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Black Cat 1

Cover to Black Cat vol. 1

Black Cat is published by Viz as part of the Shonen Jump line. Current price is $7.99 per volume.

Publication DatesEdit

Last IssueEdit

Black Cat, vol. 19: 04 Mar 2009

Current IssueEdit

Black Cat, vol. 20: 06 May 2009

Next IssueEdit

none

StatusEdit

Bimonthly. Tankōbon. Scheduled for twenty volumes.

CharactersEdit

Main CharactersEdit

Minor CharactersEdit

Other Characters/Places/ThingsEdit

Recent StorylinesEdit

Black Cat, vol. 20 Edit

This is the current volume, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.

WorldCat - ISBN 1421523795

Black Cat, vol. 19 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421523787

Black Cat, vol. 18 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421516098

Black Cat, vol. 17 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 142151608X

Black Cat, vol. 16 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421516071

Black Cat, vol. 15 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421516063

Black Cat, vol. 14 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421516055

Black Cat, vol. 13 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421516047

Black Cat, vol. 12 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421514702

Black Cat, vol. 11 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421510405

Black Cat, vol. 10 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421510391

Black Cat, vol. 9 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421510383

Black Cat, vol. 8 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421510375

Black Cat, vol. 7 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421510367

Black Cat, vol. 6 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421506106

Black Cat, vol. 5 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421506092

Black Cat, vol. 4 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421506084

Past StorylinesEdit

Black Cat, vol. 3 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421506076

Black Cat, vol. 2 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 1421506068

Black Cat, vol. 1 Edit

WorldCat - ISBN 142150605X

HistoryEdit

"Train Heartnet was once a legendary assassin known as 'Black Cat' and belonged to a secret society called Chronos. But two years ago he faked his own death in order to leave Chronos and become a bounty hunter, able to live by his own rules. His main mission in life now is to find Creed Diskense, a former Chronos member who killed his best friend. Train and his partner Sven are joined by a sexy thief named Rinslet and an amazing young girl named Eve who is a creation of nanotechnology!"

Leftover Useful InformationEdit

Creative TeamEdit

Created, Written and Drawn by Kentaro Yabuki (矢吹健太朗).

Publishing HistoryEdit

First published in Japan as ブラックキャット from 2000–2004 in the anthology Shonen Jump.

First English-language translation published by Viz in 2006.

Order CodesEdit

These are the order codes and prices as provided by Diamond Distribution. Your local comic shop should be able to order these for you.

Future Publication DatesEdit

Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.


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