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Vagabond Vol. 30 (Vagabond #30)

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Setelah mengalahkan Ogawa, Kojiro diajak bekerja sebagai samurai klan Hosokawa. Di lain pihak, Tuan Koetsu menerima surat dari generasi kedua keluarga Shogun Tokugawa yang menawarkan pekerjaan untuk Musashi! Langkah menuju pertarungan akbar antara Musashi dan Kojiro makin dekat!
Paperback, 200 pages
Published November 18th 2009 by Elex Media Komputindo (first published May 28th 2009)
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Oct 05, 2009 Kathryn rated it it was amazing
I meant to start Vol. 31 today but decided it was best for me to reread Vol. 30 beforehand.

In this volume, Musashi makes a decision, Otsu is visited by a ghost, and Kojiro travels on a ship. The ship happened to be the focus of my favorite art, especially Kojiro's hair for some reason, with an exception here and there of close-ups of some of the characters. Their eyes always suck me in. The action was negligible but that's not to say nothing happens. As with each of these books, the dialogue (a
Feb 20, 2017 Berber rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Another boring volume. Nothing happens and there's a ridiculous side-plot where Otsu's plagued by the ghost of Ueda. Yeah... No thanks....

Edit: one more thing though. I was bothered a lot by Musashi's statement that he wasted 'tens, no, hundreds' of months on fighting during his life. On the same page (!) he states he is 22 years old. Even if he already consciously trained/fought from a very young age (let's say from the age of 8), it would be 14x12= 168 months at best. This is sloppy writing an
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Jan 29, 2016 Valdir Duarte souza rated it really liked it
Although I do consider this manga a seinen genre, I thought this volume was a quite boring with all the people continuing to persuade Musashi to "change" his way of the warrior. I know it is a dramatization but man take it easy, for me seemed like people from XXI century advising a bumpkin anachronic rounin from XVII century... and all of a sudden a thug steals their Iphone 6 in the middle of the talking and this like human rights behavior changes drastically and the thug is shot from behind...
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