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30 review for 魔法使いの嫁 初回限定版 10 [Mahou Tsukai no Yome 10: First Press Limited Edition]

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    There were a lot of new characters introduced in this volume, which became overwhelming. There are new dynamics being set up between characters, a further look into alchemy, tensions between alchemy and mages and of course brewing trouble with the church. Overall there was just ALOT to take in, but still I liked it. The writing is beautiful and I love me some Chise, Ruth and Elias.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... We first meet Chise, chained by the neck and wrists being passed over to her new owner, a bone-headed mage whose name she learns later is Elias. A penniless orphan sold on the black market she learns about herself, the magical world filled with fairies and other fantastical creatures as well as what it means to be a part of a family. Her new life as a mage's apprentice is just the beginning as it comes with the secondary title of Ancient Magus' Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... We first meet Chise, chained by the neck and wrists being passed over to her new owner, a bone-headed mage whose name she learns later is Elias. A penniless orphan sold on the black market she learns about herself, the magical world filled with fairies and other fantastical creatures as well as what it means to be a part of a family. Her new life as a mage's apprentice is just the beginning as it comes with the secondary title of Ancient Magus' Bride... The Ancient Magus' Bride vol 10 starts a new storyline with our intrepid couple as Chise AND Elias head off to college. We meet a slew of new and old characters. We learn that there is tension involved with Chise coming to the school with the college's officials. And there is someone dangerous lurking around who is interested in Chise's arrival. Near the end is when the bomb goes off and we know that even though everything looks kosher on the surface, things are about the change for these two and its not going to be pretty college life! The Ancient Magus' Bride vol 10 isn't really a stress filled or tense volume because they are literally arriving at the school and different arcs are developing as we meet people. I really loved the creepy who examines Chise like she's a science experiment... how is that going to work? And there is a new girl who hangs with the spy...! Chise in her role as a herbalist doctor helps her out and now I'm wondering about split loyalties!? I like that Chise isn’t blindingly trusting but senses things... and I really liked her first teacher! GAHHHH we meet the house moms in Chise's dorm... and I LOVE THEM! If you read the series you will know who I mean, they are companions to humans a lot. I can't wait to see where that new relationship goes. And Elias has an "accident" in his classroom!! He gets chewed out by a familiar face and its these types of relationships that I love... Elias doesn't have many friends so yeah, this is going to be good if we get more bromance with him too. We learn that something about the dual curses is plaguing Chise... so the past will certainly be haunting her. But now its time for some more positive experiences and some new friends. I wouldn't want our couple to be parted for long so I'm glad that Elias realized that too. Nothing about the art particularly impressed me. The Ancient Magus' Bride vol 10 simply as as good a art as normal. We get some really great funny frames with the exaggerated Chibi art. Since this is a new situation these were really fun. The doctor's character design was so neat and creepy and out there. We're introduced to new kinds of magic through her and some magical ideas through Chise's professor. So yeah its all good setup. The Ancient Magus' Bride vol 10 is a solid setup for the new story arc. I'm totally raring to see what happens at the college... With Elias there too I hope that we can see some more couple development along with all the new friends and potential enemies. Tension is present but its roiling under the surface. The first big bomb has dropped but we'll have to wait until vol 11 to see what the fallout is all about. See you then! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Authenticity ⋆ ⋆ ⭐⭐⭐ Tension ⋆ ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot ⋆ ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Art ______________________ You can find this manga review and many others on my book blog every Monday @ Perspective of a Writer. See my manga and graphic novel reviews at the bottom of the page. Please like this review if you enjoyed it! *bow* *bow* It helps me out a ton!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    I thought the new college setting was an excuse for the author to trim back the supporting cast and replace them with a new set of characters, but no. All the old characters are still here and given their moments in the story along with all the new college students and professors. The author estimates in the afterword that she has added 15 newbies, but my count puts it closer to 25, with a total of 41 named characters in this volume alone. And there are only 180 pages! Again, this is a pleasant r I thought the new college setting was an excuse for the author to trim back the supporting cast and replace them with a new set of characters, but no. All the old characters are still here and given their moments in the story along with all the new college students and professors. The author estimates in the afterword that she has added 15 newbies, but my count puts it closer to 25, with a total of 41 named characters in this volume alone. And there are only 180 pages! Again, this is a pleasant read, but there is no way I'm going to remember this epic cast and their numerous subplots in a week, much less the unknowable number of months until I have the next volume in my hands. This title needs some serious focus instead of its endless sprawl.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mir

