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Shaman King (Kanzenban Edition)

Shaman King (Kanzenban Edition)

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Shaman King KZB, Shaman King Kang Zeng Bang, Shaman King Remix Track, Mappa Douji
Japanese: Shaman King シャーマンキング

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 33
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 4, 2008 to Apr 3, 2009
Authors: Takei, Hiroyuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Jump SQ

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Popularity: #842
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Shaman King (Kanzenban Edition) is a reprint of the original Shaman King series but with differences including the addition of new chapters (which changes the chapter numbering). The releases also included 16 special bonus chapters called Shaman King Remix Track.

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Jun 20, 2012
sowondeul (All reviews)
this is by far one of my most liked mangas. the mangaka focused a lot on the idea of "no one knows what justice really is because everyone has their own justice which might be wrong to someone else, so you have no right to impose your justice on others" and he also lived up to yoh's line of "no bad person can see spirits" and proved that every single character in the show is good in their own way opposing the typical bad guys who just want to see the world parish for the heck of it. I felt like the mangaka had an read more
May 22, 2018
Reybun (All reviews)
If i had to describe this entire manga as shortly as possible, i would definitely use the term "culture clash", because it perfectly encapsulates the major theme of this battle Shounen, the magnum opus of Hiroyuki Takei.

Imagine the most classic of battle shounen tropes: a huge tournament in which powerful partecipants from all over the world confront each other in spectacular battles. This time however, it won't be about aliens with blonde hair that can fly and shoot lasers from their hands and neither about knights named after costellations of the sky, but about sorcerers or , to be precise, shamans, powerful warriors who are read more
Apr 1, 2018
FAKEANIMEGIRL (All reviews)
Preliminary
At the end of my review for the original printing of Shaman King, I wrote that it was perhaps a blessing that Takei wasn’t able to give the series a proper ending under the assumption that it would only lead to further disappointment in the manga’s declining quality. Four years later, Takei resurrects the series and proves me right. Shaman King’s downward spiral picks up right where it left off – or if anything, it accelerated. This makes the rushed, evolving train wreck of the second half of the manga look like a brilliant masterpiece. There’s so much to go over here in the broad read more

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