Gin Ryu 1.5: Things Considered

Gin Ryu 1.5: Things Considered


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Gin-Ryu is an ancient katana sword and as it changes hands a story unfolds.

The story takes place a year after the events of Gin-Ryu Vigilant Effort. Gin-Ryu gets donated to the Detroit Institute of Arts for their new samurai exhibit. When preparing the sword the curator is attacked and it is stolen by a street gang. The leader attempts to use Gin-Ryu to rally what's left of his members, in preparation for the impending street war. A mysterious man shows up and offers to help but at what cost?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781499359114
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/04/2014
Series: Gin Ryu , #1
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.18(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

About the Author

Black Belt Hall of Fame martial artist Grand Master Stephen J. Egged is the founder of Ginryu Ju Jitsu and holds black belts in Aikido, Iaido, Kenjitsu, and several forms of Ju Jitsu. He is the only person to win back to back Master of the Year awards from the EUSAIMAA. A disabled veteran with multiple sclerosis and retired Senior Federal Investigator for the United States Equal Opportunity Commission.

His writing career began when he created, wrote and drew the DCB King comic strip for the Detroit College of Business news paper the Falcon. He has written articles for many martial arts and comic book industry periodicals including Black Belt Magazine. In 1994 he created, wrote and published his break out award winning comic book series Gin-Ryu. He left the comic book industry in 1997, the stress of writing the book and working a full time job was making his multiple sclerosis unmanageable. After a debilitating attack in 2007 he took a disability retirement from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission attempting to slow the progression of his neurological disease. His return to writing came in 2012 with the release of his critically acclaimed graphic novel Gin-Ryu Vigilant Effort. He is continuing the Gin-Ryu line of books with Gin-Ryu Things Considered and Gin-Ryu Tortured Fate.

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