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Black Jack ni Yoroshiku

Black Jack ni Yoroshiku

Alternative Titles

English: Say hello to BLACK JACK
Synonyms: Give My Regards to Black Jack
Japanese: ブラックジャックによろしく


Type: Manga
Volumes: 13
Chapters: 127
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 2002 to Jan 26, 2006
Authors: Sato, Shuho (Story & Art)
Serialization: Morning


Score: 7.891 (scored by 798 users)
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Ranked: #13142
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Popularity: #4113
Members: 2,386
Favorites: 74


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May 20, 2018
KyoumaZ (All reviews)
Intensity. It can swirl over all different kinds of situations, in a heated derby between two rival teams, in a large open room covered in sweat and anxiety caused by the start of entrance exams and, most importantly, in interpersonal conflicts with your closest of friends, family and possibly their inevitable diagnosis, floating above them like the sword of Damocles. It’s almost unbearable to be part of the latter situation, being confronted with the defencelessness one must face when the bodies of our loved ones and its seemingly attached lifetime seems to flow out because of one fatal diagnosis, almost like a storm front quickly read more
Mar 31, 2009
wakka9ca (All reviews)
Say hello to Black Jack is one of the most overlooked manga on MAL due to its lack of English scans and publications (I read it in French). However, it is one of the few manga that left a strong impression on me.

Story: 10/10
The story focuses on a young intern in Eiroku (University famous for medicine) and the chronicles of his experience as an intern in different departments of the hospital. Each story arc is a 3-4 months internship in one of the major departments of medicine and Saito (protagonist) is always left in charge of one particular case/patient. However, his naive ideals and stubbornness read more
Aug 8, 2015
takarabako (All reviews)
This manga is not for typical otaku, who are looking for a manga that lets them escape the harsh reality.

This manga is all about reality.

It's hard to read this manga, but it's hard to stop.

This is one of few mangas that will make you feel like you don't want to live in this world anymore, and the main reason is the reality of this manga. 100% realistic situations, backed-up with real-life problems and issues that you can find info about in any media.

It's no wonder some people rate it so low. Many people read manga to escape into the world of magic, superpowers and main read more
Apr 24, 2014
Maz-Maz (All reviews)
Just to clarify, Say Hello to Black Jack is NOT some kind of pre/sequel of Black Jack, it’s another type of creature altogether…

Saito, Eijirou is a fresh medical graduate that’s just starting his internship in his university’s hospital and simultaneously, working a part-time job (now we know why doctors don’t sleep). He finds trouble living on his monthly wage of… A jar of pickles (no actually, it’s something ridiculous like $380) and while politics run wild in the hospital’s background, we (as readers) get to see what’s really happening behind the scenes: let the crazy kowtowing and enraged fits begin!

The Manga’s plot explores the read more
Oct 16, 2015
mangareader123 (All reviews)
I stumbled upon this manga by pure chance while searching for Black Jack(by Tezuka). The two manga are not related but both are among my favourites.

This manga is based on a common intern who is struggling to find out what is a doctor. Who is he? What is his role? The protagonist does not like the bureaucracy in the medical world. He wants to be himself and not a robot driven by rules of the medical association.

What is important to note here is that this manga is not targeted to a wide audience seeking laughs and action. This is a seinen manga meant for thinking read more