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Pary of Five (Tokyo Mew Mew, Vol. 3) Paperback – August 12, 2003
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While the first volume left me almost regreting picking up this series and the second volume made me taking the pervious statement back, I eargerly dove right into volume three. Now the story finally picks up the pace and gives the read all the reason to continue the series!
In this volume, the girls are on a quest to discover the Mew Aqua, a powerful element that can purify anything contaminated. While it maybe all work and no play, the group finally gets some downtime by going on a cruise that Ryou, the girls' mentor/boss, is holding. But trouble is never far away as Kish, leader of the alien race, crashes the party. Meanwhile, Ichigo continues her troubles with Masaya, her crush. Does he know about her secret identity or not?
What I enjoied the most from this volume is that it has given the chance to start flushing out the secondary characters. We get a chance to see shy Lettuce come over her cowardliness and we finally get to see the motivation behind Kish and his compainons' plot to take over Earth. These events helped the story finally take it's shape and made me want to keep reading. The art, as always, is udderly cute and adorable (thus so, you may have a craving for sweets after reading this series). I also liked how the romance between Ichigo and Masaya has improved. No longer is it forced nor cheesy, but it is starting to become interesting. I was starting to enjoy the interludes of the Ichigo and Masaya scenes, hoping that everything works out all right.
As for the negative aspects of this volume, my only complaint is the repetitive dialodge. How many times can you say "that's cool!" or a variation of it? It's as if Paris Hilton was the story editor!
Anyway, if you are a fan of "Mew Mew Power", the animated version of this series airing on the FoxBox, do yourself a favor and start reading the manga! It contains everything you love about the series, but it is played out much, much, much better! Tokyo Mew Mew is also a great series to get into if your a fan of Sailor Moon, Pretear, or any other shojo series.
Note: Review based on volumes 1-7.
Basically, Ichigo has to find a way to hide her secret from Masaya, but he keeps showing up in places that she needs to transform! The girls all go on a cruise where more aliens show up and send out 'kirema animas' but they stop them. Ichigo turns into a cat when Masaya is around, and he takes her home. But the cliffhanger endings make me sad!! :(
The artwork was cute, just like before! If you have read the series so far, I recommend continuing. However, a warning to newcomers. The storyline is very confusing for people who haven't read the first 2 books, so I recommend reading them first.
I noticed a big mistake on the page that introduces all the characters. Pudding and Zakuro's pictures are mixed up. It says Zakuro Fujiwara under Pudding's picture and Pudding Fong under Zakuro's picture. So it also says Pudding's name is Zakuro and she is "a cool and beautiful model." That is, obviously, not right. Pudding is not a model and she isn't really that pretty. In this book Lettuce gets a mermaid-like tail with the Mew Aqua when she jumps in the ocean to save a baby.