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What exactly needs to be said in solicitation copy for the VERY LAST VOLUME OF LONE WOLF AND CUB? It's the moment you've all been waiting years and years to read. It's the end of the long path the ronin father and son have been on since the boy's birth. Through unimaginable violence and bad weather, across hundreds of miles of blood-soaked roadbeds, over years of tragedy and anguish, to this final 320 pages of still-epic story, Itto and Daigoro have kept us holding on to what little hope exists in a world where honor is all but forgotten and warriors are obsolete. It's a bloody battle all the way to the finish, with dramatic twists and turns right up to the final page. Stay with us as we conclude the translation of what will always be considered one of the finest examples of comic-book mastery ever created, Lone Wolf and Cub.

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  • Corpse Tree
  • Flute and Wave
  • The Lotus Throne
  • Empty Stirrups
  • Arms

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And so we reach the end fof an epic the likes of which we have rarely been graced with, not only in comics, but in any medium. After a long, insanely violent and painful path down the road to hell, Itto Ogami and his son (Cub), Daigoro, finally reach the end of their journey. The story has long had a sense of emotional resonance, a palpable sense of dread being created in the reader as the series never shirked from hardship and suffering for its characters. So now, as we reach the end, the tensi...

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