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Meteor Methuselah

Meteor Methuselah

Alternative Titles

English: Immortal Rain
Synonyms: Meteo Metosera
Japanese: メテオ・メトセラ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 61
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 26, 1998 to May 25, 2011
Authors: Ozaki, Kaori (Story & Art)
Serialization: Wings


Score: 8.341 (scored by 4692 users)
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Ranked: #2782
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Popularity: #423
Members: 13,824
Favorites: 624


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Dec 28, 2007
Lirael (All reviews)
The story of Immortal Rain is one which captured me from the first page. The serene yet tense atmosphere in the first few pages drew me in instantly. From then on it's full of action, suspense, humour, beauty, romance, symbolism, joy and dispair, regret and hope... All sorts.

The characters are simply superb.The first book allows the reader to get to grips with the personalities of the main two and as the story progresses through the first 4 books, we learn more about Machika and Rain; their backgrounds, their painful memories and hopeful spirits. It makes the two truly enchanting,

The art is, for the read more
Mar 13, 2010
Lenka-Penka (All reviews)
Well, i don't know what words i should use to describe all the feelings i have while i've been reading this manga. It's outstanding for me! i even held my breath sometimes.
- The Story- The story is wonderful and touching. At the beginning it was quite average, but by the end of the first chapter, i've realised i'm totally captivated by it.
- The Art- Well, tastes different of course, but i loved it. You know, sometimes the picture is pretty and clean, but you cant see and feel all emotions of characters. This manga's art is perfect in that way.
-The Characters- They read more
Sep 2, 2015
Karensama (All reviews)

I remember stumbling on this series at my local library, it was a random volume 2--which I find odd even picking up since I hated reading out of order. I was completely drawn to it from that point on and couldn't wait until my holds would come, now this was before I had REAL internet...the dial-up stuff was running at my house; and I didn't even know scanlations was a thing--I was very young.

I love the authors art work and diverse characters. I remember being in middle school and hiding it under my desk because I couldn't wait to read it. There's so read more
Mar 26, 2010
ragesugar (All reviews)
The summary caught my attention when I was looking to read something different. Even though I personally love a ton of romance in what I read, the small amount and the development of the relationship between Machika and Rain was very well done.

I wish this would really be turned into an anime, as I adore this so much and seeing it animated would make my heart explode with happiness.

I highly suggest this manga and I cannot wait for it's completion (thought part of me wants it to go on forever.. with faster updates as well X3)
Aug 12, 2008
wassi (All reviews)
when i first read the summery i just had to download the manga, and after i strated reading it i got hooked and read it non stop, the story was interesting and thats one of the things that got me hooked to it.

the character development is great as both characters change emotionaly throughout the manga and you can see thier relationship changes.
Sep 22, 2012
OlivriaNoel (All reviews)
''Eww. A six hundred year old wanting to date a fifteen year old? This is gonna get old.''

Ladies and gentleladies and as well as that, possible men. I am an idiot. The above I consider not a spoiler simply because in the first few chapters, this is, by all accounts the main drive of the story. The bond between two people, two rather amazing characters. The lovable, big idiot with a timespan of infinite and a hair length that would make Fabio grumble and the girl with a fiery heart that wants to Kill Him, Kiss Him. Not that manga.

It should be -so- cliche by read more
Nov 15, 2011
mooglebot (All reviews)
This is one of my favourite works of fiction, in any media, ever. And unfortunately, it seems tragically under-read.

The art is beautiful, crisp and clear. You can almost feel every little frown, smile or look of sadness.

The plot is addictive - it combines the drama, action, and loss with just the right amount of humour and romance to lighten the mood, in the appropriate places. The only reason I failed to give it top marks is beacuse it has certain moments where the pace could have been a little quicker, or it seemed a bit repetitive - but these were brief, and didn't read more
Sep 7, 2011
brisingr123 (All reviews)
The immortality of one's soul... is it an amazing gift or a foul curse?

After reading 62 chapters, I remain with the first few lines from volume 2, chapter 8:
I have no name, I have no form, I have no home. I will take your hand with these ethereal fingers. I will call you with this soundless voice.// If I could only embrace your flame in this empty heart.

I liked the story before reading those lines, but it was exactly them that made me love the story, the characters, and even... Yuca.

Pain is a double-edged sword: in Yuca it brings hatred and an almost sociopathic streak, read more
Jul 6, 2010
AyaSeiran (All reviews)

This is a very well-rounded manga. It has action, romance, suspense, tragedy- it has a little bit of everything. Once you begin, it's extremely hard to put it down. The story flows so well from one chapter to the next and you never know what is going to happen- not a moment of it is cliché.


I absolutely love the art in this story...
There is a noticeable difference around chapter 20 where the art improves greatly from chapter 1. The art almost seems like portraits of real people- it just draws you in because it's so alluring.


The main characters are well-detailed in back-story and read more
Jul 9, 2010
awesomeoost3 (All reviews)
So I started reading this thinking i was gonna rate it a 7 and that the story would be interesting but nothing special. I WAS SO WRONG! This is the PERFECT blend of romance and action. The plot never got boring and I couldn't stop reading.

The characters are great. The plot is pretty serious but the author also includes funny things that aren't cheesy. The plot keeps changing so you are never bored but you are still able to follow the story really easily.

This is is like 'Tokyo Crazy Paradise' meets 'Fullmetal Alchemist' meets 'Superior'. Well you might think that maybe my comparison is read more
May 20, 2014
aniaw (All reviews)
This manga is absolutely amazing.

The story is great. It blends adventure, romance, comedy, drama. Despite being a fantastical manga, it still has an incredible message. It's very hard to describe the feeling I had after reading it. All I can say is that it made me love being a human being despite all the hardships I just read.

The art, like in many manga, gets better as the story progresses. By the end, it's very clear and conveys so many emotions.

It's the characters that make this manga. Their development is remarkable. Rain's backstory is the most touching, yet strangely simple thing I have every read more
Jun 14, 2016
XanWasting (All reviews)
Hello there! Allow me to present you a story full of suspense, endangered humanity destroyed by it's own hands, barren lands and chuunibyou drivel. Allow me to present you... "The story that was totally not inspired by trigun and you should totally read it because it's worthwhile".
Honestly, there's so little that's different about the story that if I told you the differences that'd be spoilers because you know what'll happen next.
Characters are... good (and familiar), the world is very consistent in it's postapocalyptic feel (hey, I heard it somewhere else...), and even the narration will make you check twice if you're actually reading a new read more