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Le Chevalier d'Eon

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Aug 31, 2010
IceAndCream (All reviews)
I decided to read this after watching most of the anime version. I dropped the anime from lack of interest. I wondered if the manga version would be more interesting. And it is. Because it is completely different. (I'll go into those differences later, for those who are interested.)

In a highly fantastic and gothified 18th-century France, a mysterious woman prowls the Paris streets by night. Called the "Sphinx," she wields a sword, and destroys demonic creatures. She happens to actually be dead. Her true name is Lea, a murdered young woman, whose discontented spirit is inhabiting her read more
Dec 5, 2021
DancingTheBa (All reviews)
Le Chevalier d'Eon is the manga I decided to read just because it had a French name and I didn't want to suffer through another horrendous isekai manga. In hindsight, I should have opted for an isekai.

One of the few things I could muster the energy to praise about this manga is the story, it was decent. It had some nice twists and turns that made it enjoyable to read. The gimmick of this goon of the week style manga is that they use poetry to fight, yes, poetry. It's essentially a generic action manga with swords, magic and monsters but all of the special read more

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