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Here's the the New Generation 9 avril 2014
Par DJDenki - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Beware, spoilers below!

I've been a huge fan of Ken Akamatsu ever since his hit work Love Hina. I fell even more in love with his work Negima!, to the point I bought up every single volume and obsessed over how much detail he poured into it. Not only that, there was the amazing drawings of fights that would take up pages, leaving you wanting more and more, and more and more he provided, going from a small scale battle in a lake to one on Mars, fighting for the fate of the entire magical world. It kept me hooked from beginning (like after volume 4 it gets good I swear!) to end, and I was honestly disappointed in the manner in which it ended. I looked up the controversy surrounding it, and found out a lot that I will not discuss here.

What I will discuss is UQ Holder though! It is a continuation from one of the timelines derived from the Negima endings, one in which many people assume *spoilers, you have been warned* Asuna had not returned from her slumber on Mars, and one in which Negi has died despite being immortal.

We see this new story start with the immortal vampire Evangeline A.K. McDowell, telling us the loneliness of being an immortal, and how this story is of those that banded together despite the curse of everlasting life. After this, we are introduced to Touta Konoe, seemingly descended from the Konoe family and Negi himself, as well as his friends and caretaker, Yukihime. He does not remember much, though we can already guess that he holds a lot of potential within him due to his lineage. Some things happen, and he ends up having to become a vampire through Evangeline (Yukihime). Because of this, they must leave their home, and along the way meet up with a swordsman of the Shinmei school (Setsuna reference for the win!) Kuromaru Tokisaka. Without revealing too much, they finally meet the organization UQ Holder, and boy are they...eccentric toward their leader.

I hope you see that I loved this work already. I already placed the second on preorder and am in love with all the nods towards the characters of Negima! Let's meet again in the next volume!
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Great Continuation of the Negima Franchise 25 mars 2014
Par MereChristian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The <i>Negima!</i> manga franchise had a really badly-written end due to some wrangling in the Japanese parliament. Basically, media industries over there want to have their companies gain greater control over the characters in their products as the comics' companies in the US have. Many authors, fearing loss of the creative control over their stories ended them prematurely. Ken Akamatsu, creator of <i>Negima!</i> was one such author. Therefore, he rushed an end to the series, which really upset fans as it just wasn't very good.

After the bill mentioned above failed in the Japanese parliament, Akamatsu decided to revisit the Negi universe, this time through the eyes of immortal vampire Evangeline from the original series, and her ward, Negi's grandson Touta.

<i>UQ Holder!</i> begins two years after Evangeline, now going by the name Yukihime, became Touta's guardian. Following some tragedy which everyone thinks was a car accident, Evangeline took Touta in and he lost his memories of before that point. This doubtless will become a major plot point later on.

Touta has some big, but largely indeterminate dreams. They are really quite vague. He just knows he wants to go places, do things, sing, other stuff. Really, my description is not that far off how vaguely he himself describes his dreams. At first, Evangeline doesn't want him to leave the small rural town where they live, but events change that.

Those events are Evangeline having no choice but to sire Touta as a vampire to save both their lives when he is nearly killed by an evil bounty hunter. The newly-vampirized Touta saves the day, but now is an immortal vampire.

They decide to leave town and start anew somewhere else where folks won't know their secrets. Somewhere they can have peace from those who would want to harm vampires and other immortal people. Thus the adventure begins.

This is kinda fun to see the two characters play off of each other. They are such opposites. She's a really old female vampire, and he's a young, brand-new male vampire. She is jaded and tired of immortality, while he thinks immortality is great. She is gruff and stern, with a hidden heart of gold, and he is kind and very trusting, but can be <i>very</i> tough when the need arises. Each one really is what the other needs.

This dynamic between the two, and allies they meet along the way, is at the heart of the story. It is what makes it worth reading. Oh, it has lots of action, and, in the beginning, probably too much gore (though that stops quickly enough to a typical shonen level). But that's not what makes the story so riveting. Their familial bond of love does. It is quite funny and heart-warming all at the same time.

Highly Recommended.

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A quick note about the title. The letters “UQ” are translated from the Japanese kanji for the word meaning “eternity”. The title <i>UQ Holder!</i> literally means <i>Eternity Holder</i>, which refers to the main characters' immortality.
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Most likely going to be my new favorite series. 28 mars 2014
Par Brandon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have been excited to see how this series was going to turn out for awhile, and when I got this in the mail yesterday and blew through it I found out that this series is off to a magnificant start.

I started reading Negima after I read Love Hina when I was like...14 or 15 and followed it all the way up to the magic festival arc but i put it down because, well, I just forgot about it (releases were taking too long) and other series like Naruto and One Piece had captured my eye. I STILL havent finished Negima because im following the Omnibus editions as they are released, so right now im at the really good part of the series, but I picked this up anyways because I have always believed in Ken Akamatsus ability to make me like his storys ever since Love Hina, and because I have grown to love the world that he has built in Negima.

