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eBook Anne Freaks Volume 2 (v. 2) ePub

by Yua Kotegawa

  • ISBN: 1413903355
  • Category: Manga
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Yua Kotegawa
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: ADV Manga (June 27, 2006)
  • Pages: 200
  • ePub book: 1954 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1170 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 573

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Meet Anne Freaks, a bright, attractive teenage girl normal in every way - except that she's on a mission to kill her .

Meet Anne Freaks, a bright, attractive teenage girl normal in every way - except that she's on a mission to kill her father, the leader of the dangerous extremist cult: the Kakusei Group. Anne Freaks Chapter Navigation: Prev Chapter: Anne Freaks Vo. Chapter 20: Anna II. Next Chapter: Anne Freaks Vo. Chapter 22: Anna IV.

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Anne Freaks: Volume 2 (Paperback). Published June 27th 2006 by ADV Manga. Paperback, 190 pages. Author(s): Yua Kotegawa. ISBN: 1413903355 (ISBN13: 9781413903355). Anne Freaks 02 (Paperback). Published October 2005 by Carlsen Manga. Paperback, 196 pages. ISBN13: 9783551782120.

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The truth of Yuri and Mitsuba's past comes to light, revealing a connection to the terrorist group they could never have imagined. The truth of Yuri and Mitsuba's past comes to light, revealing a connection to the terrorist group they could never have imagined. With the help of a rogue agent within the Public Safety Commission, they will leave Ana and infiltrate the group.

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Anne Freaks Anne Freaks - Volume 2 released by Kadokawa Shoten on September 1, 2001. Yua Kotegawa artist, cover, writer. Short summary describing this issue.

The truth of Yuri and Mitsuba's past comes to light, revealing a connection to the terrorist group they could never have imagined. With the help of a rogue agent within the Public Safety Commission, they will leave Ana and infiltrate the group. But can their new ally be trusted, or does she have a hidden agenda of her own?

Comments

jorik jorik
I really don't have much to add. If you look back at my evaluation of the first book in this series, my feeling is pretty much the same about this one. There are things I like--the characters, the art. The story is fairly engaging. On the other hand, there is still that vagueness of plot and the teenager-wanting-to-be-adult feel to the whole thing.

Still, I've been glad to get my feet wet in this kind of literature and I will probably keep pushing on to see how the story turns out (if it doesn't keep going on endlessly).
Adoraris Adoraris
I was a bit disappointed after reading this. If you read through the first three Anne Freaks books, you know that Yuri wasn't exactly a killer, and that Anna seemed to have some potential to be good, however you learn that they are both murderous jerks after reading this. They go on a rampage and just kill whoever toward the end. They also just left a couple of unanswered questions such as Mitsuba's fate. I recommend getting this if you liked the first three, but I think they should have had 5 volumes, and made a more satisfying end.
Golkree Golkree
Great series
Ces Ces
Great series
Darkshaper Darkshaper
The authorities are on the trail of Anna, Yuri, and Mitsuba, but different factions in the police force seem to have different agendas when it comes to capturing the three kids. Inspector Nishikama of Public Safety Commission enlists the aid of Juvenile Division Officer named Sgt. Shono to protect the three fugitives while keeping herself from getting killed. We already knew that Anna is the daughter of Kakusei's leader, Yuri and Mitsuba are also the sons of the terrorist organization's elite. Yuri and Mitsuba are beginning to tire of Anna's bloody way of doing business and are looking for alternatives to killing everyone in their way. Enter a mysterious priest, Reverend Kunita, who once was a member of Kakusei and offers a second choice on how to destroy it.

Volume 2 of Anne Freaks was very enjoyable. We get a little more background on the characters, especially what the Kakusei group is and what its origins are. I also really like the characters, especially Shono, because she's so well-rounded, if naive, because she figures no matter what Anna and the others have done, they are still just kids, and can be saved from a murderous future. She could be right. Yuri is still seeing visions of his mother's ghost in scenes which are as creepy as any horror movie. Compared to the first volume, 2 is lighter in mood and even has bits of comedy along with some mindless murder. Anna is showing a bit more of herself as well, and shows she can be reached, even though her emotional state is usually set at sub-arctic. The only complaint I have about the book is most of the male characters look the same and it takes a while to differentiate them. The manga-ka should have spent more time on their design. All in all though, this is a really great book.

I would also recommend the anime Noir and Elfen Lied.
Malaunitly Malaunitly
Chilling, nasty, elegant, and an insoluble riddle.

A manga with deeper roots in Japan than in the West, "Anne Freaks" tells the story of several children who have escaped (barely) from a religious cult and have sworn vengeance against the cult killers who slaughtered off their parents. The cult itself resembles Aum Shinrikyo, which launched the Sarin gas attack on Tokyo in 1995, and will mean more if one remembers what Aum Shinrikyo was like. The heroine, Anne Todo, is now 16 and is one of the children whose parents were killed. Anne has made contact with several of the other surviving children, and they together all launch a murderous series of attacks on the cult, opposed not only by the cult itself, but also by the police.

The quite chilling story centers on three women, each representing a different face of society and of femaleness. One is Anne herself, beautiful and dedicated solely to revenge; another is Inspector Nishikama, the woman police officer dedicated to eradicating the cult including Anne and her friends; and the third, Sergeant Shono, who believes that the children of the cult are victims who need to be saved by society. The three visions - and obsessions - are completely incompatible.

Therein lies the insoluble riddle: who is right? And why? What is justice? Is it Anne's personal desire, understandable indeed, for revenge? Does justice live in the forces of society itself, personified by Inspector Nishikama, who will do anything to obliterate an anti-social cult and its children? Or is justice embodied in Sergeant Shono's hope that these children can be saved and thereby be returned to society as normal members of a good world? When Yuri, a young man and another survivor of the cult, falls in love with Anne, where do his loyalties reside? Where *should* they reside?

The chillingly nasty story-telling is impeccable. I certainly won't tell you how it ends, except to say that perhaps
it's the only ending possible. The result is that "Anne Freaks" is a first-rate exploration of obsession and justice. Highly recommended.