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Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Vol. 27 Paperback – July 27, 2010

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Del Rey (July 27, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0345520718
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345520715
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #618,661 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Clamp, stylized as CLAMP, is an all-female Japanese manga artist group that formed in the mid 1980s. Many of the group's manga series are often adapted into anime after release. It consists of their leader Nanase Ohkawa, who provides much of the storyline and screenplay for all their works and adaptations of those works respectively, and three artists whose roles shift for each series: Mokona, Tsubaki Nekoi, and Satsuki Igarashi. Almost 100 million Clamp tankōbon copies have been sold worldwide as of October 2007.

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Now when you get this book, don't think that they edited out any chapters, they did not, just 3 chapter title pages were omitted, NOT the actual chapters. Del Rey explains why at the end of the book in the Translation Notes. Now onto the review....
So we start off where volume 26 left off, when C!Syaoran says sorry for all he had done and sadly dies and disappears as shattered pieces. The blue eye which he had devoured in Acid Tokyo returns to Fai, and Fai realizes that he probably kept using it so he could return him to his original state, however, Fai wishes he had just returned to them instead. And now they are in Fei Wang's dimension, and they find out a SHOCKING TRUTH about the Kingdom of Clow! (If you read the preview in volume 26, then this is not a spoiler....)

Before it was the kingdom of Clow, it was.....ACID TOKYO!!!! The ruins of Clow was the water reservoir which the princess had left her feather behind! So then an epic battle breaks out, and then we find out something shocking about Yuuko! Also, remember the first scene of Tsubasa when Syaoran and Sakura were in that tube? Well, in this volume, the mystery of that scene will be revealed!! Go buy this volume, it's amazingly epic with alot of twists! And the way it ends only makes you more impatient for volume 28. Can you believe it's almost over?
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By Kellyannl on July 27, 2010
Format: Paperback
This volume of Tsubasa begins, as we may have suspected, with the gentle rain of mercy finally falling on Fai as the Syaoran clone does right by him and both we and the Tsubasa gang are relieved of the lousy prospect of Kurogane having to endure feedings into old age and the even more upsetting possibility of the horrible death Fai would have faced had Kurogane predeceased him. It is not a moment of joy, however, and in a comment that says alot about how big his heart is Fai admits that he would happily have endured his vampirism running it's course if it had meant he could have his boy back again.

It's a sentiment that Kurogane echoes, but they have little time to grieve with Fei Wang on the loose and Sakura still in jeopardy - and sure enough monumental trouble looms again even with Fai back in play as a magician, albeit still permanently half-powered. But in her moments between worlds, the events which have occurred in xxxHOLiC catching up to Tsubasa, Yuko can now finally come into play freed of her neutrality clause - and she sets loose an ace in the hole even more potent than the Holic boys.

I suspect that this is going to be a very divisive volume, with half the fandom absolutely thrilled with what goes down and the other half irritated.
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By Madeline on December 12, 2013
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If you're a Clamp fan ten Tsubasa is one of the books you'll most likely enjoy reading. It has a lot of crossovers with all there other works and characters and alternate universes to which they exist in. It's pretty cool. Would recommend to Clamp fans and anime/manga fans.
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By E. Mesa on September 30, 2014
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The story, nearing it's conclusion, gets more exciting and complicated at the same time, but at last we get to see what Fey Wang wants to do and we see everyone's involvement in the story.

It's a good read and doesn't disappoint.
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