The Heroic Legend of Arslan 1

The Heroic Legend of Arslan In the prosperous kingdom of Pars lies the Royal Capital of Ecbatana a city of splendor and wonder ruled by the undefeated and fearsome King Andragoras Arslan is the young and curious prince of Pars

  • Title: The Heroic Legend of Arslan 1
  • Author: Yoshiki Tanaka Hiromu Arakawa
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  • Page: 181
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  • In the prosperous kingdom of Pars lies the Royal Capital of Ecbatana, a city of splendor and wonder, ruled by the undefeated and fearsome King Andragoras Arslan is the young and curious prince of Pars who, despite his best efforts doesn t seem to have what it takes to be a proper king like his father At the age of 14, Arslan goes to his first battle and loses everythingIn the prosperous kingdom of Pars lies the Royal Capital of Ecbatana, a city of splendor and wonder, ruled by the undefeated and fearsome King Andragoras Arslan is the young and curious prince of Pars who, despite his best efforts doesn t seem to have what it takes to be a proper king like his father At the age of 14, Arslan goes to his first battle and loses everything as the blood soaked mist of war gives way to scorching flames, bringing him to face the demise of his once glorious kingdom However, it is Arslan s destiny to be a ruler, and despite the trials that face him, he must now embark on a journey to reclaim his fallen kingdom From the Trade Paperback edition.

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    1. This review is for the series. Possible spoilers.Here's what I know about this story. It's based on a series of novels, which is based on a Persian legend. There's a current anime that uses the art of this manga series, but there's also an OVA from 1991, which has another art style entirely.This old art style is entirely preferable to me. I had a hard time getting used to the art in the manga, which seemed simplistic in comparison. But I'm an old school type of person, so that's just my preferen [...]


    2. J'ai beaucoup aimé ce premier tome qui pose parfaitement les bases de la série, en offrant au lecteur un début d'histoire avec plusieurs scènes d'action pêchues et en nous présentant des personnages qu'on a envie de suivre plus longtemps. Le style d'Hiromu Arakwa se reconnaît aisément, ceux l'appréciant retrouveront avec enchantement son trait. Une histoire qui commence bien, qui est intéressante, dont les illustrations m'ont beaucoup plu et que je poursuivrai avec plaisir.Ma chronique [...]





    3. Baru baca 2 volume saja~Tapi!Gambar : 4.5 bintang! Arakawa-sensei top~ XDDCerita : 5 bintangru! Setting di negara-negara yang sedang berperang, munculnya konflik politik dalam negeri, serta pertempuran dengan kepentingan dan keyakinan masing-masing, ditambah pula bumbu humor yang pas!Sangat menantikan kelanjutannya~


    4. 4.5/5 StarsWhat an amazing start to what I believe will be a truly epic series! In this first volume alone there are so many interesting and dynamic characters with tons of potential, and when shown again the backdrop of war, the tension is incredibly heightened. I can definitely see Hiromu Arakawa's trademark style and some parallels between character designs in Arslan and FMA, but I can't way that it bothers me in the least.Some of the more fascinating aspects of this volume were 1) the explor [...]


    5. Having never read/watched Full Metal Alchemist or Silver Spoon I was unprepared for Hiromu Arakawa's incredible art. I absolutely love her art style. This manga is absolutely gorgeous, especially the epic, large scale battles and the action scenes. I will definitely be following this manga and picking up Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 1.The story is set in a Mythological version of the Persian Empire and is filled to the brim with exciting and vibrant characters already in just these first few chapte [...]


    6. Excellent start to a mythological history. Set in ancient Persia we have the tale of a young Prince who goes out on his first battle only to have his great nation's army meet disaster for the very first time through trickery and traitorship. Arslan is 14 by the time the battle takes place and we've seen a bit of his growing up from a young boy to this age. A well-told tale that justly uses pictures when words aren't needed but also contains a well-written story. The art is detailed, faces show e [...]


