Afro Samurai Vol.2 (Graphic Novel) (Paperback)

Afro Samurai Vol.2 (Graphic Novel) By Takashi Okazaki Cover Image

Afro Samurai Vol.2 (Graphic Novel) (Paperback)


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"Gotta figure out a way to get this on the Big Screen!!! My Man Takashi Okazaki did his thang with this one!" - Samuel L Jackson

Volume 2 of the brand new “director’s cut” edition of the classic manga sees Afro continue his quest for revenge. With a specially commissioned cover and unseen content by creator Takashi Okazaki, this is a must have for fans of cult manga and anime!

Japan has become a land of warriors, warlords and assassins, where the technology of the future exits alongside the brutal traditions of the past. This world is ruled by whoever possesses the legendary No.1 headband.

When the boy Afro Samurai’s father, Rokutaro, is challenged as No.1 and killed by the No.2, a lethal outlaw known as Justice, he swears revenge, starting on a bloody path of retribution that will make him the No.2 warrior and allow him to challenge Justice.

After having defeated the Empty Seven Clan, Afro is forced to face a new threat: a deadly warrior who wears a teddy mask called Jinno. Will his bloodthirsty campaign of vengeance be thwarted, or will he finally face Justice and claim the number one headband?
Takashi Okazaki is a Japanese manga writer and artist, and visual designer most well-known for creating Afro Samurai. He has also created character designs for many other games and anime, including Batman Ninja. Most recently, he has worked as a cover artist for Marvel Comics on titles including Werewolf by Night, Black Widow and Deadpool.
Product Details ISBN: 9781787739017
ISBN-10: 1787739015
Publisher: Titan Manga
Publication Date: January 17th, 2023
Pages: 176
Language: English
"Gotta figure out a way to get this on the Big Screen!!! My Man Takashi Okazaki did his thang with this one!" Samuel L Jackson

A throwback to the kind of manga I used to love. Recommended." Otaku USA Magazine 

"Both familiar but refreshingly unique...its visual style and genuine flair will keep you hooked." Monkeys Fighting Robots  

"Super stylish and ultra-violent, this isn't for the faint hearted, but for the OG gangstas out there, it's the real deal." Mainly Manga

"Violent and episodic sword fights and mayhem." Publishers Weekly

"You get to marvel at the awesome artwork. A great translation." - Astonishing Melanie, Near Mint Condition

"Takashi crafted a very fractured character in Afro..." Comic Attack

"For fans of the genre, the raw, largely unpandering violence is impressive." Ain't It Cool

"I absolutely fell in love with everything about this!" Maddogg Comics

"The artwork enhances the narrative with its grimdark feel. Okazaki needs only black, white, and the crimson of blood to portray the violence and action in his artwork. Reading this graphic novel is choosing to follow the path of chaos." Manhattan Book Review 4/5 stars