Vagabond, Vol. 8

  • Title: Vagabond, Vol. 8
  • Author: Takehiko Inoue
  • ISBN: 9781421522821
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • Vagabond Vol ConfrontationMusashi has returned to Kyoto one year after he last attempted to take on the mighty Yoshioka School and the entire city is abuzz anticipating the rematch to come When the elder disciple
    ConfrontationMusashi has returned to Kyoto one year after he last attempted to take on the mighty Yoshioka School, and the entire city is abuzz anticipating the rematch to come When the elder disciples of the Yoshioka discover the unbelievable progress Musashi has made along the way of the sword, they plot to defeat him however they can even if it means resorting to dishConfrontationMusashi has returned to Kyoto one year after he last attempted to take on the mighty Yoshioka School, and the entire city is abuzz anticipating the rematch to come When the elder disciples of the Yoshioka discover the unbelievable progress Musashi has made along the way of the sword, they plot to defeat him however they can even if it means resorting to dishonorable means.

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    About Takehiko Inoue


    1. Takehiko Inoue is a Japanese manga artist, best known for the basketball manga Slam Dunk, which has become a success both in Japan and overseas Many of his works are about basketball, Inoue himself being a huge fan of the sport, and many Japanese children started to play basketball because they read the manga This in turn helped make basketball popular in Japan and across East Asia.Inoue has been drawing manga mainly in male oriented magazines His name is ordered as Takehiko Inoue on his books sold in North America through Viz Media Vagabond, Slam Dunk, and Real , although Gutsoon Entertainment s earlier Slam Dunk translations in North America used Inoue Takehiko.Source


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    1. 4.5 Stars Volume 22 - 4 Stars I don't care what anyone says, Musashi is invincible - I just loved seeing him in this volume, I've missed being immersed in his journey and seeing how much he's grown as a swordsman and man in general. I'm interested to see where this drama is going, Matahachi has finally been captured and Sasaki is being used. Will Musashi remember their encounter, will he know who he's fighting ? - and vice versa. I'm so intrigued to see where these both their journeys are taking [...]

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    2. This, the eighth, Vizbig Vagabond collection is one of the best so far in a superb range. If you have not read the first seven volumes this is far from the ideal place to start - many established characters appear briefly and their significance relies upon having read earlier volumes. This volume deals with the build up to the duel mentioned in volume 7 and focuses on the characters and relationships of the duellists to those around them and in their past. A masterpiece creation of a great story [...]

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    3. The artwork in this series seems to get better and better and that says alot. The details in the drawings and Inoue's ability to draw faces and express emotions is amazing. I also enjoy the storylines converging. The different personalities and physical statures of the main characters reflecting their own unique personalities.

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    4. Best in a while with the main characters crossing paths and (as usual) leaving you with a good cliffhanger

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