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- Publisher: VIZ Media: Shonen Sunday (August 12, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 12, 2014
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- Language: English
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Alibaba finally confronts the King of Balbadd and proposes a new path forward for the city. However Cassim shows up with his Fog Troops and violently objects to the path Alibaba has chosen. In the ensuing battle Cassim reveals some dark new powers. A larger plot of evil and darkness is also revealed. Aladdin remains unconscious, but learns some interesting things in his dreams.
The most action packed and well done volume in this series yet. The story really moves forward quite a bit in this installment and there is a lot of new background. I also really enjoyed the introduction of a larger story. The story developing here is more epic in scope than I originally thought it would be and we are introduced to Dark Magi.
This series is really picking up speed and I am really enjoying it. I love Alibaba’s character and continue to enjoy Sinbad as well. Alibaba is really the featured character in this installment. We see a lot more of his character and who he has grown into. We also see quite a bit of Cassim.
Aladdin and Sinbad are in the story some. Aladdin has some dream sequences he features in. Sinbad doesn’t really come back until the end of the story. Additionally there is some truly awesome fighting by Morgiana.
The illustration continues to be very well done.
Overall the best installment in this series yet, I really enjoyed it. Lots of excellent action scenes and a lot more background on Alibaba and Aladdin. The story is expanded on quite a bit as well. I would recommend to those who love action packed fantasy manga.
Cassim was one of those characters that you were expecting to hate, but while I do, I also am finding it really hard to because it is obvious how much he means to Alibaba. They were like brothers, ad now we realize he hasn't told Alibaba of one of his aspirations, and this just might sever their bond.
I love how Magi has this a world that is vast and exciting, rich in political intrigue, complex characters, hilarious comedy thrown in at the right moments, and enough tension to propel the story. And I am so impressed with how I never get mad at the characters. I love all of them! And I hate the ones we are supposed to hate. I don't want to spoil this volume because it has ties to the previous one that would ruin it if you hadn't read it, but what I can say, is that if you have read any of the previous volumes, Magi only gets better.
Every character is unique, the female characters are awesome and just as powerful as the males, and the art is EPIC. Do yourself a favor and pick up this series if you already haven't.