Fushigi Yugi, Volume 2 (VIZBIG Edition)

Fushigi Yugi, Volume 2 (VIZBIG Edition)

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by Yuu Watase
     
 

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Fifteen-year-old Miaka Yuki is transported into an ancient Chinese kingdom by an old library book, The Universe of the Four Gods. Following the legend in the book, Miaka becomes the Priestess of Suzaku and must find her seven celestial warriors before she can save the kingdom and return home.Read the shojo manga that started it all!

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Fifteen-year-old Miaka Yuki is transported into an ancient Chinese kingdom by an old library book, The Universe of the Four Gods. Following the legend in the book, Miaka becomes the Priestess of Suzaku and must find her seven celestial warriors before she can save the kingdom and return home.Read the shojo manga that started it all! Fushigi Yugi, the bestselling series from beloved creator Yuu Watase is now available in a VIZBIG Edition—three of the original graphic novel releases collected into one volume, including color artwork and new bonus content!

An embittered Yui has sworn revenge on Miaka, believing that her best friend had no intention of rescuing her from the Qu-Dong empire. Now Yui has become the Priestess of Seiryu, the enemy of the Hong-Nan empire, and a rival for Tamahome's affections! Tamahome leaves Miaka to travel to Qu-Dong in an attempt to stop a war between the two territories from breaking out, and Hotohori starts to woo Miaka in his absence. Laden with Hotohori's gold and a big appetite, Miaka embarks on a journey to find the remaining three Celestial Warriors, who will help her in her quest to save the Hong-Nan empire and return home. But her search leads her into a lair of bandits and to a plague-cursed town where she has to die to survive!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421523002
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
06/16/2009
Series:
Fushigi Yugi Series, #2
Edition description:
VIZBIG Edition (Books 4-6)
Pages:
600
Sales rank:
354,075
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.60(h) x 1.60(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

Meet the Author

A manga artist for over ten years, Watase's debut came in 1989 at the age of 18 when her short story PAJAMA DE OJAMA (An Intrusion in Pajamas) appeared in the monthly Shôjo Comic manga anthology. Since then she has written and drawn some 50 volumes worth of different short stories and long-running manga series, including the fantastically popular FUSHIGI YÛGI, also available in English from VIZ Media. Her works have provided the basis for two television series, an OVA series, anime soundtrack CDs, and a string of novels.

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Fushigi Yugi, Volume 2 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
librachic More than 1 year ago
I have always enjoyed this series so when this special edition came out and with the absolutely gorgeous and romantic looking cover i was sold,the storyline continues Miaka has to find the remaining celestial warriors but there are troubles in her way as in Tamahome leaving to protect her and Hong Nan,Hoto hori,Nuriko and her being abducted by bandits but they do find the next warrior Tasuki,In Seiryu,Yui is happy that Tamahome has arrived,Nakago gives him a potion that makes him forget everything and become a senseless robot,he even attacks Miaka much to her shock.But Miaka is able to return Tamahome to his original self with only her love for him,they find Mitsukake and "Chiriko",actually "Chiriko" is Amboshi a Seiryu warrior,Miaka tries to summon Suzaku but instead Tai Yi-Jun appears and tells her she has failed,Miaka is frustrated that she has failed everyone and that everyone's sacrifices was for nothing,Tai Yi-Jun sees that Miaka has matured and tells her that there is another way to summon Suzaku by going to the northern Genbu country and finding the Shentso Pao treasure but the journey will be difficult,Miaka is determined to do it.Great storyline with lots of laughs,romance,action and emotions.This manga is a treat!
athrunxcagalli More than 1 year ago
For me,I would say FY has to be one of the most unforgettable manga ever made. (Figures cuz it was my first anime) The story is pretty good. Since Miaka and Yui are pitted against each other (with mostly Yui doing the hating) because of their countries and Tamahome. Though what I get annoyed is that Miaka only focuses too much on Tamahome. I mean look at Hotohori for goodness sakes! No wonder Yui wants her and him apart. Despite the often annoying female lead, the story is still pretty good along with it's art. It's so nostalgic to look at it. XD