- Taschenbuch: 200 Seiten
- Verlag: Dark Horse Books; Auflage: 01 (11. März 2008)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1593078951
- ISBN-13: 978-1593078959
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14,1 x 1 x 20,4 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 561.560 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Shaman Warrior Volume 6 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 11. März 2008
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Reunited with Batu, her sworn protector, Yaki learns of the events that led Batu to follow and serve her father - the shaman warrior Yarong. How did the toughest Butcher Camp wrestler wind up pledging his life and loyalty to the refined, mystical Yarong? When you're the daughter of the most powerful shaman warrior who's ever lived, it's just the tale you want to hear before you set off to destroy those who murdered your father and have a genocidal hatred of your people. The corrupt forces of Kugai, which have sworn to destroy the shaman warriors and their bloodlines, have no idea that Batu, Yaki, and the resourceful shaman Horakaan are setting a plan in motion to kill their General. Yuda, the Death Lord who defeated Yarong, senses that his opponents are getting near, though ...and he has some nasty surprises of his own in store for them!
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The time has come for them and their allies to take the war to the rulers of Kugai who have hunted down and murdered all of the Shaman Warriors and re-written the history books to paint those noble warriors as sadistic killers. They are joined in their crusade by the young Shaman Warrior, Horakaan, who watched as Kugai warriors killed his own family years earlier. They have joined with the Manutu clan to battle Kugai on its own lands. But their plan may be ruined from the beginning as a spy within their midst betrays them to the Kugai rulers.
A middle backstory in this issue deals with the relationship between Batu and his master, Yarong. Park Joong-Ki takes us back to the moment the pair first met. Batu was a Butcher, a low-life wrestler and aspiring to become a Kugai warrior. When his deal to train with a warrior goes wrong, he is rescued by Yarong and thus did he pledge himself to Yarong's service. Now, many years later, he comes face-to-face--finally--with the Death Lord Yuda, the man who killed his master.
Wow! There is lots going on in this volume between the plot against Kugai and the backstory on Batu and Yarong but it all works. One of Kugai's Shaman hunters finally gets his just due and I almost jumped out of my seat and applauded. It's also great to see an (almost) adult Yaki finally show what she is made of and put her years of training to use. I don't have enough superlatives to say about Shaman Warrior!
This beautifully illustrated action series has great artwork of people and backgrounds are very nice to look at and detailed.
The storyline is great! It's about the warriors and the clans fighting for the ownership and leadership of their own land. There is alot of fighting going on.
If you like samurai stories such as Blade of the Immortal, Vagabond or Lone Wolf and Cub, you should like this series. This series isn't as long as those series I mentioned above which is nice for a change.