Published: Apr 19, 2006 to Jan 19, 2012
Score: 8.041 (scored by 824 users)
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SynopsisThis manga revolves around an underground weapon seller and her accomplices. The story starts when they add a new member to her team, a quite young and strange boy. He hates weapons. An intense action-packed series with bullets, knives, words, and blood flying everywhere! (Source: M-U)
Related MangaAdaptation: Jormungand, Jormungand: Perfect Order
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Until Black Lagoon starts getting released again, Jormungand is where its fans should look for their psychotic lady sexiness + guns fix. The blend of light-hearted interaction, death and serious subject matter in general, as well as the emphasis on scary-but-hot ladies, makes them easy to place together.
Both deal with the transporting of cargo as mercenary teams attempt to protect the goods until they reach their destination; shooting anything that gets in their way. Women lead the way with insane smiles/laughter in Jormungand, as well as Black Lagoon. The most deadly characters in the two are female and in Jormungand the heroine is the lead in a seinen--a rarity.
I prefer Black Lagoon because Jormungand starts out by throwing ten characters at the reader at once, instead of slowly introducing everyone--meaning it takes time to remember names and start caring. Jormungand's more global, country-to-country episodicness also gets in the way of attachment, compared to Black Lagoon's clusterfcuk setting.
Without the Revy-Rock interaction, Jormungand isn't as good as Black Lagoon, but it's still a damn good read.
both have gun fights . if u liked one u will like the other
Both are mature seinen manga series that include women who are violent forces to be reckoned with. Intense action, political plays, and countless rounds of ammunition make up these Hollywood-rivaling adventures.
Related ClubsJormungand, Jormungand FC, Koko Hekmatyar FC, Sofia "Valmet" Valmer FanClub, Yakuza fan club