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D-ASH  
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Description
D-ASH is a drama about a track-and-field star who has been in love with a disabled girl since childhood.

From Anime Waves:
Tsukasa, Tajima, Katsu, and newcomer Sae, were all members of the Hentai ShonenDai (Perverted Boy's club) at the tender age of 11. But as they grow older, how will each of their lives change? Will they grow apart, or stay true to the (perverted) passions they shared as kids. D-ASH is a story about the adventures these boys will have trying to grow up as fast as they can, being as naughty as possible all the while.

Type
Manga

Related Series
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Associated Names
爱情未成年
대시
D‐ASH ダッシュ
Dash (KITAZAWA Miya)

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Latest Release(s)
v.5 c.54 (end) by Anime Waves (2519d ago)
v.5 c.53 by Anime Waves (2541d ago)
v.5 c.52 by Anime Waves (2560d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
5 Volumes (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

Anime Start/End Chapter
N/A

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D-ASH by Master_M2K
D-ASH by genre001

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User Rating
Average: 8 / 10.0 (445 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.92 / 10.0
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Last Updated
October 18th 2014, 1:19am PST

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Year
1997

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Serialized In (magazine)
Big Comic Spirits (Shogakukan)

Licensed (in English)
No

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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #826 increased(+160)
Monthly Pos #1598 increased(+166)
3 Month Pos #2207 decreased(-22)
6 Month Pos #2263 decreased(-46)

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On 337 reading lists
On 497 wish lists
On 1156 completed lists
On 54 unfinished lists
On 155 custom lists

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This isn't something that would sit well with feminists   
Rating: N/A
by intemango
September 19th, 2011, 10:39am
And of course it wouldn't. We're in a world where promiscuous men are envied and loose women are despised, easily explained by the lesser burden on a man in the act of reproduction. Certainly the girl being forgiving and supportive is an (incredibly) ideal woman from a man's perspective, a feminist is (obviously) likely to think she is stupid. Well at least now I understand the ratings.
But sex aside, this is one of the rare series that has managed to touch a close chord with me. It's not just about track and field, if you've ever been in an international tournament in your life, you'll know all about the inferiority complex, desperate longing, painful realizations and depression that entail once you fail to meet the expectations put upon you.
But the manga doesn't just stop at that. If I have to put it poetically, at some point, reality ended and a reverie began. And it was a beautiful one.
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Well balanced   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by kennyqua
September 4th, 2011, 2:26pm
I really liked the story. Even though it included cliché parts where i was afraid it was going to become a shoujo drama it stayed on track and it felt really original at the same time. Like some others say it reminds me a little bit of suzuka, but the story is really different. I really enjoyed reading this. There are some manga where they overcomplicate things and an incident can take volumes to cover but D-ASH really cuts in to the bone in some of those scenes, which I personally think is a nice breather from the homogene mainstream manga.
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Please read this, if you like Ichigo 100%   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Cruz
February 14th, 2011, 11:45am
Guys, i think i am really in love with this manga, especially Sae, she reminds littile bit of Aya Toujou and Nishino Tsukasa, my most favorites girls in manga, though i dont know exactly what is the resemblance between them.
Please read this, i beg you, and you'll find the answer why am i asking you
Fucking loveing this manga!
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good seinen drama   
Rating: N/A
by kumar
August 13th, 2010, 9:35am
The strengths of this manga are truly the various characters and their development to proper adults.
They all behave realistic and reasonable, you can hate and criticize them but that's just the cruel reality.
But I am a bit disappointed, at how the story progresses halfway through …
However, if you want to read a fast-paced drama manga, with good romance (strict to the point and without the typical cliché’s) and a solid sports-mix, just give it a try! You will not regret it.

Just one Question for the guys who already read this manga:
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Did they just changed their childhood-promise from “if we are adults, lets date!”, to “when we are adults and meet again, lets fuck!?”. Was it a bad translation, or did I just get it wrong? Or they just wanted to do it? Please sent me a pm! I'm really curious about this :O


... Last updated on August 14th, 2010, 1:35pm
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Amazing   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Daxisheart
July 21st, 2010, 1:47pm
IT IS AMAZING.

