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As a whole, I really enjoyed it, the story is fascinating, the actual facts on JUMP are interesting, but what I liked best are the characters which you get attached to easily. (Except for two that kept getting on my nerves, that is Iwase and then Nanamine. These two, I could have done without.) Ha envejecido bastante mal en cuanto a estereotipos de todo tipo pero en especial de género. Peca de romantizar, hasta casi ser una burla, el ser un mangaka. Por lo demás un shonen atípico curioso y entretenido. Bakuman stars Moritaka Mashiro, whose uncle died from overworking during his manga career. However, when he leaves his notebook at school one day, a starving writer named Akito Takagi sees it, and says that they should make a manga together. He refuses until the girl he likes, Miho Azuki, who’s trying to become an anime voice actor, promises to star in the anime of their manga. And just like that, boom! End goal established!

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By the creators of Death Note ! The mystery behind manga-making revealed! This bestselling series is now available in a complete box set! Includes volumes 1 through 20, plus the bonus mini-comic “Otter No. 11” and a full-color, two-sided poster. A 20% savings over buying the individual volumes! Welcome to the official subreddit for RightStufAnime.com, one of America's largest online anime and manga retailers. This is a place for fans to come interact! Employees may drop by occasionally and help with questions, otherwise, this is a place for fans to share news and more! Born in Tokyo, Tsugumi Ohba is the author of the hit series Death Note. His current series Bakuman? is serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. Trust me when I say this: Bakuman feels a lot longer than 20 volumes. I JUST finished reading through the last one about two minutes ago, and I wanted to finish it all before posting a review to keep this as accurate as possible for any potential buyers. Just a heads up. Bakuman อะนะ แค่นี้ก็ออกมาเยอะมาก ๆ แล้ว แถมเด่นมาก 3 เล่มสุดท้ายด้วย จบไปอย่างสวยงาม แก้เฮิรตซ์กับฮิคารุที่เพิ่งอ่านจบแต่ไม่จบได้ดีเลย

First of all, the reason the review is on the boxset is because this is a Manga (The Japanese equivalent of a comic book) it has fewer words and is significantly shorter per book in compression with a novel, so to compensate for that I read the entire series and my review is a general review of the series as a whole. Interesante obra para los que tengan curiosidad sobre cómo funciona el mundo de las revistas de manga, el oficio de dibujante, etc. como era mi caso. Our servers are getting hit pretty hard right now. To continue shopping, enter the characters as they are shown Like I said some time, a long time ago, I'm only adding mangas when there's a reference for the full series or very few volumes, because otherwise my stats get messy. Also, I don't like reviewing them volume per volume as my opinion on them is on the whole thing rather than individual volumes.

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His uncle, Nobuhiro Moritaka. Nobuhiro was a mangaka for "Shonen jump" himself, he knew that Manga wasn't a stable job, if your series loses fans and drops in the weekly rating poll done by fans, the editorial board can cancel your series and demand you deliver them 3 more chapters to wrap up the story and put it to a stop. Nobuhiro had a popular series in Shonen which was even turned into an anime, but eventually the weekly schedule and the pressure from getting canceled everytime his rating was lower then last week were to great for Nobuhiro which eventually committed suicide. This event left a mental scare in mashiro's mind and has kept him away from becoming a mangaka. Average student Moritaka Mashiro enjoys drawing for fun. When his classmate and aspiring writer Akito Takagi discovers his talent, he begs Moritaka to team up with him as a manga-creating duo. But what exactly does it take to make it in the manga-publishing world? It's been a couple (or more) years since I first read all 20 volumes of Bakuman, and it was even better than I remembered. From beginning to end, Ohba and Obata keep the readers engaged with their brilliant characters and even more brilliant plotlines. Obata's art, which I've always admired, is so skillfully applied that the series flows perfectly. Moments of humour make you laugh out loud, triumph make you cheer, and overwhelming success flood you like a tidal wave. Obata has harnessed his skills with the experience of a master. I know that working in the manga world can be harsh; I’m even aware of how it’s literally killed people. That’s why I never read through Bakuman (published in English by Viz) until just now. And wow… where has this been all my life?! The manga was published in the same publication the fictional characters in the story work for (namely Weekly Shonen Jump), and features real editors who work for the magazine, which makes for a fun self-referential treatment of the manga industry, combining realism and deep insight with fanciful "what-if" arcs. The nature of the story also allows Obata to show off his ability to illustrate in a myriad different manga styles, with aplomb.

