xxxHolic, Vol. 14

  • Title: xxxHolic, Vol. 14
  • Author: CLAMP
  • ISBN: 9780345518439
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • xxxHolic Vol Kimihiro is a mystery even to himself He has no memory of his past or even of his beloved parents names Neither does he have any idea why he is being followed by malicious spirits But his boss the w
    Kimihiro is a mystery even to himself He has no memory of his past, or even of his beloved parents names Neither does he have any idea why he is being followed by malicious spirits But his boss, the witch Y ko Ichihara, knows, and in this volume many of Kimihiro s secrets are finally revealed xxxHOLiC crosses over with Tsubasa, also by CLAMP Don t miss it Includes chaKimihiro is a mystery even to himself He has no memory of his past, or even of his beloved parents names Neither does he have any idea why he is being followed by malicious spirits But his boss, the witch Y ko Ichihara, knows, and in this volume many of Kimihiro s secrets are finally revealed xxxHOLiC crosses over with Tsubasa, also by CLAMP Don t miss it Includes chapters 85 91

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    1. kawa Nanase born 2 May 1967 saka, bloodtype A Mokona Apapa born 16 Jun 1968, Ky to bloodtype A Nekoi Mick born 21 Jan 1969, Ky to bloodtype O Igarashi Satsuki born 8 Feb 1969, Ky to bloodtype A CLAMP originally began in 1989 as a twelve member d jinshi circle, but by 1990, the circle had diminished from twelve to seven Of the remaining seven, Tamayo Akiyama, Sei Nanao, and Leeza Sei left the group during the production of the RG Veda manga Other former members of CLAMP also included Soushi Hishika, O Kyon, Kazue Nakamori, Yuzuru Inoue and Shinya mi Currently, there are four members in the group.In 2004, CLAMP s 15th anniversary as a mangaka group, the members changed their names from Nanase Ohkawa, Mokona Apapa, Mick Nekoi, and Satsuki Igarashi to Ageha Ohkawa, Mokona, Tsubaki Nekoi and Satsuki Igarashi her name is pronounced the same, but written with different characters respectively The August 2004 issue of Newtype USA, a magazine specializing in events of the anime and manga subcultures, reported that the members of CLAMP simply wanted to try out new names In a later interview with Ohkawa, it was revealed that initially Mokona wanted to drop her surname because it sounded too immature for her liking, while Nekoi disliked people commenting that her name was the same as Mick Jagger s Ohkawa and Igarashi, wanting to go with the flow of Nekoi s and Mokona s name changes, changed their names as well.In 2006, they made their first USA public debut at Anime Expo in Anaheim, California They were well received at the convention, with 6,000 fans in attendance at their panel.


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    1. Este tomo trata mucho acerca de Watanuki y Domeki, el cómo su relación ha ido cambiando y cómo han ido cambiando los dos, definitivamente en este punto de la historia es grato ver que su amistad ha avanzado mucho y aunque aún tengan momentos de discusión, las cosas vayan muy bien.Continuando con el tomo anterior, una vez superado todo el problema, finalmente Kohane ya puede estar más tranquila y aunque sus poderes ya no sean los mismos sigue siendo muy perspicaz, tanto que en un almuerzo c [...]

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    2. Wow, me dejó sin palabras.Al inicio, va transcurriendo con calma, mostrando que Kohane tiene ahora una nueva vida por delante junto a la adivina -en la cual se descubre un poco el punto de vista de Doumeki y Kohane hacia Watanuki creando una promesa entre ambos- y luego, Watanuki da a entender claramente que sus recuerdos se han ido perdiendo; el hecho que no recuerde mucho y que no pueda inclusive recordar su sazón lo dejan en incertidumbre, la cual incrementa un poco más al llegar una clien [...]

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    3. This is the first volume in the series that feels like the series as a whole was at least a shared major plot point. We find out what it is Watanuki has forgotten, and how exactly this world is tied to the world of Cardcaptor Sakura and its sister series Tsubasa. Excellent stuff.

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    4. Argh! Stop being so cryptic Clamp!

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    5. watanuki made wine and seems happy in the shop. good wrap up

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    6. Today's post is on XXXHolic volume 14 by CLAMP. It is the fourteenth in the series, so you need to have read the first thirteen to understand the story. It is 178 pages long and is published by DEL REY. The cover has Yuko on it looking very pretty with Watanuki and wrapping around to continue on the back. The intended reader is someone who likes Japanese mythology, ghost stories, and very pretty pictures. The story is told from Watanuki's perspective. There Be Spoilers Ahead.From the back of the [...]

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    7. This volume was so very sad but beautiful, hopefully and full of important messages stated elegantly in an understated way, without bashing you over the head with them.In particular I was struck by the theme of the fact that the only one who can make changes on the inside is oneself, that has been reoccurring over the last few volumes.Also I was struck by the confrontation with the idea that "not knowing is the same as if it never happened", as this has been a painful fallacy that I have seen in [...]

