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on 9 February 2004
Well, the story is exactly the same as the other Cardcaptor Sakura manga vol.1, however there are a few differences. The manga is about Sakura catching the Clow cards, Tomoyo making battle costumes for her, Sakura's crush on Yukito and.... I am not going to bore you with the story because I assume most of you reading this review will already know it. Anyway the differences between the 2 mangas are;
THE READING FORMAT-you get to read this in 100% authentic manga style (right to left format), which means none of the art work has been flipped, altered, enlarged/reduced or cut off.
THE TRANSLATIONS-A different person translated this manga
THE FONTS-To tell you the truth I prefer the font of the other manga.
HONORIFICS-They have included honorifics in this manga. What are honorifics???? Well honorifcs are the way Japanese use words to add to peoples names to determine their relationship with people.
ENGLISH BULKY LETTERS-They did not include English bulky letters in this manga, that means none of the artwork will get spoiled.
BONUS BOOK MARK-Like the Cardcaptor Sakura;master of the clow mangas, you will get a Clow card book mark and the first and last page is in colour for the first press release.
JAPANESE WORDS-A few Japanese words are used in this manga, with a glossary at the back of the manga.
If you have already read the other Cardcaptor Sakura vol.1 manga, then its worth buying this item, although you already know the story, because you get more exprience of the way CLAMP intends you to read it!
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