Read Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 31: The Hell Screen Online Free - In this thrilling volume, the rabbit ronin teams up with—and faces off against—a multitude of unexpected characters: destitute bandits, a renegade kappa, and a komori ninja! Then, Inspector Ishida returns to investigate a ghastly painting known only as the Hell Screen! Collects Usagi Yojimbo issues #152–#158. Foreword by Cullen Bunn (Conan, Harrow County)!
* Contains the three-part story arc “The Secret of the Hell Screen”!
|Title||:||Usagi Yojimbo, Vol. 31: The Hell Screen|
|Number of Pages||:||208 pages|
July 24, 2017
Every time I review an Usagi Yojimbo book, I say the same things: strong storytelling; bold artwork; vivid characters. The Hell Screen is no different, since Sakai is still a natural at all of those things. His established characters ring true and honest, and his newly-introduced ones, while less...
September 14, 2017
I'm giving this book 4 stars because only a handful of people rate the Usagi Yojimbo volumes on here and I want to keep it's score up, but honestly it's been kinda hard to get excited about this series for a while.
The art is still top notch as always, Stan Sakai is really a master craftsman when...
August 18, 2017
Inspector Ishida is back, trying to solve the mystery of the Hell Screen! Wonderful story full of clashing personalities and motives, with a side of spookiness. The "Fate of the Elders" story was beautiful and moved me to tears.
Very thankful that this collection moved away from stories of Usagi f...
July 08, 2017
31 volumes in, and Usagi continues to impress. The most eye-catching aspect of this volume is the way Stan Sakai captures the storms of the rainy season. There are several full-page cloud scenes, and much of this book is dark and wet. Everything drips and thunders, and the stories match the art p...
July 28, 2017
Stan Sakai is a living treasure. Every volume of Usagi Yojimbo is magnificent (and a five star read)!
January 29, 2017
I love Stan Sakai and Usagi Yojimbo. So it's not a surprise that I would like this volume. However, I was really impressed by Stan's drawing of nature in this volume. Opening story involved a flood and heavy rain --- Stan drew the hell out of that. Following stories involve lots of forests that w...