Clockwork Planet Manga Volume 1
About Clockwork Planet Manga Volume 1
Clockwork Planet volume 1 features story by Yuu Kamiya and Tsubaki Himana with illustrations by Kuro.
Naoto is a brilliant amateur mechanic who spends his days tinkering with gears and inventions. And his world is a playground - a massive, intricate machine. But his quiet life is disrupted when a box containing an automaton in the shape of a girl crashes into his home. Could this be an omen of a breakdown in Naoto's delicate clockwork planet? And is this his chance to become a hero?
From the creator of No Game, No Life.
Ratings & Reviews
Interesting New Series
by Dakota -
From the creator of No Game No life comes the mechanical series of Clockwork Planet. A series that holds interesting premise of what the world would be like as a singular machine as well as all the ups and downs of that comes with it.
Good and interesting start
From the creator of no game no life comes clockwork planet a series where our planet was on the verge of breaking down until the greatest inventer Y using nothing but gears rebuilt the earth before dying. Our main character Naoto is a loser that likes mechanic things more than anything, he has a unique gift which is he can hear almost anything and everything that is going around him with this he fixes Ryuzu a robot that fell from the sky on to his house and has been asleep for centuries with Ryuzu forming a contract with Naoto what will happen next? This book is pretty plain from the side and back but the front is nice However the boxes inside are pretty huge since it's a long book like a light novel I recommend this book the characters look and seem cool and story looks unique. I already pre ordered volume 2, I hope you give it a try it's different from the anime going on right now.
Beautiful art and a great main character
by Ashten -
I'm not a sci-fi type of person, but I love this series so far. The art is really good, and I liked how it's taller than a usual Kodansha volume. What made this volume so enjoyable to me was the main character, Naoto. He's cute both in looks and personality, and I like how his relationship with Ryuzu isn't really romantic. I'm not into romance, but it's nice to see how he cares about her without being in love with her (though it's entirely possible he will be in love with her later on.) The idea that our main cast is actually a group of terrorists is also very interesting. Overall I really enjoyed this and plan to continue the series.
Amazing read, a must have!
by Tyrel G.
I bought this as the volumes 1 thru 5 bundle over the holidays (for a great price) and i have already finished. I will be re-reading this manga for sure. It is amazing! I can't wait to get volume 6 and then volume 7 in Febuary :)