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Sand Land

Sand Land

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English: Sand Land
Synonyms: SandLand
Japanese: SAND LAND


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 14
Status: Finished
Published: May 9, 2000 to Aug 8, 2000
Authors: Toriyama, Akira (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)


Score: 7.141 (scored by 2557 users)
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Ranked: #71572
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Popularity: #1670
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In a future world known as Sand Land, the one river that supplied the entire world had suddenly stopped, and the only source of water is from the greedy king's overpriced water bottles. Demons and humans live together in a world of drought, until Sheriff Rao confronts Beelzebub in need of a demon on a quest to find the Phantom Lake, a river on which birds called Water Finches supply themselves. Though reluctant at first, Beelzebub goes along (thanks to a good bribe) and brings an older demon, Thief, with him to find the lake for the good of all creatures, whether demon or human.


Sand Land was published in English by VIZ Media under the Shonen Jump imprint on December 24, 2003.


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Feb 23, 2009
Did you finish Dragon Ball and think, "Holy crap Akira Toriyama is freakin' manga God I need more, something better!" Then this is it. Personally I think Akira Toriyama isn nothing special but this manga proved me wrong.

The story is great for a quick one shot volume, despite the premise of "The goverment tooks our waterz we nao rebel!" Like I just said that's the plot. The big flaw that I found is the fact that it was rushed. The volume ends at 12 chapters, and I feel that one more chapter could have gotten me up to the last chapter. The final fight read more
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Jul 8, 2012
Alright, this is my first review so excuse me if it sucks. Anyways, Sandland is a short manga written and drawn by Dragon Ball Z creator Akira Toryima. With that said you can clearly tell because his unique art style is obviously throughout the story. Some people don't like his style, some people do. I for one enjoy it. Though it's a quick read Toryima really fleshes out this whole post-apocalyptic world (which I love) that has character of it's own. Sure there's obviously cliche's but they blend so easily with the unique parts of the story that I hardly noticed read more
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