20th Century Boys, Tome 10 (20th Century Boys, #10)
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20th Century Boys, Tome 10 (20th Century Boys #10)

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Kanna convainc les parrains des mafias thaï et chinoise de la soutenir dans sa lutte contre Ami et découvre le combat que mène Yukiji depuis plus de quatorze ans. De retour au lycée, elle croise une Kyôko à la mémoire brisée, traumatisée par son passage à Ami-land. C'est aussi l'occasion pour elle de faire la connaissance d'un étrange professeur d'anglais… Naoki Urasawa po...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published November 21st 2003 by Planet Manga (first published August 30th 2002)
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Anthony Chavez
Fantastic... Great volume.

The more I read by Urasawa, the more lame other comics seem by comparison. Urasawa is a rare breed of writer that has complete grasp of the medium of comic books. His storyteller skills are simply incredible; moreover, he can lead the reader down exactly the paths he wants you to follow, dropping clues you never see until either he tells you or you read it over again, most of the time surprising me at every turn. The Sadakiyo story in this volume was a true shocker.

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Mikael Kuoppala
Kanna and Kyoko both take the center stage in “The Faceless Boy,” the 10th volume of the “20th Century Boys” saga. The former continues to build up a resistance movement against the totalitarian government run by a fanatic cult. The latter is getting closer to solving the mystery of who the leader of that cult might be. But nothing is ever what you expect when it comes to Naoki Urasawa's storytelling. It's complex, surprising and extremely captivating, which is the case with "The Faceless Boy" a...more
Fredrik Strömberg
And the tension just keeps rising. I must admit that I've never read a series just like 20th Century Boys. And I really appreciate that, despite the title, the two main characters for the last few volumes have actually been female, even though Urazawa is better at drawing distinctly different, personal male characters, and falls back more on visual stereotypes for the female ones.
Story seems to be suffering from sagginess, as the person whom we thought was the friend turns out not to be the guy behind everything. The characters in this part of the story aren't as interesting or three-dimensional as when the book started off.
Bania Cahya
baca buku ini, ngebuat aku deg2an dan berpikir.. urasawa naoki kawaiii!!

agak berbelit-belit.. flashback sesuka hati. tapi keren! love this!
Jadi Sadakiyo bukan 'Sahabat' ?
Lalu siapa 'Sahabat' itu ?
Kanna mengetahui bahwa 'sahabat' adalah ayahnya....
Wah... Kalo dimasukin semua, banyak banget jadinya!
Pokoknya gua baca serial ini! Sampe sekarang masih.
My favorite. I had to read it as soon as I got it.
interesting twist
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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...more
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