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Black Jack, Vol. 17 (Black Jack #17)

4.41 of 5 stars 4.41  ·  rating details  ·  92 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Paperback, 304 pages
Published November 29th 2011 by Vertical (first published May 12th 1983)
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I'm a little sad to say that this is the final volume in the amazing Black Jack series. It's been a blast reading Tezuka's series and I'm glad that Vertical decided to take the chance of releasing this series.

Pinoko is the focus of a lot of these stories, which I loved. She's always been my favorite character of the series, mostly because despite her fantastic origin she's been the "every(wo)man" character. Where Black Jack has been the person with almost magical surgical abilities, Pinoko is r
Russell Grant
This one wraps up the series. It's not really a high point or anything. If you were lucky enough to buy the initial hardcover volumes that were offered then you get a follow up story to one of the sealed episodes that were only printed in the hard covers. Which is pretty cool. Otherwise it's more of the same, which means exceptional art, great storytelling and one of the best series that readers of all ages and genders should be able to enjoy.
Mary  Goodnight
Très "bizarro", ce dernier tome, avec des cas "borderline" et des opérations complètement délirantes (plus aucun réalisme, pour le coup...).
Les éditions Asuka ont toutefois eu la bonne idée de terminer sur une histoire qui, chronologiquement, n'est pas la dernière écrite par Tezuka, mais constitue une véritable fin... avec les Kleenex qui vont avec !
Bye bye Kuroo Hazama !
The end. And it’s a fitting end to a manga series that’s always stood poised on the knife-edge between sweet fairy-tale simplicity and the tougher sensibilities of stories for mature audiences.
Aurelio Ippandoza
Great medical manga from tezuka-san.
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From Wikipedia:
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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