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THE TIDES OF BATTLE The decisive battle between Arslan and Gadhevi has finally begun. Believing that he has the Parsian army isolated, Gadhevi sends his main forces against Rajendra in hopes of destroying the alliance between him and Arslan once and for all. However, the Parsians outsmart their enemies once again and join the battle just in time to turn the tables on Gadhev THE TIDES OF BATTLE The decisive battle between Arslan and Gadhevi has finally begun. Believing that he has the Parsian army isolated, Gadhevi sends his main forces against Rajendra in hopes of destroying the alliance between him and Arslan once and for all. However, the Parsians outsmart their enemies once again and join the battle just in time to turn the tables on Gadhevi. But when King Karikala regains consciousness, what will become of the two feuding brothers, and what will this mean for Arslan and Pars?


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THE TIDES OF BATTLE The decisive battle between Arslan and Gadhevi has finally begun. Believing that he has the Parsian army isolated, Gadhevi sends his main forces against Rajendra in hopes of destroying the alliance between him and Arslan once and for all. However, the Parsians outsmart their enemies once again and join the battle just in time to turn the tables on Gadhev THE TIDES OF BATTLE The decisive battle between Arslan and Gadhevi has finally begun. Believing that he has the Parsian army isolated, Gadhevi sends his main forces against Rajendra in hopes of destroying the alliance between him and Arslan once and for all. However, the Parsians outsmart their enemies once again and join the battle just in time to turn the tables on Gadhevi. But when King Karikala regains consciousness, what will become of the two feuding brothers, and what will this mean for Arslan and Pars?

30 review for The Heroic Legend of Arslan, Vol. 8

  1. 5 out of 5

    Emi

    Lo he pasado bastante mal con las escenas de batalla. Me encanta la estrategia y el politiqueo, pero no soporto verlo cuando se lleva a cabo por muy inteligente que sea. Soy contradictoria, pero no puedo evitarlo.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sinta Nisfuanna

    Adikalania, prosesi memutuskan sesuatu dengan pertarungan dua pihak yang hasilnya nanti dianggap sebagai jawaban para dewa. Rajendra vs Gadevi masing-masing menunjukkan jagoannya untuk bertarung dan pemenangnya akan menjadi Raja. Pihak Rajendra memilih Daryun. Baru di adegan kali ini, wajah garang Arslan muncul dan tidak hanya Rajendra yang kaget, saya juga kaget. :P Saya suka sekali ilustrasi dari wajah Gadevi yang membuat ekspresi gilanya sangat dapet. Btw, sepertinya lanjutannya bakalan lama d Adikalania, prosesi memutuskan sesuatu dengan pertarungan dua pihak yang hasilnya nanti dianggap sebagai jawaban para dewa. Rajendra vs Gadevi masing-masing menunjukkan jagoannya untuk bertarung dan pemenangnya akan menjadi Raja. Pihak Rajendra memilih Daryun. Baru di adegan kali ini, wajah garang Arslan muncul dan tidak hanya Rajendra yang kaget, saya juga kaget. :P Saya suka sekali ilustrasi dari wajah Gadevi yang membuat ekspresi gilanya sangat dapet. Btw, sepertinya lanjutannya bakalan lama diterjemahkan nih, karena sampai sekarang belum ada kabar-kabar terbit.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paul Spence

