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If Art of War tactics and ninjitsu arts pique your interest, Path of the Assassin is the quasi historical samurai manga you’ve been waiting for! From the legendary comics creators Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima, of Lone Wolf and Cub fame comes the story of Japan’s greatest shogun and his rise to power through the battles and intrigues of his late teens. Central to the storyIf Art of War tactics and ninjitsu arts pique your interest, Path of the Assassin is the quasi historical samurai manga you’ve been waiting for! From the legendary comics creators Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima, of Lone Wolf and Cub fame comes the story of Japan’s greatest shogun and his rise to power through the battles and intrigues of his late teens. Central to the story is a young ninja who must go to great lengths in order to secure victory for the boy who would become the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. Based loosely on fabled tales of the age, Path of the Assassin is an exciting and sexy series....

Title : Path of the Assassin, Vol. 6: Life's Greatest Difficulty
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ISBN : 9781593075071
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 117 Pages
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Path of the Assassin, Vol. 6: Life's Greatest Difficulty Reviews

  • Jedi JC Daquis
    2019-02-28 13:05

    It is clear that Ieyasu is still uncertain and a bit rushed when it comes to making decisions. That has cost him an uprising led by a religious sect, and worse, some of his men betrayed him. This is truly one of Ieyasu's worst times, but thankful enough, Hanzo is there to rescue him. In fact, at the course of the story (I am at volume 14 now), Hanzo has saved Ieyasu's life numerous times and what has happened in volume 6 is just one of many.Ieyasu on the other hand will learn so much from this as he becomes a great thinker and strategist, albeit an unorthodox one.

  • Doug Brunell
    2019-03-14 09:05

    The events of the last volume continue in this one, and the repercussions are fairly significant. Koike's historical piece is a dense, rich tale that contains a character known to fans of the Kill Bill movies. It is not, however, something to be picked up in the middle. You have to read this from volume one and stick with it, as it does move slowly in places. That is the beauty of Koike's work. If you have the patience, you get an amazing reward. This volume, as we near the series' halfway point, starts off with a bang and ends on a quiet, somber note. The namesake of "Life's Greatest Difficulty" may not seem all that spectacular at first, but once the ramifications of the story sink in you will find that there is truth in this volume's title.

  • Russell Grant
    2019-03-20 05:40

    Disaster strikes as Hatori's lord makes his first bad call that causes a peasant uprising. It's 285 pages of pretty intense drama and another great chapter in this series. The second story is a brief interlude that really works as a touching and spiritual epilogue to the main one. Great stuff.

  • Kandice
    2019-03-21 05:40

    Will review after last in series.