Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card Manga Volume 4

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About Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card Manga Volume 4

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card manga volume 4 features story and art by CLAMP.

Sakura takes to the sky in pursuit of the “fuzzy thing” that made her friend Akiho fall asleep, and in the process gains another of the mysterious transparent cards. Then, a visit to the bakery where Yukito works goes awry when a giant labyrinth appears and swallows them both up! Syaoran makes his combat debut alongside Sakura in a fiery battle to capture the most dangerous card yet—and of course, they’re both wearing outfits from Tomoyo!

Details

  • Publisher: KODANSHA COMICS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Fantasy, Romance
  • Themes: Adventure, Magical Girl
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 6/26/2018
  • Page Count: 160
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

A lot of plot progression in this volume

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It really seems the plot is taking a leap forward in this volume. Things are starting to connect in pretty interesting ways. A lot of new info is revealed, and some characters seem to have doubts or know more than they let on. It’s making me curious about where the story is heading from here on out. I’m definitely excited for the next volume!

Move Along

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This volume felt like it was mostly foreshadowing. Although I still want to know where the story goes, and the art is beautiful, I kind of know and think things are being drawn out too much. I found the empty declarations annoying.

Kodansha Strikes Again

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I can say nothing but praise for CLAMP, this series, and this volume. It is fantastic. HOWEVER, Kodansha really needs to fix something in their printing process or quality control because I keep consistently getting volumes of manga from them with small tears in the upper left corner of the spine. The only reason I haven't pursued an exchange is because it is likely to just happen again due to Kodansha's lack of quality control.