    Chise and Elias attend the Alchemist College. So many new characters, so many plots. Chise still has Josef's eye in her head, but he doesn't seem to have hers. I forget what happened with that. Chise and Elias attend the Alchemist College. So many new characters, so many plots. Chise still has Josef's eye in her head, but he doesn't seem to have hers. I forget what happened with that.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sammy

    So many questions!? So many new characters I can’t keep up! Must keep reading! 4.6/5

  6. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Geez, why they gotta hate on Elias for?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Janis Kay

    I think this should've been a Volume 1, titled "The College Arc"... But I'm not high up enough for that so life goes on. Very interesting start with a boatload of new info to digest. Looking forward to the next volume! I think this should've been a Volume 1, titled "The College Arc"... But I'm not high up enough for that so life goes on. Very interesting start with a boatload of new info to digest. Looking forward to the next volume!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alyson Stone

    Book: The Ancient Magus Bride, Volume 10 Author: Kore Yakamazaki Rating: 4 Out of 5 Stars I can’t believe I’m on the tenth volume of this series already! I must say that with each volume I am finding myself enjoying it more and more. I like the direction the overall story arc is going and how much character growth we are getting. I really like the direction the story is going. In this one, we get to see the characters going to school and seeing how they work in this new environment. We get to see Book: The Ancient Magus Bride, Volume 10 Author: Kore Yakamazaki Rating: 4 Out of 5 Stars I can’t believe I’m on the tenth volume of this series already! I must say that with each volume I am finding myself enjoying it more and more. I like the direction the overall story arc is going and how much character growth we are getting. I really like the direction the story is going. In this one, we get to see the characters going to school and seeing how they work in this new environment. We get to see how they are growing now that some of them are apart as well as getting to meet new characters. Not only do we get new characters, but we also get to see how the world and the magic system comes to expand. We see how the magic has grown and see different sides of it. We also get to see Chise trying to fit in with her peers. In the first class she’s in, we see her classmates learn that she is a mage and get to see their reactions. We also see her deal with a rather unwelcoming roommate. Add into the mix that she has to try to make her way through a new environment and try to make sense of that. While the Chise we get in this volume kind of reminds me of her character in the earlier volumes, the character growth does come out here. We see her face these rather difficult situations in an almost new light. She takes what used to wear her down and shine with it. She adopts and does so very well. She is taking what life throws at her and goes with it. I just like what has happened to her character and I really enjoy it. The plot, I feel, has thickened and really developed into this amazing story. We started out with characters and a plot that was good, but it was something we have seen before. Now, the growth and the development that we have is just amazing. We get so much and get to see how everything is coming together. I really can’t wait to see how everything is going to play out. I just know that I need to pick the next book up soon. Anyway, I know this review is kind of on the shorter side, but just know I that am really loving the growth and development that we are getting with each volume.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Raechel

    Lots of magic school setup, I found it boring.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Loz

    This series has definitely hit another stride. Interesting and serious stakes. As always, art is fantastic.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lost in Book Land

    Hello! Today is a big day (there is a massive animal crossing update out and so, of course, that is how I have been spending any and all time outside of work today). But animal crossing aside, I have been struggling a little bit to find my next read after finishing up my last one. I have tried a few things and nothing has stuck so far so I decided to try and read a manga or graphic novel for a little bit to see if that helps me feel better! So far this plan has definitely worked out. This series Hello! Today is a big day (there is a massive animal crossing update out and so, of course, that is how I have been spending any and all time outside of work today). But animal crossing aside, I have been struggling a little bit to find my next read after finishing up my last one. I have tried a few things and nothing has stuck so far so I decided to try and read a manga or graphic novel for a little bit to see if that helps me feel better! So far this plan has definitely worked out. This series is one of my favorites, I have been reading it from the start and have watched the show. So reading another volume is like coming home, always a great time, welcoming, and just makes me feel better. On top of all of that this particular story arc happening right now is hands down my favorite so far. SPOILERS AHEAD In this volume we see Chise going off to magic college! We see her, Elias, and Ruth head off to campus where we meet a lot of new characters and get to see our first magical college. Elias also agrees to be a teacher on the campus and Chise meets her roommate and sees some of her courses. I wanted to keep the summary for this short because this is volume ten in this series. I know this is a new arc in the series and you could technically pick up the series here and start but I recommend starting from the beginning. Its a truly amazing series and the show that follows the first arc is just as amazing. I can not wait to see where this arc goes but so far it has been my favorite. I am giving this volume five stars on Goodreads and crossing all of my fingers that someday the show will bring this arc to life!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Doc

