Venus Senki
The Venus Wars
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Venus Senki

Alternative Titles

Japanese: ヴイナス戦記
English: The Venus Wars
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 29
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 1986 to Apr 1990
Genres: Action Action, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Comic NORA
Authors: Yasuhiko, Yoshikazu (Story & Art)

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Score: 6.981 (scored by 195195 users)
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Ranked: #79602
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Popularity: #13979
Members: 778
Favorites: 6

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Synopsis

War breaks out between two nations on a terraformed Venus, catching a teenage motorized unicycle team unaware. At the same time, a reporter from Earth is trying to keep up with the team to document the story.

Background

Venus Senki was published in English as The Venus Wars by Dark Horse Comics in comic book format from April 1, 1991 to August 1, 1993, with part one consisting of 14 issues, and part two of 15 issues. Dark Horse also published the first volume in standard tankoubon format on September 1, 1993.

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Jun 11, 2016
Nilvius (All reviews)
Most people probably know of Yasuhiko Yoshikazu due to his involvement with the Gundam franchise but his non-Gundam works definitely deserves attention too. I've always liked the way he created a sense of dynamism in the characters' movement, the expressiveness of the characters, as well as the water-colour styled shading. Indeed, his works are always great to look at and serves to drastically amplify the story he's telling. Most importantly, I absolutely love the hell out of his character designs.

All these are evident in Venus Wars as well, where his art plays a crucial part in enhancing an otherwise simplistic war drama. The scenes with read more

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