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Soul Eater: Vol 2 [Paperback]

Atsushi Ohkubo
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23 Feb 2010 Soul Eater (Book 2)

Maka and Soul are given a remedial assignment to take the soul of Dr. Franken Stein-who happens to be the most powerful meister to ever graduate from Death Weapon Meister Academy. Needless to say, this assignment turns out to be more than they were expecting. In the middle of the fight, Maka learns how to see someone's soul-and sees for herself just how powerful Dr. Stein's soul is. It scares her so much that she freezes up. Luckily for her, the whole thing is just a set-up as part of the assignment, and Dr. Stein decides to pass them.

Things seem to be back to normal when a more dangerous enemy emerges-and this time it's not a test. Named Crona, he carries the demon sword Ragnarok, whose attacks are accompanied by grotesque, ear-piercing screams. But Crona is merely a puppet of the witch Medusa, who is trying to manipulate him into becoming something called a "Kishin." Shinigami-sama sends Dr. Stein and Death Scythe to make sure that that doesn't happen.

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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Yen Press (23 Feb 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0759530483
  • ISBN-13: 978-0759530485
  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 13.4 x 1.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,230 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Young meisters battle to strengthen their weapons and eradicate the evil souls that threaten our world in this comedic action series

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B. Ichi Vol 1 (978 0 7595 2977 9) / B. Ichi Vols 2-4 / Soul Eater: Vol 1 (978 0 7595 3001 0)

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4.0 out of 5 stars Stitch and witch 17 May 2010
The first volume of "Soul Eater" was all about introducing the meisters and their weapons -- but "Soul Eater Volume 2" dives headfirst into the plot and never comes up. Atsushi Ohkubo's story gets a lot more violent and twisty with the advent of the deliciously nasty Franken Stein, and, but there's still a heavy dose of comic relief and kitschy artwork.

The gang encounters Dr. Franken Stein, a dissection-happy mad scientist with stitches all over.... well, everything. However, his creepy habits are not the only terrifying thing about him -- he's also powerful enough to battle all four teenagers at the same time, and this realization throws Maka into a panic. Can she and Soul's souls resonate enough for them to defeat Stein? And if they don't, what will happen?

And when both Soul and BlackStar skip class, they encounter the newest students: Death the Kid, Liz and Patty. BlackStar is determined to kill the guy who's gotten more attention than him, and Death the Kid is determined to kill the guy who ruined the building's perfect symmetry. The problem is, BlackStar and Soul might not be the perfect team they think they are.

Finally, while Soul and Maka are on a mission they sense a meister and weapon inside a church. When they investigate, they encounter a bizarre, androgynous meister who carries a blood weapon -- a demonic blade of devastating power (and really loud screams).

"Soul Eater" really didn't take long to take off -- the second volume is faster, bloodier and more polished than the introductory chapters, and it also introduces a bunch of brilliant new characters. The middle story is kind of fluffy (the whole thing is basically a big student brawl between Death the Kid, Soul and BlackStar), but the beginning and ending ones are really astounding.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dissections, Demon Swords and Witches 7 April 2010
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This second volume of the Soul Eater manga sees the conclusion of the remedial assignments as Soul, Maka, Black Star and Tsubaki encounter the eccentric Dr Stein. Once this encounter is done with the main storyline of the manga starts to gain pace as Soul and Maka encounter the strange meister Crona and the demon sword Ragnarok.

I really enjoyed this volume of Soul Eater as it introduced two of my favourite characters from the series, Dr Stein and the witch Medusa. Although Medusa doesn't do much in this volume she is a brilliant character and shows just what a true witch is capable of, Stein on the other hand is just brilliant, being both funny and powerful at the same time. The series really begins to get god in this volume with some nice action, some very funny moments and some revelations on why DWMA was formed.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good series 17 Sep 2013
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I know the story already and I'm colecting the manga series, but in general, is a good story with good characters.
The quality of the paperback book it self is quite good too. Yen Press is a good publisher.
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