Already beloved for his adventures in several anthologies, the masterless samurai Miyamoto Usagi debuted his own eagerly anticipated series in July 1987. Now Dark Horse is proud to make Stan Sakai’s original Usagi Yojimbo series available online for the first time as part of a complete digital presentation of the Usagi Yojimbo epic!
In this first issue, Sakai begins revealing Usagi’s origin, previously only hinted at, in the first three chapters of “Samurai.” Winning a battle against an old adversary, but feeling no joy in his victory, Usagi tells a friend the story of his training as a samurai. This special digital edition also includes the original pages Sakai created for the Samurai collection!
• “One of the most original, innovative, well-executed comicbooks anywhere to be found.”—Stan Lee
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