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Kintoki: Kinmezoku no Toki

Kintoki: Kinmezoku no Toki

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Toki of the Aurumoculi
Japanese: KINTOKI 金目族のトキ

Information

Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 15, 2010
Authors: Toriyama, Akira (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)

Statistics

Score: 6.651 (scored by 1682 users)
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Ranked: #123772
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Popularity: #3259
Members: 2,476
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Synopsis

Kintoki tells the story about a normal day of the 19-year-old boy Toki who is part of the almost extinct warrior tribe, the Aurumoculi.

Background

Kintoki: Kinmezoku no Toki is sixth in a series of one-shot featured as a part of Weekly Shounen Jump's "Top of the Super Legend" project.

Characters

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Mar 8, 2012
rilu (All reviews)
Before i start let me just say that this is my first review, that is why i'm trying it on a one shot.

I like this one shot a lot. In this one chapter it showed like-able characters and a good plot. The art style was very good resembling that of Dragon Ball Z, because it was made by Akira Toriyama.

The Story draws you in making you want Akira to make this a full blown series. If you read this one shot, and your a Dragon Ball Z fan, i'm sure you would like it.
Sep 25, 2014
blazebolt7 (All reviews)
Plot/Story-9/10

For an Akira Toriyama stand-alone story you'd either have to be an absolute fan and purely love his words, or a fan who can recognize when he's missing something.

A tribe still exists in this outcast planet known as the Aurumoculi. The Aurumoculi are some of the strongest beings on the face of the world and can be spotted for their golden textured eyes. Our main lead "Toki" happens to be a survivor of his tribe and is on the look out for a women to help continue his bloodline. A story so generic, it's best delivered in 34 pages and less.

A simple story, no 'Kamehameha''s, read more
Jan 29, 2013
Filmmoth (All reviews)
As expected from Akira Toriyama, this one-shot paints a picture of an interesting world with well-written characters, despite the length of the story. It's a simple, short story that covers a day in the life of boy who's the last of his kind. Although he's alone in that regard, he manages to find himself a person to care about. It's warm story with trademark Toriyama humor and action that leaves you with a good feeling.

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