author: Gunya Mihara
average rating: 3.71
book published: 2014
read at: 2014/12/03
date added: 2014/12/03
'Kamen Volume 2' picks up the story from volume 1, but ends on a cliffhanger again. If you want to whole story, you'll have to wait. This volume is mainly a castle siege, which I liked.
Lord Simba has a much smaller attacking force, but superior tactics and strategy, including the tactical and important high ground. The opposing Zoh army is not going to give up easily. This takes up much of the book, until Kamen finally comes in. We don't learn much more about this masked man, so that part of the story doesn't advance much. Kamen remains as mysterious as he was in the first book. I wanted more of that story.
To be honest, much of this book felt drawn out and a little like filler, but I do like Gunya Mihara's art and story. The war story aspect and drawings were good. I was just hoping for a conclusion and not a continuation after almost 500 pages. Still it's interesting, but you might want to wait and read the whole story arc once it's completed.
I received a review copy of this manga from Gen Manga Entertainment and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this manga.
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