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Chou Dokyuu Shoujo 4946

Chou Dokyuu Shoujo 4946

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Synonyms: Chodokyu Shojo 4946, Choudokyuu Shoujo 4946, Super-Dreadnought Girl 4946, Superdreadnought Girl 4946
Japanese: 超弩級少女4946


Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 29
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 25, 2009 to Jul 25, 2011
Authors: Azuma, Takeshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday Super


Score: 7.391 (scored by 1978 users)
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Ranked: #49512
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Popularity: #2507
Members: 4,129
Favorites: 35


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Aug 15, 2010
Bryoli (All reviews)
I think the story is very interesting, i mean the girl is giant, right?!?! Anyways it's pretty unique and really it keeps me wanting to read the next chapter.

No complaints for the art, pretty neat 'n' all.

Oh characters are great, you're definitely going to pick favorites and hate some for sure.

I really enjoy this manga, can't wait to see how it ends. Overall its just great :D
Oct 22, 2010
TensaiShonen (All reviews)
They say love can tackle all adversities, but what happens if that love is between a 50 foot girl and a guy who's known to be the shortest in his class?

Super Dreadnought Girl is a shonen manga from Takeshi Azuma, and is pretty much a retelling of the classic 1958 sci-fi film "Attack of the 50 Foot Woman" with a new twist via manga-style.

Story - 7
SDG4946 is the story of Mana Emiya, a girl who happens to be 49-and-a-half meters tall due to circumstances, and her ordeals with being humanities last stand against unknown aliens and other supernatural beings whilst falling in love like a read more
Jan 16, 2014
DeliciouScience (All reviews)
First and foremost, I must say that after reading the first chapter of this manga I actually dropped it, gave it a 4, and moved on.
But I was bored, and something about the premise still intrigued me, so I cam back and tried reading it some more.

Story: The first chapter aside, this manga has an intriguing novel story, which is told at quite a fast pace. However, the story becomes fascinating towards the end. Maybe a bit cliche here and there, but the development earlier means you don't care as much. There are also some subtleties along the way which add to the final moments.

Art: read more
Jul 11, 2017
AkemiTheSunbro (All reviews)
Was kind of hoping for a more psychological story, rather then an essentially a shounen.


Sadistic as this sounds, I feel like the story could have been a lot more intriguing if Makoto had died at the end of chapter 5 (for obvious reasons), then the rest of the story being Mana dealing with the ramifications of knowing she killed someone she loved, and, in a good ending, having her go through a redemption arc of some kind.

That would've made for a far more engaging story. I suppose this is no fault of the manga's, but my expectations of it.
Apr 1, 2018
Ginorin (All reviews)

This is a great example of a manga that did everything well until the very end.

Warning: Will contain spoilers about the ending, which I will discuss at the end.

Story: 7
Very sweet and cute story. Giant girl's definitely a different take on the monster girl genre (even though the idea's been done before, it's not common). It's also done well in the sense that it doesn't focus heavily on cliche fanservice. The story is lighthearted for the most part, but does get somewhat dramatic in the final arc. Even though I'm not a fan of drama, I'd still recommend reading it to the end to read more