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  1. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa

    I continue to read this, because this is CLAMP and I loved the original manga so much, but... I also keep asking myself WHY. Yes, this is a cute story and everyone needs something like that every once in a while, but I feel like this just doesn't have the soul the original story had. It's cute and nothing else. The plot moves at glacial pace, the characters are static (both in looks and behavior), no one but Sakura even gets a little bit of focus and them constantly talking about their smartphon I continue to read this, because this is CLAMP and I loved the original manga so much, but... I also keep asking myself WHY. Yes, this is a cute story and everyone needs something like that every once in a while, but I feel like this just doesn't have the soul the original story had. It's cute and nothing else. The plot moves at glacial pace, the characters are static (both in looks and behavior), no one but Sakura even gets a little bit of focus and them constantly talking about their smartphones is just weird. The art is still very cute, though and the nostalgia is definitely still strong. Aka I will continue to read that one. Also: 1.) Give me more Yue 2.) Give Tomoyo a girlfriend 3.) Please no to that new potential love story

  2. 4 out of 5

    Doc

    The 3rd book in the new Cardcaptor Sakura series where Sakura (now in middle school) has to deal with not only figuring out why her cards have gone clear but also returning to her roots as a cardcaptor and gathering new although often times similar cards to her old ones. Also with the addition of new student Akiho Shinomoto in the last volume we get to see more of her as she gets pulled into Sakura's group of friends. However some things she says make me curious if she will be connected to any f The 3rd book in the new Cardcaptor Sakura series where Sakura (now in middle school) has to deal with not only figuring out why her cards have gone clear but also returning to her roots as a cardcaptor and gathering new although often times similar cards to her old ones. Also with the addition of new student Akiho Shinomoto in the last volume we get to see more of her as she gets pulled into Sakura's group of friends. However some things she says make me curious if she will be connected to any future trials Sakura will have to face regardless of her lack of magical power (after all Yukito didn't show magical ability when he started out and worse case scenario Akiho might be someone's pawn. By the end of this volume Sakura will have acquired at least 4 more cards and we get a bit of a cliffhanger as a 5th causes trouble and tries to escape with Sakura hot on its tail. I have a feeling even though Sakura seems to be having a relatively easy time dealing with the new cards and there is not as much urgency as the original series that something is building up and only time will tell for sure. :) With all the cuteness and humor there are plenty of great book moments but Yue's deadpan responses to Kero over video conference contrasted the little guardian so well I found them hilarious. I hope you have your own favorite moments too. :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    star_fire13

    I really liked this one. Like before, there are some differences between the manga and the anime. This is most obvious in this volume. Syaoran is there for more Cards than in the show. Also: I'm super suspicious of Akiho. Like more so than I am in the anime. It's obvious that she's the one in Sakura's visions (although a tiny part of me thinks it might be Kaito??) but in the anime, she seems completely oblivious to it (she's the sleeping mortal form of some stronger magical being?) whereas in th I really liked this one. Like before, there are some differences between the manga and the anime. This is most obvious in this volume. Syaoran is there for more Cards than in the show. Also: I'm super suspicious of Akiho. Like more so than I am in the anime. It's obvious that she's the one in Sakura's visions (although a tiny part of me thinks it might be Kaito??) but in the anime, she seems completely oblivious to it (she's the sleeping mortal form of some stronger magical being?) whereas in this volume, she specifically says she came to Japan for a reason, specifically a book, then gets all shifty about it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Yasmin Halliwell Fraser Bower

    Loved the picnic, the flight card and the cuteness of it all. It's like a hug to the soul :3 Loved the picnic, the flight card and the cuteness of it all. It's like a hug to the soul :3

  5. 4 out of 5

    Diana Ramos

    The pace got a lot better in this one!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ken Yuen

    More CCS!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kelcey

    I cannot resist it <3

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jillian -always aspiring-

    2020 Read #285 Cute and fluffy stuff make the world go ‘round!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Clark

    The art is super cute, and I love the character interactions. The plot is rather slow, which is why I docked a star. I do think the mystery of who is in the cloak has been solved, but then why...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Fiona M

    Noticed a couple of errors in that some of the speech was in the wrong speech bubble but I am forgiving lol. Still enjoying. I think after volume 4 I will be up to where I stopped reading the scanned versions so should be a bit more of a surprise with the storyline!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Steff

    This is a cute continuation. However, i do hope that that one hinted at romance doesn’t happen.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cristina R.