Reading the first chapter was really quite amazing, ive never been pulled into a story so quickly. I dont want to spil anything about this story because its really unique, but basically you have this boy named Tota (who is Negi's grandson, all you need to know right now) who grew up in the countryside away from the fast-paced world of the big city who has a longing to climb to his highest (in a literal sense as well) and achieve great things and, well, basically make a name for himself. Thing is hes really vague about his dream but its still cool because the overall concept of chasing your dream is definatly well covered here. Anyways, this story is set in the same world as Negima, just in the future, and its a really cool concept too. Its kinda like Megaman, most people just live in this giant city structure that sits outside of the planets atmosphere so you can see it from just about anywhere, while very few live in the countryside in villages and towns and amidst the ruins of the old world. In a nutshell Tota finds out just how cruel and malicious the world can be and eventually sets out on what looks like a long journey full of awesome characters and epic battles.

I dont want to spoil the story, but the overall theme seems to be the true cost of "immortality." I know, its kindof vague, but I dont want to muddle your concept of this great story before you read it.

The fighting is REALLY good, it has all the good qualities that Negima had, and the fanservice, while still there, is thankfully toned down a little bit (but this is just the first volume after all) and it really makes the story more interesting to me.

It seems like Ken Akamatsu has been trying the get away from the world of Fan-service/Harem to the shonen genre for some time now, and I do believe hes finally done it! Give this a shot if you like shonen style manga!
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So much like Negima, I'm excited for more. 13 mai 2014
Par Devon Cooper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
As a huge Negima fan, I must admit I was skeptical of giving a manga starring his grandson even a second glance, but I am really glad I did, just from the first volume I can tell we're in for a very good sequel thats sure to make die-hard Negima fans shout accolades to this new and upcoming series.
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Akamatsu-sensei strikes again! 20 avril 2014
Par Marron Grosbek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
At the end of Negima!, Akamatsu said it might be his last manga. I'm very happy that here is a new one just starting, and it might have a long run.
Just as Negima! started as a rip-off of Love Hina (nice continuity, Sensei!) but ultimately became something completely different, UQ holder starts where Negima! left off, and who knows where it will end up?
The one character who remains, pathetically, is Evangeline. Remember, she can't die. Everyone else from Negima! appears to be gone for good, including Negi! (Hey, I thought he was immortal too! But not in this story.) The protagonist, Toota Konoe, is about Negi's age and was raised by Evangeline (aka Yukihime), who is also his mentor.
If you read Negi, then you'll be very interested to know that both of Toota's parents take the name Konoe, as in Konoka Konoe. This suggests, strongly, that Negi did not couple with Konoka (no big surprise), but Negi's daughter and Konoka's son were parents of Toota. So Toota has the genes from the two strongest mages of Negi's generation. Yet he knows nothing of magic! And so far, he can't do any magic at all.
Toota is strong in martial arts tho. So did Negi marry Kuroshi? Not derned likely! Ha ha. But Negi did marry and have children, so... Will we ever find out who Negi chose?
Back to the manga at hand - it seems like Toota doesn't see Evangeline as a love interest at all (poor Eva!). Also, this doesn't seem to be spinning out like a harem manga, but more like a fighting manga with a twist.
I love how Akamatsu comes right out and tells you who the characters are, by reference to his previous manga. Toota comes across a very interesting girl, Shinobu Yuuki, who is a ringer for Shinobu from Love Hina (LH, http://www.amazon.com/Love-Hina-Omnibus-Ken-Akamatsu/dp/1935429477/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1397993064&sr=1-1&keywords=love+hina) or Nodoka from Negima (http://www.amazon.com/Negima-Omnibus-Magister-Negi-Magi/dp/1935429620/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1397993287&sr=1-3&keywords=negima). But this time Shinobu's last name is "Yuuki." Just as Nodoka was a less-inhibited version of Shinobu (LH), Shinobu (UQ) is a fully self-actualized Nodoka, with a bit of motorcycle-girl mixed in. (Wait! How could innocent Shinobu (LH) become a motorcycle girl!? My dreams are shattered!) (^_^)
Other characters have names reminiscent of previous manga. I enjoy the fun of figuring out the relationships.
Back to the story -- as with all of Akamatsu's work, the story starts slowly. Akamatsu-sensei takes his time setting up the characters so they are very distinctive and deep. I believe Akamatsu's characters are generally more interesting and filled-out than those of any other writer in the genre.
Akamatsu's art is stunning, as always. If you haven't read this author before, you really should take a look just to see how well manga can be done. This guy is at the top, and in the peak of his powers. Watch the backgrounds -- they are incredibly detailed and professional. There isn't much blank space anywhere; it is filled with gorgeous art. So far, the art is not as ecchi as LH or Negima!. Lets hope that changes! Ha ha.
I'm thinking this manga will be another big hit!
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