After the sudden death of his wife and child, John Harding spirals into despair. Deprived of his motivation to live, his attempt at suicide is unexpectedly interrupted by the arrival of a friend who wants him to coach the town's Little League team. Can John restore meaning to his life?
Juuni Banme no Tenshi isn't your typical sports manga. Its starts off a little slow, but gets clear in no time! ~ Story ~ The story started off a little slow, but picks up momentum over time. For a five chapter manga it does a good job of storytelling. The story was pretty predictable, but there were some moments in the manga that I would have never guessed would have happened. However, the story did a... read more
Warning this review contains spoilers- You know a manga is good emotionally when even though the ending was predictable you still felt sad at the end. Well this is one manga that manage to keep this emotional idea in a secure place despite being really predictable, but it was a good short manga. Plus it has sports (which does end up being a minor element of the manga). STORY The story is predictable... read more