マギ 9 [Magi 9]

マギ 9 [Magi 9]

新たなる土地、新たなる冒険。シンドバッド王が治めるシンドリア王国に滞在するアラジン達。そこで始まる修行と冒険の日々。新たなる出会いや意外な人物と再開も!! 人と出会いによ...

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Title:マギ 9 [Magi 9]
Author:Shinobu Ohtaka
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ISBN:4091231985
Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:192 pages

マギ 9 [Magi 9] Reviews

  • Rena
    May 10, 2014

    So, our main characters are studying in Sindria. Each learns how to hone their skills and grow stronger as they stay. Training in practice can only take them so far though. They need to test out their skills in live action, so it is off to another dungeon.

    Oh. The imperial prince and princess show up as well. Hakuryuu is studying in Sindria and his sister just wanted to tail along. I am starting to like these two more and more. I think the empire is in for an interesting surprise when these two g

    So, our main characters are studying in Sindria. Each learns how to hone their skills and grow stronger as they stay. Training in practice can only take them so far though. They need to test out their skills in live action, so it is off to another dungeon.

    Oh. The imperial prince and princess show up as well. Hakuryuu is studying in Sindria and his sister just wanted to tail along. I am starting to like these two more and more. I think the empire is in for an interesting surprise when these two gain more influence. A very, very big surprise...

  • ranne
    Jul 20, 2014

    4.5 - Damn I love this "blooming" relationship between Alibaba and Morgiana. I'm turning into a shipper! This just keeps getting better and better by the chapter. So unpredictable! And Hakuryuu is proving himself to be an interesting character. <3

  • David Sanz
    Aug 25, 2014

    Nuevos personajes, más política, más humor, más magia, más de todo! Y empieza un nuevo arco argumental. ¿Se puede pedir más?

  • Karissa
    Oct 19, 2014

    I got a copy of this graphic novel through Edelweiss to review. This was an excellent installment in this manga series, although it was something of a transition novel and not quite as exciting as previous volumes.

    Alibaba, Morgiana and Aladdin receive training in Sindria, the land of King Sinbad. Alibaba is trying to repair the Sword of Amon as well. Then the arrival of a Prince from the Kou Empire shakes things up. The rise of the evil Al-Thamen has our heroes preparing to face future battles.

    I got a copy of this graphic novel through Edelweiss to review. This was an excellent installment in this manga series, although it was something of a transition novel and not quite as exciting as previous volumes.

    Alibaba, Morgiana and Aladdin receive training in Sindria, the land of King Sinbad. Alibaba is trying to repair the Sword of Amon as well. Then the arrival of a Prince from the Kou Empire shakes things up. The rise of the evil Al-Thamen has our heroes preparing to face future battles. Part of this is going to be taking on new Dungeons.

    This book was more light-hearted and goofy than previous books in the series. Most of the story is spent following our characters as they train and learn more about their abilities. Alibaba is learning how to swordfight, Aladdin is learning how to use magic better, and Morgiana is trying to find a metal vessel to fight with.

    It was fun to see our characters in a more relaxed atmosphere, of course it wasn’t nearly exciting as previous books because of this. We do see a slight romance budding between Morgiana and Alibaba, which came off as very cute.

    Morgiana does get an awesome new metal vessel, which she makes out of her old slave chains. This was pretty cool and also pretty hilarious. We learn a lot more about Sinbad’s kingdom of Sindria and about Sinbad himself.

    The drawing was very well done and easy to follow. As I mentioned above there is a bit more of the sketchy, not so detailed, humorous drawing in this volume. Not my favorite style but some of it was pretty funny.

    Overall a well done light-hearted addition to this manga series. Our characters are getting a well deserved rest and transitioning to the next storyline. The whole story is much more light and fluffy than previous installments have been and a lot less action packed. So, while this wasn’t my favorite installment in the series, it was a good transition that gives the reader some background and sets things up for the next installment. This whole manga series is recommended to those who love action-packed fantasy manga.

  • April
    Jan 02, 2015

    This volume is slower in terms of action, but I enjoyed the explanations and story progression. After such a large climax, it is good to slow down a little. So many new characters and names though! Yikes. (I have a hsdd time learning all the foreign names.)

  • Ian
    Jan 31, 2015

    The Magi series is rated Teen so it is advisable you check out this book yourself before allowing a younger person from reading it. After all Aladdin is a bit of a breast man(boy?) and in this book at least King Sinbad has to defend himself when it is believed he took advantage of a Kou Empire princess after she woke up in bed the next morning next to Sinbad and she had no memory of what happened.

    Aladdin has started learning how to properly use ruhk to manipulate magic from the sorceress Yamraih

    The Magi series is rated Teen so it is advisable you check out this book yourself before allowing a younger person from reading it. After all Aladdin is a bit of a breast man(boy?) and in this book at least King Sinbad has to defend himself when it is believed he took advantage of a Kou Empire princess after she woke up in bed the next morning next to Sinbad and she had no memory of what happened.

    Aladdin has started learning how to properly use ruhk to manipulate magic from the sorceress Yamraiha while Sinbad explains how Alibaba can transfer Amon to a new vessel since his previous battle left his blade broken. Suddenly a great sea serpent rises from the ocean ready to wreak havoc upon the island nation...or so it seems until Sinbad and his eight generals appear to handle the situation to the enjoyment of those under heir protection.

