In Volume Six, Gen fights against a corrupt medical system, the discriminatory practices of his neighbors, and the American presence in postwar Japan. Gen's brother, Koji, has gone away to work in the coal mines, but has since disappeared. To make up for the shortage, he and his friends must resort to more drastic measures, which lands one of the bunch in a juvenile detention center." What's that? You say you haven't even started reading this series yet? Well, don't despair, we still have the first four volumes of this 20th century masterpiece in stock and copacetically priced.