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Book Title: D.N.Angel, Vol. 3|
The author of the book: Yukiru Sugisaki
Date of issue: 2010
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 482 KB
Read full description of the books D.N.Angel, Vol. 3:The first book does a pretty poor job of introducing the characters, and only and OK job of setting the plot in motion.
+ Two identical teenage girls are described as "really different" from each other but we see very little of them, and from what we do see they share at least one common quality: they are both snobby.
+ A teenage boy has a 'rare genetic condition' that makes him "transform" into a Icon of Masculine Sexiness and Awesome when ever he experiences "romantic feelings" for his special girl.
+ Once he transforms into this "Icon of Masculine Sexiness and Awesome" all he does is...steal stuff. (??????) The link between the artwork and the 'genetic condition' seems to be important, especially since many of the artifacts that are stolen have a life of their own...but the story doesn't really explore that, and the protagonist really isn't one for asking a lot of questions...darn you Daisuke!
Even as an adult, I found the first transformation scene really awkward. They kind of have this psychdelic quality, the boy doesn't quite understand what's happening and all I kept thinking of was:
"What is this? Is he having an orgasm? This is really awkward, I don't know if I should keep reading this."
(Which is, I suppose, exactly what is going on...but they never let it get explicit.)
Fortunately the plot and characterization get fleshed out in subsequent books in the series. The story remains pretty clean...at least teen-friendly...with the focus of the plot being romantic love not sex.
I appreciate this series as an analogy for the transformation of adolescence and the ups and downs of teen romance. I'm only on book six, but I would like to see the mythology of the story developed further.
And another thing...
+ The family dynamic (which gets more important as the books progress) is not explained clearly. I didn't understand that Daisuke "inherited" Dark from his mom (Not his dad). The grandpa, who was Dark's former host, is the mom's father...and that his dad took his wife's last name.
That is a complicated family situation that should have been explained more clearly! It makes her part in the story so much more interesting.
It's got to suck for her! Growing up with this family legacy of awesome and hearing your dad's stories and never being able to fulfill it except vicariously through having a son. No wonder she's such a fanatic!
Read information about the authorYukiru Sugisaki (杉崎 ゆきる in Japanese) is a Japanese manga artist. Her hobbies are dramas, video games, and "collecting rabbit things".
Sugisaki's face is rarely seen, as she prefers to draw herself with a rabbit face or mask in her manga profile images. She also seems to have developed a trait of leaving her series unfinished before moving on to different projects (Notably D.N.Angel, which has seen multiple month-long droughts between chapters. She has just recently done many Lagoon Engine installments, including the Japanese release of volume 7.
Previous to that, she completed a small series entitled Eden, which had its debut in the October 2006 issue of Shōnen Ace, and finished in February 2007. It saw a departure of sorts from Sugisaki's previous series, with a darker, sci-fi noir theme and older protagonists.
Currently, she is reviving D.N.Angel with new chapters every month.
She made her debut in "Asuka Magazine" with "Namaiki no N". Her other works include "D.N.Angel (13 volumes, unfinished) ", "Rizelmine (1 volume, finished)", "Lagoon Engine (7 volumes, unfinished)", and "Lagoon Engine Einsatz (1 volume, unfinished)". Her "D.N.Angel" manga and "Rizelmine" manga have also been adapted into anime series. Because the D.N.Angel manga was incomplete at the time, the anime has many differences to the original manga, most notably the ending.
Sugisaki is also the artist of the "BrainPowerd" and "The Candidate for Goddess" manga, both of which have been turned into an anime. Her "Neutral" artbook contains artwork from "D.N.Angel", "BrainPowerd", and "The Candidate for Goddess". Her second artbook, [FEDER:] (which is no longer available for purchase), contains newer artwork solely from D.N.Angel. She has also penned the well-known "Sotsugyo M", and created doujinshi for series such as "Tenkuu no Escaflowne", Neon Genesis Evangelion, Lets&Go , and King of Fighters.
Most of her works feature young, cute main characters and elements of Yaoi, though not considered Yaoi.
Her current project is D.N.Angel, which has finally begun serializing in Monthly Asuka again.
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