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The Breaker: New Waves

The Breaker: New Waves

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Breaker 2, The Breaker: NW, The Breaker: Part 2, The Breaker: Martial Arts City
Japanese: 브레이커NW

Information

Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 20
Chapters: 203
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 8, 2010 to May 8, 2015
Authors: Park, Jin-Hwan (Art), Jeon, Geuk-jin (Story)
Serialization: Daum Webtoon

Statistics

Score: 8.541 (scored by 28755 users)
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Ranked: #1082
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Popularity: #69
Members: 50,010
Favorites: 3,509
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Volumes: /20
Chapters: /203
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Synopsis

After his master, Goomoonryong, destroys his ki-center, Shioon decides to leave the world of Murim for a normal life. But as the person who holds the Phoenix Medallion of the Sunwoo Clan, and the only disciple of the infamous Goomoonryong, the Murim world will not let Shioon leave so easily...

Background

The Breaker: New Waves has been published in Polish by Yumegari since February 2016.

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Jang-Il, Jeon
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Kangsung
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Sae-hie
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More reviewsReviews

Sep 22, 2015
Yarub (All reviews)
First off, this is my very first review so please bare with me if I did something wrong.

1- Story: The story is just amazing, very unique and enjoyable. I never really expected it to be this good, at first it was really annoying how the main character was defenseless, naive and idiotic then it continues to the right path like its prequel. Score: 9

2- Art: I really like the art, very detailed and attractive to the eye but the only problem is that there are no colors, I mean it's a manhwa it should have colors, that what makes manhwa abit superior to manga. Hoping read more
May 12, 2015
SirHellfire (All reviews)
So I was surprised when I went to my manga reading site to find that this manga, sequel to one of the my favorite manga's ever, had a 'Completed' tag. As a loyal fan that read the weekly release I feel a sense of duty to review the sequel, having already done the first entry.

(*DISCLAIMER*I HIGHLY recommend that you read the prequel 'The Breaker' to have all the necessary knowledge going into this one.)

The short version:
(+)The majority of the characters are well done.
(+)Story leads in well with the prequel.
(+)Fight scenes are the best of they're kind.
(+)Arts gives great emotion weights when it's needed.
(-)The MC read more
Jul 20, 2015
Xistance (All reviews)
Hello this is my first review so please give me pointers because this review will probably be trash.

Story 10/10

Where do I begin nothing I say can do this masterpiece justice. This manga or manhwa is the pinnacle of story telling I don't want to spoil anything but let me tell you this much this story is a thrill ride from start to finish and I just could not get enough of it.

Art 10/10

The art in this manhwa was stunning. It is the first time that from just looking at the art I could tell how the characters felt without looking at their facial expressions. read more
Dec 15, 2015
TakeTheWindward (All reviews)
The Breaker will be considered the prequel and New Waves the sequel.

Martial arts has always been intriguing and looking at stories where characters who are weak, wanting to get stronger is a journey of self discovery. In some ways, media that projects this topic is relateable to viewers because most of us want to follow our bliss and find a path that truly fits us. For The Breaker, Shi-Woon is the young boy we follow to search for his path of self discovery. This review reflects the series as a whole rather than just this sequel.

I'll do my best without spoilers for the prequel read more

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