Frau Faust, Vol. 5

Frau Faust, Vol. 5 Review

REUNIONS AND DEPARTURES

With the help of Marion and Nico the homunculus, Johanna reaches the great belfry where Mephistopheles’ head is kept. Johanna is nearly finished with the century-long game she’s played with her demonic companion, but with Johanna’s body slowly shrinking away and the church stopping at nothing to prevent her unholy reunion, will she accomplish her goal before it’s too late?

FINAL VOLUME

Title:Frau Faust, Vol. 5
Edition Language:English

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    Frau Faust, Vol. 5 Reviews

  • Patty

    I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!I am not 100% happy with the ending but I still think it was a good ending. ...

  • Laura

    An appropriately convoluted, dramatic, and touching ending to this fascinating gender bent riff on Faust. Beautiful art. Recommended!...

  • Doc

    Don't lose your head.Cast free as the bells in the great belfry rang Johanna doesn't have much time left or body as the damage she suffered to find out where Mephistopheles's head has shrunk her even ...

  • Heather  Silvernail

    I really liked this series and wish there'd been at least another volume. I want to read more but I also feel like I missed something at the end and I feel like that volume could explain it to me slow...

  • Julie

    This series was a fun little adventure. I really enjoyed this series all the way to the end.Also, I think it's rather unusual for a manga's ending to be left open to interpretation like this. Since Jo...

  • Jenny

    What a great ending to a great series! The series was short, but it was definitely worthy of a 5 star rating. I will say that it definitely requires time to absorb the lore and all of the nuance, but ...

  • Amy

    I never expect this kind of retelling from Dr. Faustus. When I read about him from Shakespeare, he sounded eccentric and tragic. This Faustus is more lovable and with all those supernatural surrounds ...

  • Joanna Duque

    How can i read this 😩...

  • Fairytaillover22

    4.5 starsThe conclusion was perfect for this series: a slight mix of ambiguity and dastardliness....

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    That cover. Good volume....