By the creators of Death Note! The mystery behind manga-making revealed!
Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T
Big changes are in store now that Moritaka and Akito have their very own series in Shonen Jump. Hanging out with their favorite manga creators, hiring assistants, keeping track of the weekly reader surveys—life as a professional manga artist is tough! Can these two survive the pressure…?
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Review: Bakuman, Volume 5: Yearbook and Photobook (Bakuman #5)User Review - William Hanley - Goodreads
Unlike the last volume, I really see introspective look at the shonen manga industry. I'm also looking forward to seeing if the young generation can change Shonen Jump for the better. Read full review
Review: Bakuman, Volume 2: Chocolate and Akamaru (Bakuman #2)User Review - IDEKA - Goodreads
It's really interesting and fun to read, but there's no conflict. I almost feel like the authors are rooting for the characters, and I'm not sure how I feel about that. Read full review