    Class is in session. With Cartaphilus deciding to take a long rest he is no longer an immediate threat. However life is not about to slow for our mages as Chise gets an invitation to come join a college for Alchemists. Don't be intimidated by the large number of new faces as we enter a new stage of the story. I am sure the most important players will be far more noticeable in the future as secrets are revealed and magic occurs. Then as if that were not enough something is happening with the churc Class is in session. With Cartaphilus deciding to take a long rest he is no longer an immediate threat. However life is not about to slow for our mages as Chise gets an invitation to come join a college for Alchemists. Don't be intimidated by the large number of new faces as we enter a new stage of the story. I am sure the most important players will be far more noticeable in the future as secrets are revealed and magic occurs. Then as if that were not enough something is happening with the church so Elias will have to deal with them as well while the adventure continues. :)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Adriana

    The change of pace in the story is extremely drastic in this volume and I’m not entirely sure I like where it’s going, but I’m giving it the benefit of a doubt because it’s the set-up volume for the next arc

  14. 5 out of 5

    kerrycat

    that ended on an extremely dark note - even for AMB.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lee

    More dark fantasy, more development of Chise, Elias, and Alice. New characters are introduced and more hints to Elias' past are dropped. Win-win all around. More dark fantasy, more development of Chise, Elias, and Alice. New characters are introduced and more hints to Elias' past are dropped. Win-win all around.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    A great set up for a new arc. At times the introduction of all the new characters is a bit confusing. I am excited to see where this series goes.

  17. 5 out of 5

    nidah05 (SleepDreamWrite)

    Always looking forward to the next volume in this series so far. Another really good volume. That art style and characters still good.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Manchester

    I’m naming our future adopted daughter Chise.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    This new arc is of to a wonderful start. Many new characters were introduced and I can’t wait to learn more about each and every one of them. AMB can only get better from here.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Fyre.Katz

    first for the 29 in Feb challenge... a little late I know :)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    Ancient Magus' Bride goes Hogwarts as Chise and Elias start college. I like that Chise is finally growing and Elias is finally respecting her as a person, but this volume was a lot of set-up, including way too many new characters and only a few of them being getting any personality. There's also not much of Yamazki's usual artistic whimsy, since there aren't that many chances add magical creatures to the backgrounds now that everything is set inside classrooms and cafeterias instead of the natur Ancient Magus' Bride goes Hogwarts as Chise and Elias start college. I like that Chise is finally growing and Elias is finally respecting her as a person, but this volume was a lot of set-up, including way too many new characters and only a few of them being getting any personality. There's also not much of Yamazki's usual artistic whimsy, since there aren't that many chances add magical creatures to the backgrounds now that everything is set inside classrooms and cafeterias instead of the natural world.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    New territory at last; the first season of the anime adapted (and I believe sometimes anticipated) volumes 1-9, so this is the first time I've had no idea what's going to happen. And to an extent I feel the loss, not being able to hear the voices of the new characters. But beyond that, the whole set-up has changed, and it was the premise with which I was in love, the idea of the mostly affable monster and his young apprentice/bride, together in their lovely little rural cottage, somewhere in an New territory at last; the first season of the anime adapted (and I believe sometimes anticipated) volumes 1-9, so this is the first time I've had no idea what's going to happen. And to an extent I feel the loss, not being able to hear the voices of the new characters. But beyond that, the whole set-up has changed, and it was the premise with which I was in love, the idea of the mostly affable monster and his young apprentice/bride, together in their lovely little rural cottage, somewhere in an English countryside which was at once entirely familiar and almost Ghibli in its perfection. Now Chise's at magic school, which is a rather more familiar basis for a story, though I suppose we can at least hope that if there is still human civilisation in the 2040s, Yamazaki won't be spoiling the memory of this by still thinking 2020s attitudes are fine on...bloody hell, I really don't even want to think what forms social media will have evolved into by then. Also, the school here is under the British Library, though granted right now it's so long since I've been into the centre that this isn't appreciably less exotic a location than Alnwick Castle. The problem is more that it's broken up their bubble avant la lettre, with Chise sharing a room (of course it's with someone she doesn't initially get on with), Elias a visiting instructor (and spending far too much time in human form). More characters mean more questionable barnets, always the one area in which this otherwise impeccable imagining of Britain felt a little prone to manga tropes, and the school setting means a few more do creep in, even if that is at least lampshaded. There are some lovely new additions, like the dorm matrons, but the only scene which really made my heart sing was when the central pair are on a break back at the cottage. I don't entirely buy the explanations given for why Chise would be keen on a plan which sees her going among those whose natural inclination would be to use her as an occult battery, and who talk openly about experimenting in hope of finding a synthetic alternative - because that doesn't sound remotely sinister? Though granted, Elias does make quite an effective protector. But I think my real problem is less that this new direction is bad in itself, more that the current upheavals mean I'm really not in a suitable place to appreciate radical changes in what has hitherto been one of my comfort series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katja

