Wolf's Rain, Vol. 2
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Wolf's Rain, Vol. 2

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A two-volume manga adaptation of the fantasy anime series follows a pack of wolves as they attempt to find a mysterious paradise called "Rakuen" meant only for creatures of their kind.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 127 x 185.4 x 22.9mm | 45.36g
  • Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
  • San Francisco, United States
  • English
  • 1591167183
  • 9781591167181
  • 103,208

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716 ratings
3.95 out of 5 stars
5 40% (283)
4 29% (207)
3 21% (152)
2 8% (58)
1 2% (16)

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I also posted this review at my weblog <a href="http://moonplanet.dreamwidth.org/50418.html">here</a>. (I took care to give no obvious spoilers about the story) <b>Title:</b> Wolf's Rain 2 <b>Author:</b> BONES, Keiko Nobumoto <b>Format:</b> paperback, manga <b>Pages:</b> 204 <b>Year published:</b> original 2005, my edition 2005 <b>Language:</b> English <b>ISBN number:</b> 1591167183 <b>Reason for reading:</b> I also read volume 1 and I got this one simultaneously <b>Back cover text:</b> Four wolves on the run from mankind From the creators of COWBOY BEBOP and ESCAFLOWNE comes this new manga take on the hit suspense anime WOLF'S RAIN. Kiba's pack of wolves answers the highest, most dire calling - they seek the legendary Paradise. They have tracked down the Lunar Flower, and together, they continue their pilgrimage with the armies of humanity at their tails. But will the scent of the Lunar Flower lead them to Paradise or a deadly false legend? The drama reaches its climax in this final volume! <b><i>Review:</i></b> <b>Story:</b> I thought volume 2 (total volumes of this series is two) was more interesting than volume 1. There was more story in it (see back cover text). I kept thinking "Paradise" was something like in the Land Before Time movies with the dinosaurs... or everyone would die. But it was neither of those things, so that was nice :) I would have liked to know a bit more about the villain though, why he wanted to open the door to paradise (about the villain's history). They probably left that out because it's in the anime already or something. Ah well, volume 2 was definitely better than the first volume. <b>Art style:</b> The art is still pretty, just like in volume 1. <b>Rereadability:</b> No.show more
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