No Need For Tenchi!, Volume 1 Paperback – Mar 8 1997
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Top Customer Reviews
In this story, Tenchi & Co. suddenly encountered Ryoko's wild twin named Minagi who is out for blood! So Tenchi and Ryoko fiercelly battled Minagi and knocked her out, thus causing her to lose her memory. And along comes Yakage who wants to test Tenchi's legendary sword and thus he made off with the lovely Ayeka in the very end. But better read all about it to find out! Very cute and funny with such skillful drawings and truly endearing characters!
Unfortunately, I was also disappointed to find out that it had been "flopped" and was much bigger in size than the original volume, not to mention the full-color inserts had not been kept in, but I was kind of expecting that.
Anyways, I really enjoyed it nonetheless and highly recommend it, although I personally think the anime is better.
It was great to see this series in manga format, though.
She ends up staying @ the Masaki residence and runs away when Ryouko tries to Hit her.
Yagaki then comes to see the "Lightning Eagle Sword," & ends up taking Aeka away and telling Tenchi that he would be back in 10 days.
Ryouko and Washuu chase after Yagaki(this is a VERY funny scene) they fight and then they come back without Aeka.
I loved this book sooooo much [....]
I don't think I could ever get tired of reading it. So if your a Tenchi fan of any size BUY IT!!!!!
Most recent customer reviews
this book is great!! when i bought this Manga i thought it wouldn't be that good...now it's my Favoite Anime and Manga! you must get the whole collection! Read morePublished on July 6 2003 by Maggie Jones
If the answer is more Tenchi madness, this is what you'll get. I will admit that was was leery of any translation by Viz, but those suspiscions were put to rest after the first... Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2002
I LOVE this series, and these comics are great. Funny, action-packed, and great story lines! Why the 4 stars? Ah, because some of this material IS NOT for kids. Read morePublished on May 29 2002
I ordered the first couple of these graphic novels because I was fond of the Tenchi Muyo! OVA series. Read morePublished on May 17 2002 by Jaelin B.
This is really great! If you are an anime fan, you really need to buy this. If you are a Tenchi Muyo fan, you must buy this. Read morePublished on March 23 2002 by Pseudo Washu
This volume has the background in a short summary, which cover the OVA, and the first part of a two part story, the second part being in Volume Two: Sword Play. Read morePublished on Sept. 13 2001 by Michael Valdivielso
Sometimes the manga has a few explanations that the OVA doesn't have. It's worth checking out if you can find it in a local bookstore, I found out about my manga when I looked at... Read morePublished on Aug. 14 2001 by Minagi Masaki
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