Usagi Yojimbo Saga, Vol. 1

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  • Rachel
    Jun 30, 2017


    Beautifully told and engaging. I have always loved Usagi since the first time I met him in the 2003 rendition of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. This collection covers the early publications of his comics, which, like today, are filled with adventure, heart, historical settings, and ...

  • Amanda Peterson
    Jun 26, 2017

    Amanda Peterson

    This is an amazing read everyone should start at some point, granted I now need to find books 1-7 which were mentioned now. What's amazing is that this is part of an ongoing series that has been around since the mid 80s and there is no lag in quality. Plus it now fascinates me on the t...

  • Ken Stephens
    Jun 16, 2017

    Ken Stephens

    Great art and storytelling as always frpm Stan Sakai. The art is fantastic. The stories are entertaining and engaging as well as informative. if you've never read Usagi Yojimbo you need to and this book in is a great place to start. ...

  • Glenn
    Jun 9, 2017


    Masterful storytelling. ...

  • Andrew
    Apr 24, 2017


    Super fun stuff. After enjoying Lone Wolf and Cub, I wonder why it took me so long to finally check out this series. it's based in the same time period and stars a Ronin... so it seems like it should be perfect for me. And it is. I think I let my distaste of anthropomorphism throw me o...

  • Celestia
    Apr 5, 2017


    There's a reason why people seem to rave endlessly about how good a read the Usagi Yojimbo comics are. The first chapter was a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle crossover, and I question its placement in a compilation otherwise dedicated entirely to Usagi. (Even if I like tmnt, why is it the...

  • Relstuart
    Mar 17, 2017


    I've heard about this series for some time with many people saying good things about it. I was able to find an inexpensive copy to check out. This collection has some early stories in it. Often it's not unusual for a series to get better in quality as the writing and story progresses. ...

  • Sofie
    Dec 28, 2016


    A bit too violent for me but very skilfully drawn and executed. ...

  • David Rickert
    Nov 30, 2016

    David Rickert

    Usagi is my new binge read. Can't wait to read the rest. ...

  • scarlettraces
    Sep 17, 2016


    I admit, I avoided these for years as there seemed to be a lot of them in very tatty library copies and rabbit samurai weren't my bowl of noodles... or so I thought. Finally read as potential nephew fodder (yep) and actually, rabbit samurai aren't bad (tho my favourite so far is Inazum...