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Black Jack, Volume 3 by Osamu Tezuka

Black Jack, Volume 3

by Osamu Tezuka

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Another 15 stories from the long running series. Pinoko is as annoying as always although in this volume she is almost bearable. This time around, Black Jack gets to Australia, sees one of his mentors die (after failing to save him), operates on himself, ends up in hospital (and almost get killed there from a doctor that really do not like him) and things go as usual. The very first story in this collection tackles the old story of the successful children and the ones that are perceived the bad ones - and how this separation is meaningless.

In some of the stories, he still asks for a lot of money but only when someone can afford it. In most cases, he is the usual doctor with a heart of gold. It's a solid entry in a solid series - and even if I usually do not like Manga, I quite enjoy this one. ( )
  AnnieMod | Jul 26, 2015 |
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"Black Jack chronicles the travails of an enigmatic surgeon-for-hire who is more good than he pretends to be" -- p. [4] of cover.

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