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  • Published: 13 August 2024
  • ISBN: 9781506740942
  • Imprint: Dark Horse Books
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 144
  • RRP: $140.00

Space Usagi: Death and Honor Limited Edition



As the general of Lord Shirohoshi's space fleet, it's Usagi's responsibility to keep the lord and his heir safe. Now tasked with the education and protection of the lord's heir, Usagi must remain vigilant at all times to protect the heir from a murderous plot and an unexpected betrayal.

Featuring Stan Sakai's emotive artwork and expert lettering, with colors by Emi Fujii. With a new introduction from Stan Sakai and collecting the Space Usagi: Yokai Hunter one-shot comic.

This limited edition hardcover sports a dust jacket and exclusive tip-in sheet signed by Stan Sakai!

Collects Space Usagi: Death and Honor #1–#3 and Space Usagi: Yokai Hunter.

The rabbit ronin's classic adventure in space—now in color and with a bonus issue-long story!

As the general of Lord Shirohoshi's space fleet, it's Usagi's responsibility to keep the lord and his heir safe. Now tasked with the education and protection of the lord's heir, Usagi must remain vigilant at all times to protect the heir from a murderous plot and an unexpected betrayal.

Featuring Stan Sakai's emotive artwork and expert lettering, with colors by Emi Fujii. With a new introduction from Stan Sakai and collecting the Space Usagi: Yokai Hunter one-shot comic.

This limited edition hardcover sports a dust jacket and exclusive tip-in sheet signed by Stan Sakai!

Collects Space Usagi: Death and Honor #1–#3 and Space Usagi: Yokai Hunter.

  • Published: 13 August 2024
  • ISBN: 9781506740942
  • Imprint: Dark Horse Books
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 144
  • RRP: $140.00

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Praise for Space Usagi: Death and Honor Limited Edition


“Sixteenth-century Japan is never so entertaining as in Stan Sakai’s tales of Miyamoto Usagi.”—NPR’s Best Books of 2014

“Stan Sakai has successfully brought to American comics a collection of Japanese fables well told in the American style. Usagi Yojimbo is an enduring work. Bravo.”—Will Eisner

“Sakai is a master of his craft.”—IGN.com

“To say that Stan Sakai is an amazing storyteller seems silly this far into his fantastic career, but it is the truth. His characters are wildly expressive, and his skills as a cartoonist are as sharp as ever.”—Comicosity

“I don’t think there’s much that I could write about Stan Sakai’s masterwork series that hasn’t been said . . . you are going to fall in love with this world, with this storyteller who will keep you guessing and enthralled.”—Fanbase Press

“This is the definition of a timeless work of art.”—Multiversity Comics

“[Stan’s] work seems both effortless and worked over; he is a true master of comics.”—Multiversity Comics

Usagi Yojimbo continues to be the best adventure comic in the world today.”—Newsarama

“Sixteenth-century Japan is never so entertaining as in Stan Sakai’s tales of Miyamoto Usagi.”—NPR

“Sakai is a total pro and a consummate craftsman.”—Rolling Stone

“Humbly presented, but a paragon of its art.”—Booklist

“Sakai delivers on the action, humor, and layers it all with his signature mix of Japanese mythology and anthropomorphic animals.”—ComicsVerse

“I think Usagi Yojimbo is one of the most original, innovative, well-executed comic books anywhere to be found. Stan's style of artwork, his crisp incisive writing, and his thoroughly professional pacing, all done in a relaxed and absorbed manner, have provided comics with something so rarely seen in this field—a new literary and artistic approach to illustrated storytelling.”—Stan Lee

“One of the most original, innovative, well-executed comic books anywhere to be found.”—Stan Lee

“Stan Sakai is able to spin a web of emotions with few words . . . nothing is lost as each sentence has a meaning and purpose towards the larger narrative. The art is equally gorgeously simple . . . a must read for any comic book fan.” —Graphic Policy

“A must read for any comic book fan.”—Graphic Policy