Bride of the Water God, Volume 13
Love triangles between gods, goddesses, and humans lead to betrayals and deaths in this shocking new volume of Bride of the Water God! Mura - the manipulative goddess who's been trying to separate Habaek and his human bride, Soah - forces Habaek into a showdown on Cheong-Yo Mountain, where she's... show more
Love triangles between gods, goddesses, and humans lead to betrayals and deaths in this shocking new volume of Bride of the Water God! Mura - the manipulative goddess who's been trying to separate Habaek and his human bride, Soah - forces Habaek into a showdown on Cheong-Yo Mountain, where she's most powerful. As a civil war erupts in the realms of the gods, the Emperor puts his own devious plan in motion to hurt Habaek and those he loves, forcing Habaek's mother to make a horrible choice. Writer/artist Mi-Kyung Yun's engaging, complex story line and elaborate, breathtaking artwork combine to make this volume of romantic fantasy the most riveting and action packed yet!
Publish date: April 24th 2013
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Pages no: 164
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.