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Blazing Transfer Student

Alt titles: Honoo no Tenkousei

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Takisawa Noboru is the new "blazing transfer student" at Honjakuniku High School -- an educational institution where matters are settled by the only logical thing: fighting! With his first 5 minutes marred by an unpleasant encounter with hall monitor Jonoichi Yukari, Noboru knows he's off to a bad start; but things only get worse from there! To win the heart of the fair maiden Takamura Yukari, Noboru must battle the resident badass of the school, Mushicho Ibuki, before Ibuki wins her as a trophy in the arena!

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Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Honoo no Tenkousei 1983 TBD
Name Role
Yuji MORIYAMA Character Design
Katsuhiko NISHIJIMA Director
Kazuhiko SHIMAMOTO Original Manga Creator

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Official Editorial Reviews

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Blazing Transfer Student VivisQueen 6/10 Oct 15, 2010
Honoo no Tenkousei VivisQueen 6/10 Oct 15, 2010

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