XxxHolic

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Del Rey/Ballantine, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 180 pages
21 Reviews
FINAL VOLUME
 
Kimihiro Watanuki has passed through many trials by fire. Once an indentured servant, he has matured and become the poised and skilled keeper of the shop that grants wishes. But Watanuki’s final wish is for himself: to meet the witch Yűko one more time. With Yűko long vanished from our world, is it even possible? That question and others are answered now in the concluding volume of the bestselling manga xxxHOLiC!
 
xxxHOLiC crosses over with Tsubasa, also by CLAMP. Don’t miss it!
 
Available on DVD from FUNimation Entertainment
 
Includes special extras after the story!

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A lovely ending to a lovely series. - Goodreads
I definitely have mixed feelings about the ending. - Goodreads
And the artwork was perfect. - Goodreads
... and I loved the basic premise so much. - Goodreads
I'm still processing the ending. - Goodreads

Review: xxxHolic, Vol. 19 (xxxHOLiC #19)

User Review  - Maria Ella - Goodreads

Once the egg is used, Watanuki's timeline will move - ergo, he will die forgetting the person he cares the most. That is why the CLAMP decided for the series to have an open ending, having the last ... Read full review

Review: xxxHolic, Vol. 19 (xxxHOLiC #19)

User Review  - Jessica Hollo - Goodreads

Glad to see this series ending before it got too tedious. I am appreciate that we got to see a glimpse of the previous shopkeeper, but somewhat annoyed that the final egg is never resolved. The final volume however feel final, even though it jump ahead large chunks of time. Read full review

About the author (2012)

CLAMP is a group of four women who have become one of the most popular manga artists in the world - Satsuki Igarashi, Mick Nekoi, Mokona Apapa and Nanase Ohkawa. They started out as doujnishi (fan comics) creators, but their skill and craft brought them to the attention of publishers very quickly. Their first work from a major publisher was RG Veda, but their first mass success was with Magic Knight Rayearth. From there, they went on to write Cardcaptor Sakura and Chobits, two of the most popular manga in the United States. CLAMP is also the author of Tsubasa, another title brought to you by Tanoshimi.

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