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Dragon Head, Volume 5

Dragon Head Volume Gritty harrowing and blood soaked it is a manga that should instantly appeal to fans of Battle Royale IGNInjured exhausted and barely clinging to hope Teru and Ako miraculously stumble upon a hel

  • Title: Dragon Head, Volume 5
  • Author: Minetaro Mochizuki
  • ISBN: 9781595329189
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gritty, harrowing and blood soaked, it is a manga that should instantly appeal to fans of Battle Royale IGNInjured, exhausted, and barely clinging to hope, Teru and Ako miraculously stumble upon a helicopter manned by two soldiers Once airborne, Teru wonders about home as the helicopter cuts through the chilling cacophony of flames, brutal carnage, and putrid clo Gritty, harrowing and blood soaked, it is a manga that should instantly appeal to fans of Battle Royale IGNInjured, exhausted, and barely clinging to hope, Teru and Ako miraculously stumble upon a helicopter manned by two soldiers Once airborne, Teru wonders about home as the helicopter cuts through the chilling cacophony of flames, brutal carnage, and putrid clouds of black ash But their journey to safety takes a sudden downward turn, and forces them to make an emergency landing but surviving the crash may be the worst thing that has happened to Teru and Ako

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      Published :2018-06-21T15:25:18+00:00

    One thought on “Dragon Head, Volume 5

    1. Melissa Chung on said:

      OOhhh this volume was waaaay more interesting. Our two main characters are in a new place. Anarchy is becoming a real problem. People are going mad. Killing just for the hell of it. Teru-kun is injured and Seto-san must find medicine. Will the make it through the mountains and the city alive???

    2. Amanda on said:

      Not invested any more. This series had potential, but it's boring and cliche'. I'm not going to bother finishing it. I'll just read the last few pages.

    3. Robert Beveridge on said:

      Minetaro Mochizuki, Dragon Head vol. 5 (Tokyopop, 1997)We finally get a glimpse of the series name in Volume 5, as the badly-injured Teru, Sato, and the remaining Defense Force refugees find their way to a mountain village where another person has survived. We learn of the disaster from another perspective, though again Mochizuki doesn't just come out and say what happened (and if it's something different than I've been assuming since the first volume, I'll be very surprised; Mochizuki is buildi [...]

    4. Ana on said:

      Um manga fantástico, do princípio ao fim, num cenário apocalíptico, mas centrado nas suas ricas personagens.

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