Yowamushi Pedal Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Volume 1

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Yowamushi Pedal Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Volume 1

Yowamushi Pedal Omnibus in Edition Volume For the love of all things otaku anime video games figures you name it power pedaling Sakamichi Onoda has long been conquering the steepest slopes and regularly making the ninety kilometer round tr

  • Title: Yowamushi Pedal Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Volume 1
  • Author: Wataru Watanabe
  • ISBN: 9780316309523
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • For the love of all things otaku anime, video games, figures, you name it power pedaling Sakamichi Onoda has long been conquering the steepest slopes and regularly making the ninety kilometer round trip to Akihabara on a granny bike But when his bike commute to his new high school lands him in a confrontation with the serious first year road racer Imaizumi, Onoda hasFor the love of all things otaku anime, video games, figures, you name it power pedaling Sakamichi Onoda has long been conquering the steepest slopes and regularly making the ninety kilometer round trip to Akihabara on a granny bike But when his bike commute to his new high school lands him in a confrontation with the serious first year road racer Imaizumi, Onoda has a major showdown on his hands Can this meek geek really out pedal the future ace of the school road racing team

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    One thought on “Yowamushi Pedal Omnibus (2-in-1 Edition), Volume 1

    1. Guguk on said:

      18 Jun 2017 :Untuk volume 1 dulu (*´▽`*)Gambar : bagus ^ ^ terlihat 'berserat' kayak sketsa tapi semuanya jelas dan bisa dipahami gerakannya (^-^o)Yang bikin kesal, entah gimana keseluruhan Bab.2 (atau vol.2 di tanko-nya) itu kegeser satu halaman. Dan karena banyak gambar yang gabung dua halaman sekaligus, otomatis semua gambar yang seharusnya nyambung jadi kepotong. Terpisah halamannya! (`皿´#)Cerita : Seru-seruan standard komik olahraga yang ga pernah gagal memikat hati! ❤Pembahasan s [...]

    2. Tsaki on said:

      Pernah baca online secara gratisan tapi ngerasa wajib punya! #yha

    3. Evelyn on said:

      Sports manga are so heartwarming. But this one is especially relatable because the main character is an otaku. He reminds me of myself and how it feels to be an introverted nerd. And after reading this I want to go ride a bike like I used to when I was a kid.This omnibus contains volumes 1-2.

    4. Marianna Rainolter on said:

      Vi presento la mia guilty pleausure degli ultimi mesi. Ho iniziato online la lettura di Yowamushi Pedal per soddisfare una mia curiosità, visto che ho scoperto molto casualmente una canzone legata all'anime e ho voluto scoprirne di più. Da lì sono scesa nel baratro e non penso di uscirne. Il protagonista è Sakamichi Onoda ed è un otaku della peggiore specie: per risparmiare soldi dell'autobus va in bicicletta fino ad Akihabara (il quartiere di Tokyo famoso per i suoi negozi di elettronica e [...]

    5. Steven S on said:

      Dari awal cerita si Onoda udah jadi karakter kesayangan Lucu banget desain karakternya.Aku kepengen baca ini gara-gara ada balap sepeda di Ambon, november kemarin.Dari sana aku jadi tertarik dengan dunia cycling. Keren deh, di komik ini A-Z soal dunia balap sepeda dikenalin ke pembaca. Nggak njelimet dan tetap sederhana untuk diikuti. Nggak kayak Haikyū!! yang masuk volume 2 nggak gereget. (Ok ini subjektif banget)Seru!!

    6. Amy on said:

      I've only recently been introduced to Manga and Anime by my daughter who kindly lends me the books she thinks I will enjoy. I find the art style a bit distracting in the "action" segments, however I do enjoy the way Manga artists develop characters and story lines. These translate well to the relevant Anime series.I'll read some more, once they are available in the "lending library".

    7. Hana Eka on said:

      Cerita bagus dengan tema olahraga memang harus memberi semangat!!Oh, ya. Gaya gambar antara niat dengan tidak niat *plak *bukan. Itu mah ciri khas Watanabe sensei saja xD9

    8. Christina on said:

      Pleasantly surprised by this manga. I didn't think it would be something I'd like, and figured I'd read a few pages, prove myself right, and move on to something else. All I knew was it was a manga series about bicycling, with a male protagonist. Most manga I've read that focuses on a male protagonist (usually targeted at teen boys) are either full of incomprehensible battle scenes, or portray women as sex objects (not unlike the American comics that inspired this genre). I figured this would be [...]

    9. Ruth on said:

      Initially introduced to Yowamushi Pedal via the anime as it was simulcast on Crunchyroll, I had high expectations for the Yen Press release of the manga, and it has not disappointed. While some series do not transition well into omnibus editions (I'm looking at you, Attack on Titan: Junior High), for YowaPeda it's a perfect fit. Each chapter feeds naturally into the next, building up anticipation that doesn't subside throughout the entire volume. Carefully spaced introductions of new characters [...]

