Bakuman. – 05

「夏とネーム 」 (Natsu to Nemu)
“Summer and Name”

I admit it. I love Bakuman. Not only for the great story, or the detail they put into it when they talk about mangka things. I love it because of how they make it feel real. I don’t know about you, but I’ve attempted to do the fusion dance multiple times with my best friend. I shortly followed up with getting super mad at him when he didn’t say the words right and messed up on his form. Who wants to end up being a fatty when they fuse together!?

Bakuman. – 03

「親と子」 (Oya to Ko)
“Parents and Children”

Some people think Bakuman is basically an anime based on two guys trying to make it big by becoming mangaka. Some people think that such a premise would make for a really boring anime. I am here to tell you today that Bakuman is a lot more then just “about mangaka” but something that is pretty darn amazing.

Bakuman. – 01

「夢と現実」 (Dreams and Reality)
From the writers of the Death Note manga, Ohba Tsugumi and Obata Takeshi, comes Bakuman, an anime about two students who try to hit it big as mangaka. Produced by J.C. Staff, Bakuman shines not in animation quality, but how the characters interact with each other and how the little things in life are emphasized.