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Review: Stitch and the Samurai

While fleeing the Galactic Federation, Stitch’s spaceship malfunctions and he makes an emergency landing… not in Hawaii, but in sengoku-era Japan! Discovered by the brutal warlord Lord Yamato and his clan, Stitch’s incomparable cuteness is no match for the battle-weary samurai, who decides to bring the “blue tanuki” home with him. Will Stitch’s love of chaos turn into a formidable advantage for the samurai’s influence? Or will his cute and fluffy form disarm the noble lord’s stern façade?


Rating: 3 out of 5.

Thanks to NetGalley for providing me a copy of this book in return for an honest review.

A very cute new adventure featuring the beloved character Stitch. If you are a fan of this character and like manga, this is something you will probably enjoy. If you’re not, then it certainly isn’t anything that is going to change your mind in that regard. I liked the incongruousness of the hardboiled samurai characters with the adorable, relaxed atmosphere of the Stitch character. The story, while not exactly mind-blowing, is a fun, easy tale to read and the author did a good job of developing Meison’s character in a relatively short space. I also especially liked the art style.

I would recommend this to anyone looking for an enjoyable, easy read.