Black Cat, Vol. 3: What the Living Can Do

Black Cat, Vol. 3: What the Living Can Do

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by Kentaro Yabuki
     
 

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What the Living Can Do

Train receives a desperate plea for help from Karl, the mayor of Rubeck City and one of Chronos's top brass, because a serial murderer with mysterious powers is terrorizing Karl's town. Eve offers herself as bait to lure the killer out, but will she be caught in a deadly trap?!

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What the Living Can Do

Train receives a desperate plea for help from Karl, the mayor of Rubeck City and one of Chronos's top brass, because a serial murderer with mysterious powers is terrorizing Karl's town. Eve offers herself as bait to lure the killer out, but will she be caught in a deadly trap?!

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ISBN-13:
9781421565613
Publisher:
VIZ Media
Publication date:
06/18/2013
Series:
Black Cat Series , #3
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
207
Sales rank:
535,176
File size:
83 MB
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Meet the Author

Kentaro Yabuki made his manga debut with Yamato Gensouki, a short series about a young empress destined to unite the warring states of ancient Japan and the boy sworn to protect her. His next series, Black Cat, commenced serialization in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump in 2000 and quickly developed a loyal fan following. Black Cat has also become an animated TV series, first hitting Japan's airwaves in the fall of 2005.

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Black Cat, Volume 3 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
psylence More than 1 year ago
The spotlight shifts away from plot advancement in this volume in favor of character development. Here, Yabuki takes the time to explain how the chi powers work and where they come from and then rewards the reader for their patience by demonstrating those powers in full force. At no point in the volume was I bored. Every battle was action-packed and exciting to read. As someone who doesn't read any other Shonen Jump titles, even I have to acknowledge this series for its merits.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
I personally like most manga, but this series called 'black cat' just really jumped out at me! This is my favorite manga out of everyone of them!