First volume of the Japanese SP Comics edition, originally published on June 21, 1973. The series follows the title character, a professional assassin toga toga toga script pdf hire.
His age and birthplace are unknown and there is no consensus in the worldwide intelligence community as to his true identity. Duke Togo has a very quiet personality and will only talk when he needs to, he shows very little to no emotion when carrying out an assassination and is willing to kill anyone who will threaten to expose him. He accepts many different assassination jobs from anyone who can afford his services. From simply shooting a violin string to taking out powerful organized crime bosses and political figures, these killings have often attracted retaliations against Golgo 13, even at one stage having both the FBI, CIA, and even the United States military out to kill him, causing Togo to always have to watch his own back and pay attention to his surroundings in order to stop other assassins and contract killers employed to kill him in often creative ways. Golgo 13 also employs many different people himself to assist him in his assassination jobs, such as in providing extra information on his targets to modifying his weapons, vehicles, and gadgets. Duke Togo’s past is a mystery. Although his Asian appearance suggest that he may be of Japanese origin, many of Golgo 13’s stories have presented different speculations about his true identity while presenting contradictory information, leaving the audience uncertain which information is true.
With respect to the character’s age, a large number of stories are dated as they are centered around current events of the time. However, Golgo 13’s age has not increased significantly to account for these events. He has also suffered multiple injuries throughout the series leaving many different scars around his body. Early on Takao Saito developed a system where he creates the page layout based on a script written by the editorial department. He also inks the main characters’ faces, while assistants provide the backgrounds and other elements.
He does extensive research to provide accuracy, especially when the plot deals with technology. In 2013, Saito stated that because he often worried about his manga being cancelled, he had an ending planned out that even includes the panel layout. 2015 announced that the series was “heading towards its conclusion. January 1969 issue, published in October 1968. Patrick Connolly: “Into the Wolves’ Lair”, “Galinpero”, “The Ice Lake Hit” and “The Ivory Connection”. The comics were released to the US public via a mail-in offer with the purchase of the games and were later even found packaged with the video games.