    New story arc begins as Chise and Elias begin attending a magic school. There are A LOT of new characters but most don't get more than their name told and maybe a line or two. A couple of students get a bit more panel time and will no doubt be central to this arc and I'm already curious about Philomela and I hope she'll be a nice girl. Magic schools aren't a new thing in manga and anime but I feel it's a setting more prominent in western fantasy and Japanese media more often has magical things/pe New story arc begins as Chise and Elias begin attending a magic school. There are A LOT of new characters but most don't get more than their name told and maybe a line or two. A couple of students get a bit more panel time and will no doubt be central to this arc and I'm already curious about Philomela and I hope she'll be a nice girl. Magic schools aren't a new thing in manga and anime but I feel it's a setting more prominent in western fantasy and Japanese media more often has magical things/people with magic in a regular school. And anyway, new or old tropes, I'm sure Yamazaki will spun many interesting elements together to form a good story. This volume does have a different feel, even though it's MAGIC school, I think it felt less magical than nine volumes before it. I guess school is so ordinary thing, it outweighs the magic. But that might very well turn upside down again after the story really starts going forward. And even though the new arc has a lot of new, the old characters' arcs continue from where they were. Chise tries to be more open with people and come to terms with/understand her double curse but she's still a bit reserved. Elias also shows growth when he talks about his feelings. I really like that they are processing things after the last story arc; their experiences aren't swept aside. It's a big reason I like Yamazaki's writing. I was a bit unsure how a magic school would work as a setting in this series but the start is promising.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Gouin

    This is a major bummer! I've basically been obsessed with this series since it came out and this is the first volume I really wasn't invested in. Volume 10 starts the next "arc" of the series, in which Chise has agreed to let the College test and experiment on her to find out why she's such a magical anomaly. Elias goes too but as a teacher. Which sounds all well and fine except it was really dull...there were just pages on lectures of alchemy and how magic works which I just didn't care about n This is a major bummer! I've basically been obsessed with this series since it came out and this is the first volume I really wasn't invested in. Volume 10 starts the next "arc" of the series, in which Chise has agreed to let the College test and experiment on her to find out why she's such a magical anomaly. Elias goes too but as a teacher. Which sounds all well and fine except it was really dull...there were just pages on lectures of alchemy and how magic works which I just didn't care about nor saw the point in the grand scheme of things. There were new characters introduced but I found the more enjoyable scenes the ones with the familiar faces. The end of the volume was superb, the Chise/Elias scene was truly adorable...and then when the Church steps in to say Elias hasn't been watched or reported on as he should...now that sounds like a plot I'm interested in! I'm a little less enthused to continue, especially with the next volume being so far between publication...but I'll be reading it, nonetheless.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karissa

    This is the tenth volume in the Ancient Magus Bride series. I really enjoyed this volume in the Ancient Magus Bride series a lot. This starts a new story arc for the series with Chise starting to attend mage school. In this volume we see the conversations that led up to Chise’s choice to attend school, her first days at school, and meet a ton of new characters (which I may struggle to remember because they were introduced very rapidly). We also get to learn a lot more about magic and alchemy whic This is the tenth volume in the Ancient Magus Bride series. I really enjoyed this volume in the Ancient Magus Bride series a lot. This starts a new story arc for the series with Chise starting to attend mage school. In this volume we see the conversations that led up to Chise’s choice to attend school, her first days at school, and meet a ton of new characters (which I may struggle to remember because they were introduced very rapidly). We also get to learn a lot more about magic and alchemy which I really enjoyed. Additionally we learn a bit more about Elias's past. The illustration remains incredible; such wonderful detail through...I absolutely loved it. Overall this was a wonderful installment in the Ancient Magus Bride series. I enjoyed it immensely and can’t wait to see where the story goes from here. I think fans of the Black Butler manga series would also enjoy this series a lot.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ashe Catlin

