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Fresh Jump (4)
Manga, 1982Finished1 vol, 3 chp

This Manga doesn't actually have any plot since it is a Manga-how to" rather than a work of fiction. Broken down into 3 parts, the first part is a series of lessons by Akira Toriyama on how to draw Manga (including what not to do), this part is rather amusing to read. The second part is a series of technical pointers from Akira Sakuma, this part is less amusing than the first. The last section is comprised of comments made by Toriyama in regards to amateur Manga work sent in to him in a contest sponsored by Shonen Jump.

SerializationFresh Jump
Manga, 1984Finished1 vol, 7 chp

(No synopsis yet.)

SerializationFresh Jump
Manga, 1982Finished12 vol, 54 chp

Set in a land where several martial arts styles collide, including (but not limited to) Chinese Kung Fu, Japanese Karate, and South Korean Taekwondo. Yet amongst these Shaolin-trained fighters and men powerful enough to cut the face of a mountain, Victory Ramenman is said to be the strongest of them all. At a young age, he witnessed his father Somenman being murdered by members of the Cobra Gang (who are still running rampant to this day). Found and taken in by the wise old Chen Sou-Mei, Ramenman trains for 12 years under his master and learns the great Essential Battle Dragon (闘龍極意書, To Ryuu Gokui Sho) style of Choujin Martial arts. Now, with his young sidekick Shao-Mai, Ramenman travels the land seeking vengeance for his father, fighting several villains along the way.

SerializationFresh Jump
Manga, 1982Finished1 vol, 8 chp

1. What's Onyanko 2. Kanojo no Miryoku wa Sankakukin? 3. Nanpa Ganryuujima 4. Jungle no Ouja Tar-san 5. Sotsugyou 6. Saint Ken-chan 7. Sonjo Sokora no Love Story 8. Bijo wa Nikuryouri ga Otokui

SerializationFresh Jump
ThemeGag Humor