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8 thoughts on “Phoenix Volume 10 Sun Part One

  1. says:

    Despite he himself had written the Buddha series in this volume and the succeeding one vol11 for the first time is it right? Tezuka depicted Buddhism as the dark force However it was not the Buddha nor the Boddhisatvas or any of the followers that were the bad guys it was the bunch of deity dudes the devas or tennou or Thiên vương and the Twelve Divine Generals or Juuni Shinshou or Thập nhị Thần Tư

  2. says:

    Like with a couple of other story arcs within the Phoenix series this story spans both past and future with about 14oo years between them Overall a solid installment in the Phoenix series with religion as a major theme This is one of the rare instances in literature I've seen where Buddhism was seen as a negative force How is that possible you ask well read this book and see it actually makes sense as Buddhism is NOT a

  3. says:

    This review covers Volumes 10 and 11 as they're of the same story The story in these volumes flip flops a bit between the past and the future the past about a man whos forced into becoming a proto furry and helping spirits of the wilderness while resisting Buddhism The future deals with an evil vaguely Catholic religionat times feeling a bit like Friends cult in 20th Century Boys unsurprising as Naoki Urasawa is a huge fan of this

  4. says:

    The only reason I'm giving Tezuka's Phoenix Sun Parts I and II a four star rating instead of a five star rating is that I've read other books in the Phoenix series and liked them better I would definitely give the Phoenix series as a whole five stars a rating I wouldn't hesitate to give to his Buddha volumes as wellAs with all of Tezuka's

  5. says:

    I'm down to the last 2 volumes of Phoenix And they're a double volume The story of a wolf faced man Japanese nature gods and their fights with new and sinister Buddhist deities Beautiful story driving illustration I think the Future story will be a little bit weaker but oh man I do love it Devouring

  6. says:

    This has become my favourite Phoenix book so far Both stories the historical and the future one are intertwined and both are very good There's also an unusual insight into how Buddhism was spreading in Japan by dirty ways oppressing the ancient spirits and gods

  7. says:

    I don't know Vol 11 and 12 kind of ended weak compared to some of he other Volumes

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    ILL

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Phoenix Volume 10 Sun Part One

It of Bando Suguru a 21st century agent who fights on behalf of banished humans Sun is the longest chapter in the Phoenix series and its structure is threefold Harima's story in 7th century Japan interweaves with that taking place in the 21st century while another tale of a spiritual battle bridges both past and future. This has become my favourite Phoenix book so far Both stories the historical and the future one are intertwined and both are very good There s also an unusual insight into how Buddhism was spreading in Japan by dirty ways oppressing the ancient spirits and gods All You Need Is Less place in the 21st century while another tale of a spiritual battle bridges both

summary Phoenix Volume 10 Sun Part One

Considered by many the peak of Osamu Tezuka's artistic achievement and called his life work by the author PHOENIX is made up 12 complex stories linked by the presence of the mythical bird an immortal guarden of the universal life force Read in order the separate stories jump across time alternating between a distant fu. Despite he himself had written the Buddha series in this volume and the succeeding one vol11 for the first time is it right Tezuka depicted Buddhism as the dark force However it was not the Buddha nor the Boddhisatvas or any of the followers that were the bad guys it was the bunch of deity dudes the devas or tennou or Thi n v ng and the Twelve Divine Generals or Juuni Shinshou or Th p nh Th n T ng that acted as though they were badTill the end it was revealed that Tezuka actually thought whatever the case religions were always right people thought they did the right things acted out of the best benefits It s the use of religions as a mean to war is disgustingAnother well told chapter from the great fabulist of the unfinished Hi no tori series

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Ture and a distant past converging on the present with characters from one story being reincarnated in another The 12 stories over 3000 pages Sun In AD 663 a soldier named Harima is punished by being given the visage of a wolf Rescued by a mysterious old woman he is tormented by nightmares and gradually senses the spir. This review covers Volumes 10 and 11 as they re of the same story The story in these volumes flip flops a bit between the past and the future the past about a man whos forced into becoming a proto furry and helping spirits of the wilderness while resisting Buddhism The future deals with an evil vaguely Catholic religionat times feeling a bit like Friends cult in 20th Century Boys unsurprising as Naoki Urasawa is a huge fan of this seriesThere are the few usual Tezuka touches like Popeye looking characters a few recognizable characters from his star system and the occasional fourth wall joke None of these really detract from the story for me but others might find them annoyingIf I have one criticism and this criticism is something that I can apply to other volumes of Phoenix its that many of the women are drawn and behave similarly That is with big teary eyes and a submissive worried personality I wasnt a fan of some of the gore either be it the main characters face lift which other than talking with spirits doesnt really do much for the story or a later segment where a woman whos immortal for some reason is shot up into a charred corpseI should note that the English edition is a bit buggered up in addition to the artwork being flipped so the book reads left to right the few color pages in the Japanese version are black and white here This wouldn t be an issue if the book were only 15 but physical editions of Phoenix often sell for uite a bit of money

  • Paperback
  • 344
  • Phoenix Volume 10 Sun Part One
  • Osamu Tezuka
  • English
  • 21 August 2017
  • 9781421509723

About the Author: Osamu Tezuka

手塚治虫 was a Japanese manga artist animator producer and medical doctor although he never practiced medicine Born in Osaka Prefecture he is best known as the creator of Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion He is often credited as the Father of Anime and is often considered the Japanese euivalent to Walt Disney who served as a major inspiration during his formative years His prolific output pioneering techniues and innovative redefinitions of genres earned him such titles as the father of manga and the God of Manga