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Vagabond, Vol. 1 - Inoue Takehiko, March 1999 (Kodansha) / March 2002 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328619-9
ISBN (US): 1-59116-034-0
Length: 248 pages

001: Shinmen Takezo
002: Akemi
003: Oko
004: The Brigand Tsujikaze
005: Blood Game
006: The Troubles of Hon'iden Matahachi at Seventeen
007: Farewell Takezo
008: Miyamoto Village
009: Fiancee
010: Left Behind
Striving for enlightenment by way of the sword, Miyamoto Musashi is prepared to cut down anyone who stands in his way. Vagabond is an action-packed portrayal of the life and times of the quintessential warrior-philosopher--the most celebrated samurai of all time!


Vagabond, Vol. 2 - Inoue Takehiko, March 1999 (Kodansha) / June 2002 (Viz)
ISBN (JP):4-06-328620-5
ISBN (US): 1-59116-035-9
Length: 240 pages
011: Demon
012: Takuan
013: Life
014: Cut Down
015: No Fear
016: Captured
017: Invincible Under the Sun
018: Tree of Shame
019: The Demon's Child
020: Death
021: A Place in the Sun
Shinmen Takezo is destined to become the legendary sword-saint, Miyamoto Musashi--perhaps the most renowned samurai of all time. For now, Takezo is a cold-hearted killer, who will take on anyone in mortal combat to make a name for himself. This is the journey of a wild young brute who strives to reach enlightenment by way of the sword--fighting on the edge of death.


Vagabond, Vol. 3 - Inoue Takehiko, July 1999 (Kodansha) / Sept. 2002 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328644-1
ISBN (US): 1-59116-049-9
Length: 232 pages

022: Miyamoto Musashi
023: First Step
024: The Challenge
025: Chaos at the Yoshioka School
026: The Master
027: Instinct
028: Demon II
029: Ignorance
030: A Single Stroke
031: Inferno
Tokugawa Era Japan: a new government has just taken power and the land is in disarray. Amidst the turmoil, a young man sets out on a journey seeking spiritual enlightenment by the way of the sword, prepared to slay anyone who might get in his way! Adapted from the fictionalized biography MUSASHI by Eiji Yoshikawa, Takehiko Inoue depicts the life and times of real-life "sword saint" Miyamoto Musashi.


Vagabond, Vol. 4 - Inoue Takehiko, Oct. 1999 (Kodansha) / Dec. 2002 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328658-8
ISBN (US): 1-56931-854-9
Length: 208 pages

032: Wanderers
033: Departures
034: Departures II
035: Distraction
036: Hozoin
037: Bloodthirst
038: Graceless
039: Inshun
040: Agon
Legendary sword-saint, Miyamota Musashi, was one of the most renowned samurai of all time. But the path to greatness is filled with difficulty--Musashi is divided between his aspiration to be the greatest swordman in the land and his growing feelings of love for his friend from childhood, Otsu. As Musashi struggles to deal with these issues, he heads to Hozoin Temple, to challenge the practitioners of its famous spear fighting technique.


Vagabond, Vol. 5 - Inoue Takehiko, Jan. 2000 (Kodansha) / March 2003 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328672-4
ISBN (US): 1-56931-893-X
Length: 208 pages

041: The Assassin
042: Howl
043: Inshun's Spear
044: Life
045: Unease
046: The Demon Within
047: Fear
048: Fear II
049: Fear III
Legendary sword-saint Miyamoto Musashi was one of the most renowned samurai of all time. But the path to greatness is filled with difficulty, and Musashi is confronted by the greatest challenge he has yet to face when he encounters the spear fighting technique of Inshun, the second-generation master of Hozoin Temple. Will Inshun's ferociously sublime skill be more than even Musashi can handle?


Vagabond, Vol. 6 - Inoue Takehiko, April 2000 (Kodansha) / June 2003 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328685-4
ISBN (US): 1-56931-894-8
Length: 216 pages

050: Surviving
051: Lying Low
052: Lying Low II
053: Journey
054: Vision
055: The Decision of a Formerly Kept Man
056: Osaka
057: Vermin
058: Sasaki Kojiro
059: Hozoin Pickles
Fear, failure, disgrace...Even the most renowned swordsman of all time had his low moments. For the first time ever, Miyamoto Musashi suffers a humilating loss when he takes on the deadly spear technique of Inshun, the second-generation master of Hozoin Temple. Dealing with defeat can be even more daunting of a task than facing the fiercest of warriors. Will Mushashi be up for his latest challenge?


