Black Jack, Vol. 1
Publish date: February 5th 1999
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Pages no: 184
Edition language: English
, Asian Literature
, Short Stories
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Japanese Literature
Series: Black Jack Hazard Edizioni (#1)
First Tezuka and man... BLACK JACK is something else. It was little cartoony at first and, considering the Manga I've been reading, threw me off a bit. But once I got into it, it's really great. Deep, dark, humorous, witty... Something else man. Have to read it to really understand it.
I love the episodic nature of this manga, but I think I enjoy it most when we start to get several episodes that follow a theme. Such it is with this one, which looks back at Black Jack's past a bit and gives us a bit more insight into who he was, who he is and what makes him tick.For me, the star o...
Ahh, Black Jack. We used to have a running joke in the apartment. Got a cold? Surgery! Headache? Surgery! Stomach bug? Surgery!Black Jack can fix anything with surgery. Its a little like magic, except that I understand the greater part of the treatments, at least for the real diseases, are at least ...
Not the best, a weird fascination with severed limbs, but entertaining.
After having to return the other bulkier edition of this book, I took this one out of the library. I have to say - based on the fact that this edition of the manga is - *gasp* - flopped as well as the fact that the cover art is not simply hideous, but also sincerely horrifying - that the other edit...
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