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Japanese: D-ASH


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 54
Status: Finished
Published: 1997 to 1998
Genres: Drama Drama, Romance Romance, Sports Sports
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Big Comic Spirits
Authors: Akishige, Manabu (Art), Kitazawa, Miya (Story)


Score: 7.291 (scored by 16211,621 users)
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Ranked: #47672
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Popularity: #5136
Members: 3,468
Favorites: 32


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Tsukasa, Tajima, Katsu, and newcomer Sae, were all members of the Hentai ShonenDai (Perverted Boy's club) at the tender age of 11. But as they grow older, how will each of their lives change? Will they grow apart, or stay true to the (perverted) passions they shared as kids. D-ASH is a story about the adventures these boys will have trying to grow up as fast as they can, being as naughty as possible all the while.

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Jan 29, 2008
D-ASH is a brilliant Seinen, Romance, Sports, Drama "coming of age" manga about the lives of 4 elementary school kids and how they changed and developed as they grew up.

The story is full of Drama, Romance and real life issues that any of us could experience or have experienced but it focuses mostly on one particular character. This manga does a great at showing how 4 very different kids developed over the years as they each are affected by separate issues. After covering the main characters elementary lives, in the first chapter, it then skips to middle school, then high school and then adulthood. All ...
May 14, 2021
Ok, before anything, i should say that this isn't a "review", this is basically my opinion on everything that this manga presented without any spoilers.

Story - 1/10
Ok, so do you know how there are "coming-of-age mangas" that use timeskips to develop the story and the characters? D-ash does that too on the first two volumes, very badly. All the timeskips are randomly placed and confusing. That's a narrative problem. All the events are unrealistically convenient, in fact, nothing in this "coming of age" is realistic because of the excessive far-fetched situations.

Art - 2/10
I just gave a point because it's weekly, so i understand ...


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It’s time to ditch the text file.
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