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Book Title: ダ 1 [Suramu Danku]|
The author of the book: Takehiko Inoue
ISBN 13: 9784088716114
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 12.77 MB
Edition: 集英社 (Shueisha)
Date of issue: February 1991
Read full description of the books ダ 1 [Suramu Danku]:The rating is for the first volume. The review is for the whole series.
This manga is (arguably) the most popular basketball sport manga. Even after more than a decade, I haven't found a better sport manga for the art or for keeping thrilling matches (especially THE final match of the manga).
I don't know what manga that started it, but it is popular to start a sport manga by telling juvenile delinquent theme for multi volumes before switching into sport theme. Slam Dunk used this approach too. I personally don't like this approach, that's why I gave 3 star for first volume. And there is the mandatory silly jokes by silly characters at the beginning.
After endure the delinquent theme, the sport theme of this manga is still one of the best! Even with the formulaic matches (I believe many of the sport manga fans can predict which games the protagonist team will lost), the thrilling is still working for me.
(view spoiler)[The final match of the manga is the best so far that I've read. I was trembling at three of the scenes (view spoiler)[(Once is when opponent coach instructed the strongest Japan's High School defensive player to guard the main protagonist, who had just trained basketball for three months. I kept the other two for you to find out) (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)].
But if I see the sport plot, I saw flaws. For examples: There is an opponent that introduced but then unused for the main story; in another extreme, there was not enough background for some tough opponents.
In conclusion, I recommend this sport manga. This is one of the classic in sport manga.
Read information about the authorTakehiko Inoue (井上雄彦) is a Japanese manga artist, best known for the basketball manga Slam Dunk, which has become a success both in Japan and overseas. Many of his works are about basketball, Inoue himself being a huge fan of the sport, and many Japanese children started to play basketball because they read the manga. This in turn helped make basketball popular in Japan and across East Asia.
Inoue has been drawing manga mainly in male-oriented magazines. His name is ordered as Takehiko Inoue on his books sold in North America through Viz Media (Vagabond, Slam Dunk, and Real), although Gutsoon! Entertainment's earlier Slam Dunk translations in North America used Inoue Takehiko.
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