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Gun Frontier

Gun Frontier

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Japanese: ガンフロンティア


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: 1972 to 1975
Authors: Matsumoto, Leiji (Story & Art)
Serialization: Play Comic


Score: 6.761 (scored by 55 users)
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Ranked: #108762
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Popularity: #13561
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It is a harsh and barren wasteland, where the weak aren't allowed to dream. It is also a sacred land for true men, for there is no place a man can feel more alive. This is the Gun Frontier. Sea Pirate Captain Harlock and the errant samurai, Tochirou arrive in the United States on the Western Frontier. Along with a mysterious woman they meet along the way, the two friends challenge sex rings, bandits, and corrupt sheriff. They are searching for a lost clan of Japanese immigrants, and they will tear Gun Frontier from end to end until they find it.


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Sep 22, 2011
Gun Frontier is a manga you should check out if manly romance is far more important to you than art. Personally I liked the art, but it definitely takes some getting used to.

Gun Frontier is an adaption of the Space Pirate Harlock series, placing the badass space captain Harlock in the old American west as a badass cowboy type gunslinger. Along with him, as an equal rather than a sidekick, is his friend the small samurai Tochiro. Together they search for their people, a group of native Japanese settlers who had formed a tribe in tribal America only to have its people read more
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