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Synonyms: N・A・S・A, Beta!!
Japanese: NASA太空梦


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 12
Status: Finished
Published: 1988
Genres: Sci-Fi, Seinen
Authors: Urasawa, Naoki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Big Comic Original


Score: 6.461 (scored by 720 users)
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Ranked: #148082
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Popularity: #6613
Members: 1,419
Favorites: 3
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A collection of 12 short stories published in one volume by Shogakukan in 1988. A fantasy about a middle-aged office worker who trains every day in order to become Japan's first astronaut. This work also includes earlier short stories, such as Beta!!.

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Aug 18, 2017
Gexis (All reviews)
NASA is a one-shot manga written and drawn by the GOAT Naoki Urasawa.

NASA contains various short stories, some being more serious and others being more comedy-driven.

Personally, while I found the serious stories to be good I just thought comedy skits were much better. My favorite short was the one about the two bank robbers who run into this innocent car dealership guy that ends up helping the robbers get away I thought the ending of that story was great. My least favorite short was probably the first one about this guy who really wants to go to space so he gets some certain people to read more
Aug 15, 2010
JephCassidy (All reviews)
An amusing little one shot by Naoki Urasawa. Being a one shot it wasn't able to become anything dazzling and i read it mainly because i plan on (someday) completing everything of Urasawa's. As i said since its so short it didn't have the chance to become something outstanding but its worth the read as i found the overall idea amusing.


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