Kuroi Fubuki
Black Blizzard
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Kuroi Fubuki

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 黒い吹雪
English: Black Blizzard
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 1956
Genre: Drama Drama
Serialization: None
Authors: Tatsumi, Yoshihiro (Story & Art)


Score: 6.721 (scored by 303303 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #107102
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #13875
Members: 746
Favorites: 3
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Susumu Yamaji, a twenty-four-year-old pianist, is arrested for murder and ends up handcuffed to a career criminal on the train that will take them to prison. An avalanche derails the train and the criminal takes the opportunity to escape, dragging a reluctant Susumu with him into the blizzard raging outside. They flee into the mountains to an abandoned ranger station, where they take shelter from the storm. As they sit around the fire they built, Susumu relates how love drove him to become a murderer. A cinematic adventure story, Black Blizzard uncovers an unlikely love story and an even unlikelier friendship.

(Source: Same Hat!)


Kuroi Fubuki was published in English as Black Blizzard by Drawn and Quarterly on April 13, 2010.



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Dec 28, 2016
Pippyh (All reviews)
This manga was one of the first I owned, when I first started getting into manga and anime a few years ago. It is short and simple but good.

The story can be summed up easily, two criminals handcuffed together on the run. One of the main elements of the story is the threat of having to cut off their hands in order to escape. My favourite part was the princess bride style 'one of these glasses is poisoned'. There isn't much to say, as it is so short. There is an old art style, fitting for a 50s manga.

There are only two named characters in read more


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