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20th Century Boys, Band 18 (20th Century Boys #18)

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Am nördlichen Grenzposten weit weg vonTokio taucht plötzlich ein Mann auf! AlleMenschen im Norden sind tot, doch erkommt mit seiner Gitarre auf dem Rückenauf einem Motorrad angefahren aus demLand der Toten und stellt sich als JoeYabuki vor. Wer ist er?! Wie konnte erüberleben? Ist er ein Messias oder ein Spinner?Die Antworten darauf kennt nur...Gott.
Paperback, 206 pages
Published August 22nd 2007 by Planet Manga (first published February 28th 2005)
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Mikael Kuoppala
“Cross-counter” gave the readers a slightly relaxed pace to once again get us acclimated to the changed circumstances of the saga, but “Everybody’s Song” is again dizzyingly intense in its plotting. We follow a new savior and get some back story about Kanna’s rise to leadership after the near-apocalyptic plague started wiping out half of humanity. Otcho and Kanna occupy the main bulk of this tale which offers a peculiar political dilemma and takes the readers fast to a whole new set of baffling ...more
Brad
I'm listening to the world tour now. I'm unexpectedly thrilled by the developments, and despite how dark everything seems to be, the alien who shows up is a much greater comfort than I would have ever believed.

Fantastic!
護 光
great characters, superb story, and fascinating mystery....
must read it more than once to completely understand though ^^
Norman Cook
This volume packs a lot of information. From the bitter backstory of the Ice Queen's rise to leadership of the resistance, to the comical meeting of "alien invader" Yabuki Joe, to chilling flashbacks of Fukube's psychotic origins, to the musical clues to the identity of a possible savior, the convoluted saga is entering into its final act. Only four more volumes remain to tie all the threads together!
Joy
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Sora91
Hace ya algunos tomos que la cosa se está saliendo de madre, pero si mantienes la mente abierta, siendo consciente en todo momento del tipo de novela gráfica que tienes entre manos se puede perdonar. Los giros y cliffhangers se han convertido en lo mejor de la saga.
Nia
Ternyata 'sahabat' bukan Fukube, ya?
Wah..berarti ramalan gw salah dong.... :-(
Makin seru aja, bikin gw ga bisa ninggalin komik Urasawa Naoki ini...
sampe gw lanjutin di kantor...
Robert
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Fredrik Strömberg
More twists and turns than you can shake a stick at, and still highly entertaining and interesting. Onward to the next volume!
Adam
OK, it was a little slower than normal this volume, but it was still pretty awesome.
Dru
Another great volume, but the twist on the very last page makes it better than most.
Kate Mowery
These always end with crazy cliffhangers.
Rachael
The cliffhanger is too much o_o
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Urasawa Naoki ( 浦沢 直樹) is a Japanese mangaka. He is perhaps best known for Monster (which drew praise from Junot Díaz, the 2008 Pulitzer Prize winner) and 20th Century Boys.

Urasawa's work often concentrates on intricate plotting, interweaving narratives, a deep focus on character development and psychological complexity. Urasawa has won the Shogakukan Manga Award, the Japan Media Arts Festival ex
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