Black Jack, Vol. 11
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Black Jack, Vol. 11 (Black Jack #11)

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Black Jack is a mysterious and charismatic genius surgeon who travels the world performing amazing and impossible medical feats. Through highly trained, he freelances without a license because he distains the medical establishment. This leads to run-ins with the authorities and unscrupulous, sometimes criminal, individuals. Because Black Jack keeps his true motives secret,...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published May 25th 2010 by Vertical (first published June 30th 1999)
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I've been a huge fan of the series thus far, making sure to collect every volume as it is released. With the latest volume hitting the shelves of my bookstore earlier this week, I knew that I'd be taking it home as soon as payday hit.

This volume collects more stories from the series, with the stories ranging from a man who wants to implant his dead girlfriend's voice into his dog (with mixed results) to a crazed dictator whom Black Jack has been ordered to keep alive. Each story in this volume i...more
In this volume of Black Jack, we take a few looks at the lengths Black Jack will go to to collect his payment - and at his unusual but no less strong sense of compassion and justice.

The final story in this volume was initially the last Black Jack story, and it has the appropriate feeling of finality. It's sad, but sweet, and also looking toward the future. A great volume, as usual :)
Russell Grant
I really enjoyed this one. Not a bad story in the bunch. It also includes the "final" Black Jack story, and it's pretty fantastic and melancholy. So out of all the Black Jack books I've read so far, this one is certainly a keeper.
Aurelio Ippandoza
Great manga from Tezuka-san.
The last story is sad and sweet. There's an absence of Pinoko in the stories util the last chapter where we she her as if she was fully grow.
This is the last one in the series. Makes you cry, a little bit. Only
a little bit because you are smiling and it's hard to have a good
cry then.
Mary  Goodnight
Encore sous le choc d'une "loco nommée vie", la dernière histoire en forme de flash black de ce volume...
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Dr. Osamu Tezuka (手塚 治虫) was a Japanese manga artist, animator, producer and medical doctor, although he never practiced medicine. Born in Osaka Prefecture, he is best known as the creator of Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion. He is often credited as the "Father of Anime", and is often considered the Japanese equivalent to Walt Disney, who served as a major inspiration during his f...more
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