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ISBN:1591160766
Author: Sukehiro Tomita,Nao Yazawa
ISBN13: 978-1591160762
Title: Wedding Peach, Vol. 1 (Wedding Peach Series)
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ePUB size: 1365 kb
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Language: English
Category: Comics and Graphic Novels
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (August 21, 2003)
Pages: 192

Wedding Peach, Vol. 1 (Wedding Peach Series) by Sukehiro Tomita,Nao Yazawa



Book 1 of 7 in the Wedding Peach Series. I first came across this because the mangaka, Nao Yazawa, made friends with my mother on Twitter thanks to a mutual friend also on Twitter. She is a really nice lady and has cats just like us, so she is always talking to my Mummy about her cats and our cats, and also sharing ideas about Japanese food. A dedicated Wedding Peach fan will find volume one interesting. A first time fan will probably really get into the story around volume three. But remember, you cannot enter a story several chapters ahead.

Wedding Peach Manga: The more Wedding Peach and her friends Yuri and Hinakiku discover about their new-found magical powers, the more Rain DeVilla and her evil henchmen vow to destroy them. In the never-ending battle between love and hate, three young girls are the world's last line of defense against the onslaught of evil. The story follows Momoko Hanasaki, a junior high school girl who is in trouble between the Angel World and the Devil World  . Author Tomita Sukehiro, Yazawa Nao. Artist Tomita Sukehiro, Yazawa Nao.

Wedding Peach, Vol. 01 book. Mit der siebenteiligen Mangareihe "Wedding Peach" präsentiert das Autorenduo Nao Yazawa und Sukehiro Tomita einen absolut süßen Magical-Girl-Manga. Die Zeichnungen sind sehr niedlich gehalten, tendieren immer wieder in Richtung des Chibi-Stil. Dadurch wirkt das ganze süß und kindlich und eignet sich auch für eine jüngere Leserschaft.

Wedding Peach is a shōjo manga written by Sukehiro Tomita and illustrated by Nao Yazawa that was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Ciao magazine. In North America, it was translated and published by VIZ Media in its entirety, consisting of six volumes.

Series Name Author/Artist. Read online manga - kissmanga. Author: TOMITA Sukehiro, YAZAWA Nao. Status: Completed Views: 7,734 Bookmark. Wedding Peach vo. 07 c. 01. 06 c. 05.

The more Wedding Peach and her friends Yuri and Hinakiku discover about their new-found magical powers, the more Rain DeVilla and her evil henchmen vow to destroy them. In the never-ending battle between love and hate, three young girls are the world’s last line of defense against the onslaught of evil.

Series: Wedding Peach (1). Members. Yazawa, Nao. - main author. Work-to-work relationships.

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Wedding Peach and her friends, Angel Lily and Angel Daisy, join forces to fight the evil Rain DeVilla.
Reviews: 7
Rainpick
Momoko is an ordinary junior high school girl who really loves weddings. She likes to watch her parent's wedding video over and over and over again. She also likes to try on her mother's wedding dress and dreams about getting married. Her mother is now dead, but she has the dress and her mama's wedding ring for mementos and which she plans to use for her own wedding. She has a huge crush on the school soccer team's captain, but he doesn't know it. She doesn't let this stop her mooning over him with her two friends, Yuri and Hinagiku. They have the perfect excuse to do so, as they are reporters for their school's newspaper, so get to come to every match and take lots and lots of pictures of their idol.

But one day when there was a soccer match, Momo was late. She had been watching the wedding video again and trying on her mother's wedding dress and admiring the wedding ring instead of getting ready to go. Yuri and Hinagiku laugh at her mooning over weddings as she has never had a boyfriend, but as Momo points out, neither have they. They just love to admire Kazuya, the soccer team captain But love is about to become very important indeed, as Momo's mother's ring turns out to be one of the rings from the Four Sacred Somethings and forces of evil are out to get it. Why? Because once they capture all four of the items from the Four Sacred Somethings, all love will disappear from the world. Momo is shocked and surprised when first a pretty bad guy named Pluie shows up to steal her ring and attacks her friends, followed by a beautiful guy named Limone who hands her a make up compact with the goddess of Love, Aphrodite, inside it who gives her a magic spell to say. This transforms Momo in a wedding dress wearing superhero named Wedding Peach (Momo means peach in Japanese, by the way).

Things get even crazier as the bad guy reappears and demons attack, determined to achieve the evil plan created by grumpy Rain DeVilla. Good thing Momo has such great friends, as it is Momo's love for them that gives them the power to also transform so that they may win against their attackers. Becoming Angel Lily and angel Daisy, they fight alongside Wedding Peach to save the world from a lack of romance and shallow friendships. Love must conquer the day as the hateful forces of evil plot to take over humanity. Will the girls manage to master their powers? Will they actually be able to completely defeat their lovely nemesis? Will they find true love? And what about the soccer games? It is one laugh after another as the three clueless friends try to live life as ordinary junior high school girls and save the world.