    What happened to this series? It used to be so good but this volume just wasn't up to par. The first half of this was completely boring, going on about school life and introducing everything and it's mother. Without actually developing anything, it felt a bit to Harry Potterish for me. It only got decent when Ainsworth was teaching a lesson, then you got more stuff with a bunch of nobodies. It didn't help that most the support characters, look the same I couldn't tell the difference between her What happened to this series? It used to be so good but this volume just wasn't up to par. The first half of this was completely boring, going on about school life and introducing everything and it's mother. Without actually developing anything, it felt a bit to Harry Potterish for me. It only got decent when Ainsworth was teaching a lesson, then you got more stuff with a bunch of nobodies. It didn't help that most the support characters, look the same I couldn't tell the difference between her female friend and a bloke she had been speaking to. I'm glad I finished this because Ainsworth lesson was amazing, it's just the rest was trash. I was even thinking about dropping this series because how bad it was, hopefully was just a miss step in an otherwise great series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Saskia

    It's been a bit since I've read/watched manga/anime, so this felt a bit like being 15 again. I'm very thankful for my best friend, who introduced me to his favourite anime. He re-watched the anime with me and at our next visit to a book store, I purchased this for him, the continuation where the anime ends. The Ancient Magus' Bride easily surpasses any manga I've read in my younger years, if I dare to compare. I greatly respect the author for her portrayal of (non-physical) strength of character i It's been a bit since I've read/watched manga/anime, so this felt a bit like being 15 again. I'm very thankful for my best friend, who introduced me to his favourite anime. He re-watched the anime with me and at our next visit to a book store, I purchased this for him, the continuation where the anime ends. The Ancient Magus' Bride easily surpasses any manga I've read in my younger years, if I dare to compare. I greatly respect the author for her portrayal of (non-physical) strength of character in Chise, for creating this wonderful cosey, homey and magical atmosphere; and for portraying one of the greatest, purest love stories I've seen.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    I'm caught up with what my library has and I am just like what? Not here! Volume 10 served me a completely different arc as Chise has made the decision to go to school which means that Elias will follow as their relationship is just starting to get interesting as he's opening up to her more and he just will worry about her otherwise. This volume has so many new characters, and is a bit slow as it's starting to set a different pace for what looks like the next volume but there's also Alice, who I a I'm caught up with what my library has and I am just like what? Not here! Volume 10 served me a completely different arc as Chise has made the decision to go to school which means that Elias will follow as their relationship is just starting to get interesting as he's opening up to her more and he just will worry about her otherwise. This volume has so many new characters, and is a bit slow as it's starting to set a different pace for what looks like the next volume but there's also Alice, who I absolutely love, there to back up Chise so I can't wait for my library to get the next volume so I can dive back into this!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shae

    In this volume, we begin a new journey with Chise and Elias, as the college that has been mentioned previously becomes the main focus of the series, as well as other elements that have previously been in the background. This volume was well thought out, and the art continues to be lovely and detailed. Elias is definitely giving Chise the opportunity to choose how her future looks, and that makes my heart sing. We met some new characters in this volume as well. I am interested to see how they pla In this volume, we begin a new journey with Chise and Elias, as the college that has been mentioned previously becomes the main focus of the series, as well as other elements that have previously been in the background. This volume was well thought out, and the art continues to be lovely and detailed. Elias is definitely giving Chise the opportunity to choose how her future looks, and that makes my heart sing. We met some new characters in this volume as well. I am interested to see how they play into this story as it progresses. This cliffhanger is a doozie though! Bring on volume 11!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Riccio

    Not too fond of the college When I think of college arcs I always think of the full experience of college, and I don't trust anyone outside a few of the people there not to attempt to kill Elias and Chise at one point so this seems like the beginning of something not too interesting in my opinion. Chise and Elias are both there under different pretenses and this is sorts panning out to be a high school drama and I could find that anywhere. The stuff with the church seems like my sort of drama thou Not too fond of the college When I think of college arcs I always think of the full experience of college, and I don't trust anyone outside a few of the people there not to attempt to kill Elias and Chise at one point so this seems like the beginning of something not too interesting in my opinion. Chise and Elias are both there under different pretenses and this is sorts panning out to be a high school drama and I could find that anywhere. The stuff with the church seems like my sort of drama though. I'm looking forward to when I get volume 11 just for the church drama.

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