Steins;Gate: Onshuu no Brownian Motion
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Steins;Gate: Onshuu no Brownian Motion

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Synonyms: Steins,Gate: Braunian Motion of Love and Hate
Japanese: STEINS;GATE恩讐のブラウニアンモーション


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 30, 2010 to Apr 27, 2012
Genres: Drama Drama, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Famitsu Comic Clear
Authors: Nitroplus (Story), Mizoguchi, Takeshi (Art)


Score: 8.001 (scored by 14531,453 users)
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Ranked: #6862
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Popularity: #3500
Members: 4,201
Favorites: 70

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A spin-off from the Steins;Gate game, showing the past of the CRT store owner Tennouji Yuugo, also known as Mr. Braun.


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May 4, 2014
cardboardtheory (All reviews)
With Steins;Gate manga, it's hit or miss. Some are not very good, and some are decent. To waste little time, this manga is the best of them. It maintains a good plot throughout and sheds light on some of the lesser-focused characters, most obviously Mr Braun and his past. The art is very refreshing and clean, and readable as well. The mood is constantly realistic, as opposed to some of the other S;G manga featuring action and fanservice.

Something of note: don't read it until you have played the V/N or watched the Anime! It is centered around a plot twist in the original S;G works, read more
Oct 4, 2015
iAmSayo (All reviews)
"If a rope descends givin' you a chance to escape to escape that hell, the natural choice is to grab on and climb it, right?" - Tennouji Yuugo

Before you start reading this, I want to state that I am by no means a professional reviewer, and that this review may contain some sort of bias.

After watching the anime series and achieving a very high level of satisfaction of it, I've decided to pick up on the mangas, whether they are prequels, sequels or spin-offs to enjoy myself some of Steins;Gate, but I've got to say, I'm quite shocked to see how they aren't more popular/talked read more
Oct 29, 2018
xSaylar (All reviews)
This review is spoiler-free even though it contains spoilers from the original Steins;Gate anime. You should not read this spin-off unless you have completed the original Anime or VN anyway.

The one very sad thing about Steins;Gate is that no matter how Okabe manages to change worldlines to reach a happy ending, the events and feelings of the people in other worldlines were very real at one point in time. That's why I've always been curious about the stories of other worldlines while watching the anime, especially the one of Suzuha's life after she time traveled to 1975.

The fact that they decided to show this story read more
Aug 7, 2018
Salieri_Hiyajo (All reviews)
*This review contains spoilers*

The thing about Steins;Gate Onshuu no Braunian Motion is that, as a standalone manga, it's really mediocre. It only has genuine value, and what it brings to the reader can only be brought forth if that reader has at least watched the S;G anime. Tbh I'd go as far as saying that the minimum is playing the VN and completing all the routes (Essentially 100% completion); that's how contextually dependent this manga is.

Still, inspite of this glaring limitation, Steins;Gate: Onshuu no Braunian Motion is able to tell an engaging story that gives much needed depth and characterization to the most criminally underused read more


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