GANGSTA. 3

GANGSTA. 3 Review

マフィアと暴力と薬が支配する街で便利屋を営むニックとウォリック。ついに二人の過去が語られる。相棒であり友であり、そして主従。二人の因縁があかされる!!マフィアと暴力と薬...

Title:GANGSTA. 3
Edition Language:Japanese

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  • Shannon

    Most of this is centered on Nic and Worick when they were kids. Gives you an idea oh how/why they became who they are as adults. Some of this story gets a bit confusing with all of the different facti...

  • James DeSantis

    This is by far the best volume of the series. So we take a break from the ultra violent stuff and focus more on the two main characters as kids. We learn more about the structure of the world they liv...

  • Online Eccentric Librarian

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ Volume 3 of Gangsta continues to impress: beautiful art, layered story, and a host of fascinating characters mix with a head...

  • Aleksandra

    Stellar volume!I flew through this volume! The story is so gripping, I love the illustrations. The characters and their dynamics are amazing! Simply a perfect volume from start to finish.Some of the t...

  • David Schaafsma

    The first two volumes were action-oriented (and violent), and entertaining and beautifully drawn and conceived. Great manga series. And that was the way to start it off, with a bang, and with a sense ...

  • Mike

    "I fall down a lot too."Gansta vol. 3 directly continues events from previous volumes and gets into backstory of characters we've already met. Don't start here - read from the beginning.Turf wars thre...

  • Michael Schmid

    Ich liebe diesen Band sooooooooo sehr! Was vor allem an der Vorgeschichte von Nick und Worick liegt, auch wenn ich den Schluss nicht ganz verstanden habe xD Dafür freue ich mich umso mehr auf Band 4 ...

  • Naailah

    The Nicolas and Worrick backstory tore me to shreds. I loved it...

  • Selena

    Back story! At long last, real back story!...

  • Elizabeth Brenner

    This series continues to impress. Volume 3 is heavy on flashback to Nic and Worick's childhood together, but also delivers on the lingering consequences of the sociopolitical and personal forces that ...