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EXCLUSIVE: Things Get Heated Fast in Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #7 Preview

EXCLUSIVE: Things Get Heated Fast in Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #7 Preview

Things get out of hand very quickly in CBR’s exclusive preview for Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #7, provided by Dark Horse Comics. The issue acts as the finale for “The Hidden” arc, and that’s no great surprise, as the preview reveals a massive brawl between shogunate members and Usagi’s crew.

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The fight revolves around a foreign book that the shogunate agents have been pursuing since it arrived in Nagasaki. The issue will reveal the nature of the book’s secrets just as a rash of fires threaten the destroy the city itself (and, of course, everyone in it). The final panel reveals just how  desperate the shogunate is to get its hands on the book. Just what might be inside, exactly?

Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #7

  • The stunning conclusion to Stan Sakai’s ”Hidden” arc! Usagi and Inspector Ishida uncover the truth just as the Shogunate agents attack. Trapped by flames and assassins, not only are the pair’s lives in danger, but the secret they’ve just discovered may vanish with them as a raging fire threatens to annihilate the city–destroying everything and everyone within it.
  • Writer: Stan Sakai
  • Artist: Stan Sakai
  • Cover Artist: Stan Sakai
  • Publication Date: October 24, 2018
  • Format: b&w, 28 pages; Miniseries
  • Price: $3.99

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