Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 19: Fathers and Sons

Usagi Yojimbo Vol Fathers and Sons Master storyteller Stan Sakai opens this brand new collection with a deadly ambush on the fugitive Lone Goat Assassin and his child Gorogoro Lone Goat is victorious but wounded and his son is too yo

  • Title: Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 19: Fathers and Sons
  • Author: Stan Sakai
  • ISBN: 9781593073190
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • Master storyteller Stan Sakai opens this brand new collection with a deadly ambush on the fugitive Lone Goat Assassin and his child, Gorogoro Lone Goat is victorious, but wounded and his son is too young to help Unable to seek proper medical attention, Lone Goat collapses in an abandoned house What he needs is a knowledgeable ronin, and soon Elsewhere, Usagi is in a deMaster storyteller Stan Sakai opens this brand new collection with a deadly ambush on the fugitive Lone Goat Assassin and his child, Gorogoro Lone Goat is victorious, but wounded and his son is too young to help Unable to seek proper medical attention, Lone Goat collapses in an abandoned house What he needs is a knowledgeable ronin, and soon Elsewhere, Usagi is in a desperate search for his young companion, Jotaro, who has eluded murderous kidnappers His is a panic that only rises out of fatherly love, though he has kept the secret of Jotaro s parentage from the boy throughout their travels together If they are able to continue on to Kitanoji Temple, will the rabbit samurai confess before they part ways Featuring appearances by readers favorite characters including the deadly Neko Ninja Collecting issues 69 75 of the ongoing series.

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    About "Stan Sakai"

    1. Stan Sakai

      Stan Sakai Japanese Sakai Sutan born May 25, 1953 is an artist who became known as an Eisner Award winning comic book originator.Born in Kyoto, Sakai grew up in Hawaii and studied fine arts at the University of Hawaii He later attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California He and his wife, Sharon, presently reside and work in Pasadena.He began his career by lettering comic books notably Groo the Wanderer by Sergio Aragon s and Mark Evanier and became famous with the production of Usagi Yojimbo, the epic saga of Miyamoto Usagi, a samurai rabbit living in late sixteenth and early seventeenth century Japan First published in 1984, the comic continues to this day, with Sakai as the lone author and nearly sole artist Tom Luth serves as the main colorist on the series, and Sergio Aragon s has made two small contributions to the series the story Broken Ritual is based on an idea by Aragon s, and he served as a guest inker for the black and white version of the story Return to Adachi Plain that is featured in the Volume 11 trade paper back edition of Usagi Yojimbo He also made a futuristic spin off series Space Usagi His favorite movie is Satomi Hakkenden 1959.

    989 thoughts on “Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 19: Fathers and Sons”

    1. Stan Sakai's comic series "Usagi Yojimbo" tells an ongoing tale that would leave you captivated and on the edge of your seat. Join the characters on an ongoing adventure to gain power and and eliminate the enemies as you reach your way to the top, while not being afraid to get your hands dirty.


    2. The hero, Usagi, is a ronin (unattached samurai) in a historical Japan after the great wars. As such, he is in the midst of a time of change, which much conflict, but most of it is not in the open. The social order is changing, and Usagi is finding his place in it. Along the way, he is joined by his son, Jotaro. But Jotaro does not realize he is Usagi's son, and knows Usagi as an uncle. In this volume and volume 18 they travel through Japan to Jotaro's new teacher (who was Usagi's teacher). Alon [...]


    3. Another collection of our favorite masterless rabbit samurai in feudal japan by Stan Saki. I'll just add that this excellent volume of tales by Stan Saki is best read after you are already familiar with the characters. Many Usagi Yojimbo volumes are mostly able to stand on their own, but readers will appreciate this tale of Usagi and his son (who doesn't know he is his son) and their adventures is best served if you've read previous volumes, especially number 18. There's a twist on the last tale [...]


    4. Usagi Yojimbo Fathers And Sons was creasted by award winner Stan Sakai.This graphic novel features Usagi a ronin or unemplyed samurai and his nephew Jotaro. Usagi reunites with his home town and him and Jotaro are seperated, or are they?


    5. Dans ce tome, Usagi termine son voyage avec jotaro. Et évidement, la question de la paternité de l'un vis-à-vis de l'autre sous-tend tous leurs échanges verbaux ainsi que leurs passes d'armes face aux maraudeurs, brigands de autres chemins et autres assassins qui traînent.


    6. I really enjoyed Usagi and Jotari together and am sad to see them split. I also really enjoyed the Katsuichi stuff and would love to see more about him.


    7. Always great, but the end of this one tugged at the heartstrings more than I was expecting. Stupid heartstrings.



    8. It's not tears-in-your-eyes stuff, but it is affecting. In particular, Sakai ended the Jotaro thread commendably.



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