Blade of the Immortal, Volume 6: Dark Shadows

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Blade of the Immortal, Volume 6: Dark Shadows
  • Hiroaki Samura
  • English
  • 22 January 2019
  • 156971469X

About the Author: Hiroaki Samura

See also the Immortal, MOBI ô Hiroaki Samura is a Japanese writer illustrator and creator of Blade of the Immortal, as well as several other short works He has also done various illustrations for Blade of Kindle - magazines and ero guro work He has an ero guro book out that is mostly a compilation of some of the work he has createdHis favourite bands are Queen, Black Sabbath of the Immortal, ePUB ´ and Jittarin Jin He likes Black Sabbath so much he named one of his characters, Kuroi Sabato literally a translation of Black Sabbath , in Blade after the band.


Blade of the Immortal, Volume 6: Dark Shadows[KINDLE] ✽ Blade of the Immortal, Volume 6: Dark Shadows By Hiroaki Samura – Johndore.co.uk Manji, a ronin warrior of feudal Japan, has been cursed with immortality and to rid his eternal suffering and lift the curse, he must slay one thousand enemies, and his quest begins with a young girl Manji, a the Immortal, MOBI ô ronin warrior of feudal Japan, has been cursed with immortality and to rid his eternal suffering and lift the curse, he must slay one thousand enemies, and his Blade of Kindle - quest begins with a young girl who seeks revenge on her parents killers.

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10 thoughts on “Blade of the Immortal, Volume 6: Dark Shadows

  1. Nicolo Yu says:

    I ve heard a lot about Eisner Award winning American reprint of a Japanese manga that I just had to try it when I chanced upon a few random volumes in a bargain bookstore.Dark Horse made this book left to right reading orientation instead of the original Japanese right to left It didn t settle for a straight mirror image though, but reposted the original panels to make it aWestern reading experience The publishing company took care to respect the author s original intentions Blade of the I ve heard a lot about Eisner Award winning American reprint of a Japanese manga that I just had to try it when I chanced upon a few random volumes in a bargain bookstore.Dark Horse made this book left to right reading orientation instead of the original Japanese right to left It didn t settle for a straight mirror image though, but reposted the original panels to make it aWestern reading experience The publishing company took care to respect the author s original intentions Blade of the Immortal is a much darker read than the usual shonen manga that I follow It appeals to a much mature audience My only gripe is that it end abruptly and I have no idea where to get the next volume This title is definitely on my hunting list every time I do my regular bargain book hunting

  2. Sydneroo says:

    I loved having the back story of the Itto ryu but missed Manji and absolutely hate Shira Surprised at my 3 star rating myself Lowest volume so far Eating a pet dog also made me want to throw up Some things I can t stomach and that is one of them As Shira would say I m such a women for saying that.

  3. Matt says:

    It s at this point that I start to lose track of the characters and the different factions I think this is not helped by the fact that some of the characters are nondescript in appearance or look like other characters I think is also in part to the fact that the illustrations are in black and white That said, the art is beautiful and characters remain complex The story remains interesting and nobody s quite all good.

  4. John Wiswell says:

    While Samura s art style has matured past the stage of excessive blood and gore, the narrative of this volume returns to some juvenile excuses for fight scenes A character shows up, is introduced and kills someone in the first seventy pages While the characters seem interesting and have promise, excessive violence is the biggest weakness of this series Blade of the Immortal needs to be careful to earn its violence, and execution like this makes it seem like a perverse wish fulfillment The tr While Samura s art style has matured past the stage of excessive blood and gore, the narrative of this volume returns to some juvenile excuses for fight scenes A character shows up, is introduced and kills someone in the first seventy pages While the characters seem interesting and have promise, excessive violence is the biggest weakness of this series Blade of the Immortal needs to be careful to earn its violence, and execution like this makes it seem like a perverse wish fulfillment The translation also suffers in this volume, with countryside language making for some embarassing lines, like, I don t care where you go in this world a man who strikes a woman is a damned rascal This is uttered before the speaker snaps a man s neck.The big positive of this volume is that it propels the Itto Ryu plotline out of its introductory phase Their sword school is applying to be part of the government, and there are shadowy forces working for and against it Political intrigue mixes with the violence and backstabbing, and nagging questions, like why the government hasn t come after them before, are answered Manji doesn t even show up until the last quarter of this volume, when other schools ironically try to coerce him into helping fight the villains he s been against all along Their error highlights their own insecurities and questionable morals, casting another layer to Blade of the Immortal s moral dimension, as well as setting up a heck of a ride in the chapters ahead

  5. Shea says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Fuck you Shira for decapitating a dog Fuck you Shira for killing Taito s whore This whole thing would have gotten a five IF YOU DIDN T KILL THE GODDAMN WHORE or the dog.

  6. Adrian says:

    Entertaining, violent ninja lore A great sketchy look helps to complete the experience.

  7. Alex says:

    its awesome love the series

  8. Kayla says:

    I m still not sure how I feel about this series I m a little annoyed that they aren t marked with what order they re supposed to go in so I accidently read number six instead of number four.It s good to see the characters growing and developing.Shira can die in a hole.

  9. Drizztl says:

    7.5 10

  10. Tom Bell says:

    A lot of character development in this one so not my favorite of the series but hopefully the buildup pays off.