Jay is the student president of Sunny high. He is not just a smart student but an extreme biker with high techniques. As you follow his bike, you will meet his friends, love, and adventures.
Wind Breaker is an impassioned take on cycling and connections between people that it can lead to. The plot of Wind Breaker follows a highschooler and avid cyclist named Jay. Throughout the series Jay makes friends and encounters some crazy situations, all thanks to his passion for cycling. I don't want to spoil anything that actually goes down in the story, this is a general rundown of the starting premise for Wind Breaker. Art plays a surprisingly relevant role in Wind Breaker, especially in keeping the 'feel' of the series fresh and trendy. I'd argue that this is in large thanks due to the character designs. Characters in Wind Breaker simply look different from each other, serving to give them each a sense of individuality, whether in the form of hair style or clothing, it is certainly effective. The characters.. are awesome! Seriously, the characters just about make this series what it is. Perhaps my favorite aspect about the characters are that they're so realistic, yet they're not a generic cut-out. Am I enjoying Wind Breaker? (At the time of writing this review it's ongoing) heck yeah I am, and i'm sure that you will to. This series is a bunch of fun, even at its most serious. Give it a try.
Wind Breaker is a webtoon that is really interesting and extremely good. At first, the art isn't so good, and that's probably why people don't read it, but later on, the art gets better. So don't be a wimp and read the English version on Line Webtoon, and the Korean version on Naver Webtoon (links on the bottom)! I swear if you don't read right now you will die early!!!! jk English: https://www.webtoons.com/en/sports/wind-breaker/list?title_no=372 Korean: https://comic.naver.com/webtoon/list.nhn?titleId=602910
I cannot recommend this story enough. Do you know what kind of mastermind you have to be in order to create a story with this much depth and care? Not a single detail goes unnoticed in this comic, and every chapter leaves you wanting more. Anything really. Anything please. This started off as a cool edgy lil comic about street racing- bike racing actually, and it taught me a lot along the way. From terminology to bike parts, to basic road manners. But I never felt like I was being lectured to, the characters did such a wonderful job of sharing this knowledge that it never felt forced. And the characters!! Oh my gosh they're amazingly well written. I don't think I've ever seen an ensemble cast handled with this much depth and complexity. Each character has a purpose, a story, a life outside of the confines of the main plotline that it really does feel like I'm reading a slice of life. I'm in love with Shelly's character, and Mina's, and I love how strong the women in this comic are. They're allowed to be feminine and confident, because that's how women really are. And their strengths are all portrayed differently. Some are outwardly strong and you can feel it radiating off of them from across the room, while others are quieter. Please give this comic a chance, I know it's long but it is so so worth it!! Song rec: for part 1, "Staring at the Sun" by Post Malone for part 2, "Wishing Well" by Juice WRLD
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