Bakuman, Volume 10: Imagination and Presentation

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Bakuman, Volume 10: Imagination and Presentation

Bakuman Volume Imagination and Presentation By the creators of Death Note The mystery behind manga making revealed Reads R to L Japanese Style for audiences T Average student Moritaka Mashiro enjoys drawing for fun When his classmate and aspi

  • Title: Bakuman, Volume 10: Imagination and Presentation
  • Author: Tsugumi Ohba Takeshi Obata
  • ISBN: 9781421539959
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • By the creators of Death Note The mystery behind manga making revealed Reads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences T Average student Moritaka Mashiro enjoys drawing for fun When his classmate and aspiring writer Akito Takagi discovers his talent, he begs Moritaka to team up with him as a manga creating duo But what exactly does it take to make it in the manga publishiBy the creators of Death Note The mystery behind manga making revealed Reads R to L Japanese Style , for audiences T Average student Moritaka Mashiro enjoys drawing for fun When his classmate and aspiring writer Akito Takagi discovers his talent, he begs Moritaka to team up with him as a manga creating duo But what exactly does it take to make it in the manga publishing world Moritaka and Akito will need to come up with an amazing new manga idea if they ever hope to get back into Weekly Jump magazine, and they only have six months to do it But with Hattori, their former editor, helping behind the scenes, the duo might have everything in place to create the perfect story.

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    One thought on “Bakuman, Volume 10: Imagination and Presentation

    1. Ricardo on said:

      4.5 / 5Cómo me gustaría poder leer algunos de los mangas que crean los personajes de esta historia. Muchos suenan increíbles.

    2. Romeo on said:

      This was an absolutely brilliant volume! my faith in Bakuman has been restored! the last few vols were a bit of a let-down, but this more then makes up for that! their are SO many hilarious bits which i literally laughed out LOUD at, it was that funny! i simply adored the scene where Shujin and Mashiro were stalking Hattori, it was just so funny and exciting. i couldn't wait to see what would happen next. the characters expressions and how funny they themselves are finding the situation just mak [...]

    3. Kate on said:

      Whew! I am all caught up on this series. Reading 8 volumes in a short period time is a feat in itself, but reading 8 volumes of Bakuman is crazy. And, I'm crazy. These volumes are incredibly dense, taking me at least a couple of hours a volume to get through (contrast that with a volume of Kimi ni Todoke that only takes about 30 minutes for me to read).I really love manga, so it would stand to reason that I would be interested in the process that goes on to create manga. That interest doesn't ne [...]

    4. Clementine on said:

      Now that I'm halfway through the series I think it's prime time to talk thoughts. I wasn't sure coming into this series after reading Death Note simply because they are two totally different things. Genre wise. The concepts are on opposite sides of the spectrum. I had previously tried watching the anime years ago without realizing who the creator was but it didn't stick. Sometimes it's just easier to pick up the manga.Luckily, I was completely hooked by the first volume. Ohba takes a simple idea [...]

    5. Paul Spence on said:

      First, I feel the need to say, "Wow!". Just, wow. Bakuman is such a good series, for those of you who haven't gotten the chance to experience it yet. This is an incredible example of work that all people of all nations, ages and genders can appreciate. It gives you a real life look into the comics business in modern Japan. It fills your heart with laughter, love and good-hearted easy-going-ness. But at other times, you will feel the tension, strife and overall distraught, that Ohba and Obata hav [...]

    6. Social_Sloth on said:

      Muto Ashirogi come up with their next series and gets accepted! They work harder than ever and get Mr Hattori back as their editor while Miura gets transfered as Nizuma and Akina's editor. The competition is tougher than ever.

    7. Montserrat Esteban on said:

      Me sigue encantando esta serie donde podemos ver todos los entresijos y las dificultades que pasan los mangakas

    8. Chivitouille on said:

      En comparación con tomos anteriores siento que la historia decae un poco y son los personajes secundarios quienes se lucen más.Y bueno, resulta algo obvia la forma en cómo se resolvera la situación en cuanto a la nueva obra que van a presentar, intentando desarrollar algunas ideas en donde prueban lo que mejor se les da así como con algo nuevo y siendo la última la vencida deciden explorar una idea totalmente alejada de su zona de confort a raíz de un consejo de Hattori, ya que en este pu [...]

    9. Amanda Setasha Hall on said:

      Interesting compared to the last few, but it still felt it was lacking in something.

    10. Abel on said:

      Subidón de intensidad en este décimo tomo, justo en la mitad de la historia. Un desarrollo muy fluido y un cierre electrizante.

    11. S.Q. Eries on said:

      In SummaryThe events of six months fly in Volume 10! Occasionally, the text gets bogged down with all the references to the various manga titles we’ve encountered thus far, but for the most part, the tension stays high with the boys burning through ideas in their efforts to create a new manga series.The ReviewWhen Miura took over as Ashirogi’s editor, I honestly thought Editor Hattori would fade into the Jump office background. However, he’s popped up more frequently in recent chapters, an [...]

    12. Miss on said:

      I've never been a fan of the starving artist archetype; there's nothing wrong with writing commercially viable fiction. Writers gotta eat. This manga's total opposition to artistic integrity is starting to bother me though. The bit where Fukuda decides he wants to quit Kiyoshi because he's losing in popularity to Nizuma and Ashirogi was what tipped me over the edge. Do these stories mean nothing to their artists? The whole thing is just a popularity game? Because that's gross. The shonen formula [...]

