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Ueki no Housoku Plus  
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From Endless Abyss:

The Law of Ueki plus takes place 2 years after the end of The Law of Ueki, everyone has gone there own way and life has become peaceful again until one day Ueki saves a dog only to stumble upon a plot to steal the memories from all the people of earth. Ueki as the only person who did not have his memories taken, must go into a new world and retrieve the stolen memories where new allies, foes and powers await.


Related Series
Ueki no Housoku (Prequel)

Associated Names
Law of Ueki Plus
The Law of Ueki Plus
Ueki no Housoku Purasu

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Endless Abyss

Latest Release(s)
v.5 c.46 (end) by Endless Abyss (2318d ago)
v.5 c.44-45 by Endless Abyss (2332d ago)
v.5 c.43 by Endless Abyss (2353d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
5 Volumes (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?

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User Rating
Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (150 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.37 / 10.0
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Last Updated
June 8th 2015, 12:13pm PST



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Weekly Pos #1127 increased(+124)
Monthly Pos #1803 increased(+695)
3 Month Pos #4145 increased(+310)
6 Month Pos #4479 increased(+1169)

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On 309 reading lists
On 304 wish lists
On 543 completed lists
On 18 unfinished lists
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by metamike
December 8th, 2008, 8:28pm
Surprised no ones commented on this yet - 30 whole chapters translated. I enjoyed it, read through all 30 in no more than an hour though, simply because this is a "pure shounen", so much of the cliched dialogue can be ignored.

Don't expect romance, don't expect gore, don't expect to fully understand the storyline. Expect what you'd expect from most shounens - Warm fuzzy feelings when the good guy does the right thing, and laughs at the quirky little jokes that actually seem funny now and then.

B.t.w. You don't need to read the prequel to get this. From what I can tell nothing happened of importance in the prequel, or at least everything that happened was in some way canceled out or taken out of the picture for THIS manga.
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Semi-good standalone, but horrible as a sequal   
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by Tetsamaru
January 25th, 2011, 3:01am
Standard shounen fare. The first series was pretty darn good as it waited till the last battle to do the usual lawlPower vs Lawlpower. Everything in the first series was more about utlizing your powers to the fullets in a mix of brain and brawn. The first series gave you time to genuinly care about the characters.

This "Sequal" is everything the previous is not, and not in the good way. I cant help but feel that the Manga-ka decided to just scrap this manga and opted for a fast ending. I have to admit, i did not like at all the it started, but i still gave it a chance hoping the manga-ka would pull out some interesting stuff. Also i like the first series so much so i was hoping for the same love and effort to be put here. It was sadly not. Won't spoil ofcourse but the the first 4 volumes really did a good a job of introducing and starting off the Plus manga. Then volume 5 kicks you in the balls. The Manga finishes itself and all the central problems in 1 volume. The entire last volume was rushed out so fast that if you blink once, you miss it. I didn't like the plot twist, but i was also willing to accept it as long as it was fully given time to write itself out. But since the plot twist as well as EVERYTHING is solved pretty much in the last couple of chapters not far from when it was introduced, I feel like I didn't read some chapters. Heck, i feel like I missed some volumes. The fact that you can seriously read this without reading the prequal means this also fails as a sequal. But if you did read the 1st series first, the love you had for it doesnt transfer over to this at all since this Plus series is 1 giant reset button.

No offense to the manga-ka. But do yourself a favor. Read the prequal first. If you really loved the prequal, then dont read this one. The 1st series has an ending that already wraps itself nicely. Honestly, after reading this, i may just write my own doujin about how Plus "could've" been.
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by 04801
February 20th, 2014, 1:25am
Jesus, for 99th time, shounen just means more for younger males. Like with any genre (except shoujo; always having the distinct art), nothing else is affected. Shounen has feel-good and idealistic themes with no gore? Are you kidding?? You really must not know much manga, then.
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Time Killers   
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by france
December 12th, 2008, 11:50pm
The sequel to Law of Ueki and still pretty good. Like how metamike commented before, it is a generic shounen, but not the ones that make you throw up. It is an especially good time killer, something to kill the time. As a shounen, the chapters kind of give a good suspense at the end of each scanlation. If you like supernatural power, persistant hero shounens, then i recommend this book. everything metamike said, i agree on and i dont really have anything bad to comment on except for low popularity.
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