Series: Soul Eater

Author: Atsushi Ohkubo

Soul Eater, Vol. 08 (2000)
4.43 of 5 Votes: 4
So to put it simply, I don't normally give a manga series that looks like scrapped Tim Burton characters and more action than substance a rating this high. To put it specifically; Soul Eater is balls out entertaining as balls with balls on top. It's a prototypical school-fantasy series that tries...
Soul Eater, Vol. 03 (2010)
4.43 of 5 Votes: 3
Again, the volume was ruined by a single-page spread near the end. Other than that, you're pretty good to go.EDIT: Another reviewer brought up something I was thinking but wasn't quite sure I should mention (because I skipped over the graphic stuff). These characters are almost all children. What...
Soul Eater, Vol. 02 (2010)
4.48 of 5 Votes: 5
So to put it simply, I don't normally give a manga series that looks like scrapped Tim Burton characters and more action than substance a rating this high. To put it specifically; Soul Eater is balls out entertaining as balls with balls on top. It's a prototypical school-fantasy series that tries...
Soul Eater, Vol. 01 (2009)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 3
I had seen the show, and expected subtle differences in the show to the manga. I found reading it more enjoyable, and felt that it made the show a little less childish, which was a bonus because the aspect I like isn't the childish humor. It introduced Maka, Soul, Black Star and Tsubaki in a vent...
Soul Eater, Tome 1 (2009)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 2
This was an amazing manga! The storyline is simply awesome, and I love how there is almost more than 1 pairs of main characters, (about 3). They all have funny individual personalities, and all the extra details are really cool like with the 99 human soul and 1 witch's soul.The only things I didn...
Soul Eater #1 (2010)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 1
So to put it simply, I don't normally give a manga series that looks like scrapped Tim Burton characters and more action than substance a rating this high. To put it specifically; Soul Eater is balls out entertaining as balls with balls on top. It's a prototypical school-fantasy series that tries...
Soul Eater, Vol. 1 (2014)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 2
For vol. 1-13Was told to read the manga after watching the anime and feeling like it was a let down in the end. Ohkubo definitely has a very active imagination, and has a very quirky, pleasing drawing style. HIs world is rich and full of great, multi-faceted characters. It's well-worth the read.D...
Soul Eater, Band 1 (2009)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 3
I bought this a couple of days ago after seeing the first couple episodes of the anime and I've been reading volume after volume ever since then! Though I must say that the artwork in this volume is very messy and made it quite difficult and frustrating to read through. If I did not pick up volum...