Dogs, Volume 6

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VIZ Media LLC, Nov 8, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 210 pages
9 Reviews
An action-packed, stylish shoot-’em-up.

Reads R to L (Japanese Style).

Boasting furious action, switchback plotting, magnetic characters and dazzling art, Dogs tells the story of four individuals struggling to survive a dystopian urban future by gun and sword and courage and luck.

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Review: Dogs: Bullets & Carnage, Volume 5 (Dogs: Bullets & Carnage )

User Review  - the golden witch. - Goodreads

An absolutely BRUTAL volume of the series that can't be missed. Holy crap, those fight scenes! Read full review

Review: Dogs: Bullets & Carnage, Volume 6 (Dogs: Bullets & Carnage )

User Review  - Sharakael - Goodreads

This volume... was a change of pace from the previous volumes, as it mostly contained a flashback to Haine's past. It explained a lot about how and where Haine came from, and I could understand it ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Shirow Miwa debuted in UltraJump magazine in 1999 with the short series Black Mind. His next series, Dogs, published in the magazine from 2000 to 2001, instantly became a popular success. He returned in 2005 with Dogs: Bullets & Carnage, which is currently running in UltraJump. Miwa also creates illustrations for books, music videos and magazines, and produces doujinshi (independent comics) under the circle name m.m.m.WORKS.

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