Being a one-shot manga, there's nothing really to serve as an intro or summary to the review , just another irreverent manga by Kouji Kumeta, the author of the masterpiece Sayonara, Zetsubou Sensei, so this review gravitates around that.
Story(6/10): A plain,normal, ordinary girl inherits her dead father's soccer club, hilarity ensues.
Art (8/10): It's almost the same as in SZS, with sharp, almost geometric characters, the somewhat vivid drawing style reminiscent of claire ligne, and no frills , minimalistic backgrounds, with the occasional obscure reference, soliloquy or just plain bizzare stuff thrown in.
Character (6/10): A plain, normal, ordinary girl inherits her dead father's soccer club, everyone worth God's time is some sort of racist stereotype or plainly debauched trash of society.
Enjoyment (8/10): I personally liked it, but I've started appreciating one-shots and short manga in general so it may not be up to taste.
Overall(7/10): The ~10 minutes spent reading it and writing this review were well spent, it truly is the baroque prince of gag comedy, sports one-shot manga written in 2004. read more