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by Asuka Katsura

Free eBook Le Portrait de Petite Cossette Volume 1 download ISBN: 1598165305
Author: Asuka Katsura
Publisher: TokyoPop; 1 edition (July 11, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 176
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Manga
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Rating: 4.1
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Book 1 of 2 in the Le Portrait de Petite Cossette Series. In its attempt to be poetic, Le Portrait de Petite Cossette becomes tiresome.

Book 1 of 2 in the Le Portrait de Petite Cossette Series. What the book lacks in plot line it makes up for in art, though. Katsura 's style is exquisite in every sense of the word. The line work is intricate, as delicate as a china doll, and the characters are almost painfully beautiful. Sadly, the depth of emotion does not carry over to the story.

Start by marking Le Portrait de Petite Cossette 1 (Le Portrait . - Le Potrait de Petit Cossette 1-2 -- Plot: Gelap, penuh nuansa misterius

Start by marking Le Portrait de Petite Cossette 1 (Le Portrait de Petite Cossette, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. - Le Potrait de Petit Cossette 1-2 -- Plot: Gelap, penuh nuansa misterius. It leaves a slight cliff hanger at the end of volume two that makes me want to continue when that is unfortunately where it ends, other than Le portrait du petite Cossette vol 1 Information: Publishers: kodansha, Tokyopop Page count: 168 pages (not excluding advertisements) Year published: 2004-2006 My thoughts: the artwork is very well done.

Le portrait du petite Cossette vol 1 Information: Publishers: kodansha, Tokyopop Page count: 168 pages (not .

Le portrait du petite Cossette vol 1 Information: Publishers: kodansha, Tokyopop Page count: 168 pages (not excluding advertisements) Year published: 2004-2006 My thoughts: the artwork is very well done. The story is also very fast paced which does not take you very long to read, and the only pet peeve I would have to say is that the story is considerably short.

Author(s): KATSURA Asuka. Start Reading Book Mark. He finds himself entranced by a portrait of a Victorian-era girl named Cossette. It's a portrait with a strange history-everyone who has owned it has been murdered in a bizarre fashion. But the story runs much deeper than that. Cossette was savagely murdered by her lover, who also happens to be the artist who painted the portrait. When the new owner of the portrait nearly kills himself, Eiri decides to get involved

Le Portrait de Petit Cossette (Japanese: コゼットの肖像, Hepburn: Kozetto no Shōzō) is an original video animation anime series produced by Aniplex and animated by Daume. It spanned 3 episode OVA series and ran in 2004

Le Portrait de Petit Cossette (Japanese: コゼットの肖像, Hepburn: Kozetto no Shōzō) is an original video animation anime series produced by Aniplex and animated by Daume. It spanned 3 episode OVA series and ran in 2004. It was licensed for North American distribution by Geneon and released as Le Portrait de Petite Cossette

Illustrated by Asuka Katsura, Created by Cossette House/Aniplex.

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Author: KATSURA Asuka. It’s a portrait with a strange history-everyone who has owned it has been murdered in a bizarre fashion. Horror Romance Mystery Seinen Tragedy. From Tokyopop: Eiri Kurahashi is an art school student, with a job at a local antique store. It’s there that he develops a strange obsession. When the new owner of the portrait nearly kills himself, Eiri decides to get involved.

Le Portrait de Petit Cossette - Eiri works at his uncle's antique shop, and one day stumbles . Le portrait du petite Cossette vol 1 - Dark Dead End.

Le Portrait de Petit Cossette - Eiri works at his uncle's antique shop, and one day stumbles across a glass. Upon touching the glass, he receives visions from what he finds out to be a girl, Cossette, haunting the glass. volumes) Eiri becomes obsessed with Cossette, a girl whose portrait is on sale in an antique store. People who own the painting have all been murdered in bizarre ways. When Cossette's spirit appears in front of Eiri, she asks him to save her. Cossette no Shouzou Read Online page 1.

Itai no wa Iya nano de Bougyoryoku ni Kyokufuri Shitai to Omoimasu. Iya na Kao Sarenagara Opantsu Misete Moraitai 2. Kabukicho Sherlock. Kandagawa Jet Girls (Uncensored)

Itai no wa Iya nano de Bougyoryoku ni Kyokufuri Shitai to Omoimasu. Kandagawa Jet Girls (Uncensored). Kimetsu no Yaiba Dubbed. Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara.

English: Le Portrait de Petit Cossette . Synonyms: コゼットの肖像, Le Portrait de Petite Cossette. Cossette no Shouzou was published in English as Le Portrait de Petite Cossette by Tokyopop from July 3, 2006 to November 7, 2006. Throughout the whole book, we have a sort of Narrator-ish chat going on without any real way of knowing whether its Eiri or Corssette talking. Sometimes it’s a mix of the two though can be just a little hard to figure out how who is. It dives much into psychology of obsession and love with almost a surreal feeling.

