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Ragnarok, Volume 2

Ragnarok Volume The winds of fate are stirring A great storm is about to descend upon the land and awaken the world from a year slumber Many great long forgotten powers are returning And a new master will soon

  • Title: Ragnarok, Volume 2
  • Author: Myung-Jin Lee Richard A. Knaak Lauren Na
  • ISBN: 9781931514743
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • The winds of fate are stirring A great storm is about to descend upon the land and awaken the world from a 1000 year slumber Many great, long forgotten powers are returning And a new master will soon rule over Midgard Ragnarok the end of the world in Norse Mythology features a shifting ensemble of swordsmen and sorcerers in a setting reminiscent of role playing gameThe winds of fate are stirring A great storm is about to descend upon the land and awaken the world from a 1000 year slumber Many great, long forgotten powers are returning And a new master will soon rule over Midgard Ragnarok the end of the world in Norse Mythology features a shifting ensemble of swordsmen and sorcerers in a setting reminiscent of role playing games like Final Fantasy Ragnarok is the best selling fantasy graphic novel in America.

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    1. Huh. Didn't mark this one finished either. Weird. I find the story hard to follow--both visually physically hard to follow and in terms of keeping up with the narrative. I LOVE norse mythology, and I'm increasingly falling in love with Manga and Anime as I've been going out of my way to search out those shows/comics people tell me are good, but as interesting as the premise is, and as much as the bits that fit together are fun, the whole thing just doesn't hang together well. i'm curious that I [...]


    2. This is probably one of the more interesting volumes in the series as it shows us the history of the valkyrie Sara Irine as she is reunited with the town that betrayed her twelve years ago. Beyond that this volume goes by very quickly, dumping exposition and the like. Fernis and Chaos meet early so any suspense about that is quickly squashed. While it remains very nicely drawn, it still seems more like a game than a story at times.


    3. I read the first volume and it was good so I wanted to read the second volume and it was still very good. Both have fast paced action and a lot of fun illustrations. My only complaint was that because it is YA the dialogue was a bit flat and childish but I will be picking up the next few volumes to finish the series:)






    4. Better than the first one in the series. I'm starting to know the characters, though I still have to flip to the front to figure out who is who sometimes.





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