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by Ken Akamatsu

eBook Magister Negi Magi 01 epub
  • ISBN: 3770461622
  • Author: Ken Akamatsu
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: German
  • Publisher: Egmont Manga + Anime GmbH (2004)
  • ePUB size: 1426 kb
  • FB2 size 1346 kb
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Negima! Magister Negi Magi, known in Japan as Magical Teacher Negima! (Japanese: 魔法先生ネギま!, Hepburn: Mahō Sensei Negima!), is a manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu, known for his best-selling title Love Hina.

Negima! Magister Negi Magi, known in Japan as Magical Teacher Negima! (Japanese: 魔法先生ネギま!, Hepburn: Mahō Sensei Negima!), is a manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu, known for his best-selling title Love Hina. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from 2003 to 2012, with the chapters collected into 38 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha

This book continues where the action left off from with a darker plot, a dynamic twist, and one young lady coming into her own in this book really will pull you in and clamor for the next books to see how this story arc finishes.

Negima!: Magister Negi Magi, Vol. 9. Ken Akamatsu. With this volume, Akamatsu-sensei is clearly taking things down a few notches in intensity but is laying the groundwork for the next big story. The fight between Asuna and Negi was a lot like the fights between Naru and Keitaro in "Love Hina", but I suppose that's to be expected. I enjoyed watching Negi train as he decides whether to be a battle mage or a traditional one. Now that he has four full partners, it is even more important that he get better.

Ken Akamatsu has created an enjoyable book for any lover of manga Never have I read a manga book that flows in dialog so well as does Negima!: Magister Negi Magi - Volume 1.

Ken Akamatsu has created an enjoyable book for any lover of manga. The artwork is excellent and the translation is perfect. Never have I read a manga book that flows in dialog so well as does Negima!: Magister Negi Magi - Volume 1. I loved all of the characters in this book and the funny situations that Negi and Asuna find Negima!: Magister Negi Magi - Volume 1 has it all: action, comedy, fun and adventure. There are a lot of characters to learn, as there are quite a few girls in the classroom.

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List of Negima! Magister Negi Magi characters. The Negima! Magister Negi Magi manga and anime series features a wide cast of fictional characters designed by Ken Akamatsu. The series follows Negi Springfield, a 10-year-old boy from Wales with magic powers, who becomes a teacher of a Japanese middle school class of 31 girls. He discovers he is able to unlock many of the girls' magical powers as they assist him in his adventures

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Negi has no choice: He must become a great wizard like his father–and soon. Похожие книги: Negima Magister Negi Magi Chapters.

Negima! Magister Negi Magi)? Find out more with MyAnimeList, the world's most active online anime and manga . Akamatsu-sensei manages to introduce characters with distinct personalites that characterize each one and each one alone (well, except for the twins in the said class).

Negima! Magister Negi Magi)? Find out more with MyAnimeList, the world's most active online anime and manga community and database. Negi Springfield, a 10-year-old wizard who recently graduated from Merdiana Magic Academy in Wales, hopes to achieve two things-to find his missing father, who was once known as the Thousand Master, and to become a Magister Magi, someone who helps the everyday world through magic. If you're going to do a harem, you have to give the girls distinction.

Comments: (7)
Nahn
After reading the first volume of Negima, I came to two conclusions. The first was that I definitely enjoyed myself while reading Negima; the subtle adult humor and comical fan-service kept me reading throughout the entire manga. The second was that, though I enjoyed myself, I wasn't sure if I wanted to invest in a manga that clearly wasn't to my tastes (I like mature, graphic stuff like Berserk) and one that was already so deep into its run.

Obviously, though, I took the risk and bought the second volume, along with three, four, and five. And I'm glad I risked it. The story, while not exactly getting any deeper into the plot than what it did in the first volume, was delightful and just as funny as it was in volume one. Negi is still trying to get the respect he deserves as a teacher and to get people to stop looking at him as a ten-year-old boy, even though that's what he is (that and a pimp). In this volume, he takes a more active role in getting this to happen, and that includes raising his class's intellectual standards. It becomes a difficult task, however, as Negi must collect the worst of his class and get them to study hard in order to raise their grades. Of course, this involves a lot of magical hi-jinks in a mysterious library and even more fan-service. Later, Negi spends a lot of time during his spring break meeting some of the girls who didn't have much of a role up to this point, and all of it generally involves some sort of affectionate, rather audacious, ribbing toward Negi from these girls.

Now, for the problems. One I had was the number of characters and the fact that most of these characters were shoved onto me before I could get a grasp on some of the ones who came before. A lot of the times it seemed the author was overwhelmed as well, as the characters don't always do what would be normal for such a character. Example, Asuna, one of the lesser minds in the class, quotes a classic Russian novel. Another, though this is not fault of the manga, is that the pages were aligned too close to the binding and it was hard to read some of the stuff inside.

As a comedy manga, this is definitely one worth reading, and one I'd quickly recommend to anyone looking for this sort of thing. Yes, it's a little more mature than the stuff in Shonen Jump, but I'm all for that. Negima was especially good for me, someone who thought he had his interests and tastes locked-in, therefore I give this manga even more credit. It was a great find (I thank the person who recommended this to me) and one I plan on following all the way through to completion.
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With the school trip over, young Negi-sensei decides that he needs to become a more powerful mage. As such, he seeks to train under Evangeline, who proved to be a VERY impressive mage when not under the restrictions of the curse. At the same time, he decides to learn Kung Fu from Ku Fei-san to improve his melee attack and defence skills. Ku Fei agrees to train him, but Evangeline is offended that he would learn Kung Fu and decides he must lay one hit on Chachamaru before she will train him.

Meanwhile, gymnast Makie-chan discovers her coach finds her too childish to be a great gymnast. Devistated, she happens upon a training Negi and decides to train to get even better for an upcoming competition. While they train, Se-chan and Asuna-san decide to train in sword techniques. On the night of Negi's fight with Chachamaru, Negi takes a beating but gets Evengeline to agree to train him.

Meanwhile Yue-san and Miyazaki come to Negi with some clues about Negi's father. This leads the trio on a trip to library island without Asuna where they discover yet another dangerous secret of the island. Asuna finds out and is offended, but things get worse when she and Negi get into a verbal fight and Negi seriously insults her. A trip by the girls to Ayaka's private beach doesn't help matters. Will Negi be able to appologize for what he said? Will Asuna forgive him? Will Negi be able to master all of the training in time for the next battle? Will Makie-chan prove her coach wrong?

With this volume, Akamatsu-sensei is clearly taking things down a few notches in intensity but is laying the groundwork for the next big story. The fight between Asuna and Negi was a lot like the fights between Naru and Keitaro in "Love Hina", but I suppose that's to be expected. I enjoyed watching Negi train as he decides whether to be a battle mage or a traditional one. Now that he has four full partners, it is even more important that he get better.

Evangeline continues to be a cool character, though with a new translator, the very sassy "boya" is back to "kid" or "kiddo" (as I understand it). The later two just lack the sass that "boya" has (IMO) so that was disappointing, but a minor thing. Evangeline's puppet Chachazero continues to steal scenes when she appears. ^_^ Akamatsu-sensei knows a good thing and decided to find ways to keep her in the story. It works and adds some nice spice to things.

The tease about Asuna's past was VERY interesting as well.

Bottom line: another good manga volume worthy of purchase despite not really advancing the main story. However the time is not wasted and the groundwork is clearly being laid for the next volume when the main story arc is picked up again.
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