The Deal: Sakura Kinomoto has been gathering the Clow Cards for a while, her magic is growing stronger, her rivalry with Shaoran Li is turning into something that feels a lot more like friendship, and she still has the world's biggest crush on her brother's best friend Yukito.
But new challenges are coming her way, particularly after the arrival of Kaho Mizuki, a beautiful substitute teacher that shares a past with Toya (Sakura's brother). Oh, and she also has strong magical powers.
And, as Sakura races to catch the rest of the Clow Cards, these tangle with the people she loves the most in the world.
My Thoughts: Card Captor Sakura Vol 2 picks up right after the ending of Volume 1 and it goes all the way till The Judgement - where it will be decided if Sakura is worthy of the cards or not - and it's just so cute!!
I've talked about the story before, so I won't go into deep detail. Mostly I want to talk about the edition. I once again went and bought myself the Omnibus/Dark Horse edition, and it's lovely. Great quality in the paper, brand new translation and some full color illustrations.
I so love this story, and I love seeing it in such a lovely format.
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