What's wrong with a homosexual scene? Good stories cannot have homosexual characters or a homosexual scene or people doing drugs? What?

You try promising to wait ten years to have sex with someone you've known for a couple days. What, the main character was not supposed to sleep around or something or what?
Not only that, he's not a fucking wimp like every single other romance/sports manga character. Sure, ego huge as crap, but he actually backs it up.

The female character is so fucking refreshing. She's not annoying, she's not stupid, dumb, or etc. She has strength but can cry, she has insecurities that she voices, she knows what to do, she's scared but faces her fears.

Other characters are nice and memoriable. I wish there was an extra bit to show a bit more of a conclusion, but what they had so far was amazing.
Overall, definitively good characterization.

Art is so cool. The last page was so damn cute. I know no problem with this crap.

I enjoyed reading it, I seriously did. I don't see the problem. A mature manga, yes. Amazing. Shit, I loved it.
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the worst   
Rating: 2.0 / 10.0
by Kaori9
July 8th, 2010, 1:05am
I hated this so much, that if I had a copy of it I would burn it to ashes. there was only one thing I liked about this serie and that was Miki.
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His dead was really epic.

But other characters were a pain. And the art wasn´t enjoyable. If there are two mangaka´s, you would rather not see a page, where you can find 4 times ctrl+c, ctrl+v. and I found it. yeah!
The guy was a jerk, his women were brainless and horny, and the girl was boring. Nothing special.
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another "Suzuka" type...   
Rating: 9.4 / 10.0
by genre001
April 3rd, 2010, 10:51am
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only this time, the rival died...
but thinking about it, the story, though it has the ecchi stuff, but it has the romance and plot that a very good manga should have. the ecchi is just for decoration, but the never ending love between Sae and Tsukasa has a deeper story within that captivates ones heart. I never though of finding a Suzuka type/quality of manga again, but here it is. though the story is only 5 volumes, but it is fully-packed with excitement. its like reading a sidney sheldon novel.
hope that there's a part II for this.
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Stop hating tsukasa   
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by John21
March 24th, 2010, 12:09am
I agree with the comment below. D-ASH just doesn't deserve all this hate. People say that they hated him for sleeping around while sae wasn't there. That is reality. He is not just gona wat for her twiddling his thumbs for something that might never happen. It is not guarenteed that he will meet her. He is trying to move on and concentrate on other things. Geez its better than the typical cliche wimp that we see such as in suzuka where the guy just cries and waits endlessly for his love who treats him cruelly at the beginning. I would prefer this kind of character to that wimpy loser anyway. Anyways after Sae comes back, he stops all that and even refuses to have sexual relationships after hearing that Sae has a fiancee and is going to sleep with him. That just shows that he is a solid character who is quite realistic. If people can move past the point, they will see after their reunion how much tsukasa changes. He gives up so much and teasures her so yea I disagree with all the people bashing Tsukasa. Anyways this manga is worth your read, it has some good romance, interesting characters and even some politics. The art is average.

... Last updated on March 24th, 2010, 12:10am
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Give it a try...   
Rating: N/A
by drolemil
January 14th, 2010, 5:11pm
D-ASH doesn't deserve this much hate. It's a story about growing up and remembering the past, displayed through a guy who can run fast and loves to do so. The first two volumes can really throw people off, but the direction of the plot changes in volume three, so don't worry.

Most people are brats when they are teenagers, the protagonist is no exception. He develops, so be patient.
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Meh...   
Rating: 2.0 / 10.0
by KLGChaos
September 21st, 2009, 5:16pm
17 chapters in and not too impressed. I really can't stand the main character. He really is the worst type of human being-- arrogant, sleeps around with like 100 women by the time he's 20, says he loves a girl, but doesn't really do much. Right now, I'm just hoping that when they do meet again, she just castrates him.

It gets worse as I get into it. She just accepts whatever he did like it was nothing. Plus, the guy is such a jerk who's so full of himself. Sleeps with her and says he'll forget everything.. yah, forget all his feelings just to get a piece. I'm done with the manga now.

... Last updated on September 21st, 2009, 5:56pm
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