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With these two characters, one with the guilt of many generations, and one bearing the naivete of a young buck, comes an odd sort of tenderness to April 06, Samurai Executioner v. It centers around Kubikira Asa before his legendary duel with Lone Wolf. In the Edo Era of Japan he does his duty as an executioner. As much as he ends lives, those lives change him altering his perspective on concepts of honor and what it means to live and die. Every chapter is a new death sentence and a window into the life and times of the Japanese people during that historical period. Kazuo Koike does a masterful job of giving us intriguing new insights into the human condition as well as paying meticulous detail to capturing the factual historical and political details of life in Edo era Japan.
The story telling is powerful emotionally as he explores Within the Japanese comics industry, Mr. Koike is unusual in having achieved the pinnacle of fame and admiration as an author alone. Unlike Western comics, where the a split in creative roles is standard enough that Wizard lists the hottest writers against the hottest artists, in manga editorial philosophy is normally that the artist should also write.
For example, of the 37 manga that ran in the January issue of Kodansha's Afternoon magazine-home to many Dark Horse titles including Blade of the February 01, Samurai Executioner v. Shinko and the policeman who apprehended and then married her are both drawn into the case of "The Bamboo Splitter. Thereafter, the clever murderer is sent to "Toothless Yoshichi," a torturer who extracts a full confession with unusual, quasi-erotic techniques. The linked stories share with their predecessors plenty of eroticism that is more gritty and sordid than loving and that is resolved in compassion.
Compassion is, of course, the touchstone characteristic of the figure common to all the stories, Asaemon the January 05, Samurai Executioner v. Shinko is stealing policemen's weapons by distracting them with her tattoo and the shapely body on which it is graven. It's a campaign to have her father, sentenced to die, released; if he isn't, she says she'll use the stolen weapons for murder.
Execution has been postponed, and Asaemon appears only to push the plot by urging no further delay. The story's male star is one of the robbed policemen, whose own charms so allure the The brutality certainly won't be for everyone, but the historical and culture exploration can be really intriguing. Aug 30, Vittorio Rainone rated it it was amazing. Mar 26, Angel rated it it was amazing Shelves: manga-manhwa-etc. I continue reading this series. The characterization and stories continue to be very good, though the last story in this set is one I may have to reread again.
How the Executioner narrows down the culprits in his investigation is quite interesting, and it is reflective of his character. The story of the arsonist was quite interesting as well, with a solution that some may disagree, yet fits perfectly. Like the previous volume, this one was very easy to read once I sat down to read it.
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Overall, t I continue reading this series. Overall, this is an excellent series. Sep 07, Coryke rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels. I'm reading this series concurrently with the Lone Wolf and Cub series. While the latter seems to be far more well known and regarded, the Samurai Executioner series seems to be captivating my interest more. Also, while both heroes frequently seem almost too good at everything they do, the tragic tenor of Samurai Executioner balances that out nicely.
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I liked the art style, but didn't care for the story or all of the rape and creepiness in it. I didn't know what exactly was going to happen in this book since I bought it at the Half Price Books warehouse sale last month and didn't look much at it.
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The story was a little interesting, just not what kind of manga I'm interested in. Aug 11, Murray McConnachie rated it it was amazing Shelves: manga , ebook , in-library. Jan 26, Eric rated it really liked it. La calidad de las historias, sin entrar en el contenido, es muy buena.
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Jul 08, Sonic rated it really liked it. This one did not completely blow my mind like the first one did, but still pretty superb. Mar 12, Nuno rated it it was amazing Shelves: read , manga-comics Masterful art and storytelling: the last story of the volume is quite an example of these two characteristics.
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Jan 03, Geoff Sebesta rated it it was amazing. I was not expecting to like this but it was great. It's sort of feudal Japanese noir, and it's honestly pretty fucked up stuff.
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