Psyren Flame Reads R to L Japanese Style for audiences rated teen Ageha Yoshina just got transported to a warped alternate dimension where you ve got to fight your way back to our world or die trying FlameThe se

  • Title: Psyren #06: Flame
  • Author: Toshiaki Iwashiro
  • ISBN: 9781421536811
  • Page: 240
  • Format: paperback
  • Reads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences rated teen Ageha Yoshina just got transported to a warped alternate dimension where you ve got to fight your way back to our world or die trying.FlameThe secrets of Psyren are nothing right now compared to going up against a team of Psionists who ve been using their power to steal from the Yakuza Thankfully, Ageha s got the poReads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences rated teen Ageha Yoshina just got transported to a warped alternate dimension where you ve got to fight your way back to our world or die trying.FlameThe secrets of Psyren are nothing right now compared to going up against a team of Psionists who ve been using their power to steal from the Yakuza Thankfully, Ageha s got the powerful kids from the El Wood orphanage to help him But they are just children Will their help be enough

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    361 thoughts on “Psyren #06: Flame”

    1. Listen I wanted to like Psyren, I really did. I was really taken in by its setting made more interesting by the mystery. But I’m starting to think that the shonen market is all about the vending machine effect, where what’s predictable sells. This made me a little sad because the author had a lot to say about books he reads and I wanted to give him the benefit of the doubt that he has the taste to pull off a good story. Yet though either the pressure of his publisher or overabundance of char [...]


    2. Psyren takes place a carefully constructed world and its overarching plot continually builds chapter by chapter. Don't start here - it really must be read from the beginning.Ripples of the Drifters' actions begin to spread through Psyren and Ageha struggles with being unable to share important knowledge with those her cares about. But the here and now suddenly become of much greater concern when one of Ageha's "teachers" gets ambushed while trying to track down a group of Psionists stealing from [...]


    3. I'm loving this series!Star Commander #1 wants Ageha as a sidekick for nailing Dolkey. Now on the star commander's radar, Shiner tracks them to a bunch of old era wreckage but they "evaporate." I loved Matsuri's warning to Hirayu to watch Ageha and Oboro like a hawk - they lack fear and feels its very dangerous. (Her and Hirayu overcome their fears little by little making them stronger.)The kids were in this volume a lot so I really loved it. There were some crazy cool frames in this volume too. [...]


    4. Another solid issue, with the bonus appearance of the kids (yeah, I know, looking forward to kid characters in a manga? Never thought I'd see the day).We not only get a bit more of an explanation about what Psyren actually is and why it exists, but we also step away from the whole Psyren thing for a little while. Kagetora asks for our main character's help in hunting down a few psionists (that he's asking for help may be a sign in and of itself of what he thinks he's in for).Ageha says no, but h [...]


    5. Kagetora is kidnapped and its up to Yoshina and the kids to battle the three psiionic users that have kidnapped them- but the leader behind it seems to have more to him then meets the eye.Why: This will help us learn more about why the world will end- because it seems the leader has a connection to itReaction: I cant believe these little kids have such strong powers, which is shown throughout the book. It also makes me anxious to learn more about the future


    6. While not as strong as the other volumes this still has some redeeming qualities. The idea of children having to fight for there lives in this world of Psyren is very similar of the X-Men. I mean they even have there own mutant powers here. Sadly it is still not executed as well as it could be with nothing but action in every panel and layered with some pretty terrible and cliche villians


    7. This volume marks an interesting change from the previous ones, as the plot takes place wholly in the present. However, it looks like this was done as a way to begin to show the origins of W.I.S.E. and potentially foreshadow some aspects of the future world and/or the apocalypse that creates it.


    8. Entertaining. Idk what else to say though. It was cool getting to see the kids have a chance to show off their skills. 3.5 stars


    9. The kids in action! A little sloppy but everyone made a good team in the battle except it’s obvious that something is amiss. Hopefully Volume 7 will reveal what’s missing.


    10. This book was very cool because of the way the bad guy acts and the new psionic powers they are introducing and the teacher being kidnapped.



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