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The Flute of the Fallen Tiger (Lone Wolf and Cub, Vol. 3) (original 1972; edition 2001)
by Kazuo Koike
Lone Wolf and Cub, Vol. 3: The Flute of the Fallen Tiger by Kazuo Koike (1972)
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He was once a Shogun's executioner, honored, exalted, feared. But after the murder of his wife and family, Itto Ogami takes his surviving child, little Daigoro, and becomes a masterless samurai, a Lone Wolf, the Baby Cart Assassin. Theirs is a dark voyage fraught with death, treachery, and vengeance, and their stories have captured audiences across the globe, both in graphic novels and in the exciting television and movie series they spawned. Long out-of-print in America, and never-before-published Stateside in its preferred Japanese pocket-sized format, Lone Wolf and Cub is again available to English-speaking audiences in all the gut-wrenching power and blood-stained glory that has made this landmark series an international legend.--Amazon.com
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