Dark Schneider est le plus puissant sorcier des forces du mal, mais un sortilège l'a transformé en un inoffensif gamin. Seul le baiser d'une jeune fille peut lui rendre ses pouvoirs et l'obliger à défendre le royaume de Metalicana....
|Title||:||Bastard!!, Vol. 8|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Bastard!!, Vol. 8 Reviews
1st half of this concludes the Omega Abigail fight - a volume and a half for one adversary is a tad excessive. It ends with a mighty destructive blast killing almost everything. The second half promts a real tone change to the series. We get a legendary tale which indicates that Bastard!! in in fact set in a post apocalyptic future and not the Medieval fastasy past we assumed. Weird. Then we move two years after Abigail's destruction - Kall-Su is laying waste to everything and we have an army of rebel samurai (survivors of the blast) to oppose him. D.S is gone, we've got a whole cast of new characters introduced all at once and the swordplay has moved from barbarian fantasy to samurai - as well as all these changes we've obviously got a different translator who is missing the metal references (Metallicana has suddenly become Meta-Rikana and Iron Maiden has become Aian Meide). The two nice things about this are the return of Kai Harn and the artwork on Anthrasax - otherwise a bit disappointing after previous volumes, not nearly as much fun.