Psyren Vol Reads R to L Japanese Style for audiences T 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 Melzez s Door Ageha

  • Title: Psyren, Vol. 4
  • Author: Toshiaki Iwashiro
  • ISBN: 9781421536798
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences T 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 Melzez s Door Ageha s fully aware of how little he understands his newfound abilities But when a mysterious millionaire introduces him to a group of Psionist kids who also have powers, his tReads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences T 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 Melzez s Door Ageha s fully aware of how little he understands his newfound abilities But when a mysterious millionaire introduces him to a group of Psionist kids who also have powers, his training ramps up and his confidence grows Has he learned enough to survive A glimpse into the dark future has him not so sure.

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    127 thoughts on “Psyren, Vol. 4”

    1. I read this manga far too quickly, but I still really enjoyed it. Having introduced the characters and described their backgrounds fairly well, this fourth volume shows some very good character development.



    2. This book is about some random people who go to the future, gain psychic powers, and need to save the world all against their will initially.



    3. 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 [...]


    4. 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.After a close, emotional escape from Psyren Ageha and friends continue their training by focusing on developing the second type of Psi, enhance. For Ageha's own, nearly uncontrollable destructive power he'll need even more guidance than Matsuri's native Psi-weilding friends, and seizes an unexpected opportunity after the mys [...]


    5. After struggling with the use of his psionic powers Ageha finally learns to control them. Ageha visits the home of a millionaire who can see into the future. She has devoted her life to finding children with psionic abilities and teaching them to use their powers for good. Psyren is actually the future of Japan, so the only way to stop it from happening is to find out what caused it. After looking through some papers in Kirisaki's uncles house, we discover that an organization called W.I.S.E may [...]


    6. En este cuarto volúmen se introducen varios personajes nuevos que al parecer serán personajes importantes en el futuro de la historia. Está la anciana Elmore y sus pequeños alumnos Frederica, Marie, Shao, Van y Kyle que, a pesar de su corta edad son expertos en Psi.Tambien es introducido Kagetora Sensei quien se encargó de entrenar a Ageha y Hiryu en lo que respecta al Rise.Es tiempo de una nueva visita a Psyren, y esta vez el objetivo primordial es reunir información acerca de ese futuro. [...]


    7. There were some aspects of this book that, as I was reading it, I thought "I'll have to mention this in the review." This, like the second one, has a lot of training in it but it seems to drag less here. We get out main character working to control his power, and finding a unique way to focus himself. One of the new additions to the group has a plan totally separate from just surviving. We even learn that there are people with psionist powers who aren't affiliated with the whole psyren thing. Bu [...]


    8. *Mild Spoilers*Probably my favorite volume to date. I really enjoyed meeting Elmore Tenjuin's pupils and kid psyonists. Ageha sees the potential of applying principles they've already mastere to mastering his own black psi powers. Shao was my favorite of the kids, a Chinese boy who is rational and does the most to help Ageha. I also loved Kyle who see Ageha as a big brother to play with. Also the contrast of Frederica to Mari was stellar.Also love Matsuri's friends who had both asked her to marr [...]



    9. In this volume, Ageha gets some more training - and manages not to make a complete jerk of himself while doing it! The reveal in Psyren at the end was pretty crazy, though. I was really glad I had the next volume with me so that I could find out what was happening!




    10. My favorite of the kids are Shao and Van. The main plot line really begins in this volume and the story is beginning to build.




    11. Always prefer the Psyren volumes primarily set in the current world. On my edition, this volume is called 'Melzez Door'.


    12. This is beyond wonderful. I can't stop reading these. The characters are so vivid and awesome. I cant wait to read more.



    13. Volume 4 introduced the children as well as furthering the information known about the future. A lot of information was revealed in this volume and not a lot of it was for the faint of heart.


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