Vagabond, Vol. 7 - Inoue Takehiko, July 2000 (Kodansha) / Sept. 2003 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328702-8
ISBN (US): 1-59116-073-1
Length: 200 pages

060: Duel's Eve
061: Duel's Eve II
062: Dawn
063: Spider's Thread
064: Heaven and Earth
065: Legacy
066: The Master
067: Kami'Izumu Ise No Kami Hidetsuna
068: No Sword
Daunting tasks lie before Miyamoto Musashi--He must overcome his own personal demons as he prepares for a rematch with Inshun, the most technically proficient and deadliest fighter he has ever faced. This time, Musashi won't run away, even if his life depends on it.


Vagabond, Vol. 8 - Inoue Takehiko, Oct. 2000 (Kodansha) / Dec. 2003 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328720-2
ISBN (US): 1-59116-119-3
Length: 216 pages

069: Life II
070: Life III
071: Inshun
072: Shinnosuke
073: Playing in the Sand
074: Sudden Storm
075: Survivors
076: Don't Put Your Life on the Line
077: They Call me Sensei
078: Ascending Dragon
Martial arts is more than just battling to defeat your opponent; it's a mental test to overcome yourself. Inshun of Hozoin Temple comes upon this realization in midst of his epic rematch against Musashi. Last time, Inshun was too much for Musashi to handle, but now the tables are turned as Inshun faces his own personal demons as well as a new and revitalized Musashi.


Vagabond, Vol. 9 - Inoue Takehiko, Feb. 2001 (Kodansha) / March 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328736-3
ISBN (US): 1-59116-256-4
Length: 208 pages

079: The Yagyu
080: Coming Home
081: The Peony Message
082: Successor to the Invincible
083: Legacy
084: Promise
085: Ship of Stone
086: A Round of Discussion
087: Provocateur
To the trained eye, a single cut flower can be more revealing about a man's fighting skills than witnessing a duel to the death. When Musashi is given a flower cut by master swordsman Yagyu Sekishusai, he realizes he must seek this man out--for Sekishusai may turn out to be the greatest swordsman Musashi will ever meet.


Vagabond, Vol. 10 - Inoue Takehiko, May 2001 (Kodansha) / April 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328755-4
ISBN (US): 1-59116-340-4
Length: 224

088: Disciple
089: One Man Battle
090: The Battle
091: Bamboo Flute
092: The Four Senior Disciples
093: Valor
094: Retribution
095: Longing
096: Reunion
097: Sliding Door
A master is responsible for his disciples actions. When Jotaro commits a serious offense on the estate of the Yagyu Clan, Musashi must face the penalty for his young protege's actions. Now Musashi is prepared to take out every man in the clan until he comes face to face with the great master of the house, Yagyu Sekishushi. Was this Musashi's plan all along?


Vagabond, Vol. 11 - Inoue Takehiko, Aug. 2001 (Kodansha) / May 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328763-9
ISBN (US):1-59116-396-X
Length: 224

098: Unrivaled
099: Son of the Invincible
100: The Real Thing
101: Blue Sky
102: The Infinite Universe
103: Farewell at Dawn
104: Autumn Sky
105: Journey
106: Footprints
107: The Road to Ise
Japan's most celebrated samurai, sword-saint Miyamoto Musashi, wasn't always an enlightened warrior-philosopher--for the path to greatness is filled with adversity and difficult life-decisions. Musashi wants to take on Yagyu Sekishusai, a man recognized by many to be the greatest living swordsman around. But Sekishusai is an ailing old man and Musashi is on the verge of killing him in his sleep. Will this act truly take Musashi further along the path to enlightenment by way of the sword?


