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  • Author:
    Takehiko Inoue
  • ISBN:
    1421519844
  • ISBN13:
    978-1421519845
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    VIZ Media LLC (February 3, 2009)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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Takehiko Inoue is the creator of one of the most popular manga of all time, Slam Dunk, which has sold over 100 million copies worldwide.

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Takehiko Inoue (井上雄彦 Inoue Takehiko) born on 12 January, 1967 in Okuchi, Kagoshima, is a Japanese manga artist, best known for the basketball manga Slam Dunk, which has become a success both in Japan and overseas. Many of his works are about basketball, Inoue himself being a huge fan of the sport, and many Japanese children started to play basketball because they read the manga. This in turn helped make basketball popular in Japan and across East Asia.

He may be a pain in the butt, but Hanamichi's athletic prowess and monstrous strength have not gone unnoticed by the captain of Shohoku's judo team. Hoping to take his troupe to a national title, the judo captain is willing to go to great lengths to lure Hanamichi away from the court and get him on the sparring mat. Will out-and-out bribery convince Hanamichi that judo's the way to go, or will he stay a basketball man to the very end? show more.

Slam Dunk (Japanese: スラムダンク, Hepburn: Suramu Danku) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takehiko Inoue about a basketball team from Shōhoku High School in the Shōnan area. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1990 to 1996, with the chapters collected into 31 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha. It was adapted into an anime series by Toei Animation which has been broadcast worldwide, enjoying much popularity particularly in Japan, several other Asian countries and Europe.

Immediately smitten, he says yes and even tries impressing Haruko with a (failed) slam dunk! Haruko is nonetheless excited by his powerful jumps and strength, and convinces him to join the basketball team! But with Haruko’s.

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The Japanese manga Slam Dunk was written and illustrated by Takehiko Inoue.

Takehiko Inoue's legendary basketball manga is finally here, and the tale of a lifetime is in your hands! . Resources and Downloads. High Resolution Images. Book Cover Image (jpg): Slam Dunk, Vol. 2.

Takehiko Inoue's legendary basketball manga is finally here, and the tale of a lifetime is in your hands! He may be a pain in the butt, but Hanamichi's athletic prowess and monstrous strength have not gone unnoticed by the captain of Shohoku's judo team. Trade Paperback 9781421519845.

R to L (Japanese Style)One of the most popular manga in the history of manga! Winning isn't everything in basketball, but who wants to come in second? It takes dedication and discipline to be the best, and the Shohoku High hoops team wants to be just that--the best. They have one last year to make their captain's dream of reaching the finals come true--will they do it? Takehiko Inoue's legendary basketball manga is finally here, and the tale of a lifetime is in your hands!He may be a pain in the butt, but Hanamichi's athletic prowess and monstrous strength have not gone unnoticed by the captain of Shohoku's judo team. Hoping to take his troupe to a national title, the judo captain is willing to go to great lengths to lure Hanamichi away from the court and get him on the sparring mat. Will out-and-out bribery convince Hanamichi that judo's the way to go, or will he stay a basketball man to the very end?

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First year Shohoku High School student, Hanamichi Sakuragi had to be a tough kid growing up. Often teased for his red hair, Hanamichi and his friends would be part of a gang that grouped together to fight other gangs and to show that they are not afraid of no one. And for the tall Sakuragi, he has shown his power in defeating other people in fights.

But there is another side of Hanamichi Sakuragi and that is the fact that he has been rejected by 50 girls in junior high school and now that he's in high school, #50 tells him that her heart is for Oda who plays for the basketball team.

One day he meets Haruko Akagi, also a first-year student and is the sister of Takenori Akagi, a third-year student and the team captain of Shohoku High School's basketball team. She also happens to have a crush on star athlete, Kaeda Rukawa, a basketball player that many girls at the high school have fallen for.

And now Hanamichi Sakuragi wants to prove that he can also be a very good basketball player. And while he doesn't know the fundamentals of the game, for Hanamichi's first week on the team, it has been rough and with Hanamichi quitting the team, the words by Akagi that he is a "gutless coward" has resonated within him to the point that it bothers him.

So, now Hanamichi is more driven to make it on the basketball team, but can this guy who knows nothing about basketball, play the game? And what happens when the judo team tries to recruit him?

What is "Slam Dunk"?

