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Black Lagoon, Volume 3 (Black Lagoon #003)

4.15 of 5 stars 4.15  ·  rating details  ·  192 ratings  ·  8 reviews
If Quentin Tarantino created manga, Black Lagoon would be it.

Roanpur turns into a war zone when Balalaika and Hotel Moscow team up with the Triad to hunt down the psychotic Romanian killers Hansel and Gretel. The bloody climax leaves Rock scarred by the grim reality of the underworld he's become a part of. But there's no rest for the wicked. A terrorist organization makes...more
Paperback, 210 pages
Published December 9th 2008 by VIZ Media LLC (first published April 19th 2004)
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In this volume, the story of the murdering twins concludes and the Black Lagoon company is hired to deliver secret documents and to protect them from Islamic terrorists.

"Bloodsport Fairy Tale" - even though the twins were crazy sociopaths and mass murderers, I still got all teary eyed when they died. Maybe because Rock showed them compassion, because he was the only one who ever treated them well and didn't try to abuse them. He was so heartbroken on their behalf. Yet I still admired Balalaika f...more
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The series keeps getting better and better for me. The story of the Romanian siblings comes to a close. Sure, they were psycho assassins, yet they do come across as sympathetic figures at the end. A new storyline begins where the crew is hired to deliver some secret documents, all while trying to ellude an Islamic terrorist organization. The action is still hot and fast. The art continues to be very good. And we are finding some more depth in the characters. Overall, this is become a favorite se...more
Feb 04, 2009 Marty rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Storyline in the series is developing into longer term character development. Not being quite so stereo typical now. Beginning to see the demons driving Revy "TwoH Hands".
Ah, they admitted that the Triad boss is supposed to remind one of Chow Yun Fat. Okay, then!
Frank Taranto
More craziness with the crew of the Black Lagoon.
Greg Smith
Awesome manga, highly recommend.
Truly a guilty pleasure...
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