[Comics]ALPS Kenbou

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Comics rank of 1976 Rank 36in 49 titles
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Tatsuhiko Yamagami
Koudansha
Asahisonorama
Futabasya
Shogakukan creative
AKITA PUBLISHING CO.,LTD
Japan Released:1976/04/18(Sun) Weekly Shonen Magazine / End:1976/05/16
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2013/08/23 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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A manga that was serialized intensively for a short time in the Weekly Shonen Magazine when "Akaki deca" was a popular peak.
The hero is an anthropomorphized St. Bernard dog "dog boy", can stand up with two legs and can talk normally with humans.
It is surprisingly unusual for anthropomorphization of animals in Yamagami's work
(There are other animals that stand with two legs like a storm in Toch, but others are passed through animals to the last).
The pattern of bokeh like Tsukka 〓〓Tsukkomi is alive and there are many bottom stories, but it is somewhat quite compare to the bracken deca.
On the other hand, it is characteristic that nori of human character is good.
Dogobo's owner, Shinta (〓〓〓face is opposed to spring) is like Jun chan of brat brigadia, and Shinta classmate girl.
Mr. Kikumura was fun to take quite a bit of reaction on vulgar tapes and pictures.
Every 5 episodes, quite a lot of times are quite high, but I guess this is because it was also a short-term intensive series.
If it was a long series, unfortunately it did not work like this (If you look at other series works, you can not help thinking so)
It is included in "Shitsudorin" issued by Shogakukan creative and it is glad that it is possible to read even now.
It is much better treated than "Stamina salad" and "Boksin child".




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