Shaman King, Vol. 2: Kung-Fu Master

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VIZ Media LLC, Dec 24, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
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The gathering has begun - the gathering for Shaman Fight in Tokyo, the match to determine the one shaman who can commune with the Great Spirit and become the Shaman King. Injured after his fight with rival shaman Ren, 13-year-old Yoh wakes up in a hospital bed to meet his fiancee, Anna Kyōyama, whom his family paired him up with in an arranged marriage! Of course, Anna is a shaman too, and they'll need both their skills when Yoh is attacked by an undead Hong Kong film star, brought back to life as a kung-fu zombie to carry out the Ren family's revenge!

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Review: Shaman King, Vol. 2: Kung-Fu Master (Shaman King #2)

User Review  - Travis - Goodreads

See my Volume One review. Read full review

Review: Shaman King, Vol. 2: Kung-Fu Master (Shaman King #2)

User Review  - Malcolm Ross - Goodreads

This one is much of the same from the last (descent action, little bit of schmaltz,...) but you are really starting to see the characters develop more and more as the stories goes on. Hopefully it ... Read full review


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Unconventional author/artist Hiroyuki Takei began his career by winning the Osamu Tezuka Cultural Prize (named after the famous artist of the same name). After working as an assistant to famed artist Nobuhiro Watsuki, Takei debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997 with Butsu Zone, an action series based on Buddhist mythology. His multicultural adventure manga Shaman King, which debuted in 1998, became a hit and was adapted into an anime TV series. His new series Ultimo (Karakuri DĆ´ji Ultimo) is currently being serialized in the U.S. in SHONEN JUMP. Takei lists Osamu Tezuka, American comics and robot anime among his many influences.

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