Gangsta: Volume 6 manga review
By Leroy Douresseaux
May 16, 2015 - 20:48
|Gangsta Volume 6 cover image is courtesy of barnesandnoble.com.
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Rated “M” for “Mature”
is a tough city because it is filled with mafia types, petty thieves, and everything in between. The law of violence takes precedence over the rule of law. Thirty-four-year-old Nicolas “Nic” Brown
and 35-year-old Worick Arcangelo
.” They are the guys who take care of the jobs no one else will handle – from mundane deliveries to extrajudicial killings.
As Gangsta, Vol. 6
(Chapters 29 to 34) opens, those who were killed during the Hunters
and the Destroyers
' (a group of Hunters) rampage through the Twilight
community are buried. Galahad Woehner
watches a video recording of a message from Doug
, one of the Twilights who lost his life. Erica
(“the Brat”) still stalk the city leaving a trail of dead Twilights in their wake.
Nicolas, a Twilight, decides to hunt the two, and he seeks Dr. Theo
's help to obtain something that will make him stronger, but at a terrible cost. Delico
follow Nicolas because Erica is Delico's long-lost sister. They will find more surprises than simple family relations.
manga continues its own violent and noisy rampage through its readers' imaginations. As with precious volumes, Gangsta Volume 6
offers flashbacks, but this time, the sword-swinging duel between Nicolas and Erica takes center state. Gangsta
does not always offer more of the same; still, that same is quite good to readers of seinen slashing.
At this point, with more big reveals, I do wonder about the direction and duration of this series. I hope that it ends with satisfying violence rather than with a sudden, jarring end like Jormungand
Readers looking for stylish violence will want the VIZ Signature title, Gangsta
Rating: A- /10
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