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Real, Vol. 6 (Real #6)

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Drama, tragedy and fast breaks...on wheels. Life goes on... Get Real. Real men, real basketball, real manga. R to L (Japanese Style). Takahashi has an awkward reunion with his father, who has been absent from his life for the past eight years. As father and son struggle with the difficulties of Takahashi's adjustment to life in a wheelchair, they must also come face to ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published October 20th 2009 by VIZ Media LLC (first published January 1st 2006)
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Philippe Lhoste
Jun 16, 2012 Philippe Lhoste rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Takahashi apprend à connaître son père, après 8 ans d'absence. Il continue à voir sa vie comme finie.
Nomiya s'accroche dans son boulot, malgré les humiliations, et soutien les Tigers, qui se préparent à un tournoi.

On continue l'exploration fine des psychologies des protagonistes.
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Takehiko Inoue (井上雄彦) 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.

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