Afro Samurai Vol Death isn t the end it s only the beginning Brutally wounded by the teddy bear headed master swordsman Kuma Afro awakens in the care of a village of people who each have been stricken by tragedy Yet

  • Title: Afro Samurai Vol 2
  • Author: Takashi Okazaki
  • ISBN: 9780765322395
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Death isn t the end it s only the beginning.Brutally wounded by the teddy bear headed master swordsman Kuma, Afro awakens in the care of a village of people who each have been stricken by tragedy Yet, unlike Afro, instead of letting their lives be overpowered by the thirst for revenge, they have embraced the teachings of the One and found peace.Their peaceful lives aDeath isn t the end it s only the beginning.Brutally wounded by the teddy bear headed master swordsman Kuma, Afro awakens in the care of a village of people who each have been stricken by tragedy Yet, unlike Afro, instead of letting their lives be overpowered by the thirst for revenge, they have embraced the teachings of the One and found peace.Their peaceful lives are soon changed forever, for wherever Afro Samurai treads violence is never far behind.Witness the origin of Afro Samurai and his ultimate showdown with No 1 in this explosive and shocking conclusion

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    1. Ok… I decided to read this so I can create my “afro-disiac” shelve… so today when they left me off early from work I stopped by B&N and asked Mr. Greg for a copy of this crap and took the opportunity to tell him how crappy and funny this movie is… when out of no where I see this dude holding a copy of this “book” and he ask me what did I think about the movie… and I’m like ermmm… it was the worse movie I’ve ever seen in my life!!! Freaking hilarious man!!! And the dude [...]

    2. 1) Deutsche Rezension2) English Review1) Deutsche RezensionDieser Manga war ziemlich dämlich. Die Geschichte von Afro als Kind und junger Mann war weit besser als der Rest, da es ihn als eine echte Person darstellt und nicht diese flache Mordmaschine die er sonst ist. Und auch die Hintergrundgeschichte macht klar wie besessen er ist, da er willens war seinen Erzieher zu töten nur um seinen Vater zu rächen.Was hier über diesen schwarzen Ninja gesagt wird sagt mir nachwievor nicht wer oder was [...]

    3. I wasn't very impressed with the ending to this duology. I much prefer vol:1. The story line made more sense. 2.5 stars.In Vol:1 of AfroSamurai, No.2 is seeking revenge for his father, who was killed by No.1. I'm not sure if this manga/graphic novel is referencing death or the grim reaper. I was super confused on who No.1 was. Anyways, No.2, goes on a killing spree in the first book trying to reach this sacred mountain where he will find his father's murderer. It doesn't matter who gets in his w [...]

    4. Quite the same experience as the first one, though there were some differences.Where the first volume was way too dark to make any sense of anything, I felt this problem was somewhat fixed here. That alone was a huge plus. The fights also seemed, at least on some points, more clear and more movie like and alive. Especially the "main" fight of the book with the Teddybear depicted in the cover looked great.But where the fighting got more clear, the story did not. Before this the story had been str [...]

    5. I love the melodramatic saga that is Afro Samurai's life. The movies are better than the books simply for the gorgeously bloody animation. The plot does go a little over-the-top, but Samuel L. Jackson wouldn't be associated with anything less!

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