Vagabond, Vol. 12 - Inoue Takehiko, Nov. 2001 (Kodansha) / June 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328779-0
ISBN (US): 1-59116-434-6
Length: 216 pages

108: Summit
109: Sea of Clouds
110: Uncle Gon
111: Lowlife
112: Mother
113: Osugi's Ordeal
114: He and I
115: Apparition
116: Baiken
117: Chain and Sickle
Miyamoto Musashi is a man destined to be revered as a sword-saint and one of Japan's most celebrated samurai. But Musashi wasn't always an enlightened warrior-philosopher--for the path to greatness is filled with adversity and perilous danger. In this volume Musashi seeks out Shishido Baiken, a master of the deadly sickle and chain. Will Musashi's sword be able to stand true against this most unusual of weapons?


Vagabond, Vol. 13 - Inoue Takehiko, March 2002 (Kodansha) / July 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328804-9
ISBN (US): 1-59116-451-6
Length: 216 pages

118: Rindo
119: The Girl and the God of Death
120: The Resurrection of the God of Death
121: Two Swords
122: Moths
123: Akebi Fruit
124: Connections
125: Spiral
126: Tsujikaze Kohei I
127: Tsujikaze Kohei II
Miyamoto Musashi is destined to be Japan's most celebrated samurai, a man revered as a sword-saint. But for now, Musashi is on the brink of death fighting against an enemy armed with the unconventional but deadly sickle and chain. Out of pure instinct he resorts to using both his long and short swords at the same time. This single act of desperation is the historic start to what will eventually become Musashi's signature sword-fighting technique as well as a quantum leap in the world of martial arts.


Vagabond, Vol. 14 - Inoue Takehiko, June 2002 (Kodansha) / Aug. 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328823-0
ISBN (US): 1-59116-452-4
Length: 208 pages

128: The Letter
129: Hands
130: Glimmering Waves
131: Seaweed
132: Fate
133: To Live by the Sword
134: Driftwood
135: The Plan
136: Kojiro and Tenki
Miyamoto Musashi is destined to be Japan's most celebrated samurai, a man revered as a sword-saint. But every great warrior needs a worthy rival and Sasaki Kojiro is destined to be Musashi's legendary opponent in the most well known duel in Japanese history. This volume goes into the background and childhood of the man famed for his deadly "swallow cut" sword stroke.


Vagabond, Vol. 15 - Inoue Takehiko, Oct. 2002 (Kodansha) / Sept. 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328850-6
ISBN (US): 1-59116-453-2
Length: 208 pages

137: A Gift from the Sea
138: Farewell Kojiro
139: Butterfly
140: Flames
141: Sword against Sword
142: Savior
143: The Kanimaki Dojo
Miyamoto Musashi is destined to be Japan's most celebrated samurai, a man revered as a sword-saint. But every great warrior needs a worthy rival and Sasaki Kojiro with his deadly "swallow cut" is destined to be Musashi's legendary opponent in the most well known duel in Japanese history. This volume goes into the background and childhood of the man famed for his deadly "swallow cut" sword stroke.


Vagabond, Vol. 16 - Inoue Takehiko, Feb. 2003 (Kodansha) / Oct. 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328871-1
ISBN (US): 1-59116-454-0
Length: 200 pages

144: Master and Pupil
145: The Fifth Year of Keicho (1600 C.E.)
146: Senior Disciple
147: Jisai's Cocoon.
148: Tiger
149: Blood Bath
150: Mad Tiger
Sasaki Kojiro, renowned for his deadly "swallow-cut," is the man destined to be sword-saint Miyamoto Musashi's greatest rival and opponent in the most well known duel in the annals of Japanese history. This volume further explores the background of the abandoned deaf orphan Kojiro as he comes of age and develops into a bloodthirsty swordsman with sublime skills.


Vagabond, Vol. 17 - Inoue Takehiko, June 2003 (Kodansha) / Nov. 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328891-9
ISBN (US): 1-59116-455-9
Length: 192 pages

151: Numb
152: Brothers
153: Blood Battle
154: Shore of Blood
155: The Departure
156: A Complete Life
157: Ganryu
Kojiro is invincible under the sun! Sasaki Kojiro, renowned for his deadly "swallow-cut," is the man destined to be sword-saint Miyamoto Musashi's greatest rival and opponent in the most well known duel in the annals of Japanese history. While Musashi is an untamed beast driven by pure instinct, Kojiro is an icy, cold-blooded killer. This volume further explores the background of the abandoned deaf orphan Kojiro as he comes of age and develops into a bloodthirsty swordsman with sublime skills.


