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by Kamijyo Akimine,Akimine Kamijo

  • ISBN: 1591825431
  • Author: Kamijyo Akimine,Akimine Kamijo
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 208
  • Publisher: TokyoPop (June 8, 2004)
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  • Category: Comics
  • Subcategory: Manga
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Akimine Kamijyo (上条明峰, Kamijō Akimine, born September 13, 1975) is the pen name of a Japanese manga artist.

Akimine Kamijyo (上条明峰, Kamijō Akimine, born September 13, 1975) is the pen name of a Japanese manga artist. Her works include Samurai Deeper Kyo, Shirogane no Karasu (also known as Silver Crow) which started on May 30, 2007 in Weekly Shōnen Magazine, and her most recent work Code:Breaker, which was completed in 2013. Samurai Deeper Kyo (サムライ ディーパー キョウ) (1999–2006, serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine, Kodansha). Shirogane no Karasu (しろがねの鴉) (2007–2008, serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine, Kodansha).

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With as much action that is in Samurai Deeper Kyo, Volume 07, I feel like I should have enjoyed it a lot more than I di.

With as much action that is in Samurai Deeper Kyo, Volume 07, I feel like I should have enjoyed it a lot more than I did. It wasn't terrible, but even with all the fighting going on, nothing seems to be happening. I didn't perk up with interest until the very end of the book when Yukimura makes an appearance. It started on May 30, 2007 in Weekly Shōnen Magazine and Akimine Kamijyo (上条明峰 Kamijō Akimine?, born September 13, 1975, Kanagawa Prefecture) is a Japanese manga artist best known for creating Samurai Deeper Kyo. The name 'Akimine Kamijyo' is merely her pen-name. Her doujinshi work was done under the name 'Meika Hatagashira' (伯明華?).

Samurai Deeper Kyo Book 4" manages to take us all the way through a fighting tournament with a minimum of one-on-one team fights, and Akimine Kamijyo manages to throw in some surprising twists.

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Today’s post is on Samurai Deeper Kyo Volume 2 by Akimine Kamijo. Her doujinshi work was done under the name 'Meika Hatagashira' (伯明華?)

Today’s post is on Samurai Deeper Kyo Volume 2 by Akimine Kamijo. It is the second in the long manga series and you need to have read the first volume to understand the story. Her second series was Shirogane no Karasu also known as Silver Crow.

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Samurai Deeper Kyo Volume 14, Kamijo, Akimine In the midst of Bontenmaru's fight to the death with Mibu assassin Firefly, Goyousei Chinmei suddenly appears. With his sights set on the Mibu headquarters, the time comes when Kyo and Muramasa must part. As the gang begins its hurried journey, Akira appears, carrying the ultimate prize-Kyo's true body! Specifications. Samurai Deeper Kyo (Paperback).

Akimine Kamijyo is a Japanese writer and manga artist. Nicknamed Joshi (Miss), his work is first published in the form of dōjinshi it takes the pseudonym Meika Hatagashira. She worked for two months as assistant Rumiko Takahashi then Haruko Kashiwagi, author of Inu or Quojuz. His first work is Samurai Deeper Kyo, started in 1999, finished in 2006 after 38 volumes and adapted for television in 2002.

Kyoshiro and Kyo--one a peaceful medicine seller, the other a merciless red-eyed samurai--are two spirits fighting for dominance of the same body as they travel with Yuya, a bounty hunter who helps them look for Kyo's true body.
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Dianalmeena
I have to give Akimine Kamijyo credit -- while many action manga have fighting tournaments of one type or another, they usually focus on a series of one-on-one fights. But "Samurai Deeper Kyo, Book 4" keeps everything short and sweet, instead focusing on the old enemies (some closer than you'd think) that our little band of anti-heroes must deal with as they home in on Ieyasu's head. And we see just how scary Yukimura can be when someone pushes him too far.

Kyo is cooling off outside when Yuya unexpectedly follows him... and tries to seduce him. Unsurprisingly, it isn't actually Yuya -- it's actually a ninja named Mahiro, who has a four-year-old grudge against Kyo, an army of black widow spiders, and gravity-defying hair. After his encounter with Mahiro, Kyo changes his mind about Yukimura's offer -- he will take part in Ieyasu's tournament, and exchange the shogun's head for his old body.

Unfortunately, the tournament isn't gonna be that easy. Benitora, Yukimura (disguised as a girl) and Kyo effortlessly carve their way through the others in the tournament, but they've already been detected by Ieyasu and his forces. Plus, Mahiro is still skulking around. And things take an unexpected turn when a masked combatant reveals that he recognizes Yukimura -- and turns out to be someone very close to him, both personally and in skill.

