Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 8: Shades of Death

Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 8: Shades of Death Review

Collects the first six issues Usagi Yojimbo as well as stories from issues 7-8 of the Mirage run....

Title:Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 8: Shades of Death
Edition Language:English

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  • Keith

    I haven't read any Usagi in a long time, but seeing new issues makes my heart all fluttery every time I'm at the comics shop -- it's so good, so simple, and so consistent that I have nothing but happy...

  • Crystal Starr Light

    Bullet Review:As always, fantastic - even more so with the appearance of the Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtles!...

  • htanzil

    Miyamoto Usagi, adalah samurai yang hidup di penghujung abad ke 16. Jalan hidupnya sarat dengan pertempuran. Ia hidup pada zaman dimana para tuan tanah (Lord) harus bertarung guna memperebutkan tanah ...

  • Madhurabharatula Pranav Rohit Kasinath

    Usagi Yojimbo, on the surface is a simple concept. Anthropomorphic animals in 16th century Edo Japan - with the narrative centering around a "Long Eared Samurai", a Rabbit - the eponymous Usagi of th...

  • Scott Lee

    I've wanted to try Usagi Yojimbo for a long time. I kept seeing collections in the library. I thought I was picking up the character's beginning, but apparently what I've got is the first collection p...

  • Alan Earhart

    I love the stories about young Usagi while he was studying with Katsuichi! I'm not a big Turtles fan, however, which is why I only rated this collection as a 3. However, the stories are good and I rea...

  • Nicolas

    Withdrawn in the lines of Sakai I was amazed! Although I haven't read the previous chapters, I easily got in the story and enjoyed the crossover with TMNT! Need to read the rest!...

  • Madeline Disckson

    ok...

  • DaViD82

    Osmá kniha začíná zatím nejslabším kouskem v celé dosavadní sérii; což je dvojnásoob nešťastné, jelikož jde o stěžejní příběh. Bohužel jsou Zelené stíny poplatné době i tehd...

  • Iain

    Usagi Yojimbo is way better than the tales of a cartoon rabbit samurai has any right to be.The genius of Stan Sakai lies in simplicity. Usagi and his co-stars are not complex characters: like the art,...