Rumic World
Rumic World Trilogy
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Rumic World

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Synonyms: Fire Tripper, Firetripper, The Laughing Target, Maris the Choujo, The Supergal, Those Selfish Aliens, Katte na Yatsura, Sengoku Seitokai, Kaibyou Min, Wasurete Nemure, Ougon no Binbougami
Japanese: るーみっくわーるど
English: Rumic World Trilogy
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 19
Status: Finished
Published: 1978 to 1983
Genres: Adventure Adventure, Comedy Comedy, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi, Supernatural Supernatural
Themes: School School, Space Space
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Sunday Super
Authors: Takahashi, Rumiko (Story & Art)


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Ranked: #52072
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Popularity: #9678
Members: 1,346
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A collection of Rumiko Takahashi's early short stories.


Rumic World was first published in English in comic book format by VIZ Select Comics, with two issues, containing the chapters Fire Tripper and The Laughing Target, published between June 1989 to 1990. Select chapters were included in the monthly anthology magazine Manga Vizion, likewise published by VIZ Media, running from the first issues of March 1995 to July 1997. VIZ Media published the three tankoubon volumes from January 5 to November 5, 1997.

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Aug 12, 2020
NishiHeiji (All reviews)
I ran across an OVA based on one of the shorts contained in this manga compendium, so I thought I might as well start with the manga, as it's not overly long. This was my first time reading Rumiko Takahashi, I certainly have heard of her more famous works but I've never thought to pick them up. This is a very silly collection of manga shorts, but also a few from the horror genre also. Question is do you enjoy romantic comedies and slapstick humor. Personally I can take it or leave it so my enjoyment of this manga was lukewarm. Certainly Takahashi knows how read more
Sep 21, 2010
ninjacowboy (All reviews)
The thing about being a comic book nerd discovering manga back in the 80's and 90's is that it was almost like being one of those hip kids first discovering William Burroughs back when Naked Lunch was the edgiest thing in literature. There was just something cool about reading Akira when everyone else was reading Superman Adventures. Peter Milligan's Human Target? Forget that, there was Crying Freeman!

Ok, ok, bad example.

But there is something undeniably nostalgic about Rumiko Takahashi's earlier work. I'm not so sure it's the fact I grew up with Ranma, as much as there's a dry look to her art that gives her read more


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