions are the same A5 trim size as the originals and reproduce four pages per volume in lavish full color.
Publish date: June 30th 2009
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Comics Manga
Series: Bride of the Water God (#1)
Source: Library I enjoyed this one! I have seen this series advertized in other manga, and on anime/manga websites, but haven't heard it mentioned much. I love the cover art, and mythology, so I thought I would give it a try. I'm so glad I did! The artwork throughout is stunningly beautiful, and the...
Beautiful artwork but the story did not grab me and I was confused as to who everyone was. I do not plan on continuing the series.
I think this series just isn't for me. The art is still very pretty, but I don't care about the romance or any of the characters. Just not interested.
This is so, so pretty. The art is often breathtaking, with long stretches of silent panels that do more to set the mood than anything else. The story I'm reserving judgement on. It seems rather slow and hazy, almost dream-like. That may be intentional, since it is set amongst the gods. The character...
Much, much better than I expected. Very original and I actually liked the Korean art in this one.