I can easily remember the popularity of "Slam Dunk" during the early '90s. Despite being here in America, I would venture to the local Tower Records or travel to Japan Town and head to the Japanese bookstore to pick up the latest Shonen Jump magazine and watching the anime series.

Granted, I came into "Slam Dunk" several years late but I recognized how popular the manga and anime series was, especially the music and sure enough "Slam Dunk" was one of the first anime soundtracks (on cassette) that I had purchased. For me, it was quite intriguing because the sports that I have watched from Japan and manga and anime being based from those sports are typically baseball, soccer or tennis. You just don't think about basketball but sure enough, "Slam Dunk" captured the essence of high school basketball and the excitement of team dynamics, offense/defense and squaring off against a rival team.

But this is what Takehiko Inoue is known for. A mangaka who is a basketball fan, his manga series is considered iconic in the fact that many kids in Japan played basketball and became interested in the sport because of "Slam Dunk". In fact, the series was not just popular in Japan but also throughout Asia. The manga sold over 100 million copies in Japan between 1990-1996, earning a Shogakukan Manga Award in 2005 and in 2007, the series received the distinction as "Japan's Favorite Manga".

Inoue would eventually follow up with "Buzzer Beater" in 1997 (which he collaborated with ESPN) which was a more farfetched story about basketball ala intergalactic competition. Followed by a samurai manga story titled "Vagabond" in 1998 and back to a basketball manga with "Real" in 2001 (based on people with disabilities in wheelchairs who compete in basketball), so Inoue has a pretty strong following for his works.

And his hits series "Slam Dunk" has been released ala manga in America courtesy of Viz Media.

"Slam Dunk" revolves around a cocky and rough street punk named Hanamichi Sakuragi who is a first-year student at Shohoku High School. He has fallen for Haruko Akagi, the younger sister of Takenori Akagi, the captain of Shohoku High's basketball team. But for Haruko, she likes Kaeda Rukawa, the first-year basketball star that all the female students love.

So, to prove his worth in front of Haruko, Hanamichi joins the Shohoku basketball team which includes Kiyota, Maki, Hisashi Mitsui, Ryota Miyagi and their team manager, Ayako.

In volume 2, Hanamichi is determined to prove that he has what it takes to play the game and make it on the team. But for Takenori Akagi's rival (and former childhood friend), Judo Team Captain Tatsuhiko Aota, Aota is determined in recruiting Hanamichi to join their squad and not the basketball team. And to do that, to strike at Hanamichi's weakness, by using Haruko!

If you love basketball, you will love "Slam Dunk".

The story of a brute named Hanamichi who has his issues finding a girlfriend (or any girl to like him), but has fallen for Haruko Akagi, the sister of Shohoku High's Takenor Akagi, the team captain of the basketball team. But knowing that she loves basketball and likes star player Kaede Rukawa. So, Hanamichi is determined in proving to her that he can excel in basketball but also hopefully winning her heart.

But because of Hanamichi's lack of manners and basketball knowledge, will he be able to prove to Haruko and the team that he deserves to be a player for the team? Or will he be the laughing stock of Shohoku High School?

And because of his temper and his reputation of beating up people, it catches the eye of Shohoku High's Judo captain Tatsuhiko Aota, who happens to be the childhood friend/rival of Takenori Akagi.

But how will Aota try to lure Hanamichi to join the judo team? Meanwhile, what happens when Hanamichi tries to show the team that he can dunk?

Find out in "Slam Dunk" vol. 2!

JUDGMENT CALL:

What a hilarious and fun series "Slam Dunk" has come to be! The characters are awesome, the story is well-written and Takehiko Inoue just knows how to capture basketball on the pages of "Slam Dunk".

His illustrations have always been a highlight for me and I was always amazed of how he captured movements, the offensive and defensive stances to how the players penetrate the perimeter and score. The detail of Inoue's artwork is just wonderful and I look forward to volume 3!

Overall, "Slam Dunk" is an enjoyable manga series that is not just for basketball fans but for those who want a manga series that captures the spirit of basketball, competition, the strategy involved in the sport but a captivating storyline with cool characters that makes this series worth recommending!

"Slam Dunk" Vol. 2 is highly recommended!
Molace
Slam Dunk is one of my favorite manga. I've read all slam dunk in Japanese long time ago. It's translated very well and makes me laugh a lot. I love this manga.