[Comics]Blue spring -Taiyo Matsumoto sketchbook-

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Comics total pnts rank Rank 5,660in 7,871 titlesTotal 0 / Deviation 48.52
Comics rank of 1993 Rank 122in 162 titles
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Character/Setting2.00(Very good)1
Picture2.00(Very good)1
Story2.00(Very good)1
Hot heart100%1/1
Romantic100%1/1
Friendship100%1/1
Shocked100%1/1
Enjoyed100%1/1
Interesting100%1/1
Sexy0%0/1
Cute0%0/1
Brave0%0/1
Shed tears0%0/1
Sad0%0/1
Beautiful0%0/1
Moral0%0/1
Scareful0%0/1
Made me think0%0/1
Cool0%0/1
Learned something0%0/1
Impressed0%0/1
Funny0%0/1
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Taiyo Matsumoto
SHOGAKUKAN
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Japan Released:1993
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2011/08/05 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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The short stories of the hero are poor people.
Mr. Matsumoto seems to be a work that seems to be Mr. Matsumoto though it is not yet sophisticated such as drawing and commentary. I like the playful space that makes him taste good.
I have seen a couple of Mr. Matsumoto's works, but I really feel like wearing babies like outlaws, bads, or geniuses.
Suzuki and Mr. Kimura are coming out in the story entitled Mr. Suzuki who is a short story. Though it is not directly connected, the fans would have been relieved.
Why not read Mr. Matsumoto's fans by all means? However, I do not recommend reading this work at the beginning of Matsumoto's work.




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