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Detroit Metal City (Manga)

Detroit Metal City

Alternative Titles

English: DMC: Detroit Metal City
Synonyms: DMC
Japanese: デトロイト・メタル・シティ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 113
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 2005 to Apr 23, 2010
Genres: Comedy, Music, Seinen
Authors: Wakasugi, Kiminori (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Animal

Statistics

Score: 8.251 (scored by 2745 users)
Ranked: #4412
Popularity: #577
Members: 5,962
Favorites: 282
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

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comedy music

Similar Recommendations Submitted by Users

The artwork isn't the best but the humor is very alike. You just have to enjoy both of them!
Solanin is a very down-to-earth slice-of-life story whereas DMC tends toward vulgar slapstick, but at their basest levels they're both about using a passion for music and a place in a hastily composed band to follow dreams and to make the best of and/or overcome a less than ideal situation.
If you cross Great Teacher Onizuka and Detroit Metal City, you'll get KKOR Wa!! It's a cross between DMC's ostentatious humor and GTO's delinquents fighting the good fight.
Both series have a largely episodic nature and juvenile humour. DMC's more crass about it, but Dr. Slump's poop and sex jokes prove it's far from innocent.
Both of these comedies typically use mature themes as a means of generating humour. Azazel-san features copious depictions of violence and scat. DMC also makes references to violence, as well as concepts related to lust (particularly BDSM).
The two are essentially gag mangas known for their rather short stories and quick laughs.
Both manga deal with a band striving for the top in the music world! DMC is less serious.
Admittedly a vulgar death metal band and a group of dayglo-haired high school girls don't have much in common, but both series do have a similar strange, quirky, oddly endearing sense of humour and not much in the way of any overarching plot structure.
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