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Eien no 0

Eien no 0

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Synonyms: Eien no Zero, Eternal Zero
Japanese: 永遠の0


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 41
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 2010 to Feb 2012
Authors: Hyakuta, Naoki (Story), Moto, Souichi (Art)
Serialization: Manga Action


Score: 8.161 (scored by 200 users)
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Ranked: #6052
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Kentarou, 26 years, is a NEET. At the request of his sister Keiko, the young man plunges into his family past. Kyuuzou Miyabe, his grandfather, was a fighter pilot of the Japanese imperial navy who had fought at the commands of the mythical Japanese fighter aircraft: "Zero." But at the end of the war, he dies in a kamikaze attack. Was he the hero whom everybody claims? Or rather a terrorist? A coward?

(Source: French edition)


Eien no 0 was published in Brazilian Portuguese by Jbc from April 2015 to September 2015.


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Jan 10, 2018
Maurex (All reviews)
Eien no Zero set us with the Main character: Kentarou Saeki who is a NEET. Her sister has to make an article about the kamikaze during WW2 and thus, she asks Kentarou to find testimonies abound their grand-father who died during the war.

This manga show us the true feelings of kamikazes, this term was used for the 9/11 attacks by the media even though the term is wrong. Because of it, people misunderstand kamikaze and terrorist. The manga explains us that kamikazes weren't all fine with the fact of dying for their country, but because of the pressure of immediate superiors they had no choice read more


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