Gunslinger Girl, Volume 1

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ADV Manga, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 175 pages
Innocence Lost.... Henrietta barely survived a brutal attack that killed her family. "Rescued" by the Social Welfare Agency, her injuries were repaired with robotic components and she was brainwashed - lost with the memory of her family's death was almost every trace of her own humanity. Today she is an extraordinarily lethal cyborg assassin, obediently working with her handler Giuseppe to carry out her deadly tasks. Despite her conditioning and programming, Henrietta still has the heart of a young girl; she has not completely forgotten how to love. Yet the very emotion is contrary to her training and programming. Can the Gunslinger Girl survive? Can she find peace in a struggle against her very nature?

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User Review  - Squeaks - Borders

I think this is an amazing series with both beautiful art and story. The characters actually have development within themselves as well as with each other. Settings for the story are wonderful and ... Read full review

Gunslinger Girl

User Review  - LisaZ - Borders

The idea of the "Gunslinger" girls is brilliantly evil (you have to read it, I don't want to give it away) and the story line is really good. I haven't seen any "dirty" stuff (as some manga's have ... Read full review

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