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Fantasma

Fantasma

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Japanese: FANTASMA ファンタズマ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 4, 2013 to Jun 19, 2014
Authors: Kaku, Yuuji (Story & Art)
Serialization: Jump SQ

Statistics

Score: 7.151 (scored by 198 users)
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Ranked: #71812
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Popularity: #8840
Members: 617
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Volumes: /3
Chapters: /11

Synopsis

After the assassination of the powerful Godfather, Don Pazolini, the world has been thrown into chaos. Many mafia try to fill the power vacuum, but there is a rumor that Don Pazolini's son is hidden away somewhere. That son is Nero, an orphan who is raised in a bar with showgirls as his friends. He dreams of one day finding his parents, but he doesn't know who they are. One day, he encounters a haunted baseball bat, who names himself "Pucchi" and refers to himself as the Pazolini family 'fantasma.' Pucchi insists that Nero come with him to become the new Godfather and rebuild the Pazolini mafia family. Nero is reluctant, but quickly realizes he has no choice, since there is a price on his head and his identity is no longer much of a secret...

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Pucchi
Pucchi
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Pazolini, Nero
Pazolini, Nero
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hilde-joschua
Mar 13, 2016
Since Fantasma is a manga trilogy, the story is relatively simple and has a common template found in many anime and mange just with a different coat of paint.
The basic structure of the story is enjoyable and the different parts all have their own charm yet what I thought to be irritating was the fast pace it was written in.

For a series of only three volumes there were too many different locations, too many new pieces of information and most of all: too many characters.
If the mangaka had spread the story out between maybe four or five volumes the plot would have transpired read more
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