Vagabond, Vol. 18 - Inoue Takehiko, Nov. 2003 (Kodansha) / Dec. 2004 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328916-9
Length: 200 pages
ISBN (US): 1-59116-642-X

158: Muso Gonnosuke
159: The Stage
160: Battlefield
161: Those who Defy Death
162: Rampage of the Beast
163: Six O'Clock at Sekigahara
164: Refugee Hunters
Kojiro is invincible under the sun! Sasaki Kojiro, renowned for his deadly "swallow-cut," is the man destined to be sword-saint Miyamoto Musashi's greatest rival and opponent in the most well known duel in the annals of Japanese history. While Musashi is an untamed beast driven by pure instinct, Kojiro is an icy cold-blooded killer. Blood and carnage abound when these two young men have a chance encounter at the Battle of Sekigahara.


Vagabond, Vol. 19 - Inoue Takehiko, March 2004 (Kodansha) / Jan. 2005 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328945-9
ISBN (US): 1-59116-643-8
Length: 200 pages

165: Death Torches
166: First Friend
167: Mountain of Shattered Dreams
168: Over the Mountain
169: The Distant Ocean
170: Strands of the Departed
171: The Sword
Sasaki Kojiro, renowned for his deadly "swallow-cut," is the man destined to be sword-saint Miyamoto Musashi's greatest rival and opponent in the most well-known duel in the annals of Japanese history. But for now, Kojiro has been abandoned by his brutal master Ito Ittosai, and must contend with the vicious refugee hunters and ruthless scavengers that abound in the aftermath of the Battle of Sekigahara.


Vagabond, Vol. 20 - Inoue Takehiko, July 2004 (Kodansha) / Feb. 2005 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-328970-1
ISBN (US): 1-59116-583-0
Length: 224 pages

172: Sons
173: The Desire to Fight
174: Ichizo
175: Younger Brother
176: Open Mind
177: Koun and Kojiro
178: Koun and Kojiro II
179: Koun and Kojiro III
Sasaki Kojiro, renowned for his deadly "swallow-cut," is the man destined to be sword-saint Miyamoto Musashi's greatest rival and opponent in the most well-known duel in the annals of Japanese history. In the aftermath of the Battle of Sekigahara, Kojiro comes face to face with emotions previously unknown to him--fear and desperation. Far from being daunted, Kojiro embraces these feelings and allows them to shape him into what may be the ultimate swordsman.


Vagabond, Vol. 21 - Inoue Takehiko, Sept. 2005 (Kodansha) / June 2006 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372464-6
ISBN (US): 1-4215-0741-2
Length: 224 pages

180: Gathering in Kyoto
181: Carving Demons
182: First Snow
183: The Same Moon
184: Eagle and Ant
185: Rendaiji
186: Altercation After Dark
187: Before Dawn
188: The Place Where I Belong
After one year, Musashi returns to Kyoto for a rematch with the Yoshioka brothers. Musashi is a changed man, but does he have what it takes to overcome the ferocity of the younger brother, Denshichiro, and the sublime skills of the older brother, Seijuro?


Vagabond, Vol. 22 - Inoue Takehiko, Feb. 2006 (Kodansha) / Aug. 2006 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372497-4
ISBN (US): 1-4215-0818-4
Length: 208 pages

189: Burdened
190: The Death of Seijuro
191: Painting with Water
192: Koetsu and Myoshu
193: Bedlam in Kyoto
194: Talk of the Town
195: Confrontation of Rivals
196: Return of the Vainglorious
197: The Real Kojiro
A tempest of a man has arrived in Kyoto and the entire city is in a fervor, anticipating the storm to come. Musashi has returned for a rematch against Yoshioka Denshichiro, and he's prepared to take down all of the Yoshioka Dojo to defeat him!


