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Mr. Fullswing

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Shinya SUZUKI Artist
Shinya SUZUKI Author

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SPORTS Fated 25 Jan 30, 2011
Wolfein read Mr. Fullswing at 24 of 24 volumes
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To put it simply - Mr. Fullswing is refreshed, baseball version of Slam Dunk. Both are comedy sports mangas, with arrogant main character. The protagonist decides to join a sport club, since he have fallen in love with manager. Even though he knows nothing about the sport, his raw power makes him potentially a great player.

While Mr.Fullswing sometimes have too many gags (to a point, that it gets tiresome ) both mangas are amusing sport stories. If you like one, you should give the other one a try too.