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Lupin III #6 (Tokyopop, August 2003)

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Condition
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Tradition
US Comics
UPC
159182124X
Publication Year
2003
Artist/Writer
Matt Yamashita, モンキー・パンチ, Ray Yoshimoto
Language
English
Character
Arsene Lupin III, Arsene Lupin III (As Takinogawa), Arsene Lupin III (As Takinokawa), Fujiko Mine, Goemon Ishikawa, Daisuke Jigen, Inspector Koichi Zenegata
Issue Number
6
Era
Modern Age (1992-Now)
Cover Artist
モンキー・パンチ, Patrick Hook
Series Title
Lupin III
Publisher
Tokyopop
Genre
Crime & Thriller

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Comic Stories: How to Succeed in Business, Theft of a Salesman, What a Skull Wants, The Mind Is a Mansion, Always Be Selling, The Company Man, Grand Theft Auto, Triple Play

Product Identifiers

Publisher
Tokyopop
ISBN-10
9781591821243
eBay Product ID (ePID)
16056870059

Product Key Features

Language
English
Era
Modern Age (1992-Now)
Artist/Writer
Matt Yamashita, モンキー・パンチ, Ray Yoshimoto
Cover Artist
モンキー・パンチ, Patrick Hook
Genre
Crime & Thriller
Publication Year
2003
Character
Arsene Lupin III, Arsene Lupin III (As Takinogawa), Arsene Lupin III (As Takinokawa), Fujiko Mine, Goemon Ishikawa, Daisuke Jigen, Inspector Koichi Zenegata
Series Title
Lupin III
Issue Number
6

Additional Product Features

Number of Pages
196
Publication Date
August 2003
Attribution
Portions of content provided by the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0)
Publisher Country
United States
UPD
645573009991

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  • Not Lupin at his best, but still Lupin.

    After the very strong start of volumes 1 through 5 of the original Lupin III manga, I bought Volume 6 with high expectations. Perhaps a little too high. Rather than tales of international intrigue and amazing assassinations, I found myself following Lupin's adventures as... a corporate peon. While this was allegedly all part of a cover to obtain a rather implausible McGuffin, it felt more like Lupin was simply being put through the ringers on an episode of "The Apprentice." The stories perked up a little after those first couple of Dilbert-esque tales, but not by much. The highlight of the book -- if one can call it that -- is when Lupin battles wits against what must be the Japanese equivalent of Ma and Pa Kettle. Not his most thrilling caper. Even so, ...