"Eiri works part-time at an antique shop where he becomes absessed with Cossette--a girl whose portrait is on sale in the store. But Cossette has a tragic story, people who own the painting have all been murdered in bizarre ways"--Vol. 1, p. [4] of cover.
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Bad Sunny
‘Le Portrait de Petite Cossette’, by Katsura Asuka, is the manga adaptation of the famous anime. Having seen and enjoyed the short gothic-style anime, I couldn’t help but take the next step and read from start to end its manga adaptation. Though it isn’t as comparable to the anime this manga adaptation doesn’t disappoint, and proved to be a very enjoyable read.

The story centers around Eiri Kurahashi, who is an art school student with a job at a local antique store and an unexplainable obsession with a portrait of a Victorian-era girl named Cossette. The portrait has a strange history – everyone who has owned it has been murdered ina bizarre fashion. However, it’s when the new owner of the portrait nearly kills himself that Euri decides to get involved. And that’s when Cossette begins speaking to him. No one else can hear or see her, and Eiri’s not about to tell his friends (as is to be expected) that he is talking to the ghost of the girl in the portrait. However, Cossette has a problem, and no one can help her but Eiri: she needs to gather her former possessions, each one of them cursed and causing their owners to go insane. But, how long can one deal with cursed objects and hysteria before descending into madness himself?

The story develops very similarly to that of the anime, though it provides details and information which wasn’t made available by it. Though it is classified as horror, it isn’t (to my consideration) much of a horror manga in the traditional sense. There are some elements of it, but it isn’t something of the same style as other series such as ‘Higurashi no Naku Koro ni’. It is instead a gothic-style manga with major mystery, romance, and tragedy elements. It also has less graphic elements than the anime, though this wasn’t something that I noticed too much whilst reading this manga adaptation. ‘Le Portrait de Petite Cossette’ mixes this very particular style well, and it gives a very interesting perspective to its story. It is, above all, an aesthetic experience. The plot is a bit typical, but it manages to differentiate itself through the take on Eiri’s and Cossette’s relationship (or Cossette’s dubious intentions concerning Eiri). It is different from the anime in that it lacks some of the elements that makes the latter great, but this doesn’t damper it. The plot is memorable, and the ending even better.

The art took a bit to get used to, but I loved it. The way in which the characters were drawn, as well as their surroundings, gave a very good atmosphere to the manga. Especially when it involved Cossette, her cursed possessions, and the drawings of her. It fits perfectly with the plot and the characters, and pulls both through very well. Like I said, it is a very aesthetic experience. Haunting, in a way. The characters themselves fit with the style of art, and are memorable and three-dimensional. Rather than being cliché or overdramatic, they are realistic in both their personality and how they react to events. Eiri is the best example of this, and it is interesting to see how his perspective changes as the story progresses; particularly relating to Cossette herself.

Overall ‘Le Portrait de Petite Cossette’ was an enjoyable manga to read, and I definitely recommend it. Though it has some faults, particularly in that the plot isn’t the most original one out there, this doesn’t bring the overall story down. I really enjoyed the themes it brought (Can you sacrifice your life for someone you love?), along with the imagery, its characters, and its aesthetic experience. I give it 4 stars, with a full buying recommendation. If you have seen the anime, you will definitely enjoy this. If you haven’t but you enjoy gothic-style novels and comics, or the genres it falls under, you most likely will as well. ‘Le Portrait de Petite Cossette’ is definitely worth reading, and one of the mangas that I have enjoyed reading the most so far this year. It is haunting, in every sense of the word.
Danial
Le Portrait de Petite Cossette is a story of the relationship between a student named Eiri and a ghost named Cossette.

The story starts with Eiri obsessing about a girl he has never met, drawing her picture on a blank sheet of paper during class. After class he goes to his job at an antique store, where he discovers her portrait, which has already been sold, and he encounters her unhappy ghost in the darkness of the back room. She beseeches him to save her, and he overcomes his apprehensions and agrees. Cossette is sad because her former possessions are now cursed, and have caused death and injury to many people. The story becomes a treasure hunt to find her former possessions, studded with traps which lead to growth in the two characters. The story succeeded in getting me to identify with Eiri. That is good.

The manga has many pages of just illustration, with little dialog or explication. That is confusing and echoes Eiri's confusion, which is good, but it is also irritating. I have seen the same in another manga that was originally an anime, and to see more of it is disappointing.

So there it is, a story that is a mixture of good and disappointment.
Wilalmaine
The manga adaptation of 'le portrait de petite Cossette', is rated 'OT', wich by tokyopop's standards means 16+. That rating is certainly true for the anime, but this manga is nothing but a PG wannabe mockery. There isn't nealy as much blood and gore as I was hoping for. Then again, one of my favoite movies is Sleepy Hollow, and I'm a huge fan of blood and violence in entertainment. Aside from that, the manga is choppy and hard to follow, and they didn't bother to put in any cultural notes, to explain to the Japanesse newbes about female ghost revenge stories.

So basically, if your a fan of violence, and beatuiful images, Watch the anime! And, if you're a child who is to young to watch the movie, then I'm sure it's perfectly fine for you to read the manga, as there is nothing scary in it!