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Le grand jour est enfin arrivé : Umibozu et Miki se marient ! Mais cette journée qui aurait dû être l'une des plus belles de leur vie tourne au cauchemar lorsque Miki s'écroule sur le parvis de l'église, frappée par une balle. Les ennemis de City Hunter ne sont jamais loin et toujours prêts à tout pour se venger de celui qui leur a porté un coup fatal. Dernier tome des aven Le grand jour est enfin arrivé : Umibozu et Miki se marient ! Mais cette journée qui aurait dû être l'une des plus belles de leur vie tourne au cauchemar lorsque Miki s'écroule sur le parvis de l'église, frappée par une balle. Les ennemis de City Hunter ne sont jamais loin et toujours prêts à tout pour se venger de celui qui leur a porté un coup fatal. Dernier tome des aventures de City Hunter !


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Le grand jour est enfin arrivé : Umibozu et Miki se marient ! Mais cette journée qui aurait dû être l'une des plus belles de leur vie tourne au cauchemar lorsque Miki s'écroule sur le parvis de l'église, frappée par une balle. Les ennemis de City Hunter ne sont jamais loin et toujours prêts à tout pour se venger de celui qui leur a porté un coup fatal. Dernier tome des aven Le grand jour est enfin arrivé : Umibozu et Miki se marient ! Mais cette journée qui aurait dû être l'une des plus belles de leur vie tourne au cauchemar lorsque Miki s'écroule sur le parvis de l'église, frappée par une balle. Les ennemis de City Hunter ne sont jamais loin et toujours prêts à tout pour se venger de celui qui leur a porté un coup fatal. Dernier tome des aventures de City Hunter !

36 review for City Hunter, Volume 32

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mojca

    In the beginning of this final volume of the City Hunter saga Ryo and Kaori are still separated with her working with Mick in direct competition with Saeba for exclusive use of the name of their "firm". The bickering is still there, the beatings are constant, despite Ryo's insistence she should keep only her new partner, Mick, in check, but there are deeper undertones to it all. Kaori is still filled with jealousy despite her professing she wouldn't return to Ryo no matter what, Mick is determined In the beginning of this final volume of the City Hunter saga Ryo and Kaori are still separated with her working with Mick in direct competition with Saeba for exclusive use of the name of their "firm". The bickering is still there, the beatings are constant, despite Ryo's insistence she should keep only her new partner, Mick, in check, but there are deeper undertones to it all. Kaori is still filled with jealousy despite her professing she wouldn't return to Ryo no matter what, Mick is determined to bring the two idiots together while also making a last effort of winning Kaori, and Ryo...He's still a mystery, but it's obvious from the designs that something is bothering him (especially during the failed attempt at a joint "nightly excursion" with Mick). But they have to put it all on the back burner to protect the president of the state of Latoania (yeah, made-up countries aren't Hojo's forte). They of course prevent him from blowing up, but Kaori once again ends up kidnapped, since she and Mick aren't that coordinated. Ryo naturally rides to the rescue and the connection between these two former colleagues is obvious as they don't even have to be in close proximity to coordinate their actions. This last realization still isn't enough, even after Kazue makes a surprise appearance and reveals Ryo was actually working for her as well by keeping an eye on Mick, to make Kaori reconsider her leaving...Until she overhears a conversation between Mick and Ryo in which the two men discuss the latter's pulling back after Kaori's "amnesia". The man finally more-or-less confesses his true feelings for Kaori and expresses his deep-set fear of those same feelings, yet is still reluctant to actually speak to the woman in question, resulting in a scheme into which he pulls both Umibozu (who he deems responsible for Kaori fleeing in the first place) and Mick (by blackmailing him with revealing his true intentions to Kazue). The scheme is unnecessary, because Kaori drags him away on an assignment without bothering to listening to anything, deciding to forgive him one more time. And then comes the final few chapters where true feelings are revealed both in words, but most importantly in actions, as Ryo and Kaori are invited to Umi and Miki's wedding and where Miki and Kaori have a heart-to-heart about the importance of the ceremony and the meaning of the flowers in her bouquet, and Ryo compliments Umibozu on his courage to go through the process for Miki, despite the dangerous world they're living in. But someone else is about to use the wedding ceremony to wreak havoc and force City Hunter into a battle for life and death by exploiting Ryo's only weakness... The final battle is intense, action-packed and fast-paced. Despite it being illustrated, Hojo uses all his talent in conveying the danger the characters are in, the easy banter and camaraderie between Ryo and Umibozu, and finally the urgency and emotions Ryo feels before the climax of the chapter. The words were needed to make everybody understand just what a pivotal moment the ending was, but, as I said before, actions spoke volumes. And in the end, Hojo's talent once more shines in those final, calmer vignettes, where instead of words, facial expressions and posture spoke loud and clear, conveying the connection and the bond between Ryo and Kaori. I'm a little bit disappointed by the ending, since things looked to be quickly back to their usual normal, but let's just say (and hope) the mangaka left it a little open-ended so everybody could take it as they wanted, creating their own possibilities or what was truly going on in the Saeba household as the CH story drew to a conclusion. In the end, I have to reiterate how much I adore this manga. It's an almost perfect combination of a complex hero living in the gray world of true justice, his tomboyish assistant who turns out to be his saving grace, the connection between them, their peculiar, star-crossed relationship filled with misunderstandings, ambiguity and fears...Wonderful secondary characters and their relationships and friendships, amazing characterization and character growth and development, intense, action-packed, intriguing and sometimes emotional storylines, and a complex main arc that ties together earlier volumes with the later ones, all mixed up with gags and humor...All thanks to the amazing talent of its creator, Tsukasa Hojo.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Berneen

    Bon et bien cette fois, c'est le dernier. Je ne regrette pas d'avoir repris la lecture de ces 32 volumes mais je dois dire que les trois derniers sentaient vraiment la fin. Bon et bien cette fois, c'est le dernier. Je ne regrette pas d'avoir repris la lecture de ces 32 volumes mais je dois dire que les trois derniers sentaient vraiment la fin.

  3. 4 out of 5

    3moopydelfy

  4. 5 out of 5

    OTIS

  5. 5 out of 5

    Christophe

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    Antoine

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mirlou

  8. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mrs_Serendipitie

  10. 4 out of 5

    Florence

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cali

  12. 5 out of 5

    Julien Sindt

  13. 4 out of 5

    Stéphane Perrault

  14. 5 out of 5

    DarkAthena59

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jo_March

  16. 5 out of 5

    David Wei

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    Katia

  18. 4 out of 5

    Raina Sofea

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    Francesca Troiani

  20. 4 out of 5

    Denis Navarre

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    Simon Cros

  22. 4 out of 5

    Whiteangel00

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ssanchit Malik

  24. 4 out of 5

    Christine Sharon

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    Eric Jang

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  28. 4 out of 5

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  30. 4 out of 5

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  31. 4 out of 5

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  32. 4 out of 5

    Gunawan Kusumajaya

  33. 5 out of 5

    Alesae77

  34. 5 out of 5

    Sumontha Pirom

  35. 5 out of 5

    Patrizia

  36. 4 out of 5

    Kana

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