Shaman King, Volume 9

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VIZ Media LLC, May 2, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
39 Reviews
Junior high whiz kid Manta Oyamada was taking a shortcut through the cemetery one night when he met a strange kid--Yoh Asakura, shaman who saved Manta from cemetery-desecrating gang members--but that was just the beginning. Because Yoh is not the only shaman in the world--and danger comes to visit them in the form of a Chinese shaman with ruthless ambitions.

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Review: Shaman King, Vol. 32 (Shaman King (Shaman King #32)

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

4.5 Stars. I'm just going to use this last book to review the whole series. The whole series overall was fantastic but the ending left me confused and angry so I had to bump it down a star. I didn't ... Read full review

Review: Shaman King, Vol. 5: The Abominable Dr. Faust (Shaman King #5)

User Review  - Tonya - Goodreads

Emotional stuff regarding Yoh's past. Manta aka Morty goes through some freaky shit, and Faust is one sick motherfucker. The show did not portray this volume to its full potential. But thinking it's a kids related audience, toning down goreish scenes was probably for the best. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Hiroyuki Takei debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997 by creating Butsu Zone . He then became one of the most popular creators and artists in Japan by creating Shaman King in 1998. To date, with the release of all 19 volumes of the graphic novel, this title has sold over 16 million copies. It was produced as an anime in 2001 and it became an instant hit. Takei was awarded the Hop Step Award and Tezuka Award.

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