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  • May 16, 2003
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+5
There is very little to add to all the great and well deserved complements that this series has earned however I neglected to purchase this copy (starting at issue 13) because I have the entire Dark Horse run. However I happended to leaf through this issue at a local store and found to my shock that the first 8 stories were totally unknown to me.

They are first rate although for the first two stories the art seems uneven as if the Artist hadn't settled exactly how Ito would look.

The 8th story where Lone Wolf is revealed as the Shogun's former executioner is the best of the lot. The final story is Issue #1 from the Dark Horse series.

Even that story has some slightly different translation in the dialoge and is worth your attention for that.

Whatever the reason this is the finest comic series that I have seen in my 28 years of collecting. There is not a better choice for your money.

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Dark Horse Comics is proud to present one of the authentic landmarks in graphic fiction, Lone Wolf and Cub, to be published in its entirety for the first time in America. An epic samurai adventure of staggering proportions -- over 7000 pages -- Lone Wolf and Cub (Kozure Okami in Japan) is acknowledged worldwide for the brilliant writing of series creator Kazuo Koike and the groundbreaking cinematic visuals of the late Goseki Kojima, creating unforgettable imagery of stark beauty, kinetic fury, and visceral thematic power that influenced a generation of visual storytellers both in Japan and in the West. Don`t miss this monumental monthly release, twenty-eight volumes, with each collection approximately 300 pages!
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ISBN-10: 1569715025
ISBN-13: 978-1569715024
Author: Kazuo Koike
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
Publisher: Dark Horse
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