Hokuto no Ken - Yuria Gaiden
Fist of the North Star: Yuria's Story - The Merciful Mother Star
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Hokuto no Ken - Yuria Gaiden

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Synonyms: Yuria Gaiden: Jibo no Hoshi
Japanese: 北斗の拳 ユリア外伝 慈母の星
English: Fist of the North Star: Yuria's Story - The Merciful Mother Star
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 10, 2006 to Jun 8, 2007
Genre: Action Action
Theme: Martial Arts Martial Arts
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Comic Bunch
Authors: Kasai, Ayumi (Art)


Score: 6.381 (scored by 510510 users)
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Ranked: #139612
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Popularity: #10427
Members: 1,219
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A Hokuto no Ken sidestory telling the story of Yuria prior to the Hokuto no Ken main story, including the battle between Shin and Juuza.


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May 14, 2016
CocoPai (All reviews)
This is set before the apocalypse happened, which you would think it would give more insight on the characters: it doesn't. The art style feels like a cheap shojou and doesn't do any justice for the original material. While it is funny to see Shin riding a motorcycle or Juuza just being himself, there's not enough substance to make it worthwhile. It's mostly about how perfect Yuria is and it continues to elaborate on it with some more bland stories of how she's sacrificed herself for others, with little to no cost to her in the end. It reads almost like a short work read more
Nov 14, 2020
Draly (All reviews)
Funnily enough, Yuria Gaiden does not revolve so much around Yuria than it does around Juuza and Shin. In fact it even serves as a better Juuza Gaiden than the original Juuza Gaiden.

Hokuto no Ken is masterful in the way Hara and Buronson are able to walk this very thin line between asinine and emotionally engaging. Characters, dialogues and plot in the orignal manga are among the stupidest I've seen in any work of fiction... but the art, the scenography and the overall narration manages to make most of the scenes strangely poignant. The presentation is so unapologetic, so casual in its ridiculousness, so serious read more


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