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Sword Art Online: Project Alicization

Sword Art Online: Project Alicization

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Japanese: ソードアート・オンライン プロジェクト・アリシゼーション

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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Aug 9, 2016 to ?
Authors: Yamada, Koutarou (Art), Kawahara, Reki (Story)
Serialization: Dengeki Bunko Magazine

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Ranked: #2952
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Popularity: #2761
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Synopsis

Kirito awakens in a vast, fantastical forest filled with towering trees. In his search for clues to the truth of his surroundings, he encounters a young boy who seems to know him. He ought to be a simple NPC, but the depth of his emotions seem no different than a human. As they search for the boy's parents, Kirito finds a peculiar memory returning to him. A memory from his own childhood, of this boy and a girl, too, with golden hair, and a name he should have never forgotten—Alice.

(Source: Yen Press)

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Jun 9, 2017
Nick-Knight (All reviews)
This review contains «SPOILERS».

Sword Art Online is a series that needs no introduction, given that it is a gateway Light Novel that helped popularize this medium (along with Web Novels) to a new high just like Final Fantasy VII popularized JRPGs in the west. It is a franchise that everyone already knows its name and this tale shows the reason why SAO is deserving of such massive popularity and commercial success. The 4th SAO arc, the “Project Alicization”, is the largest and most ambitious arc this franchise has and every part of it is worthy of praise.

The previous manga adaptations of SAO were, at the read more
Oct 21, 2018
mmchan (All reviews)
I was absolutely blown away by the quality of this manga. As a light novel reader, I love this and would 100% recommend this to eveyone, even those who have read the light novel.
Yamada Kotaro did an amazing job adapting the light novels. Even from the first chapter, you could see how he made the story his own and how he adds little touches to make it suit a manga format. (Edit: could be Reki Kawahara supervising the project and him adding the details. I don’t know, but I love I!) Can’t say too much, but the scenery, the relationships between the characters, their personalities, read more

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