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With a life, that perfect, just one wrong step is enough ruin it all.
Her life's being completely teared apart from the jealousy of the people around her. Everyone she has ever trusted, betray her after nasty rumours about her being an easy girl. "Trust us", "I will protect you", "We are sorry".. are the words she falls for and so the story begins.
There's noone who can lend you a hand when your selfish boyfriend, fake school friends, teachers and family are against you. Without even one person by your side, there's no way you can save your pride and running away from the problems makes the whole situation only worst.
How a young girl fights all alone against that, you can understand when you read this amazing piece. read more
50 of 176 chapters read
Bakuman is a manga, which story is about the dreams of two tyronic, young boys and the difficulties they plunge into on their way of achieving them. Being a mangaka seems easy to them from the beginning, even though they are tentative and hesitant about it, they decide to give it a try and the first try's success motivates them to keep going.
The two main characters both seem to have the potential, skill and passion to become mangakas, but would it be that easy to break through this business and make living of it? Sleepless nights, missing school, depriving themselves from the carefree life of a normal teenager in the name of being number one..
What I do not like in the story is that one of the main character's only motivation not to let himself down is the promise of the girl he "loves", which is to marry him, only when/if their dreams come true. At moments I was really wondering does he deserves to become mangaka number one, when the passion for drawing lacks..
On the other hand the story is helping people to get a very basic knowledge about the whole process of creating a manga comic, which I found most interesting.
My personal impressions
I like this manga, not as much as Death Note and not only because it's from the creators of Death Note. It was very interesting at the beginning, especially the first three chapters. I thought: " Ha! Obata and Ohba finally decided to make a comedy!"
Interesting story, but is it really serious? Looks like it is...which is the worst
I can't stand some of the characters. I can't stand the way Mashiro and Takagi are treating Miyoshi and how she agrees to do everything for them, all the help on a good will. This reminds me a lot of Light and L's discriminative attidude toward Misa.
I like her, she is definitely a strong character.
Also - is it just me or Mashiro is turning into emo at moments? Shame he is the main character, but couldn't dare to face his beloved Azuki until he got hospitalized and again she made the first step. How manly...
Oh yeah, he really gave up going to see her when she had a bad time because of the photo opportunity,instead of taking the chance. They are so lame.
Takagi pisses me off too lately. I just can't decide is it a kind of romance or a joke, but I have to admit - got me excited at chapter 47