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Osamu Tezuka
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Burakku Jakku 12 (Black Jack #12)

4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  116 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Suite des aventures de Blackjack. A la suite d'un accident, Blackjack a été défiguré et porte deux moitiés de visage, l'une noire, l'autre blanche. Surnommé le chirurgien de l'impossible, il consacre désormais sa vie à sauver celle des autres.
302 pages
Published (first published December 13th 1982)
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Chibineko
I'm getting to the point with this series where I feel like I could just cut & paste the same review over & over again. While there's been some volumes that I didn't like as much in comparison to the other ones in the series, I've loved this series as a whole. All of the volumes are really good.

This volume contains more of the Black Jack we've come to know & love. We see more of Black Jack's past, including the accident that made him as scarred & bitter as he is now. We also see
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Lissibith
You can tell that they thought they'd gotten the best of the Black Jack stories out of the way with the publication of the last volume. In this one, we get some sameyness, a bit more mystical stuff, an increase in ambiguous endings and a glimpse into Black Jack's history which is a little telling, but which I can see why was left out of previous volumes. The art and dialogue don't have a drop-off, but the ideas just feel a little less impactful. A good book, but far from the best.
Emmy
Classic Black Jack :)
Aurelio Ippandoza
Great medical manga from Tezuka-san.
Abby Ang
worth five stars just for the last story alone
Mary  Goodnight
Des histoires d'une tristesse souvent insoutenable, des flash-back d'une insondable mélancolie : Black Jack ne laisse pas indemne...
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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
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