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Usagi Yojimbo

Author: Stan Sakai
Publisher: Milwaukee, Oregon : Dark Horse Books, 1997-
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First edtionView all editions and formats
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Set primarily at the beginning of Edo period Japan (early 17th century), with anthropomorphic animals replacing humans, this manga series features a rabbit ronin, Miyamoto Usagi, who is partially based on the famous swordsman Miyamoto Musashi. Usagi wanders the land on a musha shugyo (warrior's pilgrimage) occasionally selling his services as a bodyguard.
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Genre/Form: Graphic novels
Comic books, strips, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stan Sakai
ISBN: 156971259X 9781569712597 1569712921 9781569712924 1569712972 9781569712979 1569713758 9781569713754 1569714134 9781569714133 1569714592 9781569714591 1569715238 9781569715239 1569716609 9781569716601 1569718830 9781569718834 156971973X 9781569719732 1593072201 9781593072209 9781593073190 1593073194 9781593075491 1593075499 9781593077839 1593077831 9781593079475 1593079478 9781595822987 1595822984 9781595827265 1595827269 9781595829108 1595829105
OCLC Number: 55944463
Description: volumes : chiefly illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 8. Shades of death --
9. Daisho --
10. The brink of life and death --
11. Seasons --
12. Grasscutter --
13. Grey shadows --
14. Demon mask --
15. Grasscutter II : journey to Atsuta Shrine --
16. The shrouded moon --
17. Duel at Kitanoji --
18. Travels with Jotaro --
19. Fathers and sons --
20. Glimpses of death --
21. The mother of mountains --
22. Tomoe's story --
23. Bridge of Tears --
24. Return of the Black Soul --
25. Fox hunt --
26. Traitors of the Earth --
27. A town called Hell --
28. Red Scorpion --
29. 200 Jizzo.
Other Titles: Usagi Yojimbo (Dark Horse Books)
Responsibility: created, written and illustrated by Stan Sakai.

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Set primarily at the beginning of Edo period Japan (early 17th century), with anthropomorphic animals replacing humans, this manga series features a rabbit ronin, Miyamoto Usagi, who is partially based on the famous swordsman Miyamoto Musashi. Usagi wanders the land on a musha shugyo (warrior's pilgrimage) occasionally selling his services as a bodyguard.

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