Unlimited [Mystery Book] ó Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Official Casebook Vol.1 - The Phoenix Wright Files - by Kenji Kuroda Capcom Ô

  • Title: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Official Casebook Vol.1 - The Phoenix Wright Files
  • Author: Kenji Kuroda Capcom
  • ISBN: 9780345503558
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback

  • OBJECTION Only one name strikes fear into the hearts of evildoers everywhere Phoenix Wright, ace attorney Join Phoenix Wright and his adorable assistant Maya plus Miles Edgeworth, Detective Gumshoe, Franziska von Karma, and others as they investigate twenty intriguing cases And find out why Phoenix Wright has devoted his life to fighting injustice
    Kenji Kuroda Capcom
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    This was weird. It was too weird. I enjoy playing the game but this is a book of short stories, very weird short stories. I didn't enjoy this, didn't really have anything of substance at all.

    Nicolo Yu
    This was a disappointing read. It wasn't what I was expected. I got this book after hearing of high praise for the original video game. If the main character made it to the line-up for what is currently the best fighting game, the latest installment of Marvel Vs. Capcom, he must be popular and well-liked enough to merit the inclusion. I actually wanted to see a lot of courtroom action and suffice to say I didn't get any. It's a collection of one-shot stories from various artists that barely have [...]

    Diana Welsch
    OK, OK. I am a nerd. I am aware of this fact. But I read this in an afternoon and really enjoyed it.It is a fan-made doujin that has been put out by Capcom, comprised of many short stories in the manga style. This means that the art style varies from story to story. Some are serious, some are funny; the characters' looks and tone may change radically from one story to the next. This does not bother me at all, in fact, I think the book is much richer for the variety.This manga is definitely for f [...]

    John Michael
    For every one good story I read in this collection, there were three complete trash stories. The goods ones are worth reading but they just don't make up for the bad ones enough.

    No rating? That can't be good. Its true for the first book on this review.Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Official Casebook Vol.1 - The Phoenix Wright Files VERSION: For the official phoenix wright manga scroll down further [on this site, they share the same page].Mainly just skimmed through this. Its a disappointment when I flipped through the pages and struggled to find a story with good art to catch my attention. OH THE ART.Most of the art in the book had an very ugly and unprofessional look to [...]

    Jayden is the Legendary Super Saiyan
    Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney is based of off the game franchise with the same name and this book takes place in a modern Japan like setting. Phoenix Wright has all the familiar characters that you may have seen if you played the games and they are all here in manga form. This book stars the defense attorney Nick Wright as the main character all though he is usually referred to as Phoenix Wright and his other friends and rivals also play a part in this book. First off we have Maya (Wright's assist [...]

    Kevin Magpoc
    It's hard to even tell if it's intentional, the way the introductory segment is so straight-faced and serious to the point that it misleads you about the tone of most of the following stories. But it was worth sticking through, since I did enjoy the utter sillies, which are reminiscent of Bobobo and Sgt. Frog (do they share artists/writers in common?). I am glad I read this after playing the first game, since although I don't recall any spoilerish material, I probably wouldn't have gotten much o [...]

    Online Eccentric Librarian
    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Honestly, you'd have to be a fan of the game that this is based off to get any enjoyment from it. For what we have here is a loose collection of fan-created stories that are all over the place - from random ghost defendants to pointless musings (where are the interesting court cases?). The stories are fairly short, art all over the place, and plotting/characters changing page by page. Nearly all the stories lack an arc or any kind of [...]

    Kim Dyer
    A collection of doujinshi based around the popular Nintendo series. This is definitely a comic for fans as if you really need to have played at least the first three games to get all of the jokes and fully understand the characters. There is also no continuous story - the comic is made of many short, light-hearted adventures which are usually focused on Phoenix and Maya.The art of the stories varies wildly, sometimes great and other times a bit amateurish and most of the stories were forgettable [...]