A lot of people say this is a lot like Sailor Moon. I have to say as a fan of the mahou shoujo (magical girl) genre, that I find this quite different from Sailor Moon. It is not a copy, though it has similarities that are shared not only by series such as Sailor Moon, but also Tokyo Mew Mew and other titles in this particular genre. The girls are all in junior high; the girls all are chosen by someone else and given magical powers, and they all transform using a girly object (these are all things a bride uses at a wedding). Wedding Peach takes itself a lot less seriously than Sailor Moon and Tokyo Mew Mew, with the whole notion of romance and all types of love being worth fighting for. They are not fighting to find and reunite with a long lost true love; they are not saving the universe from aliens: they simply are saving love itself. Momo's wedding daydreams make her the perfect heroine as she is already obsessed with the idea of love and marriage, and all the Valentine's Day type stuff that goes with it. Thanks to Limone and Aphrodite, she also learns that there are different kinds of love, such as the kind you have for close friends who feel like family, and so on.

The wedding dress costumes, both in long and in mini-skirt versions, make for a new take on the super hero costume and make the stories even funnier. It is all something that is not to be taken seriously, though the messages about the value and power of love are ones that are very meaningful. The art style is pure shoujo, with large eyes, lots of flowers, and pretty sparkles, as well as lots and lots of guys who are beautiful rather than handsome. It kinda reminds me of the art from Sailor Moon and the covers of Itazura na Kiss (I'm not old enough to read that one yet but Mummy's read the ones that are out), but it is not a copy. Instead, it tells me that it was drawn and written when certain drawing styles were popular as these titles were all first created in the 1990s. This manga may be over ten years old, but it is every bit as good as the new stuff coming out. In fact, it is much better than some of the new stuff that is getting printed in English.

I first came across this because the mangaka, Nao Yazawa , made friends with my mother on Twitter thanks to a mutual friend also on Twitter. She is a really nice lady and has cats just like us, so she is always talking to my Mummy about her cats and our cats, and also sharing ideas about Japanese food. This made me want to read the manga she wrote, especially when I found out it was mahou shoujo (magical girl) because that is my favourite kind of manga ever. I got a copy of this first volume for my birthday,and I am ever so thrilled to not only have found such a great manga treasure, but having the privilege of knowing the mangaka. It available to buy as a paperback from Viz Media, and rated T for Teen. I am 9 years old but there was not anything I could not understand nor any scenes inside it that I could not see on Cartoonito. I am going to say the rating is more because it is about love and wanting a boyfriend, which some younger kids might think is not cool. I really love it though and am collecting all the manga volumes and have asked for the animé version for Christmas.

(This is a guest review written by my 9 year old daughter, Emi-chan and posted by me ^_^)
Shakanos
Yes, I know Wedding Peach looks a LOT like Sailor Moon, but you have to give it a chance.
I first came upon Wedding Peach a few weeks ago. I fell in love the moment I saw it. Not just because I'm a Sailor Moon/Tokyo Mew Mew fan, but because it was so...creative. they really DO fight for love (hence the name "Wedding Peach"). The artwork is SUPER!!! This is by the author of "Baby Birth".
Here is some info you may find interesting:
The main character is Wedding Peach (Momoko). Her three companions are Angel Lily, Angel Daisy, and Angel Salvia. Something I found to be VERY cute is that their items go with the rhyme "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue..."
Wedding Peach = Saint Something Old-Saint Crystal
Angel Lily = Saint Something Blue-Saint Strahl
Angel Daisy = Saint Something Borrowed-Saint Tornado
Angel Salvia = Saint Something New-Saint Tiara
Isn't that cute? Now for the artwork. It is ADORABLE!!! It has a cuteness that can rival CLAMP! Now that is a BIG accomplishment, seeing as how CLAMP is the best illustrator(s) in the world of manga.
Get this manga NOW! There are only 6 volumes (1 released so far in the US), so it's OK if you get hooked! Hope to see you later with a Wedding Peach book in hand! Ja ne!
Saintrius
The art is really cute. I'm always after a good magical girl story, but this book moves at a quick pace and just seems to go thru the motions of establishing magical girls and villains. Not a lot of substance.
Prorahun
LOVE IT
Hiylchis
You've just transformed into an angel of love and told that you must fight devils. WHAT ON EARTH JUST HAPPENED HERE!!!?!?!?!?!?!
That's exactly what happens to Momoko Hanasaki, daughter of the angel Celestia. Devils from the Demon Realm are on earth, threatening to steal all energies of love and replace it with hatred. Momoko and her friends Yuri, Hinagiku, and Scarlet are out to battle with the demons as the angels Wedding Peach, Lily, Daisy, and Salvia!
Along the way, new friendships are found, and many secrets are revealed.
Don't miss out on this new shoujo sensation! Be sure to get the anime too when it comes out on DVD in APRIL 2004!!!
Kalrajas
Wedding Peach takes a definite shoujo-magical girl fan. The series is the epitomy of shoujo-magical girl so if you aren't a fan, you will not like Wedding Peach. It's a story about a typical girl with two best friends who fight to keep love in the human world. Though the best part about the whole series is the relationships between the characters; which is the actual backbone of the story. Take away the frills and magic wands, you still have a remarkable story about teenage love.
A dedicated Wedding Peach fan will find volume one interesting. A first time fan will probably really get into the story around volume three. But remember, you cannot enter a story several chapters ahead.
Moswyn
I have seriously waited patiently for years for any Wedding Peach manga/anime to come out in English. It was seriously the happiest day when I read that the manga was coming out. Wedding Peach is one of my favorite animes (others include Cardcaptor Sakura, Fushigi Yuugi, Escaflowne, and Ceres) and I recommend this manga to any one who like shojo. It's just the best!