- Series: Rave Master (Book 4)
- Paperback: 200 pages
- Publisher: TokyoPop (August 12, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1591822114
- ISBN-13: 978-1591822110
- Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 6.6 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 11 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,100,816 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Rave Master, Vol. 4 Paperback – August 12, 2003
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Then Elie and Haru are off to Tremolo Mountain and Akumu Hall, where it is rumored that the shooting star, a possible rave, landed 50 years ago. But Demon Card is there looking for the rave also, and since they know Haru is on his way they have traps and an assassin waiting.
I enjoyed this volume more than volume 3. While the story seemed to zip by, I did like some of the twists that the author threw in. While I think that Go and Rosa were kinda corny, they were still funny, and I liked how the author chose to end the confrontation between them and Haru and Elie. Then there was the assassin. Every new character had me suspecting them. Plus Musica shows back up. (Yay, he is one of my fave characters) I still also really like how all the characters interact, and sometimes are completely random.
Plus I like the extra add ons about the characters at the end of the volumes, and this one even had a "which Plue are you?" game that was cute. (I'm a crying Plue!)
Still kinda got issues with some of the art work. (I know, I know, get over it right? I've already committed myself to the story enough that I ignore it and will keep reading, since I want to know what happens) But there are still some scenes that just seem to skip parts.
There's one part where I had to actually check the page number because I was convinced that I must have lost a page or something. It just went from one frame to something completely different. I'm still confused as to where the main characters got the vehicles they were on at that point too.
Over all I while I am still Meh about the artwork. (I like mine a little less cartoony) I enjoyed how the story went in this volume, and I want to know what happens next. (there is a major cliffie at the end of this one)
The "skips" in the scenes is irritating, but I will keep reading. Partly because I always hear people raving about this series (no pun intended) but mostly because I do like the story and I want to see where it goes.
The culmination of the battle with the Oracion Six (okay, five) is upon us, and with it, the appearance of an old enemy. Once all that's dispensed with, the crew head for a city of fortune tellers to figure out which Rave stone to pursue next-- but when they get there, Haru finds himself having flashbacks to Garage Island, and they're sent on a quest to recover poi. Poi? Yes, poi. The weirdness continues! ****
Pumpkin Doryu and Ogre, the leader of Onigiri, have teamed up, and the Rave crew are in deep trouble with Ogre gets his hands on Elie--whose Etherion contains more power than the entire city of mermaids combined. So while Haru and Celia manage to set the mermaids free, Ogre, using Elie as a power source, has the Mermaid Gun trained on Haru... more action, more humor, more of everything that makes Rave Master so much fun. ****
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