Umineko WHEN THEY CRY Episode 2: Turn of the Golden Witch, Vol. 1

Umineko WHEN THEY CRY Episode Turn of the Golden Witch Vol With help from the witch Beatrice Shannon has enjoyed a budding romance with George Ushiromiya her master s eldest grandson As a servant of the Ushiromiya estate Shannon is little than furniture b

  • Title: Umineko WHEN THEY CRY Episode 2: Turn of the Golden Witch, Vol. 1
  • Author: Ryukishi07 Jiro Suzuki
  • ISBN: 9780316229517
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • With help from the witch Beatrice, Shannon has enjoyed a budding romance with George Ushiromiya, her master s eldest grandson As a servant of the Ushiromiya estate, Shannon is little than furniture, but since her bargain with Beatrice, Shannon has never felt happieror human Her brother and fellow servant, Kanon, is troubled by his sister s reliance on the wiWith help from the witch Beatrice, Shannon has enjoyed a budding romance with George Ushiromiya, her master s eldest grandson As a servant of the Ushiromiya estate, Shannon is little than furniture, but since her bargain with Beatrice, Shannon has never felt happieror human Her brother and fellow servant, Kanon, is troubled by his sister s reliance on the with to reach beyond her lowly status But when love begins to flutter in Kanon s heart, will he be tempted to abandon his station and take the witch s hand as well

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    One thought on “Umineko WHEN THEY CRY Episode 2: Turn of the Golden Witch, Vol. 1”

    1. Rereading this series makes me wonder how any sane person came up with the idea for this. And if I'm okay reading something so disturbing. But its soooo good so I'll continue my reread.

    2. Time is rewound to before the events of Episode One. The hysterics and shocking tale are replaced with a seemingly more meaningful tale of love, and what it is to be human. Strong, twisted emotions still receive the same dramatic art, but these few instances are used as effective peaks, rather than creating a constant tension like before. Characters that were relatively minor, now get the chance to tell their story. Beatrice-sama's part in particular increases, showing a new level to the meaning [...]

    3. And so it begins again. I had low expectations for this volume going in. I wasn't incredibly impressed by the art style at first glance (In truth, I still think it's kind of ugly), and more to the point, When They Cry arcs almost always start slow. They do that for a very good reason - to flesh out the characters so that you can grow attached to them even as things begin to get more disturbing, but it still usually makes for an early slog. But this volume was very well written so that the slower [...]

    4. So opinion of this series has changed pretty dramatically from when I read the first volume (as you can see from the difference in rating). This is not really a murder mystery story, in my opinion; it's more of a supernatural, lots of blood and gore, what the hell is going on, let's pose and make dramatic statements every couple of pages, kind of story. The "locked room" mysteries were just silly; I'm sure there were other, more creative ways the witch could have murdered people so that the only [...]

    5. At first I thought the 2nd chapter in the Umineko series would be like the answer arcs of the Higurashi series but instead it seems that of the many powers the Golden witch Beatrice processes that restarting a day to change things as she sees fit is among them leading to scenarios that have made the first chapter obsolete save for the conflict left from a character in the first chapter and the witch *Want to know you? You'll have to read or look it up.*All in all the first book in this chapter w [...]

    6. So we have the time loop, and the murders have begun anew.The battle of wits is on. Can Battler continue to deny the existence of witches while battling one for his very family's lives?The simple answer is, "not yet," not with the number of episodes ahead. I've seen the anime, so I pretty much know where it all goes for a while yet. Unlike episode one and the anime up to this point, this episode takes its time getting to the island. It gives us the events prior to the island, fleshing out some b [...]

    7. Turn es uno de los capítulos que más me aburren de Umineko en general, pero el manga tiene un ritmo más rápido que lo hace bastante aceptable. Es una primera mitad que definitivamente engancha bien. Sobre la edición, continuamos con el modus operandi de Yen, a quienes hay que agradecer esos lomos que tienen la numeración completa arriba, y la particular del episodio abajo, lo que hace que queden muy bien en la estantería.

    8. With the game between Beatrice and Battler reset, the events on Rokkenjima become increasingly fantastical in an effort to force Battler's hand. We get a better look at a few more characters in this playthrough - specifically Jessica, Shannon, Kanon, and Rosa. This time (between volume 1 and 2) we're treated to surprising new characters before round 3 begins.

    9. This was another awesome volume in this series. I really loved it. Especially the Touhou reference/cosplay and the Silver Forest Tsurupettan song. \o/ Maria was -once again- very creepy and scary. But also quite awesome, and btw anyone would snap like that with a mother as she has.

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