Daily dose of KKOW.
>That one delinquent manga you want to be able to buy in English, preferably in a nice 1-3 omnibus hardcover format
What's her name? For me it is either this or sakigake otokojuku.
Wait shit, you consider Blazing Transfer Student a delinquent manga? I dropped it after a while when I realized it wasn't even about delinquents really. But anyways, KKOW without a doubt, with color pages and all, that'd be sweet.
That, being in the middle of an arc and having no BR news probably.
Also this dump is gonna be shorter than normal for reasons, so this is the last chapter of the night.
Not him, but if I were to describe Blazing Transfer Student semi-accurately, it'd be like if you delinquents, sports, and Kamen Rider into a blender and spiced it up with Shimamoto's penchant for over-the-top humor.
Angel Densetsu got kind of repetitive, but I really like the ending.
Well that's good news at least.
And that's all for tonight, thanks for reading.
Most side characters get at least a little arc, like Satoshi and Nakano, and later Takasaki and even that one douche from Tokyo. Imai and Tanigaww get a ton. Ryou sort of disappears by the end though.
Christ this series is so slow to read for some reason, must be the amount of text because the scans and cleaning is great.
It got samey? What the fuck where? Side characters are involved all the time, I'm biased as fuck but I always thought KKOW did one hell of a job keeping itself fresh even after 300 chapters.
Now that I think about it, one of the few positive things about AD's art is that the characters actually look like high school students.
Doesn't excuse them, when Yuuichi was at Middle School he and his friends formed a group and fought, why can't they do that at HS?
I guess at least Yuuichi serves as cannon fodder but the other students are not even at that level.
Well pick it back up immediately so you can catch up to these threads, I don't remember what happens around those 30-40 chapters but I can assure you the manga just gets better and better.
Most of the thugs at Nan High before Itou and Mitsuhashi showed up graduated by the time serious shit started happening, and everyone who showed up after that either gave up after meeting Mitsuhashi or turned into a Sagawa. Yuichi is actually supposed to be pretty strong apparently.
It gets much better after the first few volumes, but I wouldn't really call them bad either. A bit formulaic maybe, in fact I think Mitsuhashi actually had a catchphrase, but not really bad.
Of course they are. You think Troma would just go and make it up?
In all seriousness though, gangs centered around surf culture do exist particularly in places like Malibu or the Hawaiian islands.
Well, it ain't entirely bad, but it's pretty short and not even finished so worth the read.