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Black Jack, Vol. 6 (Black Jack #6)

4.32 of 5 stars 4.32  ·  rating details  ·  191 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Black Jack is a mysterious and charismatic young genius surgeon who travels the world performing amazing and impossible medical feats. Though a trained physician, he refuses to accept a medical license due to his hatred and mistrust of the medical community's hypocrisy and corruption. This leads Black Jack to occasional run-ins with the authorities, as well as from gangste ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published July 28th 2009 by Vertical (first published February 12th 1981)
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Meredith
Okay, this one had some crazy stuff in it. What was up with that mutant deer with the brain in its chest?
Chibineko
Being a huge fan of Osamu Tezuka's work, I immediately purchased this when I saw that it had been released. While I'll admit that not every story in the series so far has been something I'd want to re-read over & over again (mostly due to sad subject matter), each story has been a gem. Honestly, I have to wonder why it took so long for this series to come back into circulation here in the US, especially considering the glut of hospital & medical shows that have come out in the last 10 ye ...more
Lissibith
Another great collection. This one addresses a bit more the situation Black Jack is in as an unlicensed doctor. Most of the time, it's just an aspect of his daily life, but this one actually contained a few stories about getting licensed, and about the penalties he faces for not being so.

I think I liked this a bit better than the last one.
Aurelio Ippandoza
Great reading from Tezuka-san.I think I've enjoyed this more so than his other manga(of the little that has been translated).although "The Three Adolphs" was pretty good.
Mary  Goodnight
Bon, ça y est. Je suis amoureuse de Kuroo Hazama.
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