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Old 2004-12-05, 16:23   Link #1
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This isn't scanslated as far as I can tell, and I don't think it's licensed either. If anyone's interested, you've got at least one reader lined up. Funny thing is though, there seems to be only three volumes released but the anime is a few years old. What's up with that? Is this one of the few cases where the anime came first and the manga followed?

Oh yeah, it's about football (soccer).
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Old 2004-12-06, 10:06   Link #2
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This isn't scanslated as far as I can tell, and I don't think it's licensed either. If anyone's interested, you've got at least one reader lined up. Funny thing is though, there seems to be only three volumes released but the anime is a few years old. What's up with that? Is this one of the few cases where the anime came first and the manga followed?

Oh yeah, it's about football (soccer).

The manga's coming out in France, I could check out how many volumes.
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Old 2004-12-06, 11:23   Link #3
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The manga's coming out in France, I could check out how many volumes.

Three volumes appeared:

http://www.fnac.com/Shelf/article.as...326961844&Fr=0


http://www.shinjuku-world.com/?page=...Heart&mapage=1


Used volumes:

http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/tg/...039297-6001854
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Old 2004-12-06, 17:31   Link #4
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Yeah, the fourth volume is scheduled in a few days in Japan. So I'm just gonna assume (unless someone can tell me otherwise) that the manga follows the anime and not the other way around. Which is probably a good idea, because it's dificult to do the sport justice when animating.

Still itching for some more info though...
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Old 2004-12-11, 18:32   Link #5
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Yeah, the fourth volume is scheduled in a few days in Japan. So I'm just gonna assume (unless someone can tell me otherwise) that the manga follows the anime and not the other way around. Which is probably a good idea, because it's dificult to do the sport justice when animating.

Still itching for some more info though...

I could buy the french mangas, make scans of it, and make you droll :P
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Old 2005-12-26, 06:22   Link #6
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Old thread but since then how many volumes are out at the moment? Is it past what the anime ended at?
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Old 2008-12-07, 22:33   Link #7
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How does manga version end? I heard that its different than anime ending.
and how Kyosuke's and Miki's relationship develops in there? Romance? Does Kyosuke leave at Europe at manga too?

I would be so glad if someone could give brief summary of how does manga and anime different from eachother at end.
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