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Sakura Taisen, Vol. 2 by Ohji Hiroi
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Sakura Taisen, Vol. 2

by Ohji Hiroi

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The story started rather slowly, but somewhere around the middle of the book it's starts to get more interesting.
There are funny moments in the story as well, for example when they have a performance.
At the end of the story, there are villains introduced and a new character is seen on the last page - those will be seen in more detail in volume 3, judging from this last chapter.

I thought it was an enjoyable read. The art looked good too. Still, I liked the first volume slightly better.
  mene | Nov 4, 2008 |
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Ensign Ogami is close to resigning his job at the theater when it turns out that the manager and employees at the theater are not what they seem. And when the sakura suit up for their first major battle against the demon steam suits, they find their enemies are tougher than expected.… (more)

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