ゴールデンカムイ 6

ゴールデンカムイ 6

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Title:ゴールデンカムイ 6
Author:Satoru Noda
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:B01C3ZR3DQ
Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:213 pages pages

ゴールデンカムイ 6 Reviews

  • Sarah ~Sehrenity~
    Oct 02, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

  • Denis
    Sep 23, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Keitorin
    Nov 12, 2017

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Sabrina
    Dec 15, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Abdulla
    Oct 28, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

  • k
    Sep 02, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Rai
    Jan 27, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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    Hijikata!!! ...

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  • Patricia
    May 28, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Bianca
    Aug 24, 2017

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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    Hijikata!!! ...

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  • Arsenic
    Sep 20, 2017

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

  • Krista
    Jul 16, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

  • Elias Rosner
    Aug 17, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Fatima Alqassab
    Jun 29, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Rod Brown
    Feb 18, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

  • Surf_rock
    Aug 23, 2017

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

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    Hijikata!!! ...

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  • Ingrid
    Apr 12, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Paul Spence
    Feb 10, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

  • Phùng Nghĩa
    Apr 14, 2016

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Juno Okano
    Mar 09, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Elenora
    Mar 07, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

  • JC
    Oct 06, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

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    Hijikata!!! ...

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  • Aika
    Aug 21, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

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  • Perusing Panels
    Nov 23, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

  • Laura
    Sep 28, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

  • DrCalvin
    Oct 25, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

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    Hijikata!!! ...

  • Mi Chelle
    Dec 30, 2017

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

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    Hijikata!!! ...

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  • JustyHooked
    Sep 23, 2018

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

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  • Eellffiinnaa
    Sep 04, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

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  • Philip McCarty
    May 23, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

  • Alexis Drymiotis
    May 31, 2019

    This volume felt quite unfocused, and while still having some fun elements, (i quite enjoyed the latter half) it leaned a little to heavily into the surreal at points. It also had some very problematic stuff going on with gender representation in the first half that made it quite an un...

    This may be the first misstep in this otherwise entertaining series. The front half of the book features the main group in a bizarre slapstick encounter with a cross-dressing serial killer in a hotel full of secret passages. The back half of the book features a bunch of boring secondar...

    This volume had a little too much absurdity and gag elements. ...

    Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto is a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war who is scrapping out a meagre existence. There is also a postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden gold belonging to the ...

    While I generally love this series, this volume was a miss for me. Heavy on the violence with some questionable gender stuff. I hope next vol is better. ...

    There are two distinct parts to this volume that each offer there own set of shenanigans and unique situations. I found that both of them were very exciting and showed the authors skill at toeing the line of grotesque and comical. The first half was somewhat like a mystery/thriller and...

    As with the previous volumes, this one was fun to read and hard to put down. I'm really enjoying how entertaining the story is even with the more disturbing elements. As usual the writing makes me want to know more about the characters and the art is pretty cool. ...

    Beaucoup plus d'action dans ce tome et a fait plaisir ! ...

    Ace!! ...

    ??????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????...

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    Hijikata!!! ...

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