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Vagabond, Vol. 11

(Vagabond VIZBIG Omnibus Edition #11)

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Sword Demon

After single-handedly defeating seventy bloodthirsty men from the Yoshioka clan, Musashi is at the greatest crossroads of his life—will he head toward the light and live a life among men, or will the allure of the darkness be too strong for him to resist? A chance encounter with the ferocious master, Ito Ittosai, may make the decision to live by the sword
Paperback, VIZBIG Edition, 632 pages
Published December 18th 2012 by Viz Media
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Jesus Flores
Feb 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Vagabond 11
Cambia la forma de contar, de repente son flashbacks de Matahashi, interesante pero raro tan avanzada la historia.
La historia de Matahashi y su madre, enternecedora, pero un tanto vacía por el spoiler de ver al Matahashi futuro.
Como auguraron, varios samurais intentan fama matando a un Musashi vegabundo ninguno lo logra. Luego viene el enfrentamiento con Itosai, magnifico.
Musashi despues se recupera de sus heridas con una familia, interesante.
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Dylan Michael
May 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing

It’s crazy to think that I’m almost done with Vagabond.

It’s a 37 volume series (unless Inoue finally finishes it) and it feels like not to much has happened. Only the span of 1 year and a couple months has passes, and Musashi still has grown quite a bit.

It’s a very slow moving series and the last Vizbig (10) and this one focus on the same themes all throughout:

Will Musashi have to give up fighting?
May 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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I thought it impossible (shame on me), but Inoue has finally come around on Matahachi. Inoue pulls this off flawlessly and leaves me more than a little shell shocked. I think this may be one of the volumes I'll always return to in the future. Not for the fighting, but the serene moments and gorgeous set pieces. Reading Vagabond has given me a whole new outlook on nature. This is easily the most calm I've ever been reading a comic. It's a wonderful feeling. I never want to forget it.
Stuart Collie
Aug 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
“Whether it’s sculpting Buddhas, or my wife and children ... there are indeed differences in things that are close or far away ... but they’re all circles to the same center. And that center is where I’ll always return.”

Jumpin Jaysus what an amazing volume this was. 10/10 would zen again.
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Keiran Thegreat
Sep 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Powerful and touching. Takehiko Inoue has given real depth and life to his characters and even ones I initially disliked have revealed true warmth and genuine care in their development. If the life of a sword instructor is not right for Musashi will a family be more to his taste? And can Matahachi's many lies be forgiven?
Apr 15, 2013 rated it liked it
I'm still enjoying this manga but it has been treading water for a while now. I'm not saying we need endless battles but a few conversations would keep things ticking along. He spends most of this one pondering to himself. Hmmm...I may be about to jump ship Musashi.
Ken Yuen
Sep 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga-read
So quotable. More a work of philosophy than swashbucking sword fights.
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Takehiko Inoue (井上雄彦) is a Japanese manga artist, best known for the basketball manga Slam Dunk, which has become a success both in Japan and overseas. Many of his works are about basketball, Inoue himself being a huge fan of the sport, and many Japanese children started to play basketball because they read the manga. This in turn helped make basketball popular in Japan and across East Asia.


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