[Comics]Idol A

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Mitsuru Adachi
SHOGAKUKAN
Japan Released:2005 Weekly Young Sunday
Japan Released:2010 Monthly Shonen Sunday
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2014/07/16 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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I wonder if the author came up with this work by watching "Ultraman A" ....

Keita Hirayama, a super high school pitcher, and Azusa Satomi of idol are childhood friends.
Even if Azusa of heroine actually makes baseball it is actually a genius and wears two pairs of weeds, Keita is doing two roles as her shadow warrior,
Besides high school baseball, talk will progress even to professional baseball (even though it is a teen rookie).

No matter how much genius girls will throw 150 kg of stiff balls and beat professional slugger?
Does a man before twenty years act as a shadow of idol after dressing up?
Azusa says "The achievement as my pitcher is Keita", but after being given a fame that is not commensurate with the ability, is it serious?
And where Tsukkomi is packed full of true serial series works where it gets stuck in a short period of time,
It is an irregular serial series about once a year (it will be half-completed), and Keita is accidentally standing in the ground or feeling guilty to him who can go out with Azusa's fellows, and there is somewhat awkwardness
It took over 5 years and I put out a book for a book.

It seems that this neighborhood is very good.
Even though there are a lot of drawers as writers, although it is not a diverse part of the drawing of characters, rather it survives in the industry against the opposite.
Even though I do not throw a ball like a pitcher to a pitcher,
A type that creates games with the danger of rampaging and bargaining.

The contents themselves are "comfortable" as they can be read as comic books.




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