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Original magazine title

甦生する屍[1] Kōsei suru shikabane (Resurrection of the dead)

Issue, release date

January 2012, 3 December 2011

Tankōbon title

深淵の爪と牙 II,[2] volume 22

US tankōbon title

Claws and Fangs of the Abyss, Part 2

New character



All the food here is mine.[3]




Organization Headquarters[5]

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  • Fangs and Claws arc:
    • Scene 120 link.jpg 120: Part 1
    • Scene 121 link.jpg 121: Part 2
    • Scene 122.jpg 122: Part 3
    • Scene 123 link.jpg 123: Part 4
    • Scene 124 link.jpg 124: Part 5
    • Scene 125.jpg 125: Part 6
    • Scene 126.jpg 126: Part 7
    • Scene 127.jpg 127: Part 8

Cold open[]

No cold open. Color plate of Miria in the original Jump SQ publication.[6] A black-and-white version appears in the tankōbon.[7]


On the battlefield Miria watches both Hysteria and Roxanne awaken.[8]


Inside Organization Headquarters, Raki and the trainees help the injured Rafutera. The trainees sense the awakenings outside.[9]

In the Executive chamber, the Men in Black are in near panic. Even Limt displays rare exasperation with Dae.[10]


Rivalry revived[]

Limbless, Audrey orders the Twin Trainees to flee with the other trainees and try to live a human life. But the Twins disobey and evacuate the wounded Claymore warriors.[11]

Roxanne awakens into an Art Deco, metallic form, with skeletal arms and fern-like wings resembling faulds. She picks up a wounded Claymore warrior to eat. But a Twin cuts free the warrior.[12]

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Roxanne awakened

When Roxanne tries to capture the twin, Cassandra interferes, the twin fleeing to safety. Cassandra claims all the "food" on the battlefield for herself and orders Roxanne to eat excrement and turn into excrement. The battle between the two Abyssals begins in earnest.[13]


As Miria evacuates another wounded warrior , she confronts the awakened Hysteria, a Dada juxtaposition of a harpy ship's figurehead, bristling with Cubist sabres and spider legs. Hysteria resembles a molting pupa stuck halfway in its shell. Two Claymore warriors are impaled on Hysteria's legs.[14]

But Hysteria cannot eat them, being unable to swallow due to the sword in her throat.[15]

Miria rejects Hysteria's offer to let Miria go free with one of the warriors if Miria removes the sword. Instead, Miria attacks with her sword, which Hysteria dodges. Mira further awakens, but is pulled down to earth by Anastasia's hair. Miria is told to stop awakening.[16]

The Ghosts, Anastasia's hunt and Dietrich have at last arrived.[17]

Additional details[]


  • Cassandra's language is censored in the VIZ Media translation[18][19]
  • Cassandra repeatedly uses 糞 kuso ("shit")

Cover art[]

Jump SQ 01 January 2012.jpg
Jump SQ Scene 121


Tankōbon Claymore volumes cited are VIZ Media (en-us) editions, unless otherwise noted. Manga scenes (chapters) not yet translated cite Shueisha tankōbon (ja) editions. Manga scenes not yet published in tankōbon form cite Claymore 22 (ja) editions. Fragments of Silver Omnibus (総集編 銀の断章 Gin no Danshou) 1–3, Shueisha, are only available in Japanese. Anime scenes (episodes) cited are FUNimation (en-us) editions, unless otherwise noted.

  1. Jump SQ, Claymore, Scene 121, p. 176
  2. Claymore 22, Shueisha, Scene 121, p. 6
  3. Claymore 22, Scene 121, p. 52
  4. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  5. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  6. Jump SQ, Claymore, Scene 121, p. 176
  7. Claymore 22, Scene 212, p. 38
  8. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 39–41
  9. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 42–43
  10. Claymore 22, Scene 121, p. 43
  11. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 44–47
  12. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 48–51
  13. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 52–57
  14. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 58–61
  15. Claymore 22, Scene 121, p. 62–63
  16. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 64–67
  17. Claymore 22, Scene 121, pp. 68–69
  18. Claymore 22, Scene 121, p. 53
  19. Claymore 22, Shueisha, Scene 121, p. 53