Thermae Romae, Tome 1

  • Title: Thermae Romae, Tome 1
  • Author: Mari Yamazaki
  • ISBN: 9782203049093
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thermae Romae Tome Lucius Modestus un architecte romain de l Antiquite boude par la profession decide d aller se detendre aux thermes Alors qu il s immerge dans l eau il se retrouve aussitot transporte dans le temps e
    Lucius Modestus, un architecte romain de l Antiquite boude par la profession decide d aller se detendre aux thermes Alors qu il s immerge dans l eau, il se retrouve aussitot transporte dans le temps et l espace, atterrissant dans un bain public du Japon contemporain Ces etranges voyages lui permettent de s inspirer des inventions japonaises et des techniques modernes pouLucius Modestus, un architecte romain de l Antiquite boude par la profession de cide d aller se de tendre aux thermes Alors qu il s immerge dans l eau, il se retrouve aussito t transporte dans le temps et l espace, atterrissant dans un bain public du Japon contemporain Ces e tranges voyages lui permettent de s inspirer des inventions japonaises et des techniques modernes pour briller a Rome et s attirer les faveurs de l empereur Hadrien.

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    1. Beh, visto che il film uscirà a giugno per quelli della Tucker Film (Friulians do it better!!) è il caso di mettersi finalmente a leggere tutta la serie. Avevo anche cominciato ma poi, con la scusa che i volumetti uscivano ogni morte di papa mi ero anche dimenticata di quello che stava succedendo. CosìAnche se di solito leggo solo è unicamente shojo, ogni tanto mi metto a leggere qualcosa di diverso. E Thermæ Romæ mi ispirava soprattutto per l'ambientazione italiana. Da quello che io ho ca [...]

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    2. BecauseI saw some scenes of the film and ROTFLMAO XDDDIt might be a lapse of judgement caused by Yuri on Ice butI'm fine with it. XD (Blame the latter on figure-skating-season-craziness xDDD)

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    3. Je ne suis pas fana de mangas, en règle générale, mais celui-ci m'a vraiment séduite par l'originalité de son sujet !!En plus de nous faire passer un bon et drôle moment, l'auteure nous offre aussi quelques "leçons" sur le thème des bains de l'Antiquité à nos jours.Beaucoup d'éléments séduise l'"historienne de l'art" que j'ai été, étudiante, et j'ai enfin trouvé un manga que je ne trouve pas "nian-nian" ou violent !Le tome 2 vient d'arriver dans ma pal, et je me réjouis d'avanc [...]

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    4. Even by manga standards, this title is wonderfully odd. Lucius Modestus is an architect in the time of Emperor Hadrian specializing in public baths. When submerged in a bath, he somehow travels through time and space to emerge from a bath in modern day Japan. He notes the features of Japanese baths and bathhouses, and incorporates them into his own designs to great success upon returning to ancient Rome. Really. And it's fascinating. The formula never seems to get old. Mari Yamazaki's art is exc [...]

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    5. Bien documenté et original. On aurait cependant apprécié une histoire qui ne soit pas limitée aux hommes, puisque les femmes aussi sont utilisatrices de bains !

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    6. A travers ce premier tome, on sent que l’auteure s’est fait vraiment plaisir en abordant les thèmes de Rome et des bains, ses deux amours. D’ailleurs, vous retrouverez après chaque chapitre, quelques informations toujours intéressantes à lire. On découvre également, tout au long du manga, certaines traditions romaines et japonaises concernant le bain.Des illustrations entre la BD et le manga…Les dessins sont assez différents de ceux que l’on peut côtoyer dans les mangas japonai [...]

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    7. Manga super divertido e inesperadamente informativo também. A autora conseguiu detectar uma paixão em comum entre os japoneses e a galera da Roma Antiga: termas!É tudo explorado na visão do Lucius, um arquiteto romano que anda sendo criticado por não ser moderno o bastante, daí ele vai dar uma relaxada em uma das várias termas espalhadas por Roma, detecta um buraco no fundo de uma delas e acaba sendo transportado para o Japão dos tempos atuais. Tudo que ele encontra é obviamente um choq [...]

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    8. Ce manga est une comédie fantastique (fantasque?) un peu loufoque et même parfois grossière. Ce ne serait qu'un manga moyen (bon parce qu'hilarant, mais sans plus) si ce n'était des prémices plutôt ingénieux de cette histoire. Thermae Romae (les thermes, ou bains, romains en latin) n'est évidemment pas qu'une simple comédie. L'histoire est bien écrite et supportée par une recherche sérieuse du détail. Les dessins (particulièrement les visages et les arrières-plans) sont dans un st [...]

