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Black Cat, Volume 11 (Black Cat #11)

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Charden and Kyoko have deserted Creed's Apostles of the Stars and joined up with Train and Sven. But it won't be easy to protect them, since Train has been shot by a nanotech bullet that turns him into a little boy. Rinslet goes in search of Dr. Tearju, who developed Creed's nanotechnology and may be the only one who can return Train to normal. But will Rinslet find the do ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published November 6th 2007 by VIZ Media LLC (first published February 16th 2005)
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After reading the NAIL-BITING, GRIPPING and SHOCKING tenth volume to Kentaro Yabuki’s famous “Black Cat” series, I just had to pick up the eleventh volume to this series called “Black Cat Volume 11: The Promise” and I was just as blown away by this volume as I was with the previous one!

When Creed accidentally shoots Train with a new nanotech bullet that would have transformed anyone into a monster, it turns out that the effects of the bullet transformed Train into a young child instead. So, in o
Train left underground organization Chronos to live his life on his own terms - two years later, he's working with his partner Sven as a sweeper. The action scenes are well-choreographed, the art is great, and the plot is easy to follow and (mostly) believable.

Not such a big fan of the cover, though. I mean, Eve is 12. Should we really be sexualizing 12 year-olds? Seems a little creepy to me. And while we're on this note, I sort of question why ever female becomes semi-useless once she converts
Jan 17, 2014 Rena rated it liked it
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I like that Kyoko holds out on her promise to Train, and that Train is still an adorable squirt. I just wonder what is going through No. I's mind when she interviews all these people. You would think that it would require a lot more than that to be able to see No. I, but she just invites people in to talk to her and show off her swordsman skill. Her tests are pretty fair, but I just can't help but wonder what is going on with her.
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Sep 28, 2014 Rachel (Sfogs) rated it it was amazing
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Kyoko makes an important promise!
Apr 12, 2016 Claire rated it really liked it
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I hate seeing Train suffer...
Apr 17, 2008 clara[iloveaaron:] rated it it was amazing
I find kyoko to be really annoying............. Train's mineee!
Sep 06, 2014 Sunni rated it it was amazing
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I like how Kyoko and Train interact, quite entertaining.
Nov 23, 2008 Steph rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: action manga lovers
Recommended to Steph by: read the others in this series
Shelves: manga
One of my all time favorite manga series!
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Also known as 矢吹 健太朗.
He is a Japanese manga artist. His mentor was Takeshi Obata, the illustrator of Death Note, Hikaru no Go and Bakuman.
Yabuki is best known for his series Black Cat which ran from 2000 to 2004 in Weekly Shōnen Jump and later adapted into an anime. Since 2004, he has only been working as illustrator to works written by other authors. Most notably on the series To Love-Ru alongsid
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