Besides these highlights, there is a also a fantastic Usagi dream sequence drawn by Davis, as well as interpretations of the character by Miller and Wagner. I think Sakai should take an illustration break for an issue and have one of these guys pencil an issue! However, from the work ethic that is marveled about in this issue, that possibility is highly unlikely. This is a man who has made his creative ideas a fictional reality, with few editorial interferences or company agendas getting in the way. Usagi Yojimbo is a pure, unsullied comic book with influences ranging from Carl Barks to Jack Kirby, and we should all appreciate the contribution Mr. Sakai has made to our comic book canon. Read Full Review
When we read online of DC and Marvel editors sniping potshots at one another through the online comics press or lawsuits arising between creators and publishers, it's easy to view the business of comics as a cutthroat one. In Usagi Yojimbo #100, Stan Sakai and his many friends remind us that it's more than a business. It represents art, community and connections. Read Full Review
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