Amazing Agent Luna, Volume 1

Amazing Agent Luna, Volume 1

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by Nunzio DeFilippis
     
 

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Her name is Luna, and she's the perfect secret agent. Grown in a lab from the finest genetic material, she has been trained since her birth fifteen years ago to be the U.S. government's ultimate espionage weapon. But now, she is given an assignment that will test her abilities to the max-high school!

Her mission: to pose as a high school student at Nobel

Overview

Her name is Luna, and she's the perfect secret agent. Grown in a lab from the finest genetic material, she has been trained since her birth fifteen years ago to be the U.S. government's ultimate espionage weapon. But now, she is given an assignment that will test her abilities to the max-high school!

Her mission: to pose as a high school student at Nobel High and uncover a sinister plot engineered by her arch nemesis, Count Von Brucken. But the one thing she has not been trained to handle is her own feelings. Especially when she starts making friends, rivals, and crushing big time on bad boy Jonah, son of the evil Von Brucken himself!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935934202
Publisher:
Seven Seas Entertainment
Publication date:
07/20/2005
Series:
Amazing Agent Luna Series , #2
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,115,284
File size:
96 MB
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Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir are a husband and wife writing team who have worked in television for such series as HBO's Arli$$. They have worked in the American comic book industry on New Mutants and New X-Men. They live in Southern California.

Shiei is the artist for Aoi House. She is the most prolific Original English Language manga artist in the US, having completed 3 volumes of Aoi House and 4 volumes of Amazing Agent Luna so far. Shiei resides in Southern California.

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Amazing Agent Luna, Volume 1 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 98 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Luved it! 5 stars!!!! The ending was a bit fast, but it was really adorable and a great start to the series!! I especially love that Luna was born in a test tube! A must read!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow!
Sarah Ham More than 1 year ago
Its fun. But the words are sometimes hard 2 read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this i could read it for hours im on the 4th one its so good I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am reading the Luna series and I like it a lot thus far. Read books 1-3 in the same day and will be getting the others soon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish anime characters were real. Like the book and movie inuyasha. I have seen inuyasha the movie 1,2,and 3 2times. I love anime soo much i wish i was part of it. Have you read a book that u couldn't put down that was animee well these and inuyasha do that to me. My mom has to pry me off of it to make do my chores. I have seen this happen in real life and in movies but now it is happening to me. Will i ever be the same as i used to, and ever be the same? If u can give me some advice put ur tittle as HELLPING OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's comedy, action and romance, for both boys +girls. If you ever watched Inuyasha and liked it, you'll probably like this.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read books 1to7 in one day i cudnt put any of them down. I WISH THE 8TH ONE WAS OUT!!!!!!!!!!!
Jisoo Kim More than 1 year ago
never mind. its not oliver and luna its jonah and luna. im sooo stupid
Jocelyn Chan More than 1 year ago
KYA!!!!!!! (Crazed manga girl cry) Go Luna! This little agent is the best one around! Young Luna-chan is going to high school! EVEN FOR THIS YOUNG NINJA AGENT , she is exprinencing ( I bet I spelled the word wrong)her first love and buddies! How is Luna gonna pass high school?
Sira Rampersad More than 1 year ago
I love the comedy, action, and the ROMANCE! Just like inuyasha.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved Amazing Agent Luna. The first volume has a lot in it. If you're skeptical about buying the first volume, you can check it out on gomanga.com. There's a preview there. I really recommend this manga. It's a wonderful story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A++
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Will they make another vol. ?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun page turner great for teens
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good but i read them to fast
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MereChristian More than 1 year ago
Among the world of comics, there is a small, but growing, number of English-language titles that are produced here in America in the vein of manga. They are no less a part of the manga genre, but are created in America and not Japan. One such series I have recently started is the first volume of the <i>Amazing Agent Luna</i> series. Think of the earlier 2000's series <i>Alias</i> , but a lot less sexy and violent. Essentially, the protagonist, Luna, is a laboratory-grown human female that was created and raised to be the height of human potential. She is the &ldquo;perfect&rdquo; secret agent, who works for a covert group of the US government that makes the CIA look like amateurs. Unfortunately, Luna is about to face the greatest challenge of her fifteen years of life: high school. For Luna, this is scarier than for any other fifteen year old girl, as she has no social skills whatsoever. Despite this, she is the only agent who can realistically be placed at a prestigious high school attended by the children of international political figures. Along with her control agent, and an agency psychiatrist, who pose as her mom and dad (we eventually find this isn't entirely a lie, from what I saw on the internet), she will infiltrate the school to learn of and thwart the schemes of a rogue state bent on terrorism. While the premise is exciting, there are rarely any action scenes in the first volume. They are cool when they are there, but, like with much anime and manga, it is more of a &ldquo;slice of life&rdquo; format. The subplots in such genres seem to be just as important, and in some episodes and issues, more important, than the main plot. What I liked was that the spy stuff was toned down, and we didn't have any &ldquo;kick butt&rdquo; characters. Oh, Luna WILL mess you up six ways from Sunday if you give her cause (which takes a lot since she's so nice), but she is a young girl just navigating high school. That is the main story, and why I enjoy this so much. There is no (at least so far) political commentary or what not. It's just a coming of age story with some cool action scenes thrown in. Definitely Recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I only read a sample of it but all I can say is it is ...AWESOME!!! The art work is the BOMB. Greatest book ever.You must read it !!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is so awesome I just love it <3.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow who knew an owl could cause so much rukus. I love Luna she is soooo funny.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it
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Definitely one of my new favorite mangas!