Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Vol. 11

Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE Vol RIDING ON THE WINGS OF A DRAGONFLYThe Dragonfly Race is set to begin in Piffle World and the prize for one lucky lightweight aircraft pilot is an amazingly powerful battery in the shape of a feather

  • Title: Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Vol. 11
  • Author: CLAMP William Flanagan
  • ISBN: 9780345485281
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • RIDING ON THE WINGS OF A DRAGONFLYThe Dragonfly Race is set to begin in Piffle World, and the prize for one lucky lightweight aircraft pilot is an amazingly powerful battery in the shape of a feather But for the four dimension travelers, and one odd creature named Mokona, who have joined the competition, the feather represents than energy it s one of Princess SakurRIDING ON THE WINGS OF A DRAGONFLYThe Dragonfly Race is set to begin in Piffle World, and the prize for one lucky lightweight aircraft pilot is an amazingly powerful battery in the shape of a feather But for the four dimension travelers, and one odd creature named Mokona, who have joined the competition, the feather represents than energy it s one of Princess Sakura s lost memories And Sakura s feather isn t the only ting at stake Despite President Tomoyo s best efforts to protect the race using her wealth and resources, unexpected hazards keep popping up, and the perilous contest could lead to death for unskilled pilotske the princess

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      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.

    785 thoughts on “Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Vol. 11

    • What are they doing in the race anyway? Just go with the plot! Steal the feather or something. This is not sports manga!


    • Boring. After the excitement of the previous volumes, I found this one quite lame. The main plot didn't move forward even a bit. The whole book was just the continuation of the race from the previous volume. The only thing that saved the book from being a complete flop was the banter between Fai and Kurogane.




    • Can Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE get any better? I don't think so. Well, maybe one aspect of it (see below). Every time I pick up one of the books in this series, I know I am in store for a great time. I know that I will be entertained and that when I finish reading that book, I will be anxious to start reading the next book in the series. Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE: Volume 11 did not disappoint me at all. In fact, it was just as good as the rest of the books in this long series that I hope do [...]


    • Continuando con la historia que empezó en el tomo anterior, los protagonistas tienen que ganar la carrera de autos voladores, la cual se divide en dos etapas, en donde la primera solamente los veinte mejores pasarán a la recta final.Como es obvio tanto Syaoran, Fye, Kurogane como Sakura logran pasar a la ronda final, pero al último momento empiezan a suceder acontecimientos extraños que se seguirán desarrollando a lo largo de la última carrera y de los cuales uno de los finalista es el cul [...]


    • So it’s been well over a year since I picked up the previous volume in this lengthy series. Whoops… But what can I say? They were boring me. The format hasn’t really changed in this collection (the group are still traveling the worlds trying to collect Sakura’s scattered memory-feathers), but I was a lot more into reading this volume than previously so maybe I just needed a break. In this story, the group are competing in a drag race of sorts where the prize is another memory-feather, so [...]


    • El volumen al completo está ambientado en el imperio empresarial (pero aparentemente balanceado) de Piffle Princess y se centra únicamente en la carrera comenzada en el volumen anterior en la que se pone en juego una de las plumas de Sakura. La primera mitad del volumen resulta bastante irrelevante, ocupada por la carrera caótica y humor sin gracia (la visita de la enigmática Yuko es lo que resulta más atrayente en ese sentido, pero aún así totalmente banal considerando el conjunto de la [...]


    • This one's almost a 4.5. For some reason, I really like the racing plotline. Whoda thunk?I'm occasionally just slightly annoyed at how Syaoran seems instantly capable at almost everything (e.g. driving the Dragonfly racers), but I can mostly rationalize this in that he's an adaptable and widely experienced kid. It only got to me here in the scene where he's teaching Sakura to pilot her racer, and I was thinking, "Dude, she's been here as long as you have . . ." But then again, Sakura sleeps a lo [...]


    • October 2013: 4 StarsI wonder if that guy who's after the time/space witch is actually behind the rigging of the raceOtherwise, great volume! Just wondering: why is Tomoyo obsessed with Sakura? Is it only because she's cute? Really?Otherwise, I love how competitive Kurogane is, and how adorable Mokona is!! And Fai's optimism is refreshing, and his mother/father jabs at Kurogane are hilarious! The two of them are fantastic!


    • It's interesting to watch this series progress and see the same characters again and again living out different, but similar lives in the parallel universes that our intrepid band of heroes travel through. Nothing really of note to call out specific to this volume. It was fun to see Ora from Clover appearing in the background of several scenes. This volume does mostly middle-narrative treading water.


    • Other than the banter between Kurogane and Fai, and the brief visit by the Space Witch, I found this volume somewhat boring. It was a continuation of the race story-line that began in the last volume.


    • The Preliminary race is over, with all four of the heroes making it through. Now it's onto the Finals! Will Tomoyo and her company discover who rigged the last race and is rigging the finals before it's too late?


    • The Dragonfly Race continues with the prize as one of Sakura's feathers, but one of the participants is sabotaging it. Better than the last volume, but still not as engaging as some. Worth it, though, just to see adorable little Mokona spike Sakura's drink.



    • Piffle World was cute. It was nice to see Sakura get one of her feathers back by herself. I love the unconventional family that these characters have formed. So sweet.



    • I liked this volume. The racing was quiet intense and made me giggle at some point. For the first time I don't have the next volume.





    • The race section was interesting and this world is a little to our idea of a "future" with flying cars, but it lacked a little depth.







    • Dec 2013 - I love the Piffle World and the Dragonfly race! So great to see Sakura-chan and Tomoyo-chan together again ;)



    • This is probably the longest arc in the manga thus far - not that it's a bad thing. I really enjoy this arc and I'm looking forward to seeing how it turns out. Look for a longer review on Bureau42.


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