Having recovered Angle, Max and the flock head to New York City to pursue a lead regarding their true identities.
But where the flock goes, erasers are sure to follow! Even more troubling, though, is the voice that’s begun whispering in Max’s head. Is it really her destiny to save the world?
Follow the second installment of the manga adaptation of renowned author James Patterson’s internationally bestselling series!
Little, Brown Young Readers
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||Maximum Ride (Yen Press), 02
||209 x 144 x 20mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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Tue, 3 Nov 2009 | Review by: Janet C
This is one of the better manga I've read!
The artwork is well-polished, and the character designs are excellent! I feel that the character adaptions stay true to the book, even though all the characters are completely different from what I expected. Although Narae Lee is new to the scene, everything is done well, and has a clean look to it. The only major problem with the art is that the characters deform quite a bit in the smaller panels.
Maximum Ride is book series that is extremely visual, so this is a perfect suppliment for anyone who is a fan of the series by James Patterson. What I really loved were the first few colour pages, which are done coolly, that matches the atmosphere brilliantly! Another bonus is that this is a Korean jumbo-manga, so you get quite a bit of mileage out of one volume.
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