    I continue to love the art style and the way some of the expressions on the characters are drawn, I have to say! Some of them don't half make me chuckle! This volume has a fast pace with an excellently drawn battle that keeps you on the edge of your seat, with surprises popping up out of nowhere as Arslan and co face down Gadhevi....who really is such an arse let's be honest. Jaswant is back and I'm excited to see how he fits in with the group if he decides to join them! Daryun also has to figh I continue to love the art style and the way some of the expressions on the characters are drawn, I have to say! Some of them don't half make me chuckle! This volume has a fast pace with an excellently drawn battle that keeps you on the edge of your seat, with surprises popping up out of nowhere as Arslan and co face down Gadhevi....who really is such an arse let's be honest. Jaswant is back and I'm excited to see how he fits in with the group if he decides to join them! Daryun also has to fight against a monster for Rajendra as his proxy in a battle for the throne against Gadhevi, which makes for quite the tense situation as Daryun might not be as indestructible as we all think he is. Gadhevi might be an arse, and Rajendra is still, at least for me, kind of untrustworthy...but I do like their father. Poor guy. I have to say, there was a really nice moment in this volume, there's one heartbreaking scene towards the end that allows you to see the parallels between Jaswant and Arslan as characters. Arslan makes him an offer and while we're left hanging on his answer, I've seen the anime so I know what his answer is but there is the odd chance things could differ! I do like to see he and Arslan working together though. Salima is most certainly up to something but I don't know what...perhaps trying to secure her position? She wasn't in the anime so she's an unknown quantity to me, but she's certainly adding an interesting and unpredictable element to the story! I'm wondering if we'll get to see more of her now....I'd be quite excited to as well! One chapter has mostly come to a close with this volume, so it'll be interesting to see where this adventure takes us next. While it is largely following the anime, there's been quite a few differences so far so I'm not actually sure what to expect next! This is another excellent volume, with the action, humour and fantastic characters we love so much!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Wren

    I completely ship Daryun. Not with anyone; just by himself. Because he's amazing. As always, he shines in this one. I'm loving the parallels between Jaswant and Arslan, as well as the contrast between Rajendrah and Arslan. I'm excited to keep reading. I completely ship Daryun. Not with anyone; just by himself. Because he's amazing. As always, he shines in this one. I'm loving the parallels between Jaswant and Arslan, as well as the contrast between Rajendrah and Arslan. I'm excited to keep reading.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Isel

    First time I really worried about Daryun! In my mind that dude can't be defeated by anything but I feel like this is the first time he has actually gotten injured 😱 I knew he wouldn't die but man... Speaking of death... I should have know that old man would die before he could say anything 🤦 First time I really worried about Daryun! In my mind that dude can't be defeated by anything but I feel like this is the first time he has actually gotten injured 😱 I knew he wouldn't die but man... Speaking of death... I should have know that old man would die before he could say anything 🤦

  6. 5 out of 5

    Arsenic

    Encore un tome plein de combats et de violence (du sang partout ! ^^). Par contre, je suis toujours autant frustée qu'on en sache si peu sur Arslan... Je pensais pas dire ça au départ, mais vivement le retour du mec au masque ! :D Encore un tome plein de combats et de violence (du sang partout ! ^^). Par contre, je suis toujours autant frustée qu'on en sache si peu sur Arslan... Je pensais pas dire ça au départ, mais vivement le retour du mec au masque ! :D

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    It feels great to get back into the series I like!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    Another good volume.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    I was enjoying this series, until the part with the elephants. This volume seemed to take the story in a unwelcome direction.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Khari

    この巻の戦いは最高だった! ダリューンは特にかっこよかった。男の中でも男だ。レゴラスよりかっこよかった。両方は一人で像を倒したけどダリューンの方は現実的だった。:) 次巻を楽しみ!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Hadlai

    Appalling cliffhangers.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Melisande

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  13. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan Hawthorne

