This Berserk Manga is completed in Japan and it’s one of my best favorite sport mangas. I’ve read all the chapters that are translated from various translation groups. First of all, I just want to say “thank you” to all of the groups in charge of translating this manga. Without you guys, I wouldn’t have really been able to read it in any way. Thank you again, guys! And I hope you will continue your great jobs to bring us more and more mangas that are translated. Love you guys so much!!!
Sports mangas are often written to cater to a particular devotee of the sports related and honestly I ‘d never been a fan of Baseball. While this Berserk also known as Daiya no A has not really blown me away and typical in its setting as far as I can tell yet it does what it after reading the first chapters I’m hooked and can’t wait for the next chapters.
Then later on we’re introduced with other members of that baseball team and to Eijun’s opponents in other and pitching essential teammates. Even though the narrative seems rather slow in its progress and is a little dull initially but the manga actually profits from this slow rate down the road when the qualification for koshien (nationals) begins and the matches get detailed rather nicely in the writer’s manner. So far for me actually and although the storyline is fairly slow in progress looks it’ll be a manga that is long but I find details and its rate rather nice and certainly will grant it 7 out of 10.
As far as the character drawings goes this Berserk manga has a huge scope of characters and yet the mangaka finds it possible to keep each of their faces simply identifiable and unique which I find a great effort really.
Inside my view characters are the chief aspect in which this Diamon no Ace manga truly glows. The mangaka manages to place enough emphasis on many minor characters together with the principal characters additionally gets their story told. Eijun is kind of a typical shounen primary character but truly has his funny moments through the story due to his stupidity and distinctive approaches to get inspired, Miyuki is a cocky bastard and however is readily appreciable for his usage of brains in the matches and for his commitment to the team, Furuya is rather typical for a competing characters simply because he’s an extremely powerful pitcher but actually gets his own perspectives and story told nicely too as has his exceptional shortcomings, Kominato is a character who’s so readily likable yet has additionally a good backstory. However, the manga might appear not significant for the greater scheme and mostly shines through the writers attempts at attempting to tell the stories, motivations and perspectives of varied minor characters through the entire manga many of which are from other baseball teams. By telling their stories the mangaka also shows his commitment for the manga as a whole and manages to at all times keep the flow fresh.
As the manga is completed, to be honest I can immediately give it 10 out of 10. I have to say from the bottom of my heart that I actually love the whole story, the art and also the in-depth character backstories. This is one of the best manga I’ve read in my life. I think maybe one day, I’ll give baseball a try, hehe. After all, I just wanna say that you should give a try to this manga, especially anyone who’d like to Manga Online.