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Jiga Kirishima lives in a time where the only sky the people know is the color gray and most of the world is wasteland and ruins, with a few people in power depriving resources from the disorganized weak and poor majority. With his father's sword, Jiga makes friends and enemies and goes on adventures while searching for others who share his bloodline.

Jiga's sword happens to be made of a rare material which a powerful organization known as Lost Eagle Nest claims to want in order to rebuild the world, but is that what they really want it for? They'll stop at nothing to take it from him, and Jiga and his friends now have a price on their heads.


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Triple Fire

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c.12 (end) by Xamayon (1744d ago)
c.11 by Xamayon (1746d ago)
c.10 by Xamayon (1748d ago)
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2 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 7.4 / 10.0 (218 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.32 / 10.0
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September 12th 2015, 12:46pm PST



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JC.COM (Shueisha)

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Weekly Pos #892 increased(+305)
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3 Month Pos #2732 increased(+459)
6 Month Pos #3652 decreased(-317)

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On 740 reading lists
On 391 wish lists
On 904 completed lists
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Stay away from this one.   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by panos
March 22nd, 2011, 11:52am
I am still searching from a plot-driven story from this author.Sure, everybody knows that SATOU Shouji can draw either hentai or normal series with a distinct artwork, but he should think the plot a little more.This manga was going well until the last 2 chapters where i regretted having read it in the first place.It's like the protagonist forgot what where his main 2 objectives in the beginning!A lot of series have been axed but at least their mangaka have tried to make a better ending.He clearly didn't bother at all.Only for the fan service...
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I liked it   
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by devioustrevor
February 16th, 2011, 7:36pm
I read that it is only going to be 12 chapters because the magazine it's published in is going out of business. The same place I read that stated the mangaka may continue the story in another publication. I hope so, there are still a lot of boobies to be seen and baddies to be slaughtered.
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by dangreg
February 16th, 2011, 4:12pm
LoL, its just ended with chapter 12. I am sad, it wasnt something what you could call the best, and it has many flaws but it was pretty enjoyable. I recomend it, if you wannt to see lot of tits and some action. But the plot was too complex in some part.
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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Neratin
January 2nd, 2011, 4:28am
I just love this manga, the plot is anything but serious(well the characters make it that way with their light minded "we can solve everything with violence and uber hentai traits" thing), but enough to have you hung up on it.
The art is just beautiful.
The world created is interesting.
The characters are likable, given the number of chapters, are well drawn and deep. Just after 2 chapters you feel that you know them well.

Great manga!

... Last updated on January 2nd, 2011, 4:29am
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Shouji Sato's take on classic shounen series   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by gringe
May 1st, 2010, 10:56am
As the subject says, this series is intended to pay homage to the series that Shouji Sato probably enjoyed when he was younger. In fact the advertising for the series focuses on this aspect, with the quote "Love, Adventure, Danger... Everything I need to know about these things I learned from comics!" You have many of the old cliches, including an easily excitable gluttonous hero with a heart of gold, a stupidly powerful villain who's part of a bigger organization and has a sexy sidekick, and a post nuclear holocaust world. But as you'd expect, Shouji brings to the table all the stuff he's known for--ridiculously detailed art for weapons and vehicles, his distinctive character art, and of course, giant boobs and loads of fanservice. It makes for a kind of surreal experience, but it's definitely enjoyable if you approach it correctly.

The atmosphere of the series is quite a departure from his other series; unlike the mostly serious and extremely gory nature of Highschool of the Dead and Triage X, FFF is mostly lighthearted and doesn't have very graphic violence. There's some sexual content here, with a fair amount of implied sex that isn't actually shown, and that's one of the things that makes the series kind of surreal. For one thing, there's a character who tends to kill people by uh... having sex too hard, I guess, and there's some surprisingly dark humor related to sex that's actually quite funny.

The action scenes are thought out well and flow nicely, and the gags are actually pretty funny much of the time, unlike the mostly unfunny humor in HotD and TX. Despite the fact that this was published bimonthly, the pacing here is actually much better than either HotD or TX (which both suffer in this regard), with arcs wrapping up quickly and the characters moving from one place to the next without too much dialogue to sidetrack the story.

Shouji Sato said that his editors let him write basically whatever he wanted for this series, and it shows. It's over-the-top and can be a little strange, but if you bear with it, then you should find a solid series with a lot of familiar ideas executed very well. The only real "flaw" I see in the series is its ending, which leaves quite a few loose ends open, but the author has said he wants to continue it, so who knows, it may just get a proper ending one day.

... Last updated on December 14th, 2010, 3:13pm
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