Kingdom Hearts II, Vol. 4 by Shiro Amano

Kingdom Hearts II, Vol. 4

Desperate to see Roxas again, Axel abandons everything--even Organization XIII and an old friend--to make his wish come true. What awaits him after he's cut all ties...? Later, determined to return to the Destiny Islands with both Riku and Kairi, Sora--with Donald and Goofy at his side--arrives at the Organization XIII stronghold in search of the kidnapped Kairi. Will he b...

Title:Kingdom Hearts II, Vol. 4
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ISBN:0316382728
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:624 pages

Kingdom Hearts II, Vol. 4 Reviews

  • kerrycat
    Jun 19, 2017

    I have loved these kids for so long . . .

  • Amanda Bartoszek
    Jun 15, 2017

    It's taken me many years but finally I am able to complete the manga collection for this one. After the first three volumes were released in fairly quick succession, and no news on the fourth, I was starting to think it was going to be abandoned and my collection left incomplete. But I digress...

    I've always loved the Kingdom Hearts mangas, and finally seeing the conclusion to this one in manga form made me very happy. The Kingdom Hearts 2 manga seemed much more 'grown up' than its predecessors.

    It's taken me many years but finally I am able to complete the manga collection for this one. After the first three volumes were released in fairly quick succession, and no news on the fourth, I was starting to think it was going to be abandoned and my collection left incomplete. But I digress...

    I've always loved the Kingdom Hearts mangas, and finally seeing the conclusion to this one in manga form made me very happy. The Kingdom Hearts 2 manga seemed much more 'grown up' than its predecessors. This could be because the original fans were older, or they just decided to remind the readers that behind all the fun and silliness of the characters, there is a very deep story behind it all. I love the depth of story that Kingdom Hearts possesses, and these four books really held onto it without losing any of the fun. It's a delicate balance - maintaining a light-hearted focus while telling a deep story, and they nailed it just right.

    I'm really looking forward to the first of the Kingdom Hearts 2 novels coming out this month, and hoping this does the same as the mangas.


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