Jormungand, Vol. 4 (Paperback)

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Jormungand, Vol. 4 (Paperback)

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This is book number 4 in the Jormungand series.

Death is their business, and business is good.

Jonah is a child soldier, born amidst the chaotic conflicts that rage across West Asia, his family lost to a war fueled by weapons supplied by the so-called Merchants of Death--international arms dealers. Despite Jonah's hatred of weapons and violence, he employs both extremely well in the service of high-flying arms dealer Koko Hekmatyar and her band of mercenaries. Their journey through the dark underbelly of the world's arms markets may lead only to damnation, but will Jonah one day make his way back to the light? Only one thing is certain: it's going to be a long, hard road out of hell...

In the business of arms dealing, you have to move fast if you want to stay ahead. If you want to beat Koko Hekmatyar to the punch, you'd better learn to expect the unexpected Koko and the team finish their business with Mr. Chan and head for Europe, where a rival has already started making inroads with Koko's potential client over the sale of some Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. When Koko finds herself shut out of the deal, she doesn't get mad...she gets even...
Keitaro Takahashi was born in Kanagawa Prefecture on September 15. In 2002, he debuted as a mangaka with Ordinary in Kodansha's Monthly Afternoon Season Zokan. In 2006, he began the series Jormungand, in Monthly Sunday GX. He was also the illustrator for the Shueisha SD Bunko publication, Tonari no Dopple-san (The Doppleganger Next Door). His favorite movies include Heat, Miami Vice, The Insider, Gladiator, Swordfish, Formula 51, The Killing Fields and The Usual Suspects. His hobbies include photography, toy guns, and collecting military goods.
Product Details ISBN: 9781421532189
ISBN-10: 1421532182
Publisher: Viz Media
Publication Date: August 10th, 2010
Pages: 192
Language: English
Series: Jormungand