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by Akimi Yoshida


This publication of the series Banana Fish divides the story into the original 19 volumes. Book 4. Banana Fish, Vol. 4. by Akimi Yoshida.

This publication of the series Banana Fish divides the story into the original 19 volumes  . Shelve Banana Fish, Vol. 1. Want to Read.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by allnewbooks. If you thought that Ash's station in life was tenuous in Volume 1 of Banana Fish, you'll find that it's taken a distinct turn for the worse in Volume 2. His best friend is dead, killed by a monster from Ash's childhood, who himself turns up dead, and Ash is framed for the murder. In prison for a crime he did not commit, Ash must find a way to survive the dangers of prison.

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Banana Fish is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akimi Yoshida. It was serialized in the manga magazine Bessatsu Shōjo Comic from 1985 to 1994, and collected into nineteen tankōbon volumes by Shogakukan. Banana Fish follows the relationship between Ash Lynx, a teenage gang leader in New York City, and Eiji Okumura, a Japanese photographer's assistant. The series is noted as a crossover success between shōjo and shōnen audiences, and for its influence on the boys' love (BL) genre.

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About The Book When Dino arranges Ash's frame-up for the murder of a man he had motive to kill twenty times over, an "accident" behind bars is.More books from this author: Akimi Yoshida.

About The Book When Dino arranges Ash's frame-up for the murder of a man he had motive to kill twenty times over, an "accident" behind bars is on the agenda. About The Illustrator. Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (May 5, 2004). ISBN13: 9781569319734. Browse Related Books. More books in this series: Banana Fish.

Read Banana Fish manga chapters for free. You could read the latest and hottest Banana Fish manga in MangaHere. Banana Fish Completed . 9. Author: YOSHIDA Akimi. Action Mystery Shounen Ai Drama Tragedy Webtoons. Nature made Ash Lynx beautiful; nurture made him a cold ruthless killer.

VICE CITY: NEW YORK IN THE 80s... When Dino arranges Ash's frame-up for the murder of a man he had motive to kill twenty times over, an "accident" behind bars is on the agenda. But in the same prison is Max Lobo, a journalist himself on the trail of the enigma code-named Banana Fish...
Wilalmaine
If you are wondering what library binding is going to look like the whole cover is going to be hard back. It will not look like a typical manga. Although it doesn't look like a typical manga and sticks out compare all other ones you may own the book quality is good. If you are interested in a sturdier form of this book and don't mind that it looks different then I would recommend this manga with library binding.
tamada
Banana Fish got its start in the US in the now sadly defunct "Pulp" magazine from Viz. I was introduced to it there and was so taken that I followed it religiously for the past two years.
Banana Fish has been developing in the most delightful ways. Ashe Lynx is a young man (17 y/o) with the good looks, deadly skills, and sophisticated brain to terrify anyone. He was a runaway who ran to the big city and was picked up by the mob for child prostitution. He becomes the favorite ... toy of the mob boss, who teaches favorite toy things about manipulation and power, the way things work and how to kill people. Eventually, however, Ashe breaks away as the leader of his own gang and turf in the city, and proceeds to set himself against him, Mr. mob boss, Dino.
Okay, so why is it called "Banana Fish?" Banana Fish is the code name of a secret drug developed during the Vietnam War. The drug, like many others, was tested on American troops. Ashe's brother is one of them, and he comes home after going crazy.
Then, Ashe finds a man dying in an alley. The man's last words are "Banana Fish," and he presses a vial into the boy's hand. Ashe discovers the connection between his bed-ridden and dying brother and the mysterious drug and vows revenge.
This start Ashe on a path that brings him into conflict with the Chinese mafia, Dino's gang, and even against the police. He must find out what Banana Fish is, and then destroy it. Meanwhile, he has to guard his heart against a young Japanese boy named "Eiji" who brings out his gentleness and the boy inside.
Truly a tasty tale, but not for the faint hearted. This comic contains sexual elements, a lot of violence, and adult themes. I love it.
Ferri - My name
It seems that trouble follows Ash, though he does leave a trail for it to follow. Volume 3 starts with Ash still in prison, where he's being held for a murder he didn't commit, and where he's being dogged by minions of the man who framed him. Fellow prisonmate Max Lobo has declared himself to be Ash's protector, and Ash doesn't seem to have much say in the matter. Once Ash learns about his brother Griffin's fate, however, he is happy to take Lobo's (and his lawyer's) help to get out of prison and on his way.
And that, of course, is when the real fun begins.
Determined to help, Eiji finds new and interesting resources in himself and helps Ash make his escape... and his assault on the enemy. When things fail to go as planned, a newly reunited crew finds themselves on the run and looking for answers. Where their search takes them opens up more of Ash's past and gives us a better idea of how Ash turned out the way he is, and why he is so loyal to Griffin.
There are still lots of secrets left in Banana Fish, however. For instance, what, exactly, is Banana Fish? What is the connection to the man who died at Ash's feet in Volume 1? Why is Ibe so protective of Eiji? And what about those suspicious suicides? What is Papa Dino going to do now?
Like the previous two volumes, Volume 3 of Banana Fish leaves you wanting more and wondering about the future of the characters. A great read all around.
Mullador
Ash and his friends continue their quest to find the truth behind Banana Fish, but if they thought they would be left to do their research in peace, they were sorely mistaken. Holing up at Dr. Alexis Dawson's house might have worked, had 1) the house not been under surveillance and 2) there not been a traitor on the inside. When Ash and Max rush off to try to save Max's family, a treacherous plan is set into motion, whisking Shadow and Eiji off to New York to face Papa Dino, and the rest soon to follow.
With the truth of Banana Fish out in the open, all the remains to be seen is how Ash will find a way out of the clutches of Papa Dino and Arthur while saving Max, Eiji, Shadow, and the rest of his friends. And stop Papa Dino from becoming one of the most powerful men on the planet and turning over the horrible power of Banana Fish to the US Government. Oh yes, and the revenge. You can't forget the revenge.
Five volumes in, Banana Fish is still going strong, and still has enough allure to keep you wondering what's going to happen next. With only one volume left in the series, I am very eager to see how Yoshida wraps up the story. This has been another excellent installation in the Banana Fish series.
Vareyma
If you thought that Ash's station in life was tenuous in Volume 1 of Banana Fish, you'll find that it's taken a distinct turn for the worse in Volume 2. His best friend is dead, killed by a monster from Ash's childhood, who himself turns up dead, and Ash is framed for the murder. In prison for a crime he did not commit, Ash must find a way to survive the dangers of prison. What Ash learns about his unwanted prison protector does nothing to help him come to terms with what has happened to his brother, or to finding the truth about the elusive "Banana Fish."
The second volume of Banana Fish continues the tale of Ash and the tumultuous life he leads in his attempts to survive life in the youth gangs of New York City and to find out what happened to his brother in jungles of Vietnam. Ash has a number of people looking out for him, much to his dismay, but he's going to need all the help he can get, as there are an equal or greater number of people who'd like to see him dead. Character conflict and mystery drive this story, and I suspect I will remain hooked throughout the rest of the series.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to read Volume 3.
Banana Fish, Vol. 2 ebook
Author:
Akimi Yoshida
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Manga
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Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC; 2nd edition (May 5, 2004)
Pages:
192 pages
Rating:
4.2
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