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by Ryoichi Ikegami,Kazuya Kudo

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Author:
Ryoichi Ikegami,Kazuya Kudo
ISBN13:
978-1569310700
ISBN:
156931070X
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Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (March 7, 1996)
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MAI, Psychic girl is truly one of the classic mangas that has somehow been forgotten in the US mainstreaming of Japanese manga and anime. This book is about Mai, a girl who happens to be a very powerful psychokinetic

MAI, Psychic girl is truly one of the classic mangas that has somehow been forgotten in the US mainstreaming of Japanese manga and anime. Released in the late 80s/early 90s Mai was one of the first hugely successful B&W manga comic books. The story itself is a rather simple but entertaining take. Mai is a young school girl who has started developing psychic abilities. This book is about Mai, a girl who happens to be a very powerful psychokinetic. Still, she uses them mainly to keep boredom at bay.

MAI, Psychic girl is truly one of the classic mangas that has somehow been forgotten in the US mainstreaming of Japanese manga and anime. Released in the late 80s/early 90s Mai was one of the first hugely successful B&W manga comic books

MAI, Psychic girl is truly one of the classic mangas that has somehow been forgotten in the US mainstreaming of Japanese manga and anime. She is the target of a sinister secret society who hope to harness her power (and others like her) to obtain world domination

Mai, the Psychic Girl, known simply as Mai (舞) in Japan, is a manga written by Kazuya Kudō and illustrated by Ryoichi Ikegami. The main character is Mai Kuju, a 14-year-old Japanese girl with powerful psychic abilities

Mai, the Psychic Girl, known simply as Mai (舞) in Japan, is a manga written by Kazuya Kudō and illustrated by Ryoichi Ikegami. The main character is Mai Kuju, a 14-year-old Japanese girl with powerful psychic abilities. She is being pursued by the Wisdom Alliance, an organization which secretly strives to control the world. The alliance already controls four other powerful psychic children, and it has hired the Kaieda Intelligence Agency to capture Mai.

Ryoichi Ikegami (池上 遼一, Ikegami Ryōichi, born 29 May 1944) is a Japanese manga artist

Ryoichi Ikegami (池上 遼一, Ikegami Ryōichi, born 29 May 1944) is a Japanese manga artist. After graduating from junior high school he moved to Osaka and drew manga while working as a billboard sign painter debuting at the age of 17 writing rental comics. In 1966 he published a story called Tsumi no Ishiki (罪の意識) in the gekiga magazine Garo that caught the eye of fellow Garo contributor, manga artist Shigeru Mizuki, who. offered him a job as his assistant. Ikegami has worked on several popular series, such as Mai, the Psychic Girl with writer Kazuya Kudo, Crying Freeman, with writer Kazuo Koike, as well as Sanctuary and Heat with writer Sho Fumimura.

Also known as: 女超人小舞 (Chinese) 舞 (Japanese) Mai: The Psychic GirlThis series is complete in 3 volumes. Book 1. Mai: The Psychic Girl - Perfect Collection, Volume 1. by Kazuya Kudo. Shelve Mai: The Psychic Girl - Perfect Collection, Volume 1. Want to Read.

Book in the Mai: The Psychic Girl Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780929279251.

Ryōichi Ikegami (Illustrator). I could barely put the book down. Other books in the series. Mai: The Psychic Girl - Perfect Collection (3 books). Books by Kazuya Kudo. Mor. rivia About Mai: The Psychic. As I remember, there were some very violent parts of the book, including animal violence, so if that's a trigger I would advice you to not read this story. In addition to the intense and sad scenes though, there are also tender parts, as well as funny parts. So the book isn't one big downer. It's got a nice balance between emotions. The artwork is stunning.

Kudō, Kazuya; Ikegami, Ryoichi; Hudnall, James . Books for People with Print Disabilities.

Kudō, Kazuya; Ikegami, Ryoichi; Hudnall, James D. Publication date. urn:acs6::pdf:-050ffaecf645 urn:acs6::epub:057-5efffc744f68 urn:oclc:record:1036697238. Internet Archive Books. t on November 1, 2011.

Collects Mai the Psychic Girl GN Vol. 1 and material from Vol. 2. Written by Kazuya Kudo. Art by Ryoichi Ikegami. An ordinary girl with extraordinary powers! Mai is silly, giggly, and flirtatious - just like any other cute fourteen-year-old girl

Collects Mai the Psychic Girl GN Vol. An ordinary girl with extraordinary powers! Mai is silly, giggly, and flirtatious - just like any other cute fourteen-year-old girl. Mai the Psychic Girl TPB (1996 Viz) The Perfect Collection

Mai, a young girl, who has inherited her mother's psychic gifts, finds herself in a power struggle with a group who desires to use her powers to take over the world.
  • great story for young girls to read. and adults can read it too. artwork is beautiful.

