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by Maki Murakami

eBook Kanpai! Volume 1 (Kimi No Unaji Ni Kanpai!) download ISBN: 1595323171
Author: Maki Murakami
Publisher: TokyoPop (September 13, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1414 kb
Fb2: 1207 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

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Kanpai!, or Kimi no Unaji ni Kanpai!, is a Japanese manga by Maki Murakami. Originally published by Sony Magazines, its two volumes were published in English by Tokyopop. Although Kanpai! is the title officially acknowledged by Tokyopop and used on the covers and the Tokyopop title page (as opposed to the original title page by Murakami, which is also used), only kimi no unaji ni kanpai! is used in the book itself in all other instances.

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Kanpai! AuthorMurakami Maki. From ANN: What with humans killing, exorcising, and otherwise getting rid of them all the time, monsters and demons have become endangered species. Someone has to look out for them, and that's what Yamada Shintarou is training to do- he's going to become a monster guardian.

Kanpai! Rank: 55849th, it has 5 monthly, 230 total views. Authors: Murakami maki. Genres: Manga, Seinen, Comedy, Supernatural. Summary: From ANN: What with humans killing, exorcising, and otherwise getting rid of them all the time, monsters and demons have become endangered species.

From ANN: What with humans killing, exorcising, and otherwise getting rid of them all the time, monsters and demons have become endangered species

From ANN: What with humans killing, exorcising, and otherwise getting rid of them all the time, monsters and demons have become endangered species. Someone has to look out for them, and that’s what Yamada Shintarou is training to do- he’s going to become a monster guardian. Armed with a two-by-four and a talking rabbit, he goes out to fight the demon hunters, hoping to defeat enough of them to get his monster guardian license.

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When Yamada Shintaro trains to become a monster guardian, a protector of the monster community from any human harm and from exorcists, he enrolls in a Japanese school as part of his training and falls in love with Nao Arisaka's neckline.
Comments: (4)
Garne
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Gorisar
I have to say that Kanpai! is the weirdest manga I've ever found myself enjoying. Yamada Shitarou is a new student at Taino Middle School and he seems a little peculiar when he's introduced to the class. He fits the description of a boy that was seen leaving a murder scene with a wooden stick the night before. What makes the comparison even more striking is that Yamada is covered in blood and carrying a stick! When the class brings this up, their teacher takes out a large kitchen knife and proceeds to slices through the head of a student, down through his throat, and through his arm pit! All in a demonstration that they are overreacting to the sight of blood! I told you it was weird. But don't get me wrong, this is a comedy! Soon after that incident, Yamada falls in love with Nao, the queen of snobs, or more precisely, he falls in love with the nape of her neck. Taino is no ordinary school. It looks to be crawling with all kinds of supernatural activity. Yamada is a "monster guardian", or at least he's trying to earn his temporary license by protecting monsters from "exorcists" like his classmate Sakurai (who by the way wants to kill Yamada). And who's that creepy stalking ghost hanging around Nao? A possible rival for her nape?

As you can tell from the plot, Kanpai is a little wacky. It takes over-the-top to a new level. While things get a little gory, it's all in good fun and borders on the absurd. It makes you wonder where Yamada developed his nape fetish. It's kinda hard to sympathize with his job, since the monsters seem to feed on humans. They go with the lame excuse that noone has ever told them it was wrong! Looks like a funny and interesting series.
Kifer
This is the latest series by Maki Murakami, the author of the ever fabulous Gravitation. For those of you who read Gravi, do you remember back in the early volumes she used to have clippets of her other manga in the back? If you do, look back to vol. 4, because this is the story from the back. Redone just a little bit, though. Murakami's drawing style evolved during Gravitation, and this is with her recent drawing style, not her old drawing style like was in the back of the book. The story has been re-written a bit, but I think for the better. In the original version, Shintaro jumps into the whole vampire thing way too quickly, leaving a rushed feeling. Murakami has learned the art of patience, but only just. The chaos from Gravitation carries over into this new series. The entire middle of the book is so chaotic, I would recomend rereading it after you finish so you can figure out what happened. If you liked Yuki or K-san from Gravi, you'll love Ken Ken, who looks like a mixture between Yuki and K. On to the story, though.

Shintaro has just come to Japan from South America. He's a monster gaurdian. Monsters are almost wiped out because people keep killing them (they can't help being scary looking!). Shintaro is armed with a talking rabbit, Ponta-san, and a squared off timber. It's his job to save the monsters from the exercists, so he can get his liscense. The popular and beautiful Nao is frightened by Shintaro's appearance (he appears at school covered in blood), and has him arrested. Shintaro, however, has become rather attatched to Nao, or the nape of her neck, anyway. The monsters he saves have a tendency to transfer into the same class as Shintaro, creating more chaos. But are all their powers combined enough to stop an exercist in 7th grade? One panda talisman from this creepy little girl, and upper level monsters are immediatley killed, and Shintaro is still in training! Good thing his ridiculously good looking father is around to help. ^_^

Anyway, not as good as Gravi, but really good nonetheless.
Hbr
I'm 14 years old, and an avid manga fanatic. I borrowed this book from my friend a while ago. Reading the description, I didn't think it would be that great of a series, but after reading it, I fell in love with it. The storyline is funny, although sometimes dramatic. Yamada is an interesting character, and usually provides some laugh-out-loud moments. Such as, during an arguement with Nao-chan, he proposes to the back of her neck!! I would actually give this 4.5 stars, but since Amazon only has whole stars, I went with 4. Oh, and just a note, this book is not for those who don't like reading about blood, seeing as there are some rather...violent scenes involved.