Vagabond, Vol. 23 - Inoue Takehiko, June 2006 (Kodansha) / Oct. 2006 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372526-1
ISBN (US): 1-4215-0826-5
Length: 208 pages

198: Grass, Snow, and Blood
199: Kojiro and Matahachi
200: Two Kojiros
201: Ladder to Success
202: Presumptuous
203: The Day After Tomorrow
204: Sword Sharpening
205: Sottaku
206: Straightforward
When the elder disciples of the Yoshioka Dojo realize that their leader, Yoshioka Denshichiro, is no match for Musashi, they come up with a dishonorable plan--to hire Sasaki Kojiro, a deaf-mute swordsman with a reputation as fierce as Musashi's, to fight their battle for them. Thus begins the saga of the greatest duel in Japanese history.


Vagabond, Vol. 24 - Inoue Takehiko, Oct. 2006 (Kodansha) / Feb. 2007 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372553-7
ISBN (US): 1-4215-0827-3
Length: 208 pages

207: Afternoon Nap
208: Chance Encounter
209: A Long Detour
210: Rivals at Play
211: On the Eve of Battle
212: Bright New Morning
213: Worthless Junk
214: Rengeoin
215: It's Already Begun
On the eve of his duel with the leader of the great Yoshioka School, Musashi takes a step back to reflect upon his past in order to acquire a higher level of understanding and awareness. However, a chance encounter with deaf-mute swordsman Sasaki Kojiro provides an impromptu preview of what will become the greatest duel in the annals of Japanese history.


Vagabond, Vol. 25 - Inoue Takehiko, March 2007 (Kodansha) / May 2007 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372582-7
ISBN (US): 1-4215-0975-X
Length: 208 pages

216: A Year After
217: Denshichiro Advances
218: Demise
219: Unbreakable Bonds
220: Admiration and Hate
221: Old Friends
222: Friends
223: From the Treetop
224: Ichijoji Sagarimatsu
At last, the long-awaited rematch between Musashi and the leader of the mighty Yoshioka School is at hand. Literally head and shoulders above Musashi, Yoshioka Denshichiro granted Musashi a reprieve of one year for a rematch. Now the time is up, and the climax to Musashi's epic clash with the Yoshioka is about to come to a bloody finale--or will it? Within one year's time, Musashi has grown wiser and stronger, but can he really bring this spiral of blood and killing to an end?


Vagabond, Vol. 26 - Inoue Takehiko, July 2007 (Kodansha) / Oct. 2007 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372612-1
ISBN (US): 1-4215-1983-6
Length: 200 pages

225: Musashi Against Seventy Samurai
226: Debt to the Yoshioka
227: Army of One
228: Swarm
229: The Rapids
230: Sallowed Sky
231: Exhaustion
232: Life
233: It Finds a Way
Musashi defeats the two masters of the mighty Yoshioka, the most renowned school of swordsmanship in Kyoto. But now with the entire clan out for revenge, will Musashi be forced to hack and chop his way through seventy bloodthirsty men, or will he leap right into their fold?


Vagabond, Vol. 27 - Inoue Takehiko, Nov. 2007 (Kodansha) / March 2008 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372640-4
ISBN (US): 1-4215-2008-7
Length: 216 pages

234: Heaps
235: The Depth
236: The End of the Battle
237: In the Way
238: Necessary to the Era
239: Mud of Blood
240: A Chance Meeting
241: One Stroke of the Sword
242: The End of the Battle
The carnage continues! Musashi single-handedly takes on the entire Yoshioka Clan, 70 bloodthirsty men out for revenge. On the brink of death, will he be pushed over the edge or will this sublime battle experience take him one step closer to his ultimate goal?


Vagabond, Vol. 28 - Inoue Takehiko, May 2008 (Kodansha) / Oct. 2008 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372685-5
ISBN (US): 1-4215-2708-1
Length: 208 pages

243: Frogs
244: A Path All His Own
245: Reunion
246: The Two Stay the Same
247: While You Were Sleeping
248: Heartbeat
249: Rumors of Musashi
250: An End to Fighting
251: Prayer
What does a man do after he accomplishes the impossible? This is exactly what Musashi must reflect upon after he survives single-handedly taking on seventy bloodthirsty men out for revenge. But before he can take his next step, Musashi will have to recover from his battle wounds—and it remains to be seen whether he'll even be able to walk again...