    7. After Fullmetal Alchemist, I'm ready to read anything by Hiromu Arakawa! Anything!! Except Silver Spoon. I don't like Silver Spoon. Anyhow, Hiromu's The Heroic Legend of Arslan is based on the novel Arslan Senki that was first published on the 1980's. Arslan's story is quite popular in Japan and has been adapted to anime, live action films and two manga, including Arakawa's version. I don't know if this follows the original version but as I have no intention in reading it, I'm giving Arakawa my [...]


    8. This is an interesting, very loosely based historical fiction manga with better-than-solid art by Hiromi Arakawa, who many many recognize as the creator of Full Metal Alchemist. The line work is a little loose for my taste, but I like it, as well as the incorporation of textile patterns and jewelry to make this title feel like it's taking place in 60 BCE Era Persia. Arakawa's sense for action layouts, landscapes and facial expressions also helps to give the story emotional clout and character de [...]


    9. Belle surprise que ce premier tome!!!Moi qui n'avais pas été trop convaincue par le 1er épisode de l'anime, j'hésitais à aller plus loin mais le manga m'a fait changer d'avis. Non seulement l'histoire est intéressante mais les personnages sont intrigants (petit faible pour Daryun!). Le dessin de Arakawa est soigné, clair, splendide.Je me suis laissée emporter par l'univers et maintenant je veux la suite!



    10. *3.5 stars*I really liked this! It is the first volume, so at times I was a little confused, especially at the very beginning, but by the end I was definitely interested and I'm really excited to read the next volumes because I know they'll just get better from here!



    11. Not bad, from the first volume. Seems rather focused on large scale battle scenes, at least to this point, which just isn't my thing.


    12. The art by Hiromu Arakawa is beautiful. Can't wait to read the next volume, that was a strong start for sure!



    13. Le moins que l'on puisse dire c'est que les aventures héroïques du jeune prince de Parse démarre bien doucement et ce malgré les nombreuses de batailles bien sanglantes qui ponctuent ce premier tome. J'ai beaucoup aimé le dessin très précis des costumes des personnages qui m'a rappelé dans une moindre mesure la somptuosité de Bride Stories, la proximité géographique de l'histoire y serait-elle pour quelque chose ?Quant au personnage principal c'est une belle ébauche de caractère en [...]


    14. [Currently reading volume 7]Not for the faint of heart. It deals with similar characters and dark themes to Fullmetal Alchemist, so I can see why Arakawa was drawn to it, but the fantasy element is barely there, so it's more intense in my opinion. I'm a big fan of the Persian-Byzantine aesthetic and the battle strategy mind games, but most of all? The coming-of-age story as 14-yr old Arslan learns what it means to be a king from two badass father-figures he picked up on the side of the road.Prim [...]


    15. 4.5 / 5Really good intro into the story. A lot of action and political betrayals here, which I always enjoy. Going into this one blind, and I'm planning on marathoning the first six volumes over the weekend! :)



    16. I am slowly getting into the manga reading world. I've read a few so far, and this one is definitely high on my favourite list.


    17. I loved the characters from the start. I just have a feeling that this is going to be a really good story. Those battles scenes were especially well done! The art is really nice!






    18. I've seen snippets of earlier versions of this story and having Arakawa do the newest version was definitely something I wanted to see. I have to admit, it starts a little slowly for me. I would never have guessed this wasn't pure fantasy if not the interviews in the back (It's ancient Persia). The titular Arslan is a fourteen year old boy who is the sole (as far as I can tell) heir to his father's throne, ruling the well-off kingdom of Pars. His father seems to be a brutish king and his mother [...]


    19. 1er tome de la nouvelle série d'Hiromu Harakawa, mangaka dont j'adore le travail (Full metal alchemist !). Le royaume de Parse est envahi par le royaume de Lusatanie, ses armées sont défaites, à la surprise générale, et Arslan, prince héritier, doit fuir accompagné de quelques fidèles.Cette fois, la mangaka n'est pas l'auteur du manga, seulement la dessinatrice. Elle adapte des romans très connus au Japon, Les chroniques d'Arslan, qui racontent les aventures du prince Arslan qui essaie [...]


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