The Water Dragon's Bride Manga Volume 1
About The Water Dragon's Bride Manga Volume 1
The Water Dragon's Bride volume 1 features story and art by Rei Toma.
In the blink of an eye, a modern-day girl named Asahi is whisked away from her warm and happy home and stranded in a strange and mysterious world where she is sacrificed to a water dragon god! What plans are in store for her, and what will happen when she comes face to face with this god?
A young boy named Subaru comes to Asahi’s aid, but despite his help, Asahi must endure a test of survival! Will she be able to make it out alive, or will she end up being sacrificed?
Ratings & Reviews
A Beautiful Manga Worth Your Time
by Gabrielle -
So what initially caught my attention when I saw this manga was the cover art. So beautiful I had to see more. Somewhat similar to the style of Kamisama Kiss, but also it's own. I thought it was a very interesting first volume, will definitely pick up volume. Hoping to see whether or not the pacing gets a little more smoother.
As Pretty as the Cover
by Sarah -
I bought this on a whim after reading a review. It's a very interesting idea. The art is astetically pleasing, though the cover is the only color page. The pacing is slow but enjoyable. There's a good chunk of the gods that have not been named yet, and there's an interesting dynamic between the Water Dragon and the other inhabitants of his world.
There's a good set up for the next volume with an interesting cliff hanger. Definitely worth picking up if you have an extra 8 dollars.
by Alexis P
I have fallen in love with this series! The main character has something interesting afflict her that I've never seen done to any other main character. The art is gorgeous, and the characters all have strong and interesting personality types. These are not your stereotypical profiles, I can't wait to see every character learn and grow. I recommend everyone give this one a shot. It's a mythical adventure with a fine balance of romance and tragedy.
Simple, yet complex
by Sara -
While it may start off with a simple story line if you stick with it the story and relationships get more complex and compelling.