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Despite my dislike of slice-of-life manga, I have to admit Bakuman does pretty much everything right. The story is fun and engaging, plus the characters are very expressive and have great personalities (more on that later, though). Despite the fact that Mashiro’s uncle died from overwork, which is a real life problem in Japan’s society, the manga is pretty lighthearted for the most part.

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My least favorite characters are probably the two main characters’ love interests, the aforementioned Miho, and Takagi’s girl, Kaya Miyoshi. They’re good girls (Miyoshi’s the better of the two, though), but they kind of exist just for moral support. Sure, Miho has plot relevance, but you don’t really get to see her progress that much; you only see the results. He can't write (as in being an author)/ create a story. As important as it is to have good drawing and art style in your Manga, it all doesn't matter if its completely boring... Mashiro isn't an author and therefore can't become a good mangaka.This series is so heavily focused on the plot that some characters go chapters without so much as a mention. That's a shame because this series has some really, really strong characters. My favorite of the bunch, Hiramaru, has a ton of parts, so I can't complain too much. Then you have characters like Miho. I get it, they didn't want to spoil the feeling of innocent romance by shoving her in every chapter, but a bit more introspective dialogue or thoughts would have made me warm up to her character a bit more. Another thing that bothered me a bit was about all the mangas from the other authors. It was a lot of "it's more popular and better because we said so" rather than showing an actual potential manga. Like, for Ashirogi's mangas, they spent a lot of time talking about it so I could kinda picture something (I'd kill to read a TRAP or PCP manga) but most of the others, I could barely imagine what it would be like.

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Tsugumi Ōba (Profile in Japanese: 大場 つぐみ), born in Tokyo, Japan, is a writer best known for the manga Death Note. His/her real identity is a closely guarded secret. As stated by the profile placed at the beginning of each Death Note manga, Ōba collects teacups and develops manga plots while holding his knees on a chair, similar to a habit of L, one of the main characters of the series. To be able to create a typical "Shonen" story while not including any of the typical action synonymous with the category is a talent this duo are well known for by now but still you would be hard pressed to find anyone else able to make a story about two teenagers creating manga this exciting that it feels like a typical "Shonen" story. Now comes reviewing the entire series. Let's get this out of the way first: Bakuman is dense. It's literally filled to the max with dialogue. So much so, that the artwork as barely any room to breathe sometimes. Is this a bad thing? Yes and no. The over abundance of dialogue makes the books feel LONG, so you shouldn't worry about getting your money's worth with this series. On the other hand, the over abundance of dialogue makes each book feel like an eternity in comparison to other series. Yes, I did REALLY enjoy my time with this series, but the dialogue and pacing was probably the biggest flaw. It's ironic, too, that this manga is about aspiring mangakas, and they frequently go over what makes a manga good or bad. By the creators of Death Note! The mystery behind manga-making revealed! This bestselling series is now available in a complete box set! Includes volumes 1 through 20, plus the bonus mini-comic “Otter No. 11” and a full-color, two-sided poster. A 20% savings over buying the individual volumes!

I am updating this post in real time. One Piece Sets still available. Claymore still available! Bakuman gone! Naturally, the big appeal of Bakuman is its theme: manga publishing. This is one time where I’ll admit that I enjoyed something because I related to the characters, even though I hate factoring that into the actual final score of the story. Since they’re publishing manga, the characters of Bakuman spend a lot of time talking about all the topics that I think about everyday: tropes, marketing, mass appeal, and taking risks. Discover the mystery of manga-making in the bestselling series by Tsugumi Ohba, the creator of the hit series DEATH NOTE, available for the first time in a complete box set. The Box Set includes Volumes 1 through 20, plus the bonus mini-comic “Otter No. 11,” along with a full-color, two-sided poster. I decided to add the 20 volumes all under one review so as to 1) save time, and 2) not go over my reading challenge all in one go). He is still in school, publishing a Manga in "Weekly Shonen jump" (the standard Shonen jump magazine) means he needs to create an issue of Manga every week on a strict time limit and have enough time left to fix issues if the editor in charge of him finds any.

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