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From the New World, Volume 1 by Yusuke Kishi (2013-11-12)

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  • By Julian Gutierrez on December 5, 2013

    I would love to make it short saying simply "i love it", but it wouldnt work for someone who saw the anime (just like me).The manga, in some ways, differs with the anime so it makes actually pretty fun to read, like a fresh air for a well known room; i wouldnt say its a completely different story, because its basically the same, but its great for us (the ones that saw the anime) to see how some elements can change to enjoy the manga, even if we know where is headed.It certainly has more mature themes; the horror, that is well known in the anime, take the next step by showing some crude images that the anime didnt dare; as for the sexual themes, its everyone desicion how to understand the scene; in my point of view, its great to see how much they did care for them, although i wouldnt surprise they draw that for fan service.It has its drawbacks, although is fun to read it, it feels that something is left in the way, the story is the same but the way the things get interconnected has lost part of its mistery and smoothness, thats the only way for me to describe it.In the end, every great anime deserve to has its other point of view, and although something is left in the way; the way the things are going are great.I have high hopes for the rest of the story; and hope not to get a bad impression later on.

  • By Daveydoh on October 10, 2014

    This is was an okay manga read, I might get the 2nd volume as I don't like to judge just the first volume. I really liked the artwork and the story isn't to bad, I have so many questions and that's always a good thing.I didn't understand what everyone was talking about concerning the fan service, I mean it is two girls showering in the beginning, but I thought "That's it?" (It took me a considerably long time to finish this manga) once I finished and I got to the part that some reviewers have mentioned a big "Oh!" flashed through my mind "This is what they were talking about." I don't think the fan service is bad if there is a good story to it, or if it relates. I feel the artist may have felt the story was boring so why not add a little spice to it to get the readers to read more! The fan service towards the end did not relate to the story, it was like "Here's the story...with some scenes" I can understand if the story is about two lovers, but it wasn't.Supposedly the novel is really good and I hope to read it. I read some of the story and about the characters on wikipedia and I thought it was very interesting. Maybe if I'm bored I'll buy the 2nd volume/novel to give it a fair shot.

  • By ChibiNeko on January 6, 2014

    I'm still somewhat undecided whether or not I'll continue this series. I'm not entirely a fan of this type of science-fiction, but the story's sudden dark twists and the gorgeous artwork really drove me to purchase this volume and give the next one a go.The good parts of this is that the artwork is very, very lavishly done. The artist takes great pains to make everything look good and draw in the eye of the reader. Now I'm harping on this because the incredible beauty is because later in the volume you get the uglier side of this world by way of the morph-rats. It helps show exactly how warped everything is in the seemingly safe and secure location that all of the teens have grown up in.The story here really is intriguing as well. It's just that the pacing tends to kind of frustrate me since you'll have a lot of nothing and then suddenly you'll have random lesbian sex scene and groping. I think I know why it's here and I think that it's going to factor in heavily in the future, but I can't help but think that this could have been worked in a little better. The scenes are somewhat graphic so parents will want to be a little careful (it's mostly nudity, some groping, and implied sex), but the worst part about them is that they feel like they're just randomly thrown in there for fanservice. There's nothing wrong with fanservice, but I just think that this was meant to have more weight and meaning than the pages actually held. This almost feels like whomever did the storyboard layout for the manga assumed that the reader would have already read the book and known what the scenes were supposed to mean, so they just went for the nudity. For me this is a cardinal sin of any manga artist, given that so many series are brought over without the original work, so they should have already have anticipated that someone would not have access to the source material. Or even without that, that they would bring in a new Japanese reader who had not read the original work. Someone shouldn't have to feel like they need to pick up the original work because they think that they missed something that the artist assumed we already knew.That's kind of a prevalent problem in the volume as a whole, but it's especially noticeable in the sex and near-sex scenes. The manga is still good and I know that fans of this type of sci-fi will enjoy it, but I can't help but wish that they'd gone for better story flow over titillation. It does a good story a serious disservice. I wouldn't not recommend it because of this, but I hope that the artist fixed this in future chapters/volumes.

  • By Ron O on January 24, 2015

    This just isn't what I had hoped for. The story appears that it will be pretty deep as there are many hints that they things the children suspect are probably true as there are scenes that hint that parents know much and aren't telling. This would have made for a good story over the series perhaps, but the problem for me was that I just couldn't get into any of the characters. I didn't really care for any of them and that kept it from being a compelling story. There also appeared to be some errors in translation or poor writing as sometimes what the characters say is incomplete or just doesn't seem to fit. There are a lot of good choices out there, so I would recommend you take a pass on this one.

  • By D.S. Ritter on August 17, 2014

    Okay. So let me start by saying the story is really, really cool. It raises all sorts of questions about ethics and power and is wonderfully creepy. It's possibly one of the best of the dystopian genre. Here's where I get to the however:The fan service is sort of stupid and gets in the way of the story a bit. I've heard people argue that it fits with the story, and without spoiling things, to an extent, it does. But when it's only girls naked and touching each other and no boys, that indicates to me fan service, not storytelling.I think the novel translated would have served better than the manga, which I was a bit embarrassed to be reading in public, particularly due to the conspicuous cover.

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