Cover image for Lone wolf and cub
Title:
Lone wolf and cub
Author:
Koike, Kazuo, 1936-
Personal Author:
Uniform Title:
Kazure Okami. English
Edition:
First edition.
Physical Description:
volumes <2-3> : illustrations ; 16 cm
General Note:
Graphic novel format.

Translations from the Japanese comic book series Kazure Okami.
Language:
English
Contents:
v. 1. The assassin's road -- v. 2. The gateless barrier -- v. 3. The flute of the fallen tiger.
Added Author:
Added Title:
Assassin's road.

Gateless barrier.

Flute of the fallen tiger.
ISBN:
9781569715024

9781569715031

9781569715048
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Dark Horse Comics is proud to present one of the authentic landmarks in graphic fiction, Lone Wolf and Cub, to be published in its entirety for the first time in America. An epic samurai adventure of staggering proportions -- over 7000 pages -- Lone Wolf and Cub ( Kozure Okami in Japan) is acknowledged worldwide for the brilliant writing of series creator Kazuo Koike and the groundbreaking cinematic visuals of the late Goseki Kojima, creating unforgettable imagery of stark beauty, kinetic fury, and visceral thematic power that influenced a generation of visual storytellers both in Japan and in the West. Don't miss this monumental monthly release, twenty-eight volumes, with each collection approximately 300 pages!

This volume includes the following stories:
Son for Hire, Sword for Hire
A Father Knows His Child's Heart, as Only a Child Can Know His Father's
From North to South, From East to West
Baby Cart on the River Styx
Suio School Zanbato
Waiting for the Rains
Eight Gates of Deceit
Wings to the Birds, Fangs to the Beast
The Assassin's Road


Author Notes

Kazuo Koike was born on May 8, 1936 in Akita, Japan. He is the co-creator and writer of the Lone Wolf and Cub and Crying Freeman manga. He adapted the Lone Wolf and Cub manga into a series of six films which gained him recognition for his screenwriting. He started the Gekiga Sonjuku, a college course to assist talented writers and artists break into the comic book field. He also hosted television programs, founded a golf magazine, produced movies, and has written popular fiction, poetry, and screenplays. His work has earned him many awards including two Harvey Awards and an Eisner Award.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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