ゴールデンカムイ 3

ゴールデンカムイ 3

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Title:ゴールデンカムイ 3
Author:Satoru Noda
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:ゴールデンカムイ 3
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Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

ゴールデンカムイ 3 Reviews

  • Sarah ~Sehrenity~
    Dec 31, 2017

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Shannon
    Sep 12, 2017

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Shannon
    Aug 01, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

  • Abdulla
    May 13, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Nomad nimrod
    Jun 14, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

  • Katja
    Dec 25, 2017

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

  • Tara
    Mar 02, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

  • Keith Hendricks
    Jan 22, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

  • Rakel
    Nov 26, 2017

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

  • hannonle
    Jun 11, 2019

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

  • Patricia
    Oct 16, 2017

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Gabe
    Mar 23, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

  • Krista
    Jul 14, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

  • Amy
    Jan 19, 2016

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

  • Rod Brown
    Apr 03, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

  • Paul Spence
    Apr 29, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

  • Bryant
    Sep 23, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Martín García
    Feb 15, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Alopexin
    Dec 22, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

    ...

  • Elenora
    Mar 06, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

  • Laura
    Feb 17, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

  • Adam Spanos
    Sep 26, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

  • Savanna
    Jan 09, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • MisterJoster
    Apr 07, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Dennie angel
    Dec 13, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Shy Kuzonoha
    Apr 15, 2018

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

  • ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    Jun 29, 2019

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Philip McCarty
    May 12, 2019

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

  • Riley
    Mar 09, 2019

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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  • Maver1k_xvii
    Dec 03, 2017

    This may be my current favorite series right now. I love the wolf, but - OH NO! - this volume introduces a hunter intent on killing the wolf! No no no no no! Do not mess with the wolf! And the humans are up to their usual antics, doing their usual goofy stuff. Hunting. Camping. Eati...

    This volume had a lot of hunting. While I enjoyed it a lot, I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt the whole hunting arc went on maybe a bit too long, and the bear hunter character started to get repetitive very quickly. There was less information on nature and Ainu customs etc. tha...

    Me empieza a cansar tanto momento cocinillas, no acabo de conectar con esa moda actual de ponerse a hacer de Arguiano y explicar recetas en plan tutorial. Lo dems sigue bastante interesante. ...

    ...Volume Three is somewhat villain-centric, starting with the metal-browed heavy, who is so reminiscent of a Bond, Batman, or Spider-Man villain that the mangaka could credulously push Golden Kamuy from historical drama into Wild, Wild West territory. Otherwise, there are still the ex...

    It is early 20th century Japan. Saichi ?Immortal? Sugimoto, a veteran of the Russo-Japanese war, is scrapping out a meager existence during the postwar gold rush on the wild frontier of Hokkaido. Sugimoto stumbles upon the first ?piece? of a map leading to a fortune in hidden g...

    This is another good installment of the story fleshing out the villains so as to put a character between our heroes and the gold rather than the elements. The story continues to reveal interesting factoids on surviving in the wild and does a good job building the bond between character...

    This volume introduced one of my new favorite characters in the series, an eccentric hunter named Tetsuzo Nihei. And with his introduction begins an intense and cerebral hunt between him and our dynamic duo. The beginning of this volume picks up where the last ended, Sugimoto being cap...

    I have been fully invested since the end of Volume 1. Vol 3 does a good job at raising the stakes and creating new friends and rivals for the protagonist and his partners. This series is on a good pace of momentum and one of the most engaging seinen I've read in 2018. ...

    I think this might be last for me. ...

    Lots of meandering this time around. Takes some time for things to all connect back to the main plot, but when it does, it's great. ...

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

    Golden Kamuy 1 - 3 : 4 stars ...

    I'm falling in love with Asirpa and Sugimoto really hard by now ...

    An excellent continuation of the story. Vivid, compelling, graphic, and reverent. I look forward to the next installment. ...

    De verdad leed esto por favor leed Golden Kamuy ya no se qu hacis con vuestras vidas que no lo leis pls ...

    On my second read of this I would give it 3 stars. ...

    Hijikata-san is freaking awesome! Sugimoto and that jail-breaker guy trolled all the way! ...

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