Basara, Volume 15

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VIZ Media LLC, Dec 13, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
45 Reviews
Born under a prophecy that will liberate and unite Japan, Sarasa has had to take her brother Tatara's place as the Boy of Destiny. Fighting for the oppressed, Sarasa journeys across Japan to gain allies and defeat her enemies--all while keeping her identity a secret The northern rebels have sent a terrifying message, but Sarasa is determined to make contact with them and retrieve her missing ally Hayato. Unfortunately, Sarasa not only fails, she and her comrades find themselves inmates in a bizarre underground prison

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

User Review  - Maria Kelly - Goodreads

A pretty good shojo post-apocalyptic story where the girl has to assume the mantle of hero (s/hero) after her twin brother (prophesied as the "Child of Destiny"--it would never in a million years be ... Read full review

Review: Basara, Vol. 25 (Basara #25)

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I heard of Basara and read read through a few pages YEARS ago when it was first available. Initially, I didn't set it as anything special and I wasn't moved by the art style. I never got fully ... 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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