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eBook Dance Till Tomorrow (Vol. 3) ePub

by Naoki Yamamoto

  • ISBN: 1569314713
  • Category: Manga
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Naoki Yamamoto
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (February 2000)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1470 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1252 kb
  • Other: docx mbr lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 885

Description

Dance Till Tomorrow, Vol. 3 book. A kooky, racy romantic comedy, Dance Till Tomorrow relates the misadventures of Suekichi, a college underachiever who only has to graduate (and get married) to inherit a fortune.

Dance Till Tomorrow, Vol. In this volume, permanently addled Suekichi develops a new crush, with bothersome consequences.

Dance Till Tomorrow is about a young man who comes into some money (though its not as simple as that), runs into a. .

Dance Till Tomorrow is about a young man who comes into some money (though its not as simple as that), runs into a free-spirited young women who takes an interest in him (though its not as simple as that), and then has a series of small adventures while dealing with both the money and the girl (though its not as simple a. A far cry from your typical fairytale wishy-washy romantic-comedies, Naoki Yamamoto's "Dance Till Tomorrow" is a contemporary contentious series that defies the genre. The story revolves around college student, Suekichi Teryama and his struggle to survive in modern Tokyo.

Adapted from the Japanese by Annette Roman; translation by Ben Joe Wadoko.

Select Format: Paperback. Adapted from the Japanese by Annette Roman; translation by Ben Joe Wadoko. ISBN13: 9781591160045.

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Dance till Tomorrow is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoki Yamamoto

Dance till Tomorrow is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoki Yamamoto. It is a romantic comedy which details the life of Suekichi Terayama, a student who will inherit a fortune when he graduates from college and gets married with unexpected complications from a mysterious girl, Aya Hibino. The manga was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits magazine from 1989 to 1990.

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A kooky, racy romantic comedy, Dance Till Tomorrow relates the misadventures of Suekichi, a college underachiever who only has to graduate (and get married) to inherit a fortune. In this volume, permanently addled Suekichi develops a new crush, with bothersome consequences.

Comments

Wanenai Wanenai
If you can find all the volumes in this series, buy them. This is a great manga series for adults, and nothing like most manga you find for sale. I think this is the only series of the mangaka's that's been published in English; all of his books are provocative and have interesting, unusual perspectives. Dance Till Tomorrow is about a young man who comes into some money (though its not as simple as that), runs into a free-spirited young women who takes an interest in him (though its not as simple as that), and then has a series of small adventures while dealing with both the money and the girl (though its not as simple as that, and much more interesting than my description).
Risky Strong Dromedary Risky Strong Dromedary
Sweet, funny, Heartbreaking, hilarious, absurd, tender, humane and of course, erotic. One of my favourite comics ever, among Nausiaä, watchmen, Persepolis, 100%, Akira...
showtime showtime
A far cry from your typical fairytale wishy-washy romantic-comedies, Naoki Yamamoto's "Dance Till Tomorrow" is a contemporary contentious series that defies the genre. The story revolves around college student, Suekichi Teryama and his struggle to survive in modern Tokyo. Upon the passing of his grandfather, Suekichi is informed he will inherit $4.5 million dollars, under the condition that he graduates college and gets married. The morning after his grandfather's funeral, Suekichi wakes up in the arms of a beautiful mysterious stranger named, Aya. A twisted relationship of love, betrayal, and sin would soon ensue. "Dance Till Tomorrow" is a series that explores the emotional foundation of the human psyche in a comedic manner. It shows the complexities of human relationships and challenges us to distinguish the difference between love and lust. Yamamoto's story is humorous yet serious, straightforward but mysterious, touching yet sexual. It is a story that breaks away from the conventional and shows its readers the ugly side of love and life.
Fordg Fordg
This book is all about a young college boy who's suddenly came across MILLIONS! But the strict condition of striking it rich is that he better not touch a single dollar bill until he at least graduates from the college and gets a wife. And along comes a very mysterious con artist in the form of a sleek young sexpot to cattily manuipulate and guilt the poor kid into giving in - though he VERY STUBBORNLY refuses to despite the actual sexual scenes which are very titillating indeed as well as home-cooked dinners (which the girl obviously isn't as good at). In addition, the young hero's got a role with a play he's rehearsing and he happens to be IN LOVE with a much older but nevetheless pretty young woman in charge of the whole setup. And what really tangles things up is the sudden involvement of the scar-faced gangsters at the play that the young "harlot" had secretly invited along! Though this stuff is supposed to be from "Pulp", a special new manga for the mature audience, the characters themselves seem to be forever in their pubescent stage as in virtually all the other cartoons from Japan, both hand-drawn and animated.
Jothris Jothris
Dance Till Tomorrow is an excellent manga series. The humor is adult natured, but is not the typical romantic-comedy that is prevelant in much manga. The main characters are flawed, complex, and often don't even know what they want themselves. I find that a nice change and fairly realistic. The art is high-quality with little use of filler or stock images.

Fans of manga like Ranma and Ah My Goddess will find the humor to be a little more adult and the characters more complex.
Best West Best West
Without a doubt, Dance Till Tomorrow is an essential manga for the mature and discriminating reader. The story is complex, funny, and sexy all at the same time. Best of all, it portrays realistic characters in realistic situations. While it is not a kids title, all the sexy situations are very tastefully done and unless you have some real problem with sex, you'll have no problems with this title. So go ahead and read it, you won't be disappointed!