Other media: Literature:Akihabara@DEEP / Drama:Akihabara@deep / JP movie:Akihabara@deep
Comics total pnts rank Rank 3,503in 8,857 titlesTotal 2 / Deviation 49.16
Comics rank of 2005 Rank 150in 370 titles
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Ira Ishida
Weekly Comic Bunch
Japan Released:2005/08/12(Fri)
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2006/05/16 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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The original is unread. It seems that the setting is quite different from the original one.
It is trying to discriminate considerably that the number of DEEP members has decreased from six to four, and so on.
Because of that, it seems that the reputation of this manga version is not good, but I am enjoying honestly.

It is a sacred place or somewhat strange label in the city where the world behind Akihabara is a stage.
The four DEEPs, the hero team, are always unique Akiba-style bastards.
First of all, it is very interesting that the hero is the world's strongest hacker.
Because there is only the strongest, it is serious and a terrible bastard. High-speed typing with a chopper cap on one hand.
This work somewhat makes enemies a fairly annoying company for DEEPs, and carries out a cerebral battle.
Well it's like an intellectual battle in a nutshell, but for me it is very exciting.
I felt it interesting and I became more concerned about the continuation that I wanted to pick up the next volume.

Well, it is hard to say that it is for people as a whole for the stone.
It is decking like an alien and it is certainly a pleasant pattern for the time being.
However, it seems to me that it seems that this pleasant picture seems to be this work is due to mind.

It may be better to read it purely as "one work".
I am going to have amusement in the future.