Usagi Yojimbo #94

Artist: Stan Sakai Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Jun 30, 2006

    Jeez, I havent even touched on the other layers of this particular issue that made it great! There is a hostage stand-off that ends in tragedy (though not in the way you may think), a new villain is introduced to Usagi lore, and a shocking ending occurs that has the reader both cheering for Sakais ingenuity and despairing for the potential implications of the final scene. All in a days work for Mr. Sakai! These various elements are flawlessly blended to produce a one-shot story that builds on past Usagi history while maintaining the integrity of the tale. I cannot say enough about this title, and I recommend it highly to any comic book reader. Stan Sakai, after 20 years of writing Usagi Yojimbo tales, continues to keep things fresh and entertaining, adding more mythos to this very likable character. More importantly for building a fan base, Usagi Yojimbo is extremely accessible, and this is the perfect issue for fans to jump on to the series. If you are not pulled in by the s Read Full Review

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