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Izumo Kunisaki, a descendant of Izumo no Okuni, is often mistaken for a girl. It is the bane of his existence. His father and best-friend often laugh about it. To top it off, he plays the girl roles in his family's Kabuki troupe. In this short, he discovers that that curse is also his greatest source of strength and will prove just how much of a man he is.
Кунисаки Изумо 国崎出云的事情 国崎出云轶事 國崎出雲の事情 คาบูกิแมน สวยแกร่งแฟนเกินร้อย An Untold Fact about Izumo Kunisaki The Circumstances of Izumo Kunisaki
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Lots of Fun!
I read the oneshot, and it was great. It had a wonderful mix of action and comedy! I'm very glad that it has become a series now.. There is a major difference between the series and the oneshot, but I personally think that the series is still great. It has a lot of potential, so hopefully it is able to stay in Shounen Sunday for a while. (Oh, did I mention that it is hilarious?)
... Last updated on February 17th, 2010, 2:43pm
Pretty good oneshot!
This was a very interesting oneshot. I really liked it because it had a VERY well-balanced mix of action, drama and comedy. For how short this was the mangaka did a great job of creating characters without trying to overload you with details or cause you to feel like the characters are empty and fake. This was a very enjoyable oneshot and I'm hoping that the mangaka decides to turn this into a full on series, because I'd DEFINITELY read it. 10/10.
Read this oneshot out of curiousity, and I'll admit, this one is quite unique, especially the plot.
The characters are pretty dynamic, it has some good humors and the actions in it were simply good.
A shame that it's just a oneshot, but then again, most series do tend to start off like that, and I hope that sometimes in the future, this could be a full-fledge series on its own in Shonen Sunday.
UPDATE: Looks like I was right about it becoming a series after all.
Just read the first chapter from this series; it started off differently than before, but other than that, this is turning alright so far. The main character seems to retain some of his personality from the one-shot, but some new ones present in this series, but I'm fine with that.
Hopefully, this last a long while during its stay at Shonen Sunday.