Ryuu no Michi
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Ryuu no Michi

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Synonyms: The Road of Ryuu
Japanese: リュウの道


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 28
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 5, 1969 to Nov 25, 1970
Genres: Action Action, Adventure Adventure, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Authors: Ishinomori, Shoutarou (Story & Art)


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Ranked: #43642
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Popularity: #11910
Members: 1,400
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Volumes: /8
Chapters: /28


Ryuu stows away on a space vessel, only to be found by the crew when it's far to late to return to Earth. So they stick him in a spare sleep capsule instead. Things take a turn for the unexpected, however, when Ryuu wakes up to find himself the sole survivor of the expedition, the spaceship having crash landed on a grossly mutated and wholly unfamiliar Earth.

Joining forces with fellow survivors from a different crash, Ryuu and his comrades fight to survive on this new and deadly Earth as they search for any humans that might have made it through the mysterious apocalypse.

(Source: MU)


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Apr 16, 2021
There are two gripes that I have with stories that take place after their protagonists awaken from cryogenic stasis. One, they tend to be about the unending sliding scale of reinvigoration, the ripple-like but otherwise fruitful clamoring for sustenance, the acceleration and exacerbation of discord on top of fringe ideas, followed by the eventual time of reckoning, where either the “heroes” live to tell the tale, or do not. They -- methodically and generously filling us in on the various trajectories heralded by these pioneers by whom we are cordially invited along to invest our energies into providing affable running commentary lest their prayers go ...
Nov 30, 2016
Shotaro Ishinomori, creator of the Kamen rider and Cyborg 009 franchises, is one of the most influential and prolific manga artists of all time. Unfortunately, most of his manga has never seen official publication outside of Japan, unlike the works of famed Osamu Tezuka. They’re pretty difficult to find. That’s a shame since many of Ishinomori manga are great. The Way of Ryu is one of such examples.

First warning, don’t be fooled by the cartoonish character design or the seemingly silly and cliché storyline at the beginning. This manga is Berserk-level in term violence and dark story. You will see people, plant, insects, animals, robot ...

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