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  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc; Shonen Jump Advanced Manga Ed edition (1 Dec 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1421510480
  • ISBN-13: 978-1421510484
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.5 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 38,537 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Norihiro Yagi won the 32nd Akatsuka Award for his debut work, Undeadman, which appeared in Monthly Shonen Jump magazine and produced two sequels. His first serialized manga was his comedy Angel Densetsu (Angel Legend), which appeared in Monthly Shonen Jump from 1992 to 2000. His epic saga, Claymore, is running in Monthly Jump Square magazine.

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By T. R. Alexander TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 3 April 2009
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This sixth volume of the Claymore manga sees Clare and her colleagues continue their battle against the male Awakened Being. The group has suffered severely so far but Clare may just hold the key to defeating their foe.

This is another good volume of Claymore and although the action probably isn't as good as it has been in some of the previous volumes the plot itself definitely advances somewhat with revelations about those Claymores involved in the Awakened Being hunt and suggestions of the organisation they work for not being all it seams. The ending of this volume is also very interesting and leaves things in a good place for future volumes.
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By Anna Brookman on 4 Mar 2013
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I love this series. The artwork is very grown-up and there are some amazing pictures in it. Also, the story is very good, very much enjoying this series.
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A Brutal Enlightenment 5 Nov 2007
By Robert J. Cook - Published on Amazon.com
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Disclaimer: Claymore SHOULD be started from Volume 1 and read from there, as the story arcs flow from volume to volume.

The Volume starts with the fallout from their first attacks on "The Awakened" male the group was ordered to kill in Volume 5. All the ladies are rather beat and bloody, but the battle continues. Miria does her best to do some damage control, but in the process, only enrages the male further when he realizes her strength, and before long, even she is worse than she ever wanted to be. All seems lost, but Clare steps up to the plate begins the transformation into her true self. The battle sways in the girls favor, but not without surprises and a glimpse into "Pandora" by the end. The second story introduces Ophelia, a sinister rogue "Claymore" with a knack for some really twisted games. She becomes the first true villain in the series as she decides to truly torment and test Clare to her limits. The arch doesn't fully expand until Volume 7, but the start is a good taste of things to come. The series as a whole is wonderful, it keeps you engaged and gives you enough action and story with quality characters to keep you wanting more. If you need a Manga series to start on and don't mind some blood and mature themes....this is your starting point. If you're a seasoned vet, you should already know by now. Buy Volume 1 and get to reading!!!!
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Slashers and Gravestones 26 Nov 2011
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Claymore, Vol. 6 / 9781421510484

I've actually watched the complete Claymore anime first before getting into the manga; I'm really liking the manga source material, as it rather closely follows the anime but has a few extra details and world-building information along the way. I definitely love the clean, crisp black-and-white artwork, though I do still have to remember the right-to-left / back-to-front reading.

Volume 6 provides the following scenes:

Scene 28: The Slashers, Part 4
Scene 29: The Slashers, Part 5
Scene 30: The Slashers, Part 6
Scene 31: The Endless Gravestones, Part 1
Scene 32: The Endless Gravestones, Part 2
Scene 33: The Endless Gravestones, Part 3

For those following along with the anime series, this volume corresponds to:

Episode 10: Those Who Rend Asunder, Part 2 (Scenes 28 and 29, and carried over from Volume 5.)
Episode 11: Those Who Rend Asunder, Part 3 (Scenes 29 and 30.)
Episode 12: The Endless Gravestones, Part 1 (Scenes 31, 32, and 33, and carried over into Volume 7.)

This volume finishes the Slashers arc with Clare fighting alongside Miria, Helen, and Deneve against the Awakened Being and revealing that the four of them share traits that could be of interest to the Organization. A little more of Miria's 'trouble-making investigation' is hinted at, but only tantalizing so; hopefully this will be dealt with more in a later arc. The volume also marks the beginning of the Ophelia arc, which is one of the most disturbing arcs in the anime, in my opinion, but disturbingly good if that makes sense.

