- Tapa blanda: 354 páginas
- Editor: Vertical; Edición: 01 (23 de octubre de 2013)
- Colección: Summer Wars
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1939130158
- ISBN-13: 978-1939130150
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SUMMER WARS PART 01 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 23 oct 2013
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Praise for the Animation:"Summer Wars is awesome in its detailed depiction of Oz, which floats in space with an array of satellites, and earthly cityscapes visited by calamities... A superb example of Japanese anime, balancing science fiction fantasy with a paean to the timeless value of family life. A sophisticated yet poignant family entertainment with an appeal beyond Japanese animation buffs." - The Los Angeles Times "Thematic ambition and dazzling visual style ultimately make it one of the more rewarding anime efforts to reach these shores [United States]." - Hollywood Reporter
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Kenji Koiso is asked by his crush, Natsuki Jinnouchi, to accompany her to the countryside for her great-grandmother's 90th birthday, and Kenji must find his footing amongst the boisterous and tightly-knit Jinnouchi clan.Ver Descripción del producto
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First off the manga starts off differently from the movie, the movie starts with a description of OZ and the manga starts off with the main character talking to his friend.
Kenji Koiso the main character is good at math and almost reped japan in a math competition. He gets a job from his senpai Natsuki to pretend to be her fiance. However he doesn't know about it. In the movie Kenji and his friend does rock paper scissors to determine who gets to go with her but in this his friend just goes and when he learns about it he decides against it. It kinda shows how good friends they are.
They get to Natsuki's family and meet her great grandma Sakae and eventually the rest of the family. The black sheep of the family shows up, his name is Wabisuke. Later that night Kenji get's an email. It's the decryption code for OZ and he solves it but it ends up getting his OZ avatar would get hijacked. He becomes the fall guy for the downfall of OZ and is labeled a criminal. They try to take him to jail but OZ is royally messed up and it controls literally everything so they have to take him back to the house. They try to attack the ai causing the trouble but to no avail. Eventually they have dinner again and Wabisuke says that he made the ai and it's called Love Machine. They kick him out and Sakae and Kenji play a game of Koi Koi. This bothers me. They call it Hanafuda in both the movie and manga but Hanafuda is just the name of the cards used to play the game, the game they play is called Koi Koi. Anyways, tangent aside. They play and the next morning granny sakae dies and here comes my favorite part of the movie, but probably not so much in the manga. In the movie when Natsuki and Kenji are having their moment, there are no words what so ever. In the manga, there is in fact dialogue, That scene is only as powerful as it is when there is absolutely NO dialogue at least in my opinion. To me, adding in the dialogue just takes away from the scene because the scene that always made me well up in tears in the movie, did nothing for me in the manga. After that Kenji declares war on Love machine and end of Manga.
The manga is definitely really good and for certain rivals the original movie, however the scene with Natsuki and Kenji towards the end kind of take away from what was really there, it was a scene that didn't need dialogue to be powerful, it was a scene the shouldn't have had any dialogue. I still am in love with the manga and I could always just not pay attention to the dialogue when I get to that part but I shouldn't have too. That scene is already fairly the best scene in the movie but just made it not as special in the manga. I will be doing another review on part two of the manga and in that one there's actually a scene that didn't really do anything for me in the movie but definately made me cry in the manga.
In addition, part two has a very short little comic at the end detailing the two main characters' lives after the movie.
Overall both are pretty good. I'd still like a story detailing what happens after the movie though.