  • This book, is so good, it concludes all loose plot points and ties from volume 2 this series has became one of my favorite series it has something for EVERYBODY. I wish they made manga like this a lot more. I wasn't around when this manga was being produced but I still find 90's art to be amazing and unique, I'm dragging on but even if you don't like "old" art style you should still give this series a try.

  • I am very pleased to finally get this collection. I had many of the Eclipse single issues, but not the entire story. Good to know this book can be studied among Ryoichi Ikegami's other fine works.

  • Not sure where the mix-up occurred, but I searched and order Vol. 1 and received Vol. 3. While I needed Vol. 3, I wanted Vol 1 first (naturally). Also, the condition was listed as good. I would list it as fair at best. It's a TPK, so its easily been read and handled by someone who collects books, not taken care of by someone who appreciates books. Although the product is fine, the quality and the actual product (and depiction of it) is why I rated this low.

  • MAI, Psychic girl is truly one of the classic mangas that has somehow been forgotten in the US mainstreaming of Japanese manga and anime. Released in the late 80s/early 90s Mai was one of the first hugely successful B&W manga comic books.

    The story itself is a rather simple but entertaining take. Mai is a young school girl who has started developing psychic abilities. She is the target of a sinister secret society who hope to harness her power (and others like her) to obtain world domination. Much like Otomo's AKIRA, Mai encounters other people who possess simlar powers to her and she must deal them.

    The artwork is by famous manga artist Ryoichi Ikegami who is best known for his work on Crying Freeman. The style is not your typical cutesy sailor moon/dragon ball Z manga art, opting for a more realistic, sometimes western comic book approach to storytelling.

    Overall MAI is a true classic a a fantastic story. One worth reading!

  • This book is about Mai, a girl who happens to be a very powerful psychokinetic. She doesn't think her abilities are a very big deal, although she is careful to hide them from others. Still, she uses them mainly to keep boredom at bay. Unfortunately, a secret organization is after her and other psychokinetics, so that they can use her for military purposes. Her dad, a man skilled at martial arts, as other ideas, however, and does his best to keep her safe.
    The artwork in this book was unexpected for me, much more realistic than anything I've seen in other manga works. However, it wasn't consistantly good artwork, and some of the characters tended to look odd, as another reviewer noted. The story itself was very riveting, and I couldn't put it down. I can't wait to read more about Mai, and I'm looking forward to the next volume.

  • This tells the story of Mai, a Japanese school girl who becomes the target of vague organizations of powerful conspirators who want to use her for her psychic powers.
    The art is interesting, and often quite attractive, although a bit of gratuitous soft core jailbait porn is occasionally thrown in. While the quality of the artwork is generally high, I was less impressed than some reviewers by the art in the fighting scenes, of which there are many; it was often difficult to follow what was happening. There are some elements of the art also which seem to make no sense; Mai is described as having inherited her powers through her mother, who was the latest in a line of psychics going back for centuries and linked to a particular Japanese temple and village, yet the mother, when she is shown, has entirely Caucasian features.
    The story takes off a bit slowly, and the characters aren't entirely developed.
    This volume is the first of three, although the other two, strangely enough, don't seem to be on Amazon yet. Unfortunately, the sequels aren't as good as this one. The characters change suddenly, Mai and her enemies acquire new powers without warning when it forwards the plot, and the ultimate evil plan of Mai's enemies, when it is revealed, is utterly unbelievable.
    I would give this volume on its own a mild recommendation, but it isn't really complete on its own and I can't recommend the full set.

  • This was a pretty gripping story. One of those things that we all wish for, psychic powers, are proved to be not such a good thing. This conspiracy sort of story is pretty entertaining, but some of the scenes were just thrown in for the solo purpose of having a nude scene.
    The artwork is pretty good and much more realistic than most animes. Mai's friends, though, are some of the funniest-looking characters that I have ever seen, and some of the other psychic childern aren't exactly poster children.
    Don't let those stray you away, it's still a pretty good read. It's a bit gory, but it won't give you nightmares or anything. I'd recommend it to fans of Evangelion or Magic Knight Rayearth or older Sailor Moon fans. If you can take a little blood, go for it!