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ISBN:
1595824642
Author:
Kenichi Sonoda
Category:
Manga
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dark Horse (April 27, 2010)
Pages:
216 pages
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1856 kb
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1131 kb
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1454 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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Gunsmith Cats: Burst Volume 5 Paperback – April 27, 2010

Gunsmith Cats: Burst Volume 5 Paperback – April 27, 2010. by. Kenichi Sonoda (Author, Artist). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. With the final book of "Gunsmith Cats: Burst" Kenichi Sonoda wraps up his series, tying up loose ends and giving nearly every character some kind of send off. Not only does the book feature an epilogue giving us the fates of all the main characters, but there is a definite melancholy tone to the book.

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Gunsmith Cats (ガンスミス キャッツ, Gansumisu Kyattsu) is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kenichi Sonoda. It was published in Kodansha's Afternoon from 1991 to 1997 and was followed between 2004 and 2008 by a sequel series Gunsmith Cats Burst which included the same characters and situations. The series describes the adventures of young women fighting crime in Chicago.

Book in the Gunsmith Cats Burst Series). Featuring the return of Bean Bandit and Minnie May, this story wraps up 'Gunsmith Cats Burst' in frantic fashion. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781595824646. Release Date:April 2010.

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This could be it, folks! Our favorite cutie-pie tough teen bounty hunter could be hanging up her guns after this tightly-packed Volume 5 of Gunsmith Cats: Burst! And when we say tightly-packed, we mean the return of all the characters who were missing in Volume 4, including Bean Bandit and Minnie May! Storylines will converge and wrap up! Girls might actually make out! It's a [Crash! Boom! Bam!] race to the finish, and who knows how it will all wash out. Join us as we wrap up this fantastic last volume of Gunsmith Cats: Burst in frantic fashion.
  • Yla
I strongly recammend you add this sires to your collection if you like fast cars, hot babes, Guns and or manga.

its a great read and had me hooked from beginning to end.

WARNING: This book contains some nudity so don't give it to your kids.
  • Vudomuro
This book volume 5 out of 5 volumes follows after the originol gunsmith cats (Available in 4 Omnibus edditions). Gunsmith cats is a great manga, in my opinion, one of the best. I highly recomend all of the Burst volumes 1 - 5 in addition to Gunsmith Cats Revised Edition Volumes 1 - 4 (The original Gunsmith Cats manga in Omnibus).

I Love this series.
  • Cashoutmaster
Nice story in Burst. It ties up a lot of the leftover threads from the previous stories. The conclusion is typical Sonoda, but it works well with the character development you see in this arc. Well worth the read for Sonoda fans.
  • Xirmiu
Well excitement and fun has to stop at some point. The final book ties up the loose ends and gives a bitter sweet ending to one of my favorite manga series. Full of all the good stuff you come to expect from Kenichi Sonoda's works the final part of Gunsmith Cats leaves you with a few surprising twists and an overall good (and unexpected) ending. As with all the others parts of the series if you like guns, fast cars, and hot women Gunsmith Cats won't leave you wanting.
  • Whitecaster
great
  • Gorisar
a good ending for GSC fans. not too dramatic and not disappointment, goldie comes back, but is rally going to finish the job? find out this this latest volume
  • Love Me
With the final book of "Gunsmith Cats: Burst" Kenichi Sonoda wraps up his series, tying up loose ends and giving nearly every character some kind of send off. Not only does the book feature an epilogue giving us the fates of all the main characters, but there is a definite melancholy tone to the book. It's sad to say goodbye, but at least our girls go out with some style.

The main plot follows Rally as she tries to discover what kind of brainwashing drug Goldie has cooked up this time. Misty is already completely in Goldie's sway and it seems like all the mafia bosses in Chicago are either getting taken out or falling in line. Becky finally manages to get Bean Bandit involved. That means some sweet racing action! Meanwhile Rally has to come to grips with the fact that Minnie May is looking to settle down with Ken, and with Misty under Goldie's thumb - there's no way to continue the bounty hunting biz. The book contains three more "Sonoda Specials" dealing with various types of ammo used in the series.

My synopsis may sound a bit confusing. But the story isn't that complicated really, just kind of muddled. Sonoda wants to give everyone a bit of face time. He wants to work in some fan service and he wants to give the whole thing a bit of a conclusion. It works, but it lacks the driving power of the previous volume. The result is a book that lacks the punch it should have and even with its sad tone, it just left me think, "That's it?"

To my annoyance Bean Bandit hijacks the book... again. Look, I enjoy the guy, he makes for a fun supporting character. But once again he takes about half the book for his race - a race that doesn't even involve Rally or her Cobra. The race is well drawn and has some great sequences in it, but I kept wondering how long Sonoda was going to drag it on - especially when he had Goldie and Rally hanging out there.

The resolution between them is an interesting twist. I didn't see it coming and I wonder why he decided to go that way with it? I can't say I found it satisfying. It ended up feeling like he brought Goldie back because he ran out of ideas - not because he had an idea how to use her to further Rally's story.

Hey, I love these characters, so spending time with them is always fun. It was great to have new adventures to read, but in the end this whole "Burst" series really fell flat. I mentioned it in my review of Volume 3, I get the feeling that Sonoda was more interested in writing Bean Bandit stories and that the fun that was so evident in the first series and "Cannon God Exaxxion" is missing here. Old time fans will enjoy spending time with the girls, but I still feel that the Omnibus versions have the best stories in them. Farewell Rally. It was great to see you again, but next time I'm in the mood for some gun toting action, I'll head back to the 90's stories.
I just finished a review of this series on my blog Okazu, so I won't repeat what I said there. I'll stick to this - this was an excellent end to one a classic series about guns, car chases and sexy women.