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Synonyms: Under Nineteen, Elec Trick., Peach Pluck, Baby Boo!, Garden
Japanese: U19


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 21
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 13, 2017 to Jun 12, 2017
Authors: Kimura, Yuuji (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)


Score: 5.861 (scored by 1356 users)
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Ranked: #166782
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Popularity: #3730
Members: 2,806
Favorites: 3
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Year 2036, Japan is under the adult party power and make children's life miserable. But for "rebellious-edgy-teenager" Kudou Eiji, It doesn't matter because he has his childhood friend Akari to cheer up his everyday life. But then, one day adult party takes and transfers Akari to another school. It emotionally stress Eiji out...but little did he knew, this awakened some power inside him...

Included one-shots:
Volume 2: Elec Trick., Peach Pluck
Volume 3: Baby Boo!, Garden


As a part of the JUMP START initiative, the first three chapters of U19 were published in English in VIZ Media's digital Weekly Shonen Jump on the same day as the Japanese release.


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Aug 26, 2017
EmmemTTC (All reviews)
This is a really good manga,i'm a sucker for a shonen romance manga and anime and this manga make my heart pump really fast which made me what to read on,it to bad that it only have 17 chapters and it's finished.if the series was not cancelled,it would be even better and might give a very satisfying ending and we may even get more character development for the characters and might have a even more interesting battle scene since the art style for the battle scene was really good but there is not enough,not only that,some character have really good libero that did not get read more
Mar 7, 2017
megarock327 (All reviews)
U19 is a series with a interesting premise, but it may end up becoming another generic shonen series. Initially, after reading the first chapter of the series, I was somewhat interested in the plot, since it tackles a touching topic about the superiority of adults and the inferiority of children "under 19." However, due to this series being in Weekly Shonen Jump I am afraid that this series may end up being another new series ended shortly due to the popularity and rankings.

So far while reading the first 3 chapters of U19, the story isn't really doing anything new, but the author of read more
Feb 14, 2017
truepose (All reviews)
U19 is like shounen's first post-modern existential dystopian novel... but with art!

It might be too early to write a review for this, as only the first chapter has been released; however, I believe that this has the makings of a great story in a fairly unexplored realm of fiction. Really nothing quite happened so far: there was an introduction to the setting, a few characters, and what will probably become the main conflict of the series. The setting is probably the most interesting: in the near future, after Japanese students' academic performance had been dropping rapidly, a Political party, the Grown-Ups Party, rose to read more


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