~ Ana Mardoll
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Another chapter in the continuing story of the female warriors knows as Claymores. 21 Nov 2013
By Joseph J. Truncale - Published on Amazon.com
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I began reading this fantastic series by Norihiro Yagi about six months ago. I have read and written reviews on the previous five volumes of the Claymores.

In this volume (Volume #6 The Endless Gravestones) the Claymores are still dealing with an especially vicious and strong Yoma and the warriors are nearing the end of their strength. One of the Claymores named Miria has incredible speed and the Yoma is having a difficult time fighting her because of her speed, but Miria can only keep it up for a short while. Clare and her fellow Claymores are having trouble keeping their strength up as the continuing battle with this Yoma keeps on going.

I never give away too much and spoil it for the reader, but one thing is for sure, the Claymore warriors realize their power and will not give up the fight over the evil Yoma.

In conclusion, if you are into the Claymore series, you should check out this volume.

Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: The Samurai Soul: An old warrior's poetic tribute)
Some interesting revelations about the Claymore organization 15 May 2014
By K. Eckert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This is the sixth volume in the Claymore series. This volume had some wonderful plot development along with some truly awesome fighting scenes. It was really excellent. Prior to this I have watched all of the anime series, the two are still matching up fairly well at this point.

This volume finishes up the story arc started in volume 5 where Clare (along with Miria, Helen, and Deneve) take on an Awakened Being. We finally get some hint into what the Claymore organization is all about. Miria, seems to have some sort of insight into the Organization that has made them determined to take her out. This is followed by Clare being asked to track down another Awakened Being. When she arrives she meets Ophelia (one of the cruelest and most disturbing) Claymore yet.

This was a really well done installment in the Claymore series. We finally learn a big secret about Clare. We also get to see some very awesome battles with Awakened Beings and meet some more single digit Claymores.

This is the first volume where we get some hints that all is not well between certain Claymore and the Organization they work with. There is a lot more going on than just Claymore fighting Yoma and I am eager to see how this unfolds in future volumes.

I continue to really enjoy the illustration. The fight scenes are easy to follow and I never get confused about who is who. The Awakened Beings are amazingly illustrated (and also incredible disturbing).

There is a ton of action in here. This was the first installment where some of the action scenes got so disturbing that they made me go “ewwww” a couple times. This is by far the most violent book in the series yet. It’s also the best book in the series so far. This is the book where things really start to unfold.

Overall I loved this installment in the Claymore series. The story is really starting to broaden and we are learning both Clare’s secrets and the secrets behind the Claymore organization. The illustration is wonderful and easy to follow. If you are fan of action packed dark fantasy manga I definitely recommend checking this series out.
"I've known a greater opponent... and felt true despair." 11 Nov 2013
By para - Published on Amazon.com
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Not only does volume 6 build off of the previous volumes, but it opens with the direct continuation of a story started in volume 5. This is not the place to start reading.

Volume 6 starts with The Slashers parts 4-6. Claire and her companions have found a danger even worse than expected during their assigned hunt of a voracious eater. There's a lot of fantastic plot threads developed in this story as we learn more about Claire's abilities, the link between her current teammates, and intriguing background on both the yoma and the organization that fights them. Miria, Deneve, Helen, and the mysterious Galatea are interesting and distinct characters and nice additions to the cast. As with the prior arc (Marked for Death) there's a lot here that will be expanded on as the series progresses and I really enjoyed this arc.

The Endless Gravestones (parts 1-3) starts another hunt for a voracious eater. Unfortunately this time Claire will find out some Claymores have their own ideas about collateral damage and what's considered a threat. It's quite different from the other recent stories and introduces some real danger from within.

The action in both is as usual hard hitting and at times very gruesome, but very well depicted and illustrated clearly to be easy to follow along with.

The conclusion to The Slashers is a bit better than the opening to The Endless Gravestones, but both add to Claire's continuing journey and overall volume 6 is another very strong installment in a great series.
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