Slam Dunk, Volume 20

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VIZ Media LLC, Feb 7, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
2 Reviews
Get ready for the greatest sports manga of all time!

Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T.

Winning isn't everything in the game of basketball, but who wants to come in second? It takes dedication and discipline to be the best, and the Shohoku High hoops team wants to be just that. They have one last year to make their captain's dream of reaching the finals come true--will they do it?

Shohoku steadily increases their lead against Ryonan with less than ten minutes remaining in the game. But the all-out attack wears Shohoku down and fatigue is getting the better of them. Without Coach Anzai's guidance, Shohoku struggles to hold on against Ryonan as their weaknesses are exposed one by one. Sakuragi's inexperience is one of their biggest and the margin for error is slim with Sakuragi on the court. Is this game going to push Shohoku to the edge of total collapse?

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Review: Slam Dunk, Vol. 19 (Slam Dunk #19)

User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

This story is forcing me to workout my legs so I can dunk once in my life. Read full review

Review: Slam Dunk, Vol. 14 (Slam Dunk #14)

User Review  - Annchan Maulana - Goodreads

eventhou the scract are rough but the story is exiciting, funny character (especially Sakuragi Hanamichi) and full of action .... eventhou the scract are rough but the story is exiciting, funny character (especially Sakuragi Hanamichi) and full of action .... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Takehiko Inoue is the creator of one of the most popular manga of all time, Slam Dunk, which has sold over 100 million copies worldwide. He followed that series up with two titles lauded by critics and fans alike—Vagabond, a fictional account of the life of Miyamoto Musashi, and Real, a manga about wheelchair basketball. Inoue is the recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize and the Media Arts Festival Award. In addition to his work on manga, Inoue has worked on television commercials, character designs for video games, and is the founder of a scholarship to foster Japanese basketball talent.

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