Okay, Being the first one making a review for this manga, I really feel honored.
But then I also feel quite nervous because I must advertise this manga for other people to read it.
For starters, I read Bokura no Ibasho because after reading the manga of lovely complex, I've become interested about the author, Nakahara Aya. Then, I watched the live action film of lovely complex and started to like Otani Atsushi's actor which is Koike Teppei. He is very jolly and good-looking which made me more interested. Then I was surprised when I found out that Nakahara Aya made a manga about Teppei's life
so, after finishing this manga with 58 pges, I started to realize one thing, If
you want to pursue your dream, WORK HARD FOR IT. Anyways, here are my opinions:
Story. I think the story is great because it really is a true to life story about Koike Teppei. It's original, and it's very inspiring. It will give you a glimpse of hard-working actors/singers and how they managed to be what they are now.
Art. Nakahara Aya's art really suits the whole thing. It's very good but it wasn't that impressive but Teppei's face really resembles Otani's face in the manga and the fact that he's really good looking, Nakahara-sensei's drawing really captured the maturity, complexity, and personality of Teppei.
Character. Also very good although, the author only showed some of the personalities of Teppei and others. I really wanted to see more but sadly, there is only one chapter in this manga. But what captured my heart was when Teppei really tried so hard to achieve his goal.
Enjoyment. It's good. Not too boring. It's just that, I wish it would've been longer.
Overall. It's also good but then again, WE NEED MORE CHAPTERS. But, I really didn't waste my time. The story captured my heart and it motivated me as well.
So guys, come and read Nakahara Aya's masterpiece "Bokura no Ibasho". An inspirational and comedic yet dramatic manga I've ever read.