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One of the biggest names in the manga industry today, Mitsuru Adachi made his debut in 1970 with Kieta Bakuon in the pages of Deluxe Shonen Sunday. The creator of numerous mega-hits such as Touch, Miyuki, and Cross Game, Adachi sensei received the Shogakukan Manga Award for all three of the aforementioned series. Truly at the top echelon of the manga industry, his cumulative works have seen over 200 million copies sold, and many of his series have been adapted into anime, live-action TV series and film. A master of his medium, Adachi has come to be known for his genius handling of dramatic elements skillfully combined with romance, comedy, and sports. He along with Rumiko Takahashi, have become synonymous with the phenomenal success of Shonen Sunday in Japan.
This series was a big surprise for me. I'd been reading manga for years and knew of Mitsuru Adachi by reputation because he's such a legend in the world of manga. Read morePublished 13 days ago by SMF
Loved the manga and love the anime. It's touched on several aspects of people's lives. What it's like to loose someone and what happens when destiny lands a hand.Published 1 month ago by Kamrul Hossain
I read this manga quite a while ago. It is one of my favorites. So now I have bought the kindle version of it. I even liked the anime.Published 7 months ago by Rangerkern
Mitsuru Adachi is a true master of manga. There is no other work of manga that can match his.
His work visualizes what it means to be young with romantic and touching... Read more
One of the best stories that I have ever read. Finished the series over 8 months ago, reading for hours at a time, and still think about how amazing the story is.Published 13 months ago by Eder Rangel
the description is really, really misleading the story is about as shonen as you can get. completely uninteresting worst $10 i have spent is recent memoryPublished 15 months ago by zac
its in great condition when it came in and its what I wanted. I love the product, and nobody recommended itPublished 18 months ago by Nickolas S. Sine
I love the series and I wish H2, Touch, Rough, Katsu, Mix and all of Adachi's works were brought over.Published 22 months ago by Chris
I loved it! it's a great story of growing up and baseball.
If you like baseball or sports manga I'd recommend it to you!