不滅のあなたへ 3 [Fumetsu no Anata e 3] (To Your Eternity, #3)
何者かによって”球”がこの地上に投げ入れられた。情報を収集するために機能し、姿をあらゆるものに変化させられるその球体は死さえも超越する。ある日、少年と出会い、そして別れる。光、匂い、音、暖かさ、痛み、喜び、哀しみ……刺激に満ちたこの世界を彷徨う永遠の旅が始まった。これは自分を獲得していく物語。敵との初めての遭遇の後、フシが出会ったのは、仮面を被った少年グーグー。自らを怪物と自嘲するグーグーに弟として可愛がられながら、フシは人間のように暮らす日々を送る。そんなある日、グーグーは使用人として働いていた酒爺の屋敷から家出してしまう。自分ではない誰かになりたいと願う少年は何者にでもなれるフシにどんな刺激を与えるのか。これは喜びを手に入れる物語。

不滅のあなたへ 3 [Fumetsu no Anata e 3] (To Your Eternity, #3) Details

Title不滅のあなたへ 3 [Fumetsu no Anata e 3] (To Your Eternity, #3)
Author
LanguageJapanese
ReleaseJun 6th, 2017
Publisher講談社
ISBN-139784063959550
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Comics, Young Adult, Graphic Novels

不滅のあなたへ 3 [Fumetsu no Anata e 3] (To Your Eternity, #3) Review

  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    Not the best volume but I still enjoyed Fushi and the story as a whole. Gugu and his mask reminded me a lot of Auggie and his astronaut helmet from Wonder. Gugu is disfigured but we never get to see his face. And then you realize that's not even what matters.Very interested to see more interactions between Fushi and his creator and the mystery surrounding them.
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  • j
    January 1, 1970
    This volume was almost cheerful, so I'm assuming all the characters will be horribly killed in volume 4.
  • Mangrii
    January 1, 1970
    Esta tercera entrega, tras su primer encuentro con un gran enemigo, Inmo conoce a Gûgû. Este extraño chico que se esconde tras una máscara peculiar y se considera a sí mismo un monstruo, pronto sentirá a Inmo como su propio hermano pequeño. Juntos logran algún descubrimiento sobre las verdaderas capacidades de Inmo y viven momentos de paz hasta que el mal asoma. Sin resultarme tan habilidoso y redondo como los dos primeros tomos, To your eternity sigue siendo una de las series manga que sigo men Esta tercera entrega, tras su primer encuentro con un gran enemigo, Inmo conoce a Gûgû. Este extraño chico que se esconde tras una máscara peculiar y se considera a sí mismo un monstruo, pronto sentirá a Inmo como su propio hermano pequeño. Juntos logran algún descubrimiento sobre las verdaderas capacidades de Inmo y viven momentos de paz hasta que el mal asoma. Sin resultarme tan habilidoso y redondo como los dos primeros tomos, To your eternity sigue siendo una de las series manga que sigo mensualmente esperando más respuestas sobre Inmo. De nuevo Yoshitoki opta por desarrollar un nuevo compañero para Inmo desde su propio drama personal. El problema es que su construcción no me ha calado tan hondo y no he sufrido con sus problemas tanto como en la anterior entrega. Tanto March como Parona eran personajes demasiado potentes en el volumen anterior, y el nivel era muy alto. Sin embargo, salva el tomo los dos capítulos finales, donde una vorágine de sucesos y sentimientos (con un dibujo espectacular como en los anteriores) serán importantes en el crecimiento de Inmo al que asistimos con cada volumen. Es particularmente de lo que trata To Your Eternity desde el principio. El crecimiento hacia la eternidad de un ser que se está haciendo más humano paso a paso, aunque antes era solo un monstruo.
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  • Pam (The Girl Who Cried Books)
    January 1, 1970
    I really thougt my heart was ready for the pain this manga will bring, but boiiiiii was I wrong! Hang in there, Fushi! :'(
  • Doc
    January 1, 1970
    This is not a story just about Fushi as I am sure those that have read up to this point might relize. The story starts out with a young boy named Gugu who with his brother make ends meet but his fate is not a cheerful one as he is betrayed and the girl he cares for is almost killed by a runaway log that ends up crushing poor Gugu's face. His life was saved by an eccentric old man and now hidden within a chameleon type mask Gugu gets to meet Fushi as Pyrona brings him to meet the man that saved G This is not a story just about Fushi as I am sure those that have read up to this point might relize. The story starts out with a young boy named Gugu who with his brother make ends meet but his fate is not a cheerful one as he is betrayed and the girl he cares for is almost killed by a runaway log that ends up crushing poor Gugu's face. His life was saved by an eccentric old man and now hidden within a chameleon type mask Gugu gets to meet Fushi as Pyrona brings him to meet the man that saved Gugu's life. Now the wheels of fate turn once more as Fushi has time to learn not only from Pyrona but now Gugu as well as they both mature and learn together.Of course there is something that wants Fushi's powers for itself and Fushi's creator tries warning him that staying will only bring misfortune because his enemy will learn from its mistakes next time so the next volume will probably deal with some harsh subjects as Fushi refuses to move on and learn more from other places.My fave part would have to be Gugu needs booze to save Fushi from his enemy and interrupts the parents of the girl he cares for from taking her away. Of course the booze inside him has made him far from Sober so he ends up confessing his affections for her before running off to try to save Fushi. :)
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  • Karl
    January 1, 1970
    Series still has me smiling, but for the first time so far the constant winding down and spinning up before and after every 'see you next time' chapter break has felt really invasive. I know it's a curse of the medium but the first two volumes wrote over those transitions much more smoothly. See you after the next volume!
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  • Priscilla
    January 1, 1970
    Je suis trop perdue dans l'histoire, je sais que c'est volontaire de la part de l'autrice mais cette série est trop "shonen" pour moi, j'ai adoré A silent voice mais je ne poursuivrai pas cette série-là.
  • Marius Paulsen (Antari-kun)
    January 1, 1970
    this series is growing on me and ill hopefully love it by the next installment! :D very cool plot and I like the main characters
  • Araceli.libros
    January 1, 1970
    Oh wow, un tomo de To your eternity con final feliz (kinda)...
  • Kristin
    January 1, 1970
    Even though you may be feel like you'll never love another set of characters like the one Fushi just left behind, Oima always proves you wrong.
  • Rebekah
    January 1, 1970
    And now I’m crying again...
  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    January 1, 1970
    Good volume.
  • Kameron Mitchell
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, what a BIZARRE volume. But I loved it, now to wait for #4...
  • Karrie Stewart
    January 1, 1970
    No heartbreak for me in this one. I'm curious to see where the story goes next.
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