    10. Damien Ark on said:

      Sports manga has been a big thing in Japan for a while, but it has seemed to go completely unnoticed for the US audience. I'm glad that manga like Yowamushi and Haikyuu are finally getting an English publication and maybe, just maybe, Big Windup could be one of those in the future. I'm not so sure how the audience around here will react to it, but I've been a big fan of these series since the moment they were released.Vol 1 of YP is beautifully printed and gifted as two volumes in one. I'm a big [...]

    11. Arnela on said:

      I love sports manga, I find them pretty fun. I have a good time and I learn a lot of pretty neat things about the sport.I was really curious about this one since cycling is a big thing in Europe and in areas of Japan, and I really wanted to see how they sort of "hype" this sport up, yanno make it an interesting aspect of the entire story. It's like you build the plot around the bike, which can be difficult and more often than not those types of stories sometimes fail.The characters, as much as w [...]

    12. P. on said:

      It is just fun to see this kid impress snobs with his mommy bike. And there is no real "enemy" just competition and love of bikes.

    13. Selena on said:

      Nerd on a bike.Count me in.Yowamushi Pedal is about a nerdy kid who is a natural on a bike. His nerd-dom takes him on a 90km biking trip to Akihabara every week. He doesn't realize he's that good on a bike until another first year takes notice and challenges him to a race. Now he keeps running into more and more people who teach him more and more about bicycle racing. All he wanted was to revive an anime club; now he's become a racer.It's fun to see an introverted nerd come out of his shell, and [...]

    14. Devin (Mostly Manga) on said:

      I read the first two volumes of this (two omnibuses, four volumes total), so that's how much this review will cover.Sakamichi Onoda is an anime and manga loving nerd to the very bone. Like most nerds, Onoda is not the athletic type and actually doesn't like athletes themselves. But what does Onoda do when he has a hidden talent for the sport of bicycling? I really like the theme of "loser becomes a sports superstar", because it really sends a message that everyone has a hidden talent for somethi [...]

    15. Simon Wigzell on said:

      4 stars as a sports manga. I.e. successful in being great fun to read, good character interactions, and in general sympathetic persons. Plenty of feelgood mood, in other words.Not for those who desire unique angles and ideas; it is very much by-the-numbers, but those can be bad or good, and this one is definitely the later.Also, props for the 2-in-1 format. This is something where you want to read a good chunk in one sitting, seeing as in true sports manga fashion, a single sports event can take [...]

    16. James Jr. on said:

      I'm not personally into cycling, where I live there are very few places to cycle and if you do go to one then you will be mountain biking or on trailer (there is no option to ride a bike to work). I felt at first that I would feel left out, but I bought it knowing that it was about cycling. This manga is smart because it draws you in with otaku imagery and references and then introduces you gently to the world of cycling. It is informative without directly feeling like it is teaching you. The ch [...]

    17. Kathleen on said:

      A great sports manga with a non-sporty lead! I mean, it has all the hallmarks of a sports title: a protagonist with hidden power and great tenacity, more experienced rivals, helpful friends and mentors, lots of enthusiasm, action, and pulse-pounding "Just a little more!" moments. The difference here is the hero: He'd really rather be in the anime club. So you get geeking out in multiple directions: one way, you have bike terms and paraphernalia flying around, and on the other hand, you have coll [...]

    18. Rebecca on said:

      I never expected to enjoy this so much. Watanabe's art style took some getting used to, but the pacing of the book (in that it takes Onoda the entire omnibus to decide whether or not to join the cycling club) makes it feel more realistic than other similar shounen series. Don't just write this one off as "fujoshi fodder" or "bicycling stuff;" there seems to be a good underlying story here.Longer review will eventually appear on The Anime News Network.

    19. Julie on said:

      I'm not really a sports person. This is an understatement; I didn't even have a sports category on to use on this book. However, my husband and I have gotten in to a few select sports anime lately (Haikyuu!! and Yowamushi Pedal, mostly) so I picked up the manga to give it a try. It was good, although I think I enjoyed the show a bit more. I may continue reading the manga, or I may not.

    20. Ms. Reader on said:

      I received this book from First Reads in exchange for an honest reviewThis book was fun, exciting, humorous, and very well written and drawn out. I enjoyed it a lot, which says a lot considering I'm not a fan of these type of books.

    21. Danica on said:

      "whether you stop or move forward, it's your decision to make. that's what cyclin's all about." - Naruko | who said manga was just for fun and entertainment? I learn a lot about bicycling just by reading yowapeda volume 1. This is really one of my most fun and best reads this year. :)

    22. Kachi on said:

      I wish the art were a little better, but still a fun sports story! (I only got about 30-someodd episodes into the anime before giving up, I just stopped caring… But we'll see how far I go with the manga!)

    23. Jennifer on said:

      way more fun than I thought it would be. The characters are fun and the plot moves along at a nice speed.3 1/2 stars

    24. alicat on said:

      Trust me, I did not expect to love this going into it. I mean it's a manga about bikes. But you know what those sports series do to me

    25. ChristaSeeley on said:

      I could see this being really appealing to people who are interested in cycling but it just wasn't for me.

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