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The Tokyo 5: Part 1


Yama is a social pariah – 18 years old, mouthy and on a road to nowhere. While defending a work colleague from an overbearing customer, Yama unleashes a latent psychic ability that had previously laid dormant for years and she is now thrown headfirst into a situation she doesn’t understand. Pursued by Furi, an emotionally unstable hunter-killer for the tyrannical Tomo Corporation, Yama’s only chance of survival rests in using her ability to discover new and more powerful allies that can aid her in her struggle to survive.

Andrew Archer

Manga Sized Trade Paperback
Black & White
Page Count: 122

What It's About

Originally inspired by the work of Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira) and Tsutomu Nihei (Blame!), The Tokyo 5: Part 1 follows the lives of five young women living in the aftermath of genetic experimentation. Collecting Chapters 0 – 4, The Tokyo 5: Part 1 is a love letter to classic seinen manga and it’s the first step on a journey that will take you through Yakuza controlled alleyways and bizarre inter-dimensional landscapes. The battle for Tokyo is about to commence.

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