Codename: Sailor V, Vol. 2
Its Valentine’s Day and chocolates are being exchanged, but Minako Aino can’t decide if she wants a crush to give her chocolates to, or just to eat them all herself. If stress of Valentine’s Day wasn't already enough, now Sailor V has to contend with a chocolate shop fatting everyone up, and an... show more
Its Valentine’s Day and chocolates are being exchanged, but Minako Aino can’t decide if she wants a crush to give her chocolates to, or just to eat them all herself. If stress of Valentine’s Day wasn't already enough, now Sailor V has to contend with a chocolate shop fatting everyone up, and an evil spa draining people of their life force. It’s up to her to defeat the Dark Agency and their servant deVleene and maybe even find a Valentine of her own. Codename: Sailor V, created by the author before she created the mega-popular Sailor Moon, has never before been available in the U.S. This books features: - An incredibly accurate translation! - Japanese-style, right-to-left reading! - New cover art never before seen in the U.S.! - The original Japanese character names! - Detailed translation notes!
Publish date: 2011-11-15
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Pages no: 296
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Comics Manga
Okay, wow.... Full of terrible stereotypes and sexism. Venus is just Usagi without the entourage. And man, is she horrible. She just goes around kicking people who mildly inconvenience her or others. How disappointing.
This continues from Volume 1 and is primarily monster of the week chapters, but it does have an overall arc which the previous book didn't have. The last two chapters are my favorite part because Minako meets someone from her past (other than Artemis) and remembers her previous life. She also lear...
Codename Sailor V is unashamedly silly, and very fun. Her tranformations are vaugely on topic, but are really excuses to draw Minako in a wide variety of cute outfits. This actually works, because Minako is blatantly transforming just to get to wear a wide variety of cute outfits. Her dialogue is of...
Some of the sillier and more serious stories in the same volume, at least part of this volume was written after Takeuchi started the Sailor Moon manga, so this is full of cameos from other characters. Definitely a must for Sailor Moon fans.