Pandora Hearts

Pandora Hearts

Vol. 4

Graphic Novel - 2011
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"As Oz Vessalius and his valet, Gilbert, catch up with dear Uncle Oscar, they fail to notice an alienated Alice stumbling into a trap set by the Cheshire Cat. When they are spirited away to Cheshire's lair, they must find a way to enter the sealed dimension of lost memories, hoping to find out more about Alice's past."--From publisher.
Publisher: New York : Yen Press, 2011
Branch Call Number: YAGN MOC v.4
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill. ; 19 cm


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I really love how Pandora Hearts is so dark, sad, and bloody in some points and at the same time, some humor in it too! XD Pandora Hearts is epic!


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Feb 08, 2012

*WARNING: DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU HAVE NOT READ VOLUME ONE AND MAYBE TWO, IT CONTAINS SPOILERS* Pandora is an organization that moniters the Abyss, a realm of darkness and chaos, and anything to do with it, including chains, beings born in the Abyss. Fifteen-year-old Oz Vessalius was dropped into the Abyss after being accused of a sin he knows nothing of, and managed to escape only after entering a "contract" with the humanoid chain Alice, who escaped from the Abyss to look for her lost memories. After retreiving Gil's hat and being reunited with Uncle Oscar, violet-eyed chain Alice and Pandora's carefree Xerxes Break suddenly go missing. Oz and his servant Gilbert, with help from Break's companion Pandora's Sharon, must enter a dimension dominated by a "special" chain called the Cheshire Cat, who is the one who kidnapped Alice and Break in order to find them. But there are still questions - who exactly is Jack Vessalius? What do the Baskervilles, Pandora's enemies, want exactly with Oz? And why did Alice loose her memories in the first place?


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Jun 05, 2012

"You're ... Noisy ..." ~ either Echo or Noise

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