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Suddenly, a fleet of ships with mysterious super weapons called the “Fleet of Fog” appeared all around the world. Humanity didn’t have the technology to fight such a fleet, so they were driven out of the sea... Seventeen years after the battle, for some reason, Gunzou Chihaya and his crew mates aboard the I-401 and the personification (Mental Model) of the I-401, Iona, sta Suddenly, a fleet of ships with mysterious super weapons called the “Fleet of Fog” appeared all around the world. Humanity didn’t have the technology to fight such a fleet, so they were driven out of the sea... Seventeen years after the battle, for some reason, Gunzou Chihaya and his crew mates aboard the I-401 and the personification (Mental Model) of the I-401, Iona, started fighting the Fleet of Fog... Arpeggio of Blue Steel, Volume 4 Afer sinking the amalgamation of Kirishima and Haruna, I-401 departs for her home base Iwo Jima, but gets attacked by U-2501, a submarine of unknown nationality...! What's the objective of the mysterious vassel!? The tension reaches a new high in this fourth volume!!


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Suddenly, a fleet of ships with mysterious super weapons called the “Fleet of Fog” appeared all around the world. Humanity didn’t have the technology to fight such a fleet, so they were driven out of the sea... Seventeen years after the battle, for some reason, Gunzou Chihaya and his crew mates aboard the I-401 and the personification (Mental Model) of the I-401, Iona, sta Suddenly, a fleet of ships with mysterious super weapons called the “Fleet of Fog” appeared all around the world. Humanity didn’t have the technology to fight such a fleet, so they were driven out of the sea... Seventeen years after the battle, for some reason, Gunzou Chihaya and his crew mates aboard the I-401 and the personification (Mental Model) of the I-401, Iona, started fighting the Fleet of Fog... Arpeggio of Blue Steel, Volume 4 Afer sinking the amalgamation of Kirishima and Haruna, I-401 departs for her home base Iwo Jima, but gets attacked by U-2501, a submarine of unknown nationality...! What's the objective of the mysterious vassel!? The tension reaches a new high in this fourth volume!!

30 review for Arpeggio of Blue Steel, Volume 4

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth (Elzburg)

    These are really hard to review. There are so many perspectives, so I'll talk about those. Seeing the ships battle is always kinda weird because it's just the opposing ship members all yelling mumojumbo and numbers at eachother. So the 401 crew perspective is not my favourite. I like seeing the mental models going about their lives. Seeing what's up with them. My favourite mental model is called Hyuna(?) I think? Something like that. The one with the black pompom pigtails. We learn some more backs These are really hard to review. There are so many perspectives, so I'll talk about those. Seeing the ships battle is always kinda weird because it's just the opposing ship members all yelling mumojumbo and numbers at eachother. So the 401 crew perspective is not my favourite. I like seeing the mental models going about their lives. Seeing what's up with them. My favourite mental model is called Hyuna(?) I think? Something like that. The one with the black pompom pigtails. We learn some more backstory of the characters and there's some much needed world building... Except it just kinda created more questions than it answered. Whatever. Reading this volume I wasn't sure if I really cared to pick up the next volume, but I still kinda do want to. All of my Arpeggio of Blue Steel Reviews: Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4

  2. 4 out of 5

    jul

    "She's the only girl in Gunzou's heart." "Gunzou may have wanted to run away from the world that didn't allow her to exist." "She's the only girl in Gunzou's heart." "Gunzou may have wanted to run away from the world that didn't allow her to exist."

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

    The mecha art continues to astound, but I think I'm just not too terribly interested in naval combat, or at least not in the way ARK PERFORMANCE write it (I can enjoy space-navies in Legend of Galactic Heroes). This volume shows an interesting change for the story, with bigger focus on the humanity of the Fog's mental models, while specifically bringing Takao closer to the main characters, allowing for more "generic" anime hijinks with her crush on Gunzou. First, a main note of concern: this volu The mecha art continues to astound, but I think I'm just not too terribly interested in naval combat, or at least not in the way ARK PERFORMANCE write it (I can enjoy space-navies in Legend of Galactic Heroes). This volume shows an interesting change for the story, with bigger focus on the humanity of the Fog's mental models, while specifically bringing Takao closer to the main characters, allowing for more "generic" anime hijinks with her crush on Gunzou. First, a main note of concern: this volume's cover features mental model Kirishima in a form not previously seen, as the big battle in the previous volume had her with a coat and shit. So I'm sitting over here thinking "damn, nice hips and little titties, I wonder who this character is, she looks like she might have a very nice 2D ass," but then I think I googled it some time ago (roughly a year transpired between -buying- this volume and actually -reading- it) and found it was the same chick from earlier. Kinda feel like it's the fault of the artstyle that I didn't realize the similarities between versions of the character (it's really only the lock of hair dangling in her face that made me understand lol). Somewhat funny as an extension, there's a bit of a twist later in this volume about one character looking like someone else, and I had to flip around to see how this new character -wasn't- actually just Iona.... So anyway, Haruna washes up near the home of a little girl who was genetically engineered to help Japan develop weapons to use against the Fog. Haruna senses something similar between herself and this girl, so she sticks around. The girl's creator/"father" realizes the issue of letting the Fog into his house, but is pleased to have found a "friend" for the girl. So Haruna, like Takao before her, is starting to gain a bit more overt a sense of Humanity. Takao continues to be cute as fuck and/or really the most attractive character in the series (as we've not formally seen Kirishima in the clothes she wears on the cover). Actually, when Haruna is first seen in this volume, she's in nothing but lingerie, but she quickly retrieves her coat and tries to keep it on forever. I think her twintails are too thin-looking for my tastes (I appreciate volume at least on par with Tohsaka Rin from F/Sn), but they look good when she's disheveled and one of her pompom things is sliding down her hair. Hyuuga looks pretty good with her poofy hair and her quirky monocle, as well as her labcoat and pantyhose, but what's odd is I just googled her (to make sure I got her name right lol) and it seems the CG anime gives her bigger boobs than I recall from the manga. Odd. Still can't decide if I think Kongou is cute. The two Nagatos are cute, being the most explicitly Japanese-looking in their dress, which is surprisingly rare for series based on WWII ships (Azur Lane and Kantai Collection being the others I had in mind).

  4. 5 out of 5

    James

    The 401 stops in for repairs and crew changes. The Design Child Project.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Carroll (i_fucking_love_books)

    3.5 Stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Irwan

    Despite the battles of ships and the cuteness of the mental models of the fog ships, this episodes unveils the issues usually found in the stories about artificial intelligences and of course the human factors that create the unpredictabilities that make a story interesting. Cool artworks too!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

  8. 4 out of 5

    M.P. Shelford

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rob Woodard

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cheyenne

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

  12. 4 out of 5

    Wana

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mathew Pallett

  14. 4 out of 5

    Timo

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alchy

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kirry

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marc Ferriere

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lope Nieves

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brett Robinson

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jacob

  22. 4 out of 5

    RENE

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joshua

  24. 5 out of 5

    Maria Carmela

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lance

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lesilee

  27. 4 out of 5

    Bryan

  28. 5 out of 5

    Phùng Nghĩa

  29. 4 out of 5

    Adam

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bella

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