Tsugumi Project 1 (Paperback)

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Tsugumi Project 1 (Paperback)

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This is book number 1 in the Tsugumi Project series.

In this acclaimed, postapocalyptic action manga, a soldier named Leon is taken from his family on a trumped-up charge and dropped into a suicide mission to recover a dangerous weapon from a deadly place, a place ruled by huge, irradiated, mutated monsters--a place once known, 200 years ago, as Japan. One of the scant pieces of information they have is the weapon's codename: Tsugumi.

This gory, mysterious story, which has already thrilled readers in Japan and France, is an action-suspense epic in the vein of classics like Blame!, Spriggan, and AKIRA.


In the western Pacific Ocean floats an island archipelago, cut off from the world and full of mysteries: scientific secrets that some believe are best forgotten, decaying monuments to an era of human decadence two centuries gone, and strange, radioactive monsters that tear apart any human beings foolish enough to set foot there.

Its name, spoken only in whispers: Japan.

It's illegal to go near this dangerous place--but, after being torn from his family and convicted on a false charge, that's exactly where Leon has been sent. An experienced soldier of fortune, Leon is tasked with retrieving a powerful weapon called Tsugumi. Can they stay alive long enough to find this Tsugumi? Just what the hell is it, anyway, if that's even the right question? And does it have anything to do with the quiet, brutal girl with taloned feet who swoops in to save Leon's life?

Experience the postapocalyptic adventure that has thrilled readers across Asia and Europe!
ippatu's manga debut, Tsugumi Project, was first published in France before being picked up for publication in Japanese and English by Kodansha.
Product Details ISBN: 9781646517893
ISBN-10: 164651789X
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Publication Date: April 11th, 2023
Language: English
Series: Tsugumi Project