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Vagabond, Volume 18 (Vagabond #18)

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To the trained eye, a single cut flower can be more revealing than witnessing a sword duel to the death. When Musashi is given a flower cut by master swordsman Yagyu Sekishusai, he realizes he must seek this man out. Musashi has the feeling that Sekishusai may turn out to be the greatest swordsman of them all.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published January 18th 2005 by VIZ Media LLC (first published November 20th 2003)
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A. E. S.
Finally the Kojiro arc is about to merge with the Musashi arc, but likely not for awhile yet. He goes off with his senior disciple after winning a battle, leaving his dad behind. Kojiro then encounters a new enemy, but don't get your hopes up - it's not Musashi.

The next enemy is a joke-character that winds up travelling with them. They arrive at the battle of Sekigahara only to find that the battle is over. Miyamoto Musashi appears! The lost-cause battle with a bunch of stragglers begins!
Annchan Maulana
its for adult because this book is much of blood and complicated character. this series is tell about Tokunaga-era Japan, a new government that has just taken power and the land. A young man sets out on a journey seeking spriritual enlightement by way of the soword, prepared to slay anyone who gets in his way.... but sometime with empty brain and brutality way >.<
La Revistería Comics
Dos potencias se saludan, espada con espada.
Pero el instinto animal les dice... que no son enemigos.

El tomo-puente que finalmente une los caminos de Musashi y Kojiro en una de las últimas ediciones argentinas de esta serie, más aclamada que la mierda.
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