    13. Doyle on said:

      j'ai eu du mal à entrer dans les premiers volumesqui installent surtout l'intrigue amoureuse pourriedu manga.même si le côté dramatisé de l'intrigue est parfois poussif et qu'les personnages sont pas toujours très crédibles,ce manga reste quand même une super virée dans l'universde la création et de l'édition d'un manga !on apprend à chaque page : la collaboration entre dessinateur/triceet scénariste, l'impact des prix des concours, la sérialisation et ses enjeux autant commerciaux [...]

    14. Hollowspine on said:

      Ashirogi has been struggling these past few volumes to finish with Tanto and come up with something more in line with their style. They watch as everyone else seems to be moving forward, leaving them in the dust. Will they ever be able to compete with Nizumaor even Iwase. Unlike in previous volumes where Iwase seemed more interested in getting with some man or another in this volume I think she finally develops some actual desire to make a great manga. Still, it's not because she believes in the [...]

    15. Hana Bilqisthi on said:

      Baca manga ini membuat Hana sadar kalau apapun yang dilalui ngga ada yang sia-siadan untuk melakukan yang kita sukai, kita mesti melewati fase yang tidak mengenakan,melakukan hal-hal yang mungkin kita rasa tidak relevan dengan tujuan atau mimpi kitatapi ternyata membantudisini, Takagi dan mashiro membuat manga komedi dan fantasi, membuat komik yang sebenarnya bukan gaya khas mereka, komik misteri, dark yang penuh perhitungantapi justru hal tersebut membuat mereka belajar mengenai kelemahan dan k [...]

    16. Lila Cyclist on said:

      Waaaa. Pak Hattori, Ashirogi Muto, YOU MADE ITTTTT!!!! #lap airmata.Akhirnya, setelah nyaris nyerah di tengah rapat, sempat sebal dengan pak kepala editor, FINALLY!!! I knew you are destined to be together as mangaka and editor!Emmm bisa dibilang saya mulai agak jenuh dengan Bakuman, tapi berkat plot yang menyenangkan dan tarik ulur emosi, saya masih betah lanjut, meski yah, kudu diselingi dengan bacaan lain sih, biar kepala saya ngga penuh dengan duo Akito dan Moritaka. Kalo sudah ngomongin duo [...]

    17. Irwan on said:

      Rivalry out of respect. This is a striking difference between battles, in any forms, found in Japanese comic and its western counterparts. It is found in many other cultural forms as well. That's what makes Japanese culture is so distinct in my opinion. This volume of the series is the best so far. It tells, as much as shows, you how serious manga is about its story telling aspects. And these two authors is really masterful about plots and characterisation, to name a few. Just like Death Note, t [...]

    18. Taruia on said:

      I gave the last volume a 3* rating because I thought the second 'romance' story was weak, but this volume is much tighter. Having quit Tanto, Mashiro and Takagi have a new name and are hoping for serialisation, but there is a catch. It is still pretty formulaic, but I like this Manga angle - quitting one serialisation to try for another. I don't understand the motivations of the editors though. Assuming this is a realistic representation of how editors actually operate is one thing, but having a [...]

    19. Peter Wright on said:

      Mashiro and Takagi are now making a new manga which can beat Iwase and Nizuma in Jump. They didn't like Tanto so they decided to quite it and work on a new story. They first tried a revised version of The world is all about Money and Intelligence, but that didn't make it. After that they tried to make a adventure manga, but that didn't even make it to serialization meeting. Then they try making a manga called perfect crime club to use serious humor and a serious story. now all they have to do is [...]

    20. Kate on said:

      It seems are manga comic duo (Mashiro and Takagi) faces some tense pressure in coming up with an all-star series. They literally go through three different story concepts. I was happy to see that they are pushing themselves; rather than getting into a slump like they did during their gag manga days. I enjoyed even seeing their final storyboards as they developed them. I really can't wait to see if they can prove the editors wrong and create a work that can take them to the top of the book charts [...]

    21. Gabrielle on said:

      I accidentally skipped this and headed to vol 11, 12 and 13. Eventhough I know what will happen I still enjoyed the twist and turns of the story and the great detailed artwork. Also the reason I collect these tankobons (collected trade paperbacks) is to support the creators while enjoying it like they do in Japan (except my copy is the US version). Always a great read and will look forward to Volume 14 this September.

    22. Sarah Lu on said:

      I love this volume! Suspenseful, exciting, funny, cute, and inspiring. I love everyone's interactions. The little tidbits with Kaya and Miho were good too, and as always, I love seeing Kaya's contributions to Shujin and Saiko's efforts.Again, not a fan of Iwase, I don't think that I ever will be

    23. Robin on said:

      I find this series so interesting because never would I have thought that a manga about manga could ever be interesting, and yet it is. The characters are interesting and the story itself is really informative. Sometimes the series is a bit of an info-dump in terms of "LOOK AT ALL THE THINGS HERE!" and the panels can get cluttered and difficult to follow, but overall it's a pretty solid series.

    24. Muhammad Rajab on said:

      inilah kenapa aku memasukkan komik Bakuman ke dalam 'rak' motivasi. tersebab memang ceritanya yang sederhana membuat para pembaca, terutama di kalangan kawula muda, dapat termotivasi oleh semangat sang tokoh utama untuk meraih impiannya. semua usaha yang dilakukan tidak hanya akan berakhir sia-sia tetapi akan berbuah suatu hal yang luar biasa. :')

    25. Andrew on said:

      I love the little details in this manga. Hiramaru's otter pajamas are genius. I want otter pajamas. Of course, the real fun is in the mirroring of the manga itself with the plans the boys make for next series.

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