Blade of the Immortal, Volume 15: Trickster

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Blade of the Immortal, Volume 15: Trickster
  • Hiroaki Samura
  • English
  • 04 December 2017
  • 9781593074685

About the Author: Hiroaki Samura

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


Blade of the Immortal, Volume 15: Trickster[PDF / Epub] ✩ Blade of the Immortal, Volume 15: Trickster ☉ Hiroaki Samura – Johndore.co.uk Kidnapped and bound by three Ittoryu warriors, Rin is unable to warn her bodyguard Manji, the immortal swordsman, that he's heading into a trap To make matters worse, the Ittoryu possess a large dose Kidnapped and bound by the Immortal, MOBI ô three Ittoryu warriors, Rin is unable to warn her bodyguard Manji, the immortal swordsman, that he's heading into a trap To make matters worse, the Ittoryu possess a large dose of kessensatsu, the Blade of Kindle - only poison known to damage Manji's blood and severely cripple his regenerative abilities And is Mugairyu assassin Giichi following Manji in order to help rescue Rin or will he just stick around long enough to finish off any of the Immortal, ePUB ´ survivors?.

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10 thoughts on “Blade of the Immortal, Volume 15: Trickster

  1. Sydneroo says:

    Rating: 7.29/10.00 | 🌕🌕🌕🌗🌑

    This volume seemed to focus more on introducing more new characters than following the older ones we already love and know or that we love to hate. It made this volume not as thrilling for me but still excellent.

  2. John Wiswell says:

    My great praise for this volume is base. The first five chapters, from which the Trickster name is derived, are a hundred pages of bloody massacres. Manji takes an unexpected ally into a pair of duels to the death that are almost painfully beautifully drawn and etched, and intricately plotted across panels. It’s some of Samura’s finest choreography, with clever choices left subtle but perceptible in the instants these panels zip by, while also being among the most chilling and brutal. I tore through the first half in twenty minutes; I couldn’t slow myself down. It was too compulsive a read, even if it’s certainly too violent for general audiences.

    This volume also has a staggering frequency of Samura’s most detailed art, in both quiet scenes and battles. The contrast of clothing, faces and backgrounds often drops both dot-pseudo-coloration and negative space to make image after image pop. There’s such life in the wrinkles on an old man’s face, and the same care to the wounds on Manji’s chest. I had to go back and re-read several chapters just to catch up on appreciating the levels of detail. Though generally a prose guy, there’s more beauty to the way he draws luggage than anyone’s ever imbued into words describing it.

  3. Shea says:

    badass

  4. Drizztl says:

    7.5/10

  5. Nidah (SleepDreamWrite) says:

    Good volume.

  6. Vitor Frazão says:

    Filho da puta. Tenho de admitir que esta não estava à espera. Pelos visto o autor não conseguiu livrar-se da personagem, é o problema com os melhores vilões...

  7. Waterfall says:

    At one point I went wow, that's gorgeous about a page in a fight scene. That's when you know a book deserves five stars. :~)

  8. Matt says:

    You know what would help? A diagram of the different agencies: bakufu, banshu, metsuke, and their relation to the shogun.