After defying and wounding the King of Kronzel, the party decides to flee from Kronzel despite Veloce's poor state of health. Refuge is close by in the neigbouring country of Arenscura; Keritzel and Weirin's resources seem to ensure a smooth escape as well. However, will that be enough to outrace the forces of the King, Blackbird and the mysterious spiritual illness that iAfter defying and wounding the King of Kronzel, the party decides to flee from Kronzel despite Veloce's poor state of health. Refuge is close by in the neigbouring country of Arenscura; Keritzel and Weirin's resources seem to ensure a smooth escape as well. However, will that be enough to outrace the forces of the King, Blackbird and the mysterious spiritual illness that is swiftly taking over Veloce?...
|Title||:||carciphona volume 2|
|Number of Pages||:||162 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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carciphona volume 2 Reviews
Since I've read ahead, I'll do my best to focus this review solely on this volume alone.Things are progressing with the story as our heroes travel from one country to another, only to encounter a whole other mess to deal with.As with the first volume, the artwork is spectacular, and it's only getting better with time. It seems like Shilin found even more ways to add in more detail and attention for each panel. It's beautiful to look at!As far as the writing goes, there are certainly improvements from the first volume. Info dumps, action, humor, and other bits are much more balanced and better paced than before. The humor especially fits much better and feels more in line with the characters. It's great to see the interactions between each of them and how they work off one another.A few things are a bit hard to follow in terms of the world building. But then again, I'm not an avid fantasy reader, so it could just be something I'm not used to. Some of the action sequences take me a few hard looks to get a good guess on what's happening as well.Nevertheless, it's been an enjoyable read. Some questions are answered, more questions come up. The pacing works rather well. I'm eager to reread the next volume :)
Amazing as always. This comic just makes me feel so warm and fuzzy on the inside. Best manga-style webcomic I've read. According to TopWebcomics, a lot of people feel the same way. Top ten, anybody?
Quick thoughts: This comic is building nicely off of the foundations laid in volume 1. Several new characters and side plots appear and the main cast is developed well. The art is a bit hard to follow when the action picks up but overall is beautiful.
An amazing continuation of the first. I commend a five star review for this.