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Buso Renkin, Vol. 9
Title:

Buso Renkin, Vol. 9

Author:
Nobuhiro Watsuki
ISBN:
1421510472
PDF book size:
1119 kb
ePub book size:
1214 kb
Fb2 book size:
1251 kb
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ISBN13
978-1421510477
Rating:
4.6 of 5
Votes:
241
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC; Shonen Jump Advanced Manga Ed edition (December 4, 2007)
Language:
English
Subcatergory:
Manga
Pages:
192
While investigating the mystery of the black kakugane, Kazuki, Tokiko and Gouta and unexpectedly meet up with Alexandria and Victoria, the wife and daughter of the traitorous Victor. Alexandria and Victoria explain that a cure for the effects of the black kakugane exists, but it comes with a steep price. Now Kazuki faces a grave choice: Can he afford to pay...or will he find that he can't afford not to?
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3 Reviews
  • Buso Renkin is starting to weave the final fight for the entire world, I strongly recommend this for Watsuki lovers.

  • Though the final battle that closes the Buso Renkin story begins this volume, it's not the main point of it. Instead, this book focuses on the characters: we learn about their histories and motivations, and watch them decide their next--and final--moves.

    In previous volumes, our hero Kazuki found out he'd been cursed. He finds a possible cure now, but it comes with a terrible price that he might not be willing to pay. Also, his long-standing not-quite-affair with Tokiko must be resolved.

    He's the main focus, of course, but not the only one. Volume nine also reveals a bit of Tokiko and Bravo's history, as well as our villain, Victor's, reasons for his actions.

    Meanwhile, a few great new characters (the wise yet hilarious Shousei, leader of the Alchemists, and Victor's wife and child) keep the story moving forwards, while an old favorite makes a welcome reappearance.

    The art, as usual, is very good with clean lines, clear facial expressions and body language, and exciting battle scenes. It makes good characters even more interesting and expressive and turns this book into a page turner.

    Be warned: the ending is a cliffhanger. The final battle begins, and many readers will be left clamoring to know how it ends. Don't worry--you'll find out in the final book soon enough.

    Buso Renkin is here what it has been since the first volume: a fun, action-packed story that knows how to be exciting, funny, and touching by turns. Highly recommended.

  • While the final battle was announced at the end of the last book, it merely begins here. Interspaced within we have their journey to the school to face the masked man and learn about the black kakugane, try to find a cure for Kazuki, and face Victor who seems even more unstoppable than when we met him.

    Highlights: the back story on Victor and Captain Bravo (Tokiko), the battle with Victor

    Bonuses: pages of notes from the author