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Trigun maximum tome 12
Trigun maximum tome 12
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Avec le début de son mandat de sous-préfet, Munakata commence enfin à mettre en place des actions pour l'indépendance du sud, dans le but avoué d'en faire un état libre. C'est alors qu'il fait la connaissance de Charles Zola, chef de la commission d'enquête de l'ONU. Mais un groupe de rebelles souhaitent le faire assassiner. De son coté, Gen'ichiro qui a assisté à la prise d'otages d'Eri est sollicité par les rebelles afin qu'il les aide à tuer Munakata. Les deux hommes se rencontrent et Gen'ichiro demande à Munakata de faire un choix...
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"Thrilling, poetic... and slow." by V. Krï¿¿tke (Netherlands) on May 3, 2007
Volume twelve of Trigun Maximum is, like previous volumes, packed with gorgeous art and powerful emtional moments. I just wish the series would speed things up a bit. In this volume, Vash and Knives' confrontation kicks off good and proper, but Nightow sure takes his sweet time with it. Throughout the book's 230-something pages, there are several moments where nothing really happens for a good few pages. Early on, everything grinds to a halt when Vash thinks back on the events leading up to the coming battle for a handful of dialogue-free pages. Furthermore, the manga will eat up one or even two entire pages for a dramatic view of a sunset or a close-up of a character's reaction. Several times in a row. This sort of thing works to heighten dramatic tension if it's used sparingly, but if it keeps happening every few pages, it gets pretty tiresome. It makes this volume feel a lot shorter than it is, as if Nightow's deliberately stretching things out for maximum impact instead of telling us everything he should.
I can still recommend this volume of Trigun Maximum on the strength of the art alone. This is some of the finest black-and-white comic art around. It's detailed, expressive and features some truly gorgeous sci-fi creations. And what limited forward momentum the plot gains in this volume is mighty interesting. I especially enjoyed an aside about Legato's past (yup, he's still around) at the end of the volume. I'm looking forward to more of Trigun Maximum, but I hope further volumes won't drip-feed the story to us quite so sparsely.