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    8. Confusing but beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time. It's becoming obvious that this series is heading for one mindfrak of a finale very soon, judging by how deeply recent chapters have gone into Watanuki's past and present predicament. Random thoughts:-I wish Himawari had been in this volume a lot more!-Watanuki comments that he doesn't see as many spirits as before. As someone who also reads Natsume Yuujinchou, am I supposed to see this as ominous? Hmm.-Hngh, kinda sorta guiltily ship W [...]

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    9. Kohane-chan is settling in well to her new life away from her cruel mother; she's even learning to cook from Watanuki! Food and cooking play a central role in this volume, as Watanuki takes on another cooking student, but she seems to be a rather odd case. She won't eat her own cooking because she is disgusted with herself, which Watanuki (and readers, I presume) finds incredibly strange. Domeki and Watanuki have an intense philosophical conversation about this, but I'm not sure that I get it en [...]

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    10. So there's a lot revealed about Watanuki and his past in this volume, and I actually kept up with Tsubasa, but honestly--the whole thing makes no sense. There are two sets of Syaoran and Sakuras, but Watanuki is also an extra Syaoran, and one set of S&S are the parents of Watanuki/the other Syaoran, and what the hell have you ladies been smoking? Not that you get ALL that craziness if you're just reading this volume. The ending of Tsubasa was super disappointing--I might go back and read it [...]

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    11. Perhaps I am struggling with enjoying this manga to the fullest now that a complete understanding of Clamps characters is required but regardless it is still interesting. I know that Clamp is fond of putting cross over’s in their media but I’m struggling to understand if I am missing information or if that is the manner of storytelling. For example some of the characters that have made brief appearances may actually have full stories published by Clamp and I just don't know yet. I will see t [...]

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    12. Wow, that was amazing. Confusing as ever, even more than usually, to be honest, but still amazing. I didn't expect so much exposition in the last part. We finally found out a bit more about Watanuki, who/what he really is. Wow, I didn't expect that. But I probably should have. In the light of Tsubasa, it makes perfect sense. And it explains so much, all the loose ends are coming together. And I'm loving the friendship between Watanuki and Domeki more and more with every volume. I loved the part [...]

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    13. I read this in the bookstore today. I was rather glad for the chance as my library/the inter-library loan hadn't (yet?) gotten this book. It took me a while to remember what had happened in previous volumes.Parts of it were cryptic and this volume had strong overlays with other Clamp series. Unfortunately I hadn't started Tsubasa and only read the first volume of Sakura, so I didn't get some references. However, I liked the illuminations we receive about Watanuki and Domeki. It was intriguing ho [...]

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    14. This seemed to be more of a "lead in" volume to the big climax (which, judging from some of the story here, should be soon?). In Volume 14, Yuuko is particularly cryptic about Watanuki and at the same time reveals more about his identitybut in such a hard-to-follow way that it really didn't tell me all that much. Looking forward to more from this series, but this was definitely one of the weaker volumes (at least, for a first read-through).

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    15. La suite des aventures de Watanuki et ses amis (tomes 12 à 14).Au-delà des mini intrigues au fils des clients de la boutique, se dessine une intrigue plus globale, dont Watanuki est la partie centrale.Je n'ai pas tout compris, mais l'histoire reste plaisante et le dessin toujours élégant. Il y a toujours de nombreuses allusions à l'univers de Clamp, dont je ne connais pas tout.Reste agréable.

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    16. More is revealed about Watanuki-kun but it is done in a mysterious cryptic way that really leaves readers guessing. There was a brief overlap/vision that Watanuki saw with Syaoran and then of Sakura but the meaning is still a mystery. Overall it is progressing forward and we are getting closer to the truth.

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    17. Well most of this volume seemed like a random "Watanuki has a love for cooking and therefore it's very important and impactful" storyline that was well random.Other than that, we now sort of understand the reason Watanuki came to be. I liked how Hakura-san and Yuko-san met up at the end. That was fun!Well let's see what is about to go down!!

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    18. Things feel like they are winding to a close in this volume as major revelations are made regarding Watanuki and his past, with big hints of foreshadowing regarding Yuko. This isn't a volume that is to be missed if you're a fan of xxxHolic.

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    19. mixed feeling about how everything turned up !!! I'm not sure if I like how Watanuki has changed , it's a good change but It's kinda annoying me ;P still I will continue this manga hopefully before the end of the year(:

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    20. Link+ Due July 31G! Watanuki's name explained. Big things coming. Cooking lessons.pussrebootsir/blog/

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    21. This series just keeps getting better and better. I am looking forward to getting the next 4 volumes :)

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    22. This volume begins with Chapter 158-170.That's all for now until I hit editing modeTa-ta Pretties!

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    23. I enjoyed it but there were parts that were confusing. I like this series but it seems like it's getting more confusing the further into the series it gets.

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    24. The storyline is getting better. Could tell it's getting close to the climax for a bit, but this feels like there is more direction than the last couple.

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    25. What?? Is Clow his dad??!!

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    26. This volume centered around food and the esoteric value of preparing food.

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    27. again: MAIN CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT. THINGS GROW MORE MYSTERIOUS AS THEY GROW CLEARER etc etc. BAD THINGS ARE COMING. This is the real meat of the series.

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    28. There are some interesting ideas floating around in here, but not much actually happens. It leaves me with mixed feelings.

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    30. Another great installation. Love this series.

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