Kuroko no Basket: Extra Game
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Kuroko no Basket: Extra Game

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Synonyms: Kuroko's Basketball, Kuroko no Basuke, The Basketball Which Kuroko Plays. Extra Game
Japanese: 黒子のバスケ EXTRA GAME


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 27, 2014 to Mar 3, 2016
Genres: ShounenShounen, SportsSports
Authors: Fujimaki, Tadatoshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump NEXT!


Score: 7.951 (scored by 95489,548 users)
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Ranked: #7952
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Popularity: #596
Members: 17,213
Favorites: 402
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The college basketball team Strky, comprised of familiar faces from past Interhigh tournaments, is ready to face off against the Jabberwock, a popular American street basketball team that has just arrived in Japan. But what they believe will be a friendly match against a foreign team turns into a devastating loss, and afterwards, the Jabberwock's captain Nash Gold Jr. comments that the people of Japan are equivalent to monkeys and should stop pretending to play basketball.

Angered by this insult, Kagetora Aida proposes a rematch with a different Japanese team, to which Nash accepts, believing the outcome will be the exact same. For the revenge match, Kagetora assembles the Vorpal Swords, consisting of the Generation of Miracles alongside Tetsuya Kuroko and Taiga Kagami—the only team that stands a chance in teaching the Jabberwock a lesson.

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Dec 24, 2016
Revenir (All reviews)
The hyped up, fanservice extra to Kuroko's Basketball, Kagami and the Generation of Miracles take on the evil Americans in a game of streetball in this short sequel to the original.

This is fun for really one reason. You get to see a whole ton of overpowered players go at it at full force. You feel a bit of rehash, as this is the 3rd opponent of the series that's an evil asshole. It doesn't hold the weight of the original series because there isn't really a goal other than to beat the opponent. There's no reward or recognition, and the players are all already read more
Nov 25, 2015
Seggnd (All reviews)
Since many fans hoped Kuroko no Basket would continue by having a Japan all-star team going up against international opponents, Extra Game doesn´t disappoint. The sequel pursues the way of the original series and thus transfers old strengths and weaknesses. The characters are what made Kuroko no Basket so great and author Fujimaki once again set up vigorous antagonists. If Nash can make Akashi look like a nice guy and Jason Silver makes Murasakibara seem like an okay Center, you know you are in for a ride.

The stakes were never higher and although this is how the series has always been progressing, by just read more

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