Comics / Manga

Dog: Bullets & Carnage Volume 6

By Leroy Douresseaux
November 7, 2011 - 07:27

Dogs Bullets and Carnage Volume 6 3D cover image

Rated “M” for “Mature”

Former hit man Mihai Mihailov; Gun-for-hire and information broker, Badou Nails; the swordswoman Naota Fuyumine; and the mystery man wearing a metal collar bolted to his neck, Heine Rammsteiner.  Haunted by their pasts and driven to discover the truth, these stray dogs live in a dangerous present.

As Dogs: Bullets & Carnage, Vol. 6 begins, the city is reeling from the bombing campaign that struck the Underground.  Meanwhile, Heine Rammsteiner is viewed with suspicion as he resembles one of the attackers.  Then, the story returns to the underground research facility where Heine and Giovanni Rammsteiner and several others were raised and trained to be killers and to possible kill each other.

THE LOWDOWN:  Like previous volumes, this sixth volume of Dogs: Bullets & Carnage is filled with stylish violence.  Creator Shirow Miwa also shows that an artist doesn’t need color to depict bloody mayhem.  The black ink streams across the pages, and you might believe that it runs like rivulets of blood.  However, this violence-filled seinen manga is about more than just the action, as Miwa continues to build an intriguing conspiracy filled with engaging characters.

POSSIBLE AUDIENCE:  Fans of violent battle manga will want to try Dogs: Bullets & Carnage.



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