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The road to hell ends here! The final confrontation between ogami Itto and Yagyu Retsudo is finally at hand as the two ultimate swordsmen face off in a titanic struggle to settle their scores once and for all -- and determine the fate of the Lone Wolf’s Cub, little Daigoro!

Entire contents trademarked (® or ™) and copyrighted (©) 1986-2018 by Dark Horse Comics Inc. and its respective Licensors. Dark Horse, Dark Horse Comics, and the Dark Horse logo are trademarks of Dark Horse Comics, Inc., registered in various categories and countries.

4.5 Stars I've never read any Manga before and I was completely ignorant to its graphic novel style. I always thought the term Manga meant it would be over exaggerated and strange artwork with lots of nudity and killing, that's the impression I got from watching Manga anime such as Akira, Ninja Sc...
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OK, I get it. I love this. It’s like a perfect, hardboiled, Zen TV show with camera by Kurosawa and script by Basho. I started with Volume 2 (the one at the library) a year or two back and it didn’t quite touch me. But this, for the most part, despite its moral ambiguity and apparent lack of a We...
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4.5 stars. This is possible the greatest manga of all time. The tale of a samurai assassin and his son wandering feudal Japan is a true classic. This was originally published in the early 1970s, and I'm sure the idea of such an authentic and well-researched "comic book" was unusual at the time. T...
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The road to hell ends here! The final confrontation between ogami Itto and Yagyu Retsudo is finally at hand as the two ultimate swordsmen face off in a titanic struggle to settle their scores once and for all -- and determine the fate of the Lone Wolf’s Cub, little Daigoro!

The road to hell ends here! The final confrontation between ogami Itto and Yagyu Retsudo is finally at hand as the two ultimate swordsmen face off in a titanic struggle to settle their scores once and for all -- and determine the fate of the Lone Wolf’s Cub, little Daigoro!

Entire contents trademarked (® or ™) and copyrighted (©) 1986-2018 by Dark Horse Comics Inc. and its respective Licensors. Dark Horse, Dark Horse Comics, and the Dark Horse logo are trademarks of Dark Horse Comics, Inc., registered in various categories and countries.

The road to hell ends here! The final confrontation between ogami Itto and Yagyu Retsudo is finally at hand as the two ultimate swordsmen face off in a titanic struggle to settle their scores once and for all -- and determine the fate of the Lone Wolf’s Cub, little Daigoro!

Entire contents trademarked (® or ™) and copyrighted (©) 1986-2018 by Dark Horse Comics Inc. and its respective Licensors. Dark Horse, Dark Horse Comics, and the Dark Horse logo are trademarks of Dark Horse Comics, Inc., registered in various categories and countries.

4.5 Stars I've never read any Manga before and I was completely ignorant to its graphic novel style. I always thought the term Manga meant it would be over exaggerated and strange artwork with lots of nudity and killing, that's the impression I got from watching Manga anime such as Akira, Ninja Sc...
More

OK, I get it. I love this. It’s like a perfect, hardboiled, Zen TV show with camera by Kurosawa and script by Basho. I started with Volume 2 (the one at the library) a year or two back and it didn’t quite touch me. But this, for the most part, despite its moral ambiguity and apparent lack of a We...
More

4.5 stars. This is possible the greatest manga of all time. The tale of a samurai assassin and his son wandering feudal Japan is a true classic. This was originally published in the early 1970s, and I'm sure the idea of such an authentic and well-researched "comic book" was unusual at the time. T...
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A stoic Ronin wanders the countryside of ancient Japan, carting his small child in a vessel that more than meets the eye, with a banner to advertise: Son for hire, sword for hire.


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