Saturday, November 8, 2014

Manga Review: Phantom Thief Jeanne, Volume 4, by Arina Tanemura

Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Shojo Beat (VIZ Media)
Release Date: September 2014
Volumes: 5
Spoilers?: No.
Volume: 1. 3. 5.
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 VIZ Media Synopsis:

Maron has been betrayed by someone she loves and can no longer transform into Phantom Thief Jeanne. Rejecting the offer to join forces with the Demon Lord, Maron is sent back to the fifteenth century to save the source of her power—Jeanne d’Arc!


This series is getting serious! And so close to the ending! Oh, I’m excited.
The actual Jeanne d’Arc plot gets a new push in this volume, giving Jeanne a new look on who she is, and her powers. The romance between Maron and Chiaki heats up (but oh, I can’t wait until the next volume!). Maron continues trying to deal with Finn’s betrayal, and we get an extra chapter to see Finn and Access’s relationship, whom are just about as cute as Maron and Chiaki, really. Minazuki also finally does something about his feelings, and I’m happy he finally gets to move on, the poor guy.
The storyline is heating up! Maron gets to do something exciting soon, and I can’t wait.
A short review for this volume, but so much happens, and I’m mostly just excited and in love. This is my favorite of Tanemura’s series, and I can’t wait to read the ending again. It’s going to be so good!

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