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Phantom Thief Jeanne, Vol. 1 by [Tanemura, Arina]
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High school student Maron Kusakabe has a secret: she’s Phantom Thief Jeanne. She sneaks into private art collections to steal paintings in which demons reside. Jeanne’s task is to seal the demons before they can devour human hearts. So far she’s been able to evade the police on her midnight outings, but now another thief has come onto the scene—Phantom Sinbad—and he’s trying to take the paintings before she does!

About the Author

Arina Tanemura began her manga career in 1996 when her short stories debuted in Ribon magazine. She gained fame with the 1997 publication of I•O•N, and ever since her debut Tanemura has been a major force in shojo manga with popular series Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, Time Stranger Kyoko, Full Moon, and The Gentlemen’s Alliance †. Both Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne and Full Moon have been adapted into animated TV series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 206802 KB
  • Print Length: 258 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (March 4 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IL1Y48E
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By Nicola Mansfield HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on April 24 2014
Format: Paperback
Still on my search for a second shoujo series to read, Library Wars being the only current one I follow. The publisher's blurb intrigued me here: art theft, demons hiding in paintings and a second Thief who comes along to compete with Jeanne. Once I started reading though, I found this description hardly did the book justice. Maron is the reincarnation of Jeanne d'Arc and has been given an angel who guides her in the God-given duty to replace paintings in which demons have been hidden to wreak havoc on those who own them. This is a great story involving the art world, some paranormal, a pseudo-Christianity theme along with crime and burglary. Then along comes a handsomely good looking classmate who ends up being another Phantom Thief only he wants to get the same paintings before Maron does. Thief Sinbad knows Thief Jeanne's real identity and they soon have a mutual romantic interest. While it appears Sinbad is the bad guy, I feel things may not be what they seem at this point. I loved the story with so many topics and themes, the romance was very light (just how I like it), with character and plot being more important. I already like the main characters and found the illustration to be very pretty. I'm hoping the next volume carries on in the same manner as this is an intriguing opening and is the most promising shoujo I've read in ages!
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9e27f990) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9de93c48) out of 5 stars First Shoujo Manga I've Owned and Read! And it still remains in my top 10 mangas of ALL TIME! May 13 2014
By Jessica Arvizu - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have all 7 copies of the original CMX version but VIZ knows how to translate! In VIZ's edition I found the translations more smoother and easier to read than CMX.

This might be a magical shojo but guys don't let this be the reason you avoid this. This is the 1st shojo manga I truely enjoyed and the ending always left me wanting more. I even got some of my guy friends to read this.

If you like Full Moon then you will like Phantom Thief Jeanne. The cover alone should drag you in. It is so beautiful. It is more beautiful than the CMX covers.

The story really touched me. I love it. And I can't wait until Arina Tanemura sensei returns to drawing her beautiful artwork. This should be a classic. I'm might be a little biased but that's because I'm a huge Tanemura fan!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Jude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
~4-4.5/5

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

I read this series back when it was first released by CMX, and really enjoyed it. It’s still, I think, my favorite of Tanemura’s series (possibly followed by Full Moon O Sagashite). I was excited upon hearing of the re-license, particularly because they were bigger editions with color pages. I still own my original edition, so I’m not sure if I’m going to buy each of the new ones, but I might. They’re just so pretty; it's going to be much too hard to resist, I think.

I haven’t read the series since back when I first bought it, so it was refreshing getting to re-read it. And it’s still just as good as back then, too, which makes me happy.

The artwork is clearly her earlier stuff, but it’s still really pretty, and really well done. And I’ve always liked the eccentricity of Tanemura’s art, the costumes and the backgrounds, the flowers. It’s just so nice to look at.

I love Jeanne; she’s a great heroine, stubborn, a little naïve, but good-hearted, and wanting to be loved. Chiaki is a very nice love interest. I like seeing his developing feelings for Jeanne, in particular. They have a bit of a forbidden romance going, both in denial but also working on different sides to right evil. I’d honestly forgotten how they met, and their forbidden romance thing. How they meet is adorable. And the forbidden romance is important, and there, but they’re really the only ones worried about it, and in denial of it. But it’s so obvious how things are going to work out on that end.

Jeanne sends notes to let the owner of the artwork know when she’s going to “steal” the work of art (when she’s really getting rid of the demon and replacing it with a different, pure picture). Those scenes are a bit exaggerated and cheesy, but it’s kind of a quirky theme to the series. It goes with the humor. And mostly it just makes me feel nostalgic.

Jeanne and Chiaki both have fairy (or angel) companions, Finn and Access, respectively. I’m a rather big fan of both of them. They’re sweet, and also a little adorable (Access in particular), and help the two out a lot.

Quite a bit happened in this volume, especially a lot in the ways of romance. Including a bit of a cliffhanger, or an anxious ending leading to more. It’s a definite enticement to pick up the next volume, that's for sure.

A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, and Erik Jansen from MediaLab PR. Thank you so, so much!
HASH(0x9df06d14) out of 5 stars Great Start! April 24 2014
By Nicola Mansfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Still on my search for a second shoujo series to read, Library Wars being the only current one I follow. The publisher's blurb intrigued me here: art theft, demons hiding in paintings and a second Thief who comes along to compete with Jeanne. Once I started reading though, I found this description hardly did the book justice. Maron is the reincarnation of Jeanne d'Arc and has been given an angel who guides her in the God-given duty to replace paintings in which demons have been hidden to wreak havoc on those who own them. This is a great story involving the art world, some paranormal, a pseudo-Christianity theme along with crime and burglary. Then along comes a handsomely good looking classmate who ends up being another Phantom Thief only he wants to get the same paintings before Maron does. Thief Sinbad knows Thief Jeanne's real identity and they soon have a mutual romantic interest. While it appears Sinbad is the bad guy, I feel things may not be what they seem at this point. I loved the story with so many topics and themes, the romance was very light (just how I like it), with character and plot being more important. I already like the main characters and found the illustration to be very pretty. I'm hoping the next volume carries on in the same manner as this is an intriguing opening and is the most promising shoujo I've read in ages!
By DH - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I would highly recommend this book. The series is sooo good! And short so if you're looking for a quick read with good story line, this is tit!
HASH(0x9deff294) out of 5 stars Another awesome manga July 14 2014
By kittiesxD - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I liked the amazing comedy and good drawings. She is my favorite author so, I just love all of her books!!