The Sword of Samurai Cat (2020)

The Sword of Samurai Cat Mark E. Rogers The Sword of Samurai Cat Miaowara Tomokato is a hero for the s he s mean lean tough and has orange fur The Sword of Samurai Cat continues the adventures of this most awesome warrior of Japan and his nephew Shiro as they t
  • Title: The Sword of Samurai Cat
  • Author: Mark E. Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780741413765
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
The Sword of Samurai Cat Mark E. Rogers Miaowara Tomokato is a hero for the 90s he s mean, lean, tough and has orange fur The Sword of Samurai Cat continues the adventures of this most awesome warrior of Japan and his nephew Shiro as they take on mad Russian zombies, vampires, aliens from outer space, and the legendary works of Stephen King, H.P Lovecraft and Stephen Spielberg Illustrated.
The Sword of Samurai Cat Mark E. Rogers

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One thought on “The Sword of Samurai Cat

  1. Richard

    Miowara Tomokato and his little nephew slash sidekick slash apprentice Shiro take on all kinds of villains Why did I write out the word slash like that instead of using , you might wonder Well, Grasshopper, that s because there s a lot of slashing, not to mention slicing, dicing, shooting, blasting, dousing, pulverizing, annihilating, wasting and other types of obliterating going on here All of it aimed at the villains, of course And what outrageous baddies they are too, borrowed from Invasion o [...]

  2. Timothy McNeil

    The best thing about Samurai Cat, at least as I remember him, was always the illustrations The story, always rehashed material too heavy on puns, seemed to be an excuse for the absurdist pictures and a hero who had minimal awareness of the ridiculousness during his hijinks.Unfortunately, The Sword of Samurai Cat the version the library sent to me is very low on illustrations, heavier on puns and awkward spelling which tends to slow my reading speed way down , and insists on having Tomokato give [...]

  3. Chris

    2.5 stars This volume feels like Rogers typed it up and printed it out without checking for typos or flat jokes.

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