» » RIN-NE, Vol. 8

Free eBook RIN-NE, Vol. 8 download

by Rumiko Takahashi

Free eBook RIN-NE, Vol. 8 download ISBN: 1421543168
Author: Rumiko Takahashi
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (March 6, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 176
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Manga
Size MP3: 1601 mb
Size FLAC: 1500 mb
Rating: 4.1
Format: azw lit rtf azw


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for audiences T+. Ever since a strange encounter when she was a child.

The spotlight on Rumiko Takahashi's career began in 1978 when she won an honorable mention in Shogakukan's annual New Comic Artist Contest for Those Selfish Aliens. Later that same year, her boy-meets-alien comedy series, Urusei Yatsura, was serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday. This phenomenally successful manga series was adapted into anime format and spawned a TV series and half a dozen theatrical-release movies, all incredibly popular in their own right.

Quand l'élève dépasse le maîtr. ans la bêtise. Rumiko Takahashi has done it again as this story is written with enough humor and tension that makes this manga so enjoyable to read! I loved the fact that Rumiko Takahashi goes deeper into the world of the Shinigami as we start to see a young Shinigami child training to take the ghosts to the wheel of reincarnation and it was interesting being introduced to one of the Shinigami children in this volume.

by Rumiko Takahashi First published March 6th 2012. Rinne Vol. 8 (Paperback). Published June 6th 2012 by PT Elex Media Komputindo. Rinne 8 (Rin-Ne, Published September 6th 2012 by Star Comics. Express 156, Paperback, 192 pages. Author(s): Rumiko Takahashi. Paperback, 200 pages. ISBN13: 9786020027548.

Rumiko Takahashi has done it again as this story is written with enough humor and tension that makes this manga so enjoyable to read! I loved the fact that Rumiko Takahashi goes deeper into the world of the Shinigami as we start to see a young Shinigami child training to take the ghosts to the wheel of reincarnation and it was interesting being introduced to one of the Shinigami children in this volume.

Rumiko Takahashi (Author). Book 8 of 40 in the 境界のRINNE Series. See and discover other items: rumiko takahashi. There's a problem loading this menu right now.

Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for audiences T+. Ever since a strange encounter when she was a child, Sakura Mamiya has had the power to see ghosts.

Rinne – Ebook written by Rumiko Takahashi. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Rinne. C'est l'occasion pour Ageha de retrouver sa soeur disparue qui n'est autre que la secrétaire de la Damashigami Company !

In this volume, Ryoga teams up with Ukyo, goes on a date with Akane, and meets his long-lost fiancée.

In this volume, Ryoga teams up with Ukyo, goes on a date with Akane, and meets his long-lost fiancée. Ranma 1/2, Vol. 8. by Rumiko Takahashi.

One-Pound Gospel, Vol. 1 (Viz Graphic Novel) by Takahashi, Rumiko.

Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for audiences T+. Ever since a strange encounter when she was a child, Sakura Mamiya has had the power to see ghosts. Now in high school, she just wishes the ghosts would leave her alone! When her mysterious classmate Rinne Rokudo shows up, Sakura finds herself following him into the amazing world between life and death! Rinne finds himself acting as a mentor for the shinigami Shoma, an elementary school student from the afterlife. Although Shoma is supposed to be learning how to help spirits pass on, he only wants to go after the biggest evil spirits he can find—despite the fact that he’s never done it before! The devil Masato offers Shoma an easy road to success, but can Rinne show the young shinigami the right path?
User reviews
greatest
This is a new(er) manga series from Rumiko Takahashi, who was also the author of Ranma 1/2, Inuyahsa, and several earlier ones. This is overall an improvement on how she treats her male characters, with less gag violence against them, yet keeps the same kind of humor like Rin always remaining poor. While I didn't read much of Inuyasha the designated annoying character, such as Kodachi in Ranma 1/2, her version in this has redeemable qualities and is at least likable this time around. The overall story is also interesting enough. Finally if you're looking for a manga with an overarching long term storyline, this is probably not for you, as so far I haven't seen one. Most of the stories are retained within a few chapters with new characters added from time to time. If you enjoy a lighthearted manga with some action thrown in, this might be worth checking out.
Taulkree
I've read all eleven volumes and it's a really good manga but you feel like it's not really going anywhere.

I feel like by volume eleven that we should have hit SOME sort of climax, but it's just story after story.

However, I still readily await the next volume...
Ichalote
I love this manga
Onetarieva
Rumiko Takahashi's latest series this volume really starts to develop the standard Takahashi storyline with the introduction of Tsubasa as a rival for Rinne. Not just in dealing with spirits, but also in the competition for Sakura's interest. It just wouldn't be a Takahashi novel if it didn't have a love triangle or dozen.
Duktilar
Awesome series....
MrDog
Love the new character development.
Kazimi
It is brand new
~3/5
I surprisingly don’t feel like I’m missing anything from not reading the previous books in this series, and also like I don’t even need to read them to get more attached to the characters. All of the chapters are so episodic that it doesn’t really feel like it matters.

They are surprisingly enjoyable at times, though. And it kind of makes me want to actually read the Inuyasha volumes, because I was a fan of that series.

There’s a lot of one-shot chapters, nothing too exciting. And then we meet a witch, who’s using a crystal ball that Rinne wants for a reward. She’s an interesting character, who can see the future at times, and I like the banter. There’s some competitions, the couple cures a few characters, including a girl haunted by a scarecrow she tried to fix.

This is an all right series to me, and I don’t mind reading the random volumes I receive, but I don't really plan on collecting the rest.

A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]