    Chronique sur mon blog. Je me fais la réflexion depuis plusieurs tomes que c’est bien dommage qu’on ne trouve pas en introduction, au tout début de chaque tome, des pages récapitulatives des personnages comme cela se fait beaucoup dans les mangas. Peut-être parce qu’il y a tellement de personnages (et nul doute que de nouveaux vont arriver) que cela serait complexe, mais il me semble que ce serait fort bénéfique (et pas seulement parce que ça m’aiderait à orthographier correctement les prénoms de Chronique sur mon blog. Je me fais la réflexion depuis plusieurs tomes que c’est bien dommage qu’on ne trouve pas en introduction, au tout début de chaque tome, des pages récapitulatives des personnages comme cela se fait beaucoup dans les mangas. Peut-être parce qu’il y a tellement de personnages (et nul doute que de nouveaux vont arriver) que cela serait complexe, mais il me semble que ce serait fort bénéfique (et pas seulement parce que ça m’aiderait à orthographier correctement les prénoms des personnages ! ). Il me semble que c’est le tome où il y a le plus de tension depuis le début de la série : on a suffisamment eu le temps de rencontrer les personnages et de s’attacher à eux pour craindre pour leur vie, d’autant qu’on sait que la mort peut arriver à tout bout de champs dans Arslân. La bataille avec Sindôra promet d’être aussi complexe qu’annoncée. Sans parler de ce duel entre Daryûn et un adversaire redoutable. C’est là qu’on voit la maîtrise de la narration des auteur⋅ices : tous les combats que Daryûn a pu gagner haut la main jusqu’ici permettent de comprendre à la lecture à quel point l’adversaire est de taille (sans jeu de mot). Autant de situations tendues qui ont retenu ma respiration jusqu’au dénouement des combats et duel, non sans perte malheureusement. Même si nous avions déjà eu un très bon aperçu de la cruauté de Gahdehvî, on a la preuve dans ce tome qu’il est tellement aveuglé par son égo et sa soif de pouvoir qu’il prend les pires décisions. La première bataille montre les fameux éléphants de guerre de Sindôra en action et j’ai beaucoup apprécié le discours sur ces derniers, comme quoi ils ne sont pas qu’une arme mais des créatures sentientes (bon, ce qui rend la situation pire encore quelque part puisque pourquoi s’en servir comme des armes dans ce cas-là ?). Visuellement, Hiromu Arakawa arrive à les rendre très impressionnants tout en présentant des scènes de combat toujours pleines de mouvements mais très lisibles. Arslân continue de faire preuve d’ingéniosité et de bravoure, et sa troupe continue de prendre soin les un⋅es des autres et c’est un plaisir à voir.

  14. 5 out of 5

    John

    That was a none too subtle contrast of Arslan and Gadhevi to open this one. The complete disregard of the human cost of their conflict as the petulant brothers whined to their recovered father was pretty disconcerting too. How exactly did they stop warring so quickly to pull that return to the capital off? And I wasn’t fond of the battle of champions for rule. But damn can Arakawa sensei draw a one-on-one showdown! The main story seems to only advance in fits and starts through the Sindhura stor That was a none too subtle contrast of Arslan and Gadhevi to open this one. The complete disregard of the human cost of their conflict as the petulant brothers whined to their recovered father was pretty disconcerting too. How exactly did they stop warring so quickly to pull that return to the capital off? And I wasn’t fond of the battle of champions for rule. But damn can Arakawa sensei draw a one-on-one showdown! The main story seems to only advance in fits and starts through the Sindhura story arc, but the dial should turn up as we return to Peshawar. Jaswant will make for a potentially interesting new ally for Arslan. A good volume with the usual fantastic art, but too many contrived/convenient story elements. Unfortunately, my expectations are through the roof with this series. Overall it is brilliant!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Yuyine

    Encore un tome passionnant et riche en événements! J’aime tellement chaque personnage que ça devient un vrai plaisir de les retrouver! Et quelle intensité dans la scène la plus épique de ce volume! J’ai adoré!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nhi Linh

  17. 5 out of 5

    Anna

  18. 4 out of 5

    kaiden

  19. 4 out of 5

    Arky

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elenora

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ahmet

  22. 4 out of 5

    Frankie L. Heath

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amy

  24. 5 out of 5

    Guillaume

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alory Shannon

  26. 5 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl

  27. 4 out of 5

    RK

  28. 4 out of 5

    Luhnàtic

  29. 5 out of 5

    ReadingFrog

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo

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