    I think if I had known that this was a collection of doujinshi (fan-made comics) going in I wouldn't have had as high of hopes. As it is, each of the stories is a few pages long, and while the art is fun, only two or three stories have a plot that is something besides hamming up already hammy characters. My favorite part of the games was always the thrill of bringing in new ridiculous evidence in a trial, and this never came up (but might have been a limit of the short comic form). Disappointing [...]

    A light-hearted series of vignettes based on the best-selling Capcom videogame series for the DS, this manga captures the charm of the games if not the intelligence. Because the story is a collection written by a slew of guest artists, the quality of both art and story varies from page to page. It isn't the best manga I've ever read, but it's a nice fix for those who want more Phoenix Wright, Maya, Pearl and Co.

    As a fan of the Ace Attorney series, I really enjoyed this. The crazy antics that happen in every mini-story are hilarious, and I love the little references the writers put into them. That being said, I feel like you have to be an Ace Attorney fan to get the most out of this as this book doesn't explain who any of the characters are, and expects you to have beaten all the games. So, if you haven't played any of the Ace Attorney games, don't buy this unless you're curious.

    Kind of like an official doujinshi for the Ace Attorney video game series (actually, that might be exactly what it is). Reread because it is always surefire hilarity, though my favorites are the comic about trying to create a waterfall for Maya, and everything with Godot!Because you can't go wrong with Godot.

    Joseph Young
    Although I haven't played any of the Phoenix Wright games, this book is quite hilarious. There seems to be a lot of in-jokes that you might not get, or that would take significant thought to get if you haven't played the games. Still mostly enjoyable for someone only barely familiar with this world.

    Holly Letson
    This doujinshi anthology was quite enjoyable, even though I have never played the videogames. The only thing that really bothered me was the character inconsistencies among the story, especially how Pearls looked different amongst several stories. Also, the contrasting stories about stray cats where Phoenix says they can keep it and the other where he says that they cannot.

    As much as my love of Phoenix Wright abides, this collection of short manga tales are too scattershot and the translation too spotty to make it a very enjoyable read. A lot of the in-jokes fall flat, even for a die-hard fan of the series.There are one or two interesting and laugh-out-loud funny moments, but far too few to warrant a true recommendation.

    Claire C.
    Ok, I admit, this is an excellent adaption of Phoenix Wright. Instead of only focusing on trials and such, it focuses on little day-to-day stuff with the same characters. I also like the fact that it was drawn by many different illustrators. :-) 5/5.

    A good ol' legal manga for those looking for something new. This is based on a Capcom video game and features a pretty good one and done case in the first chapter, and then a second case which ends in a cliffhanger. Looking forward to volume 2.

    I wasn't planning on reading this book at first.In fact I didn't even know it existed but I am really happy that I did find this book. Even if you don't who Phoenix Wright is but you're a fan of manga you will enjoy it.

    First story was ok/good.But I was not aware this was an anthology like book with different artwork per story.I did not like that aspect of it.

    Something many fans of the games would enjoy. It's something you would need to read after playing the games otherwise a lot of the jokes and stories won't make much sense.

    Pretty good. The storyline is kind of confusing at times, but not bad.

    Derek Lee
    It was really good, and it's better compared to the game.Kenji Kuroda

    Not as good as the other Ace Attorney books as this one doesn't follow any cases, Its more of a comic strip book but still a must buy for any hardcore fan.

    I love me some Phoenix Wright, and there were some chuckles, but nothing that blew me away or anything.

    Love this DS game series. This book was simply a collection of random stories involving the characters. Rather disappointing.

    I registered a book at BookCrossing!BookCrossing/journal/12039906

    Monty Python
    I am not ashamed to admit that I read manga. Nor am I ashamed to admit that I read THIS manga. You can make fun of me when I start reading stuff like Suzuka. Which I won't ever do. So there.

    Really cute collection of really short stories by various manga artist, featuring the characters from the Phoenix Wright games. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys the games.

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      Published :2019-02-11T02:56:16+00:00