Like the last couple volumes of "Samurai Deeper Kyo," the fourth volume blasts through its story at a rapid clip -- basically the entire tournament is covered in this one volume, with the focus being less on the actual fighting and more on what is going on behind the scenes. And Akamine Kamijyo manages to inject more mystery into Kyo's background with the story of Mahiro and her sister, as well as a twist ending that you definitely won't see coming.

Along the way, we get plenty of elaborate sword fights, thuggish and/or creepy combatants (including a cannibal and a serial killer), and plenty of spurting blood and crazy-eyed expressions. It gets grimmer as the tournament winds on, and it becomes obvious that our heroes are in a massive trap -- and Yukimura is forced to fight one of the big battles of his life. But Kamijyo manages to weave in some comic relief as well, such as Yuya shrieking and climbing onto Benitora's head when she sees her doppelganger.

And this volume sees more development of Yukimura -- he's still the seemingly lighthearted, fun-loving guy ("Are you ready to see it roll?") who apparently has no qualms about putting on a dress. But it turns out that one of Ieyasu's fighters is someone he knows very well, and we see that he's a very kind guy who cares about and respects his ninja servants -- in fact, he becomes terrifying (spooky insane eyes and a lighthearted grin) when one of them is injured defending him, and called a "fool."

"Samurai Deeper Kyo Book 4" manages to take us all the way through a fighting tournament with a minimum of one-on-one team fights, and Akimine Kamijyo manages to throw in some surprising twists. Can't wait to see how this pans out.
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Apparently life on the road with mild-mannered, lecherous medicine peddler Kyoshiro Mibu is never boring -- when attacked, he might just turn into the killer of a thousand men, Demon Eyes Kyo. And "Samurai Deeper Kyo, Book 2" has Akimine Kamijyo smoothing out his rookie bumps, even as he introduces some interesting new enemies -- both old and new -- for Kyoshiro/Kyo to deal with.

Kyoshiro desperately tries to fend off the crazed Jimon without releasing Kyo, but when Jimon reveals the bloody extend of his obsession Kyoshiro stops trying to hold back the inner killer ("You got what you wanted. You woke me up!"). Jimon has a perfected, near-impossible technique to use against Kyo, and even if he defeats this guy, he's still got to deal with the incredibly creepy miko who has a message from his past.

Then Yuya gets a chance to shine: She becomes involved in the fate of a young boy and his baby sister, who have become ensnared in a gang of thieves run by a cruel prostitute. Temporarily blinded, Yuya can't see to fire her gun -- but she may be able to take out the gang leader anyway.

And after rescuing a little old lady from some thugs, Yuya and Kyoshiro learn that the old woman's home mountain is coveted by a local gang called the Kidou Clan. One of their assassins, the icy White Crow, gives the old lady three days to vacate her house -- but when he tells his master of Kyoshiro's creepy presence, another assassin called Black Scorpion decides to take the young man out. And I don't mean in a romantic way.

"Samurai Deeper Kyo Volume 2" is a smoother ride than the debut volume -- there's less frenetic flipflopping between comedy and gory action, and the two (or is it three?) main characters seem to have settled into their niches. And while he doesn't provide any answers yet, Kamijyo also drops more hints of the conflicts in Kyo and Yuya's pasts -- particularly a mysterious "he" that seems to inspire earthshattering rage in Kyo.

Kamijyo also blends together humor ("But Demon Eyes Kyo is so SHY!"), drama and some heartrending moments (such as Kouta and his bizarrely tiny little sister). And the bloody action goes up a notch with the introduction of the Three Colors Gang -- not only do we have the bloody sword-swinging and slashing from Kyo and Jimon, but we have a guy who can spew thousands of poisoned needles from his mouth. I can only imagine what the other two are capable of.

Despite seemingly being a wuss, Kyoshiro does demonstrate in this volume that he has a lot of courage -- he almost lets himself be beaten to death rather than endanger innocent villagers by releasing Kyo. He's still a huge lech, though -- and it turns out, so is Kyo. Yuya turns out to be less mercenary than she acts, and Jimon turns out to be WAY crazier than even those wide insane eyes would imply. To make it even more embarrassing, his great enemy doesn't even remember him ("Who the hell are you?").

"Samurai Deeper Kyo Volume 2" smooths out the initial ripples of the series, and introduces some hyperpowerful new villains for the next time. This series is definitely fleshing out nicely.

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