June 17, 2012
Good morning ya’ll!! What’s up!? How’s things going?
Man oh man, todays review is on a manga which I’m still currently reading. It’s quite ridiculous but it’s damn interesting! As you can tell from the title, this manga is called Gamble Fish. Oh man if only highschool was this interesting…. with situations as ridic as the ones in the manga… highschool would be so memorable!! It’d be F**KED (scuse my language) if the teachers and the students in real life were to be like in this manga. Lots of court time for them! LOL
The story is set in modern times, the main protagonist is a 14 year old high school kid by the name Tomu Shirasagi, he is a son of a infamous swindler Yumeichirou Shirasagi. Like father like son, Tomu was a gifted child, an expert con artist who’s got a high intellectual level and with balls of steel (figuratively speaking of course). He moves to Shishidou Academy, which is a prestigious school attending mostly by the children of the rich and and the influential parents. From the start of the manga, it is learnt that Tomu has conquered two high schools before attending Shishidou academy. He decided to make a name for himself by publicly humiliating the dean’s great-granddaughter, Shishidou Mika. The manga then moves on with series of outrageous gambling challenges Tomu faces against the brightest students in Shishidou academy.
This manga is really entertaining and some of the gambling challenges are so farfetched that it can only happen in a manga. Haha! On your spare time, give it a go guys!!
Here is some pictures you can expect to see from the manga!
Manga Written by Aoyama Hiromi
Manga illustrated by Yamane Kazutoshi
Genre: Shounen, Ecchi, Action, Thriller
Released Date: 2007 ~ ongoing
Over all: 8.5/10
See you all next week Ciao~
Fat Jenga signing out!