    Okay, soooo more questions and barely something happening. I wondered about Tomoyo's character, how it will turn to be in this SakuraxSyaoran situation, but now I have more questions. How do these new cards work? Are they a new form of the old ones? Are they completely new? If so what happens to the old ones? How does Syaoran do this new thing of his? To not mention Akiho. I know these will likely be answered in the coming volumes but here I got one not really important answer and nothing else. CLA Okay, soooo more questions and barely something happening. I wondered about Tomoyo's character, how it will turn to be in this SakuraxSyaoran situation, but now I have more questions. How do these new cards work? Are they a new form of the old ones? Are they completely new? If so what happens to the old ones? How does Syaoran do this new thing of his? To not mention Akiho. I know these will likely be answered in the coming volumes but here I got one not really important answer and nothing else. CLAMP give me more please

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Wow, Loved it! Really enjoyed this volume and am really enjoying the new Clear Card Arc series both the manga and anime! can't wait to read volume 4 next month! : ) I Love CardCaptor Sakura so much, such a great series and definitely recommend! If you haven't read the original series though, I definitely recommend reading that first as this is a continuation series : ) Wow, Loved it! Really enjoyed this volume and am really enjoying the new Clear Card Arc series both the manga and anime! can't wait to read volume 4 next month! : ) I Love CardCaptor Sakura so much, such a great series and definitely recommend! If you haven't read the original series though, I definitely recommend reading that first as this is a continuation series : )

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vivian Lu

    Honestly, Clear Card is becoming more and more like a slowed down version of the original story. It’s cute and that’s about it. Also, I’m tired of these underaged romances. I’ll read one more volume but if I’m still feeling uninterested I think I might stop. It’s provably just me but I’m not falling for this new transfer student. It’s more like 2.5/5

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Disclaimer: I've blitzed all 4 (current) volumes of this today, so this review covers all four books since my overriding feelings are all pretty similar. Picking up after the end of Cardcaptor Sakura, Sakura is now headed off to Middle School, with her friends and her boyfriend Syaoran Li. But when a mysterious dream shows Sakura that her Sakura Cards have become blank, she's shocked to find that they are in reality too! A new key appears, and new cards along with it, as a new mystery begins to u Disclaimer: I've blitzed all 4 (current) volumes of this today, so this review covers all four books since my overriding feelings are all pretty similar. Picking up after the end of Cardcaptor Sakura, Sakura is now headed off to Middle School, with her friends and her boyfriend Syaoran Li. But when a mysterious dream shows Sakura that her Sakura Cards have become blank, she's shocked to find that they are in reality too! A new key appears, and new cards along with it, as a new mystery begins to unfold. This is pretty easy reading. It's fairly light on peril or high stakes, even when it's trying to have them, but it's still fun reading for the most part. The problem I have overall is that there doesn't seem to be much urgency in the plot; the new cards don't seem to want to do anything other than inconvenience Sakura and her friends, even the more dangerous ones like Gale, and the cards themselves seem to either be strange, like Siege, or just copies of previous cards like Flight and Aqua. There isn't much agency for Sakura either; she kind of just wanders into the plot rather than actively pursuing any goal, so it makes the card capturing seem inconsequential compared to her adventures with her friends. Eriol and Syaoran keeping secrets again doesn't help matters, and it does amuse me that Yue and Yukito can just swap whenever they want now, which is pretty funny. Saying that the humour in this is pretty good too, with some fun asides, although it can rely a bit too much on Kero being hungry. The art's gorgeous though; there's a lot of abstract shots when Sakura's fighting the cards which are very pretty. The series feels like coming home to an old friend so far, but it could definitely do with a kick in the pants in terms of story progression.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Miriam Dyck

    I still love it! The characters are still just just so charming! However...there really isn’t a lot of conflict. Like what is up with these cards? Clow cards were chaotic by nature thus the sense of urgency. Sakura cards were created out of the danger Eriol posed against Sakura. But the Clear cards are like “yeah we erased your old cards and now replacing them with the same cards that are slightly different”. Also they seem way easier to capture this time. I miss the days they had to break into p I still love it! The characters are still just just so charming! However...there really isn’t a lot of conflict. Like what is up with these cards? Clow cards were chaotic by nature thus the sense of urgency. Sakura cards were created out of the danger Eriol posed against Sakura. But the Clear cards are like “yeah we erased your old cards and now replacing them with the same cards that are slightly different”. Also they seem way easier to capture this time. I miss the days they had to break into places at night to get the cards and not just stumble upon them. Some character notes so far: The new character is Akiho who is kinda lame. She really is not providing anything new. She is kinda like a hybrid replacement for Rika (with her love story arc) and Eriol (as in we know she is totally somehow related to the plot issues some how). I hope she manages to break away soon and be able to become her own person but until then, she is just some Sakura clone. And I totally miss Syaoran freaking out over stuff. He use to be in completion with Sakura, then he was nervous around her/jealous of Eriol. But now he has really mellowed out. Like I’m not saying he always has to be that way but it wouldn’t hurt to see him get passionate once instead of just being smooth all the time.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

