Usagi Yojimbo, Volume 7

Overview

The novel-length title story relates the heretofore untold story of the mercenary swordsrhino Gennosuke. This volume also introduces a new romantic interest for Usagi, tells the final fate of the Blind Swordspig, and more!
The seventh volume in this legendary series about a wandering rabbit samurai in feudal Japan is now available in a newly redesigned edition! This dense tome collects issues 32 through 38 of the original Usagi series as well as the Usagi strip from Critters ...

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Overview

The novel-length title story relates the heretofore untold story of the mercenary swordsrhino Gennosuke. This volume also introduces a new romantic interest for Usagi, tells the final fate of the Blind Swordspig, and more!
The seventh volume in this legendary series about a wandering rabbit samurai in feudal Japan is now available in a newly redesigned edition! This dense tome collects issues 32 through 38 of the original Usagi series as well as the Usagi strip from Critters #38. In addition to the novel-length "Gen's Story," which forms the centerpiece of this volume, and which relates the heretofore untold story of the mercenary swordsrhino Gennosuke, Usagi Yojimbo Book 7 includes "Kitsune" (introducing a new romantic interest for Usagi), "The Last Ino Story" (the final fate of the Blind Swordspig Zato-Ino), "The Return of Kitsune," and "Broken Ritual," a tale of hara-kiri based on an idea by Sergio Aragonés, who also contributes this volume's introduction. This perennial favorite features dragons, ghosts, demons, bats and more, all in set in Sakai's warrior landscape. A classic!

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Editorial Reviews

Kevin Church - BeaucoupKevin.com
“As a fan of samurai fiction (to the point of having a Seven Samurai tattoo) and comics, I can’t recommend Stan Sakai’s beautifully drawn, note-perfect reinvention of the genre highly enough.”
Los Angeles Times
“These bittersweet adventure stories offer entertaining reading, especially for young Asian-Americans who feel excluded from mainstream juvenile literature.”
Stan Lee
“One of the most original, innovative, well-executed comic books anywhere to be found.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781560973041
  • Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
  • Publication date: 12/1/1997
  • Series: Usagi Yojimbo Series , #7
  • Edition description: Graphic Novel
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Stan Sakai is a third-generation Japanese American and multiple Eisner-Award-winning cartoonist, creator of the popular and long-running Usagi Yojimbo comic book. Born in Japan, he grew up in Hawaii and lives in Pasadena, CA.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2000

    Second Printing!

    This volume, a big 192-page tome, contains the last installments of the Fantagraphics USAGI issues, as well as an otherwise unavailable story from CRITTERS. In addition to introducing fan favorite Kitsune to the Usagi saga, this volume includes 'Gaki,' 'Broken Ritual,' 'The Tangled Skein,' and the graphic novelette 'Gen,' featuring the final fate of Zato-Ino the blind swordspig. Introduction by Sergio Aragones.

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