    Alot happens in this book including introductions to the generals and Ali Baba begins training further in the sword arts so he can become stronger and be worthy of Amon. We also get to see Princess Kougyoku from the Kou Empire arrives with her brother and spins a tale of Sinbad taking advantage of her (as noted in the first paragraph) and he must prove himself innocent to save her honor. Of course the prince Hakuryuu has an alternative reason for coming to Sindria and joins Aladdin's crew as they go on a quest to conquer a dungeon.

    Of all the moments in the book that were fun I think my favorite part would have to be when Morgiana is dancing at the celebration and Ali Baba doesn't recognize her. She looks so happy to be complimented that it shows she can be super cue too. Of course when Sinbad's reputation comes into question and even his followers considered he might have done it was fun as well. :)

  • Mal
    Apr 08, 2015
  • Mariah
    Jun 14, 2015

    In this installment we take a break to both celebrate and train. I didn't realize just how beautiful Morgiana could be in the right clothes!

  • Chivitouille
    Jun 28, 2015

    Personajes nuevos y situaciones sumamente divertidas.

    Conocemos de pasada a los demás generales que están al servicio de Sinbad, pero este tomo se enfoca más en Yamuraiha, quien entrenará a Aladdin y en Sharrkan, quien se encargara de Alibaba, aunque a mi parecer en este tomo no lucen tanto como Sinbad y Hakuryuu.

    Tendremos la oportunidad de saber más acerca del reino de Sindria y gracias a un apartado del final, nos enteraremos de más detalles de esta ciudad y de cómo está conformada; toda esta i

    Personajes nuevos y situaciones sumamente divertidas.

    Conocemos de pasada a los demás generales que están al servicio de Sinbad, pero este tomo se enfoca más en Yamuraiha, quien entrenará a Aladdin y en Sharrkan, quien se encargara de Alibaba, aunque a mi parecer en este tomo no lucen tanto como Sinbad y Hakuryuu.

    Tendremos la oportunidad de saber más acerca del reino de Sindria y gracias a un apartado del final, nos enteraremos de más detalles de esta ciudad y de cómo está conformada; toda esta información me encanta porque es una manera de complementar la historia, ya que aunque la historia transcurre en esta ciudad, la trama no se enfoca enteramente en ella.

    Mi parte favorita definitivamente es el mal entendido que envuelve a Sinbad, quien siendo un personaje muy destacado en sus habilidades y hazañas no es la perfección andando; el saber más de sus imperfecciones por la manera en que se desenvuelven los acontecimientos es divertida. Y sus generales lo conocen muy bien, tanto que ya se saben todas sus desventuras y metidas de pata.

    Se nota que hay una gran amistad y lealtad entre ellos y el ver como es la relación que tienen es genial.

    Por otra parte Hakuryuu es un personaje del que tenía muchas ganas de saber, esta claro que a pesar de ser parte del imperio de Kō tiene sus propias ideas, y aunque al parecer tiene claro sus objetivos aún tiene mucho que aprender. El convivir con Alibaba, Aladdin y Morgiana le servirá para darse cuenta de muchas cosas y estoy ansiosa por saber más de él.

    Alibaba ha madurado mucho después de todo lo sucedido en Balbadd, aunque en algunos aspectos aun sigue estando algo despistado, pero el empeño que demuestra para mejorar es reconfortante, esta claro que se seguirá esforzando por ayudar a cualquiera que necesite de su ayuda y Aladdin lo apoya en todo.

    Morgiana está decidida a continuar con ellos y me gusta mucho que poco a poco vaya haciendo las cosas que quiere, esta claro que les tiene mucha estima a Aladdin y a Alibaba pero muchas de las cosas las hace también por ella.

    Finalmente la siguiente aventura será bastante interesante, puesto que después de estar en Sindria por seis meses entrenando, Sinbad les encarga una tarea muy particular, la cual es seguro que estará llena de situaciones emocionantes y mucha acción.

    Un tomo divertido con un dibujo que me encanta, una historia interesante, con toques de magia que si logra engancharte, querrás saber más de ella.

  • Mary V.d.kroef
    Sep 08, 2015

    A review for books 1- 26

    This Manga starts our humorous. I really enjoyed the characters at the beginning. The farther you read the deeper the plots become. Enjoyable at the beginning, and a must read for the later books. I can NOT wait for books 27 + Characters are real and raw. Everyone has there faults and I feel the author/artist dose a wonderful job of bringing everyones points of view, twisted though they might be, in to clear focus.

    (note: I wouldn't recommend this manga for young teens. I

    A review for books 1- 26

    This Manga starts our humorous. I really enjoyed the characters at the beginning. The farther you read the deeper the plots become. Enjoyable at the beginning, and a must read for the later books. I can NOT wait for books 27 + Characters are real and raw. Everyone has there faults and I feel the author/artist dose a wonderful job of bringing everyones points of view, twisted though they might be, in to clear focus.

    (note: I wouldn't recommend this manga for young teens. I fine the sexual innuendos pretty funny as an adult, but not really appropriate for younger audiences. Also the plot gets pretty dark at times. )

    I read the English translation on KissManga.com