Basara, Volume 15

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VIZ Media LLC, Dec 13, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
32 Reviews
Sarasa's quest for freedom has ended, but "Basara" isn't over yet! In this volume of special side stories, Yumi Tamura goes deeper than ever before to explore the characters and world of "Basara," Hijiri and Nachi recount childhood memories of ships, sea monsters and mermaids. A band of star-crossed rebels arises in another time--and changes the course of Sarasa's battle. And Asagi finds his new calling...fronting a boy band?

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Review: Basara, Vol. 1 (Basara #1)

User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

Best Manga finally a manga where the woman is strong and the hero. I just love it. Read full review

Review: Basara, Vol. 27 (Basara #27)

User Review  - Ken Yuen - Goodreads

More stories should do fleshed-out epilogues like this. It's always sad to see a world and group of characters end after the main conflict. If you really love a group of characters, you should be glad to see more stories about them and what happens to them. Read full review

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Yumi Tamura broke into the manga world with a bang, winning the 1983 Shogakukan Grand Prize for new artists. Since then she has gone on to write many extremely popular shojo manga stories such as the hit series TOMOE GA YUKU (There Goes Tomoe), ANO NATSU GA OWAITA (That Summer has Ended), and X-DAY. But the title that solidified her reputation as a top shojo manga artist was the breakthrough fantasy/action manga smash BASARA. Always one to experiment in action/adventure formats, CHICAGO is Tamura's latest completed work.

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