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Banya: The Explosive Delivery Man

Banya: The Explosive Delivery Man

Alternative Titles

English: Banya: The Explosive Delivery Man
Synonyms: Hell's Angel Delivery Man Banya, Pok Ju Baedal Bu Banya
Japanese: 폭주배달부 반야


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 38
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 17, 2004 to Mar 4, 2006
Authors: Kim, Young-Oh (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.341 (scored by 1222 users)
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Ranked: #49472
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /38


With a worldwide war raging between humans and monsters, the young delivery men of the Gaya Desert Post Office do not pledge allegiance to any country or king. They are banded together by a pledge to deliver. Fast. Precise. Secure. Banya, the craziest and craftiest of the bunch, will stop at nothing to get a job done. Known as the Explosive Delivery Man for his risk taking, bold resolve, and impeccable record, Banya agrees to complete a wounded soldier's mission to transport a parcel of great importance--not knowing what dangers lie in store for him and his friends! As their arduous journey begins, Banya promises, "There isn't a delivery I can't make. I always deliver." (Source: Dark Horse)


Banya: The Explosive Delivery Man was published in English by Dark Horse from September 20, 2006 to September 19, 2007.



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May 28, 2009
Banya is a fast paced mature shounen manhwa where odd characters and violent action are put together in a stylish way. The author has created a distinct world with its own conflicts, heroes and adventures.

Banya follows a protagonist of the same name who works as a delivery man in the Gaya Desert Post Office. Together with his friends, he goes on various missions and always delivers the package. No matter what challenges lie ahead of him.

The first couple of volumes concentrate on different assignment that Banya undertakes. Beuatiful art, plenty of carnage and interesting monster designs immediately suck the reader into the read more
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Jan 24, 2016
The author can into art like god, but almost equally sucks at plot-building (ok, a bit less, but still can’t into it too well). The beginning is episodic, the overarching story starts at chapter 19 (and absorbs some of the details of the earlier chapters, so don’t just drop in there), but it stays rather second-rate. The plot is certainly not the strength of this manhwa. Keeping it in mind, you can enjoy this work to a considerable degree thanks to the art and the action. In one of the chapters the author mentions that he knows his manhwa isn’t too good, but he wants read more
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