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Birdmen

Birdmen

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Bird Men
Japanese: BIRDMEN -バードメン-

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Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 17, 2013 to ?
Authors: Tanabe, Yellow (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday

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Score: 7.681 (scored by 913 users)
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Ranked: #22192
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Popularity: #2395
Members: 3,155
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Synopsis

Eishi Karasuma is a loner with a monotone life and his only friend is Mikisada Kamoda. One day they venture together while skipping class and they meet Tsubame, a very energetic girl, and Rei Sagisawa, a pretty boy that attends the same middle school. On their way back to school a sudden event happens. A mysterious boy with wings will come to help.

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May 28, 2015
Kitsoa (All reviews)
I hate pushing excessive praise especially this early in a manga's life, but with Tanabe Yellow's Birdmen I feel safe to declare this an outstanding work. A story after my own heart, Birdmen explores the nuance of the typically coming-of-age, call-to-action hero stories with a unique sense of characterization, pacing, and tone. It's a story that reads like a book, careful in the narrative climb and intensely detail oriented. From the poignant reaction panels to the excessive walls of text in a character's thoughts, Tanabe-sensei spares no expense in making this story speak beyond its contemporaries' status as superficial entertainment.

The characters are by read more
Apr 16, 2016
MrBassic (All reviews)
All I can say about this series, is that the characters are very well thought out and do not strictly adhere to any cliche character type, and I love how the different characters interact with each other as the story unfolds. What's more is how Tanabe uses humour to great effect without losing the tension of the overall conflict in the story.
The actual pacing of the storytelling has been very even and always gives enough information to move the plot but always leaves some suspense. Thought there is inevitably going to be a large conflict at some point, the story does a great job of read more

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