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Synonyms: The Uninvited Guys of Bremen
Japanese: 無頼男-ブレーメン-


Type: Manga
Volumes: 9
Chapters: 82
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 14, 1999 to Sep 11, 2001
Genre: Comedy Comedy
Theme: Music Music
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Authors: Umezawa, Haruto (Story & Art)


Score: 7.431 (scored by 19241,924 users)
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Ranked: #30742
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Popularity: #4083
Members: 3,878
Favorites: 81

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Reiji and Kasuga head out to Tokyo to become the "Gods of Rock," but they seem to always attract trouble. On their way, Hayama Ryo and Fujii Ran join them in their quest.

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Mar 12, 2009
xxStormangelxx (All reviews)
When I first read Bremen I thought that the art was okay and the story seemed okay. But once i got into it the characters really brought themselves out. You got to see the struggle new bands have to go though and still have that underlining theme that just gets to you. I really liked it, but it does have somethings that some maybe adverse to.

Bremen may not be fore everyone but it is a good read for those that do like it.
Jan 1, 2009
Altaica (All reviews)
After reading even a part of the chapters, you will probably feel the need to listen to some rock music, as the manga doesn’t have a soundtrack, but only the idea of music, so the story has some impact over the reader. Yet, you may get anxious because the plot evolves not so rapidly. Only after many chapters, all the group members will gather together. So, be patient if you wish to read this manga to its last chapters. On the contrary, in the last chapters, the action evolves very quick, so the story isn’t very well balanced. read more
Jul 24, 2011
zakkusufea (All reviews)
Despite it's flaws, Bremen is still quite a manga. It starts off with Kasuga Romio and Hino Reijii fleeing to Japan, with interests of starting a band. Now any of you who have read "Beck" or any other music related manga, are in for a surprise. Bremen is much more about Kasuga kicking ass than it is about music, but don't get me wrong, music has a huge role in the plot.

Story: 6.5/10
Why so low? Because the arcs are usually barely connected and quite repetitive. The wrap up for the story seemed thrown in and unsatisfying. The plot also seems to constantly rely on read more
Oct 25, 2020
CobraLibidinosa (All reviews)
This manga had potential, but it was all wasted on some horrible plotwist, so horrifying that made me nauseous. The characters and the story are overall good, and could have been a masterpiece if not for the horrible conclusion. As the story proceeds and you get to know the characters better and see they slowly rising as a band the enjoyment is high, but it gets rushed near the ending, probably due to cancellation, but I can't say for sure. In the end was sad to have the fun stopped and vomited at your face, but I would easily recommend it anyway.

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