Vagabond, Vol. 29 - Inoue Takehiko, Oct. 2008 (Kodansha) / May 2009 (Viz)
ISBN (JP): 4-06-372750-0
ISBN (US): 1-4215-3148-8
Length: 200 pages

252: Captive Musashi
253: To Live by the Sword
254: Home
255: Question
256: A Voice
257: Contradiction
258: The Inner Light
259: The Twig
260: Flame of Vengeance
Musashi is at the greatest crossroads of his life. After surviving his single-handed battle against the seventy men of the Yoshioka Clan, Musashi is left with an injury that may lead to the end of his sword-fighting days. Could this mean he will escape from the spiral of death and killing that has been at the very center of his being for so long, or will the way of the sword be too tempting for him to walk away from?


Vagabond, Vol. 30 - Inoue Takehiko, May 2009 (Kodansha) / Nov. 2009 (Viz)
Length: 200 pages
ISBN (JP): 4-0637-2750-5
ISBN (US): 1-4215-3438-X

261: Moonlight
262: Farewell
263: Dream Fulfilled
264: Mirage
265: That's All It Was
266: Two Pieces of a Whole
267: Crossroads
268: On the Edge of the Sword
269: The Light
With his right leg severely injured, Mushashi is forced to take a step back from the treacherous spiral of life and death battle. Uncertain about his future, he's sure about one thing--he wants to be where he once was, when he could all but see everything interconnected in its entirety. But what will he have to do to get there again?


Vagabond, Vol. 31 - Inoue Takehiko, Sept. 2009 (Kodansha) / Jan. 2010 (Viz)
Length: 208 pages
ISBN (JP): 4-0637-2827-9
ISBN (US): 1-4215-3631-5

270: Drifter
271: Enter the Circle
272: Going Home with Broken Dreams
273: Mother and Child
274: Mother
275: Liar
276: Chance Encounter
277: Friends
278: Treasure
"Invincible is just a word, a mirage." With this revelation, Musashi sets out again to continue along the way. But will the path he chooses take him further towards the light or deeper into the darkness that is all too familiar to him, the spiral of killing and death?


Vagabond, Vol. 32 - Inoue Takehiko, Jan. 2010 (Kodansha) / Aug. 2010 (Viz)
Length: 208 pages
ISBN (JP): 4-0637-2866-8
ISBN (US): 1-4215-3813-X

279: Admiration
280: Sword Demon Ittosai
281: Falling Star
282: This Shape
283: Thirteen
284: Spiral
285: Learning to Smile
286: Tiger vs. Tiger
287: Nonsense About No Sword
Ferocious and bursting with bloodlust, lto lttosai, the embodiment of what Musashi used to uphold as the ideal warrior stands before him taunting and goading him into a fight. What Musashi does not know is the connection that lttosai has with Sasaki kojiro, the man destined to become the greatest opponent Musashi will ever face.


Vagabond, Vol. 33 - Inoue Takehiko, May. 2010 (Kodansha) / Oct. 2010 (Viz)
Length: 208 pages
ISBN (JP): 4-0637-2903-6
ISBN (US): 1-4215-3814-8

288: Kokura
289: Inner Music
290: Life Among Men
291: Seven Years
292: Faces
293: Mist
294: Give It Up
295: Paper Balloon
296: Kojiro's Town
While the rest of the world seeks out the man that single-handedly defeated seventy men, Musashi finds refuge in a domestic environment that is quite foreign to him. And when he happens to cover up his ears, Musashi finds that blocking out this external stimulus brings him closer to an understanding about something within himself, as well as closer to the man who is destined to be the greatest opponent he will ever face.


Vagabond, Vol. 35 - Inoue Takehiko, 2011 (Kodansha) / 2011 (Viz)
297: Too Flashy
298: Instructor
299: Mogura
300: The Future of Our Freedom
301: At The End of The Journey
302: Children of the Earth
303: Rainy Soil


Vagabond, Vol. 35 - Inoue Takehiko, 2013 (Kodansha) / 2013 (Viz)
304: Overflowing Water
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Vagabond, Vol. 36 - Inoue Takehiko, 2013 (Kodansha) / 2013 (Viz)
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Musashi battles a different type of foe when a devastating famine threatens to ravage a remote village. Musashi attempts to help an orphaned boy enrich the soil of a barren land. But can anyone single-handedly take on the forces of nature in the manner that Musashi defeated the seventy swordsmen of the Yoshioka dojo?
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