I just finished reading this book last night.
Stan Sakai is justly praised for his attention to detail, and that shines through the books both in terms of the art and the writing.
Highly recommended to everyone, specially if you like comics, graphic novels, etc... This is a great book and a great series!
Although in some reviews first Usagi books did not receive full credits but as far as I am concerned I just find them great.Published 4 months ago by Marko Bogovic
I cannot say enough about the Usagi series as a whole. It is an excellent series that can be enjoyed by any age. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Glenn
How do I begin a review for Stan Sakai's epic tale of Usagi Yojimbo? For those who do not know, Miyamoto Usagi is a wandering masterless samurai who just happens to be a giant... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Morgan Floyd
I bought the book for a ten year old boy. He loves the pictures, but a bit fuzzy with the text. I think a year or two will solve the issue. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paul
It was my first Usagi trip and i loved it. The storytelling is marvelous and magical, it always keeps you wanting more and more and the Japanese samurai feel is all over it in a... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gabo
It's amazing how consistently good this book has been for decades now. That being said, these early stores don't quite reach the emotional depth that some of the later stuff does,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by MP Johnson
I saw some friends reading this when I was a kid and I never read it. Finally got one and I think it's a great story.Published 17 months ago by Kyle
I enjoy samurai tales and these play some of the common tropes but well. The Disneyesque conceit people as cute animals in is seems unnecessary or inconsequential in my opinion. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fantastic artwork, action, lighthearted scenes mixed with good dramatic elements kept me reading and unfortunately surged right through the book, but that is in noway a negative. Read morePublished 19 months ago by HANK