    I just received this book in the mail today and I'm happy to add it to my collection, but the manga is a bit behind compared to the anime, but there are differences so it's not boring to read. I just wish that I had more answers, right now I'm waiting for more episodes to be released and I was hoping the manga might get ahead of it, but as of right now, it's behind in the English versions. So I'll just have to be patient. I'm not going to say much about what was actually in the novel because it a I just received this book in the mail today and I'm happy to add it to my collection, but the manga is a bit behind compared to the anime, but there are differences so it's not boring to read. I just wish that I had more answers, right now I'm waiting for more episodes to be released and I was hoping the manga might get ahead of it, but as of right now, it's behind in the English versions. So I'll just have to be patient. I'm not going to say much about what was actually in the novel because it all starts blending with the newer episodes and I don't want to spoil anything. So I will leave it at that. I grew up with Card Captor Sakura, so there's definitely nostalgia every time I pick up a novel. I can't wait for the 4th volume to be released.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Katja

    I adore original CCS run and I really like Clear Card too but this volume was a bit jumpy. And by that I mean the scenes didn't always have smooth transition and I had to skip back to check I didn't jump a page myself. Other than that, catching new cards is pretty fun and the new characters bring nice mysterious element to the story. It's kinda repeating the original story but I like it anyway. Sakura is as sweet as ever and the art is gorgeous, especially when Sakura uses the cards' powers. Just I adore original CCS run and I really like Clear Card too but this volume was a bit jumpy. And by that I mean the scenes didn't always have smooth transition and I had to skip back to check I didn't jump a page myself. Other than that, catching new cards is pretty fun and the new characters bring nice mysterious element to the story. It's kinda repeating the original story but I like it anyway. Sakura is as sweet as ever and the art is gorgeous, especially when Sakura uses the cards' powers. Just wow!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Sakura is securing cards left, right and center in this one! You get to see a little bit of the new girl's house and see her titleless book. Syaoran and Sakura go on a date, which is interrupted by a card, of course. Art is still super cute. Still like the story line. I can't say that it progressed too far though. You still have no idea what everyone is hiding from Sakura. On to the next one! Sakura is securing cards left, right and center in this one! You get to see a little bit of the new girl's house and see her titleless book. Syaoran and Sakura go on a date, which is interrupted by a card, of course. Art is still super cute. Still like the story line. I can't say that it progressed too far though. You still have no idea what everyone is hiding from Sakura. On to the next one!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tatiana Dengo

    Despite the fact that the story remains as formulaic as always, at this point I'm just reading this because it brings me so much peace and joy. The art is so beautiful, flowery and glittery; and all of these characters are so innocent, optimistic and supportive. Imagining the existence of a world such as this one is so soothing. Despite the fact that the story remains as formulaic as always, at this point I'm just reading this because it brings me so much peace and joy. The art is so beautiful, flowery and glittery; and all of these characters are so innocent, optimistic and supportive. Imagining the existence of a world such as this one is so soothing.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dreximgirl

    This story is still ridiculously cute and so nostalgic for me. The cards being easier to capture make me think that the bigger plot may not be as worrisome as previous arcs have been but we'll see. My one complaint is not enough Touya and Yukito 😊 This story is still ridiculously cute and so nostalgic for me. The cards being easier to capture make me think that the bigger plot may not be as worrisome as previous arcs have been but we'll see. My one complaint is not enough Touya and Yukito 😊

  22. 5 out of 5

    Olivia

    Much shorter than the first two volumes. Still cute as all get out. I loved seeing Flight’s personality.

  23. 5 out of 5

    kerrycat

    SO MUCH CUTE but I'm a little concerned about Akiho's 'guardian' - is this another one of those inappropriate adult/child relationships? SO MUCH CUTE but I'm a little concerned about Akiho's 'guardian' - is this another one of those inappropriate adult/child relationships?

  24. 4 out of 5

    Fernanda

    Momo scares me, Kaito too. But it's so good. Momo scares me, Kaito too. But it's so good.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brenda A.

    Ok, the mystery is not bad, but let’s be honest, who is here just for SakuraxShaoran? No? Just me? Come on, it can't be just me. Ok, the mystery is not bad, but let’s be honest, who is here just for SakuraxShaoran? No? Just me? Come on, it can't be just me.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    I've always loved the art in Cardcaptor Sakura and it is still delightfully cute with a fun magic girl story =) I've always loved the art in Cardcaptor Sakura and it is still delightfully cute with a fun magic girl story =)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Schanze

    Another cute volume! I forgot how quickly these card capturing adventures go, lol.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Opal Harrison

    kind of less action-packed than the omnibus

  29. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    There is a plot there, but it’s pretty weak at the moment. It’s a but flimsy but it’s still enjoyable.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ledgismus

    This is just like reading the old series, feels like nothing's changed but at the same time everything has. Looking forward to how this all unfolds! This is just like reading the old series, feels like nothing's changed but at the same time everything has. Looking forward to how this all unfolds!

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