Cromartie High School, Vol. 3

Cromartie High School Vol When a school trip goes awry Takenoushi is there to save the day but his hostage negotiations land him in America Meanwhile a masked hijacker is parading around school as Takenoushi preparing for

  • Title: Cromartie High School, Vol. 3
  • Author: Eiji Nonaka Brendan Frayne
  • ISBN: 9781413902594
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a school trip goes awry, Takenoushi is there to save the day, but his hostage negotiations land him in America Meanwhile, a masked hijacker is parading around school as Takenoushi, preparing for the All Japan Kingpin Tournament Kamiyama will prove to be his stiffest competition, but the only boy with brains might get sidetracked when Mechazawa falls to pieces

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    1. Overall Rating: Manga - B? / Anime - A-Synopsis: Cromartie High School by Eiji Nonaka, is a comedy manga centered around High School first year Kamiyama who begins attending Cromartie High to stay with his delinquent friend after junior high. Unfortunately, his friend isn't even able to make it into Cromartie, despite frequent references to how easy it is to get in. The school is populated almost entirely with delinquents, including a robot named Mechazawa (though most students treat him like he [...]

    2. Still laughing at the knuckleheaded antics of the hilarious hoodlums that make up Cromartie High School's main characters. This time out features Mechazawa being converted to a motorbike. And the brains of the bunch, Kamiyama, wins a major hoodlum title. Kamiyama also manages to get arrested twice. Huh? what's up with that? He's supposed to be the "good" student!! *grin*More story development of Masked Takanouchi as well, the hijacker that took student Takanouchi's place. Nobody notices the swit [...]

    3. Silly. Just silly. This is the only manga series I've ever read, and it was a little strange at first reading it backwards. But this was definitely one of the funniest series I've ever read. It's the sort of comedy that's just random. I can see if people thought it tried too hard but for me, I loved it. :) I feel the same way about all three books so I'm copy and pasting my review. It's one of those rare series where all three are great.

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