Spirited Away, Vol. 1 Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-02 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 30 user ratings

"i`ve always loved hayao miyazakis films although i have never read this manga book i know it will be brilliant.however it would not catch the same aspects as the film as manga and animation are completely different.overall a brilliant book to read" said.

" This is the graphic novel adaptation to the amazing movie of the same name. The main reason I only give it 4 stars is because these books can't do the movie justice, especially with the flowing movements and excellent soundtrack. " said.

" This is a psudo-manga version of the film. It is not drawn like normal manga. It appears to be stills from the film. So, if you've seen the movie you aren't missing much. What I found awesome is, in the back of the book, there is a guide for sound effects. It explains the reasoning behind the sound effects and it maps it all out by page and cell number. It is really interesting and makes reading the book much more entertaining. " said.

" For one thing, i didn't realize that this was going to be a series, so was quite disappointed when i got to the end, but it wasn't really the end. Also, my understanding is that this is base on a movie - and I am guessing that this is one of those rare instances where the movie is actually better then the book. Maybe I was just turned off by the sound effects being written in Japanese, making it difficult for me to understand them without constant referral to the lexicon. " said.

"I read this book in the october brake. This story is come from the movie.

The girl, who move to the another city (like us), she don't want to move to another where, because her old friends is all in the old city, but when she move to another where, she can't meet and play and study together. I think she don't want to study or play alone.
When she almost get to the new city, she remember when her old friends give to her to good bye present. She was getting cried, but she didn't cried. She thins, if her friends know she was cried, all her friends will be all laughing. I think she don't want to people to say something bed word to her.
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"This is not a review of this single volume, but of the series as a whole.

Like I said in my review of the Princess Mononoke Film Comic, one misses out on the gorgeous animation and beautiful soundtrack by experiencing this story in the graphic novel format rather than as a film. However, unlike the Princess Mononoke comic, where I missed the animation and soundtrack enough to dock it a whole star, I left in all five stars for this one. Why? I honestly can't give a definite reason. Maybe this was a simple case of reading the perfect story at the perfect time. Perhaps the artwork, plot, and characters were so compelling on their own that Spirited Away didn't feel quite as naked without the icing on the cake as Princess Mononoke did. Either way, if you're looking to experience this beautiful tale in a manner that allows you to savor and enjoy it at a book's pace rather than a movie's pace, you can't go wrong with the Spirited Away film comic series.
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" nice light hearted book. Miyazaki did a very good job portraying the classic. " said.

" It's a picture book from the movie, with some dialogue. " said.

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