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Magic Knight Rayearth II, Boxed Set by CLAMP

Since I’m already very familiar with the second series of “Rayearth”, I’m just going to be covering the differences between this rerelease and the original US release from Tokyopop in the 90?s.

To be honest, I never did figure out why CLAMP did another installment of “Rayearth” when the first ending felt so complete. It wasn’t really an “unresolved war”, even though both the anime and manga series said so in the second installment. Perhaps that’s just a difference of opinion, but regardless, this second series of “Rayearth” was produced and I devoured it as a teenager. It’s not my favorite CLAMP work, this second “Rayearth” installment, but it’s still very enjoyable. However, Dark Horse has done yet another fantastic job with another CLAMP series, and I salute them.

Tokyopop also had this title and it was also one of their first translations done after “Sailor Moon” and the first “Rayearth” trilogy, so it’s really nice to see a new translation along with a nice, fresh digital freshening up of the original drawings that make up this story. It’s also wonderful because there’s no “translatese” (awkward English when it’s obvious the editor or the translator couldn’t find an equivalent in English) and it makes the original story so much easier to understand.

Also, it’s a lot cheaper than the original prices – three volumes in one for only $20 USD. When Tokyopop released the original volumes I think they were something like 9.99-11.99 USD each, and the end product was pretty crappy. Even though this second Rayearth installment isn’t one of my favorite CLAMP works, I just remember as a teenager feeling really pissed off after spending my well-earned allowance on what felt like a rush job. At the time, I couldn’t speak Japanese, but asking friends who could speak Japanese and after doing my research online, as well as actually reading the translated text, it just felt all wrong. Dark Horse makes the old new again in all of its glory.

So, even though this isn’t my favorite CLAMP story (though I still adore the first series), I still consider it worth reading, especially if you’re still getting started in the mahou shoujo genre. It’s a classic, and I’m glad that Dark Horse finally gave it the release it so badly deserved for all of these years. “Magic Knight Rayearth: Omnibus II” is out April 11, 2012 in North America from Dark Horse, who has my heart forever. Be sure to check it out then and if you’re able, see if you can find some comparisons between the original Tokyopop translation and this one. I think the difference will startle and amuse you. Either way, it definitely deserves a read.

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While on a school field trip to the Tokyo Tower, the three girls' minds are on anything but different worlds filled with magic and wonder. That is, until Princess Emeraude, the Pillar of Cephiro, cries out for the Magic Knights to save her world--and that just happens to be those three! Though largely against their will, the girls must learn to control the magic they suddenly possess, drive back the monsters that plague the land, revive the Rune Gods that have been sealed away, and then fight against the High Priest Zagato, who has kidnapped Princess Emeraude. It's the only way they can return home, for willpower influences Cephiro, and it is the Princess's will that the three girls become the Magic Knights of legend, and save her planet! I have been looking forward to this since it was announced for a Bluray release. I own the DVD set and loved the series can wait to watch again with vibrant colors and seeing how Discotek did on this bluray. The show is a classic and worth the buy.

Appearing as a serial in the manga magazine Nakayoshi from the November issue to the February issue, the chapters of Magic Knight Rayearth were collected into three bound volumes by Kodansha , and were published from July to March A sequel was serialized in the same manga magazine from the March issue to the April issue, and was published by Kodansha in three bound volumes from to July to April The series follows three eighth-grade girls who find themselves transported from modern-day Japan into a magical world, where they are tasked with rescuing a princess. Rayearth combines elements from the magical girl and mecha anime genres with parallel world fantasy. The manga was adapted into two anime series in and an original video animation OVA in While on a field trip to the Tokyo Tower with their respective schools, the girls find themselves drawn into another world, Cephiro.

While on a school field trip to the Tokyo Tower, the three girls' minds are on anything but different worlds filled with magic and wonder. That is, until Princess Emeraude, the Pillar of Cephiro, cries out for the Magic Knights to save her world--and that just happens to be those three! Though largely against their will, the girls must learn to control the magic they suddenly possess, drive back the monsters that plague the land, revive the Rune Gods that have been sealed away, and then fight against the High Priest Zagato, who has kidnapped Princess Emeraude. It's the only way they can return home, for willpower influences Cephiro, and it is the Princess's will that the three girls become the Magic Knights of legend, and save her planet! Skip to main content. This item is out of stock. Picture Information Free postage.

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In Stock. While on a school field trip to the Tokyo Tower, the three girls' minds are on anything but different worlds filled with magic and wonder. That is, until Princess Emeraude, the Pillar of Cephiro, cries out for the Magic Knights to save her world--and that just happens to be those three! Though largely against their will, the girls must learn to control the magic they suddenly possess, drive back the monsters that plague the land, revive the Rune Gods that have been sealed away, and then fight against the High Priest Zagato, who has kidnapped Princess Emeraude. It's the only way they can return home, for willpower influences Cephiro, and it is the Princess's will that the three girls become the Magic Knights of legend, and save her planet! I had previously owned this anime in the past, but I am now very happy to see it re-released. Don't watch this or read the manga on which it is based if you want an easy "magic conquers all" story.

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