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    9. Great manga. I'm not a big fan of manga in general, but this is a blast. It's about an ancient Roman bath designer who "time slips" into modern Japan. Each chapter, his visit to Japan helps him solve some bath-related problem and become more famous as a bath designer in Rome. The twist: he thinks he's just getting washed up into some sort of "slaves' quarters" and assumes the "flat-faced tribe" he's meeting are contemporary slaves of the Roman Empire (at first, anyway). The stories are interesti [...]

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    10. Although I found the subject of this manga is quite unique, it certainly was not unique in the wide world of Japanese comics, which revel in niche subjects, like Mah-Jong and Sake brewing. The connection between Japan and Ancient Rome through the shared love of bathing and bathing culture was an interesting take, and one that I had given little thought before I read this volume. Although it was a comedy, the time travel trope and "flat-face" comments grew a bit weary, but still couldn't dim the [...]

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    11. C'est assez étrange de centrer un manga sur les bains, et finalement à partir de cet angle de s'intéresser et de comparer les civilisations de la Rome antique et du Japon moderne. Très sympa à lire, avec de très bon dessins, la série nous instruit plus qu'elle n'est amusante et est assez vite répétitive. j'ai été attirée par le graphisme de la couverture et l'originalité du propos, je lirais sans doute le deuxième tome mais au delà de ça le propos reste limité, et donne surtout [...]

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    12. Mirroring our lovely main character's thoughts, I must say that the japanese are way too advanced In comics. They have a popular series about an ancient roman architect stealing ideas for public baths' design from time-slips into modern Japan, which is actually a slightly erotic comedy series.It blew my mind and made me laugh, then run to the store and buy the second volume, so there. Mission accomplished, manga-ka. Now, how could I possibly simulate this effect into brazilian comics?

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    13. Completely fabulous. I can't imagine how this story came to be, but it's wonderful. Lucius Modestus saves the Empire one bath or toilet at a time, falling through a drain to voyage through time and space to modern day Japan. He is in constant anguish about how this barbarian culture can equal or even surpass Rome, at the same time ripping off their ideas for his commissions in the Roman Empire, winning the favour of the Emperor and citizens.

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    14. A surprisingly amusing series. The style fits the subject and setting perfect and I never anticipated a series about bathing and the construction of places for doing so could be so funny. There is some level of brilliance in translating how items which work in one era could be replicated in an entirely different one.

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    15. Un manga intéressant sur fond d'antiquité romaine. Les aventures du héros, architecte de la Rome antique, propulsé dans le Japon contemporain sont drôles et originales. Bémol cependant sur le graphisme que je n'ai pas particulièrement apprécié.Les ados sont plutôt enthousiastes à la lecture de ce premier tome affaire à suivre donc.

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    16. A struggling Roman bath designer takes the waters and emerges in present day Japan, each time returning with new ideas: onsen tamago, private toilets, and -- in an imitation of a flat screen TV -- an aquarium for Emperor Hadrian. Portugal resident Yamazaki's love letter to Japanese bathing culture.

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    17. The idea to bring a roman citizen into nowadays Japan gives us very funny sketches. I loved it!Un manga particulier qui nous fait rencontrer un ingénieur des bains romain qui se retrouve régulièrement dans le Japon contemporain. Des moments très drôles et une idée originale !

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    18. Narratively, it's so inept that it borders on camp, but it's also impassioned, and delightfully educational. And I do think it's pretty cool how the Roman manages to explain Roman bathing, and be our surrogate who needs Japanese bathing explained to him.

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    19. 電書で読了。いやー。面白かった!続編を期待!

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    20. Kind of a weird book an interesting concept but everything seems to be happening too easily. But nevertheless, I'm still going to read the other 3 books.

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    21. Very interesting. :-)

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    22. Super excitingThe story is so original and hillarious. Makes you love bathhouses. Lucius character is very adorable, and the drawings were very sensible and nice

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    23. This scores lots of points just for treating a completely ridiculous premise with respect and care.

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    24. Muito engraçado e espirituoso! Quero muito ler os outros volumes!

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    25. Interesting, funny and very original.

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    26. Hay ratos que resulta un poco "pedante", pero me tronché cuando el romano descubre los WC japoneses llenos de botoncitos Me dio la risa tonta

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    27. Easy reading, unconventional topic, interesting information, time travel and culture shock (Japan/ Ancient Rome) - enough to have a good time reading.

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    28. Original e divertido. A edição brasileira peca por colocar em notas de rodapé explicações já contidas no texto do